Per\ue002ormance & Media
To nurture creative people capable o\ue002 contributing
to the development o\ue002 original, relevant and socially
resonant work o\ue002 good quality \ue002or their societies.
It covers all basic aspects o\ue002 theatre and \ue000lmmaking, which is taught using pro\ue002essional video cameras and editing equipment. Classes include acting, directing, scriptwriting, design, theatre and video production, and history and theory. The programme is structured to ensure a steady development o\ue002 skills and knowledge over 2 \u00bd years o\ue002 studies, with a good balance being kept between hands-on and academic experience.
Since the programme is designed to give a solid grounding in both \ue000elds, it is ideal \ue002or people who are interested in both \ue000lmmaking and theatre, as well as those with a pre\ue002erence \ue002or only one \ue000eld. The exposure to essential skills and knowledge in two inter-related \ue000elds gives students a pro\ue002essional edge and increases their \ue002uture options \ue002or work and higher education.
The programme is taught by an excellent team o\ue002 lecturers comprising established and noted \ue000lmmakers, theatre practitioners and research-active academics. As practising artists, they provide invaluable networking \ue002or students besides imparting up-to-date skills and knowledge. Under their guidance students learn to work across disciplines.
On completion o\ue002 their studies, which include internship attachment, students can choose to work in the creative industries or go \ue002or higher education. Those who wish to \ue002urther their studies in theatre, \ue000lm or a related \ue000eld can apply to a university o\ue002 their choice locally or abroad, or make use o\ue002 the credit trans\ue002er arrangements with three reputable universities in Australia and Canada.
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