Theatre Faculty of the Janáček Academy of music and performing arts in Brno, Czech Republic
The Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts was established in 1947. The school consists of two faculties – the Faculty of Music and the Faculty of Theatre. The original programmes of study in dramatic theatre and directing have been supplemented by Stage Design, Theatre Dramaturgy, Musical Theatre, drama in education, Audiovisual Production, Theatre Management, Clown Stage and Film Production, Stage Technology, Drama Education for the Deaf and Radio and TV script editing and scriptwriting. A large number of talented students also develop their skills and perform publicly in the Marta Studio and Orlí Street Theatre.
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University of Art, Faculty of Cinema and Theatre, Iran
The University of Arts is a major centre for art education in Iran with an international reputation. This university has been a pioneer in teaching so many art major’s in Iran and Middle East. University of Arts has five faculties. Currently there are 3950 full time students, 135 full time faculty members, and 330 part time professors in this university; with 21 students studying for the bachelor's degree, 29 majors in the master's degree, and 5 majors in PhD. At the moment the dean of university is Dr. Gholamreza Akrami, and the head of cinema and theatre faculty is Dr.Esmaeil Shafiee. University of Arts holds several events each year. Among them is International Silent Film Festival, International Festival of Research & Innovation on Urban Management, and others.
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Theatre Academy of Rome Sofia Amendolea, Italy
ACCADEMIA TEATRALE DI ROMA “Sofia Amendolea” was born of the international projects ROMATEATROFESTIVAL (International Festival of Theatre Formation – with the High Patronage of U.N.E.S.C.O. and the Silver Medal of the President of Italian Republic). The main purpose is to educate European students, for this reason the Academia fills its didactics with international activities, performances and workshops while promoting international student and teacher exchanges.
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Yoram Loewenstein Acting School, Israel
The school was founded in 1988. Among the graduates of the school:
Ayelet Zorer (who played in the movie “Angels & Demons” with Tom Hanks, Munich directed by Steven Spielberg, Superman and many others), Ali Saliman (who played in the movie "Paradise now" that was nominated for the Oscar) and many others who are playing lead roles in theatre movies and TV in Israel.
The school is located in the most neglected neighbourhood in Tel- Aviv.
The uniqueness of the school is in the combination between the highest level of professional acting studies and community work in the neighbourhood where the school is located. Few such institutions exist around the world. As part of the training to become professional actors, the acting students are committed to lead 16 drama groups within the community such as: youth at-risk, immigrant's children in distress, children with special needs senior and many more.
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University of Antioquia, Colombia
The Faculty of Arts of the University of Antioquia has been consolidated beyond time, as one of the most important centre of study, extension, conservation and diffusion of the disciplines of the arts, such as: Music, Performing Arts and Visual Arts.
The Faculty of Arts of the University of Antioquia is an academic unit dedicated to the study, research, production, conservation and dissemination of disciplines.
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Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts, Republic of Moldova
The Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts is the successor of the Chisinau State Conservatoire founded in 1940 and musical education institutions who have worked in Chisinau since 1919, when, at the initiative of G.Enescu the “Unirea" Conservatory was founded. During its history, the institution has changed its name and structure several time.
The Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts from the Republic of Moldova has four faculties: Instrumental Art, Composition and Musicology; Vocal Art and Musical Pedagogy; Theatre, Film and Dance and Fine Arts, thus covering all areas of artistic education. There are also graduate and postgraduate studies. The Faculty of Theatre, Film and Dance started its activity in the second half of the 1950s when, within the G. Muzicescu State Conservatory the training of future actors was initiated.
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PWST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow
The Ludwik Solski State Drama School in Krakow (PWST) was formed in 1946 by Juliusz Osterwa after the merger of the three existing drama schools in Krakow: The Actor's Studio at the Stary Teatr, the Actor's Studio at the Teatr im. J. Słowackiego and Iwo Gall's Drama Studio.
At present the School runs one season of master studies leading to a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Acting Department, the Drama Directing Department, the Puppetry Department and the Department of Dance Theatre. PWST is an academic public school and it has the authority to issue the following academic degrees: Doctorate, Associate Professor and Professor of Theatre Arts. Direct supervision of the school falls to The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Departments in Krakow
The Acting Department: specialisation in dramatic acting and vocal and acting specialisation
The Drama Directing Department: specialisation in directing for theatre and specialisation in dramaturgy.
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The Polish National Film Television and Theatre School in Lodz, Poland
The Film School in Lodz, one of the oldest film schools in the world, puts special emphasis on practical work in its teaching programme. The school educates students in film art, television, photography and acting. The students acquire knowledge preparing them to work as directors, directors of photography, animators, photographers, screenwriters, editors, production managers and actors. Studies are comprised of practical workshop classes accompanied by history, culture and art theory contributing to a thorough artistic development.
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Royal School of Dramatic Art, Spain
RESAD stands for Royal Drama Academy in Madrid, the most important theatre Academy in Spain, along with the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona.
Since its creation in 1831, the institution has had many different locations until 1998, when the new headquarters building was completed, offering a series of Open Spaces where the improvement of the teaching techniques now takes place.
For almost two centuries, the Academy has increased its skills, and different subjects have been released and improved.
Nowadays, Theatre Direction, Dramaturgy, Set Design along with three more degrees in Acting are taught in the RESAD: Text, Gesture and Musicals.
The teaching staff consists of 68 professionals and the budget of the centre is one of the highest in the country.
Here is the main goal of the Academy: artistic and professional education for the students, averaging 25 years of age, as well as the search for their first job position.
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Theatre Academy Dimitri, Switzerland
The school was founded in 1975 by the Swiss clown Dimitri and Czech actor and pedagogue Richard Weber. Today it is a part of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) and operates as an international institution. In 2005 it was officially accredited by the local government as a university of physical theatre. It is located in the small town of Verscio and is the only school in Switzerland which provides motion and physical theatre studies, allowing its students to experience every aspect of the art. The school offers a Bachelor and a Master in Physical Theatre, a Master in Artistic research, Advanced studies as well as courses for non professionals. It has a very active Research department and students as well as teachers, who are involved in various research projects.
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The Academy of Dramatic Art, Croatia
The Academy of Dramatic Art (University of Zagreb) with its seven Departments -Acting, Theatre Directing, Dramaturgy, Cinematography, Film and TV Directing, Editing, Producing and Dance - offers university education in arts through acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge that is prerequisite for the development of a creative individual. Our study programmes are designed in accordance with the most recent art trends, technological environment, and research art practices, and take into account art production as one of the relevant factors of social development.
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Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia
The Academy of Performing Arts is the oldest and the most renowned art institution in Slovakia. Professionals in the theatre, dance, music and film field do their graduate programmes here. The Theatre Faculty is one of the three faculties and has been recognized by artists, even abroad, ever since the academy's founding in 1949. Students participate in many projects that develop their imagination and creativity and they are permanently involved into the theatre practice during their training through which they may enrich their skills. As for cooperation with other schools, the faculty hosts the bi-annual international festival Istropolitana Project which takes places at the Academy every second year.
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Max Reinhardt Seminar, Vienna
Max Reinhardt Seminar has a long lasting history of educating both actors and directors. The education is based on the combination of the two departments: Acting and Directing. Students are working closely together in every course and project of the school.
This particular project is the result of a third year student of directing, who created a project with four students of acting, one composer and a dancer. The project was supervised by our professors of directing only after the topic and form of the production were chosen by the student.
If needed, further information about the school can be sent to your department.
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Academy of Performing Arts in Prague – Theatre Faculty, Czech Republic
The Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague has been training young theatre actors since 1946. The backbone of the academy is nowadays comprised of the Departments of Dramatic Theatre and the Alternative and Puppet Theatre. Apart from these traditional subjects, the school also offers relatively new specialisations, such as theatre in unconventional environments (i.e. site-specific). Our actors, directors, stage designers, dramaturges as well as theatre theorists, critics, teachers, producers and other graduates easily find engagement not only in leading Czech theatres, but also at alternative scenes and other institutions. The academy’s theatre studio DISK is a popular scene for both faculty members and the Prague public.
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