Programme code

6121PX022

Qalification degree

Bachelor of Arts

Level of qualification

University studies, First cycle, undergraduate (Bachelor)

Mode of study

Full-time, 4 years, 240 credits

Aim

To develop the talents (scenographers) of the young generation who are able to productively integrate into cultural, intellectual life, create intellectual and artistic values, popularize them, develop full-fledged and competitive people in the labour market (primarily in the creative field), at the same time raise cultural prestige and contribute to public welfare development.

Profile of study programme

Graduates of Scenography get university knowledge of Lithuanian theatre, theatre art (scenography), music, literature and dramaturgy history and contemporary development. They are will be able to systematize, analyze, interpret them and use terms correctly. Students will perceive performance as a result of interdisciplinary team work (that of a stage director, actors, scenographer, technical personnel, etc.). They will acquire theoretical knowledge and skills of scenography. They will get acquainted with main resources and will be able to collect iconographic, textual material, analyze it and apply it in creating scenography. Graduates will know and be able to apply historical and contemporary theatrical techniques and technologies (stage equipment, light design, making stage set decoration), materials and their possible uses when creating scenography. Graduates will gain knowledge of puppet theatre history, techniques and technologies, scenography, they will be able to apply them in practice (puppet theatre scenography, lighting specificity, puppet constuction and production). They will be able to independently create scenographic concept of a particular opus, present it in writing, verbally, visually (sketches, models) and prepare technical blueprints of sets, costume constructions, to produce them, prepare lighting suggestions, etc. Graduates will be able to discuss issues of scenography, theatre art, and ground their creative ideas.

Occupational profiles of graduates

Graduates of the first study cycle are able to: work according to the studied speciality of scenography; engage in a private practice of an artist (e.g. as a painter, drawer, designer, etc.); work in the areas that require information management, communication, etc. skills; study in the second cycle of studies in fields of scenography or other kinds of art or art history.

Study programme coordinator and study organization department

Assoc. Prof. Giedrė Brazytė
Department of Site-Specific Art and Scenography

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