Today’s world needs creativity more than ever! Drama provides you with the ability to communicate effectively, think critically, and pursue creative analysis. This subject activity strand of the Exeter Scholars programme will enable you to engage imaginatively with the social and cultural contexts of contemporary theatre.
5 x 5 hour sessions, to be held on weekdays between January and April, both in and out of term time.
|Session 1||Wednesday||16th January 2019||13:00–18:00||Streatham Campus|
|Session 2||Wednesday||30th January 2019||13:00–18:00||Streatham Campus|
|Session 3||Wednesday||13th February 2019||13:00–18:00||Streatham Campus|
|Session 4||Wednesday||27th March 2019||13:00–18:00||Streatham Campus|
|Session 5||Wednesday||3rd April 2019||13:00–18:00||Streatham Campus|
All subject activity sessions will take place on the University of Exeter Streatham campus.
Meeting point: Thornlea building reception, Streatham campus
Subject Activity Strand Content
Devised Performance: Body, Voice and Imagination
Using the body, voice and imagination as a starting point for unlimited creative potential, this workshop will provide participants with a sustained creative experience, through a series of devising games and collaborative tasks. We will explore visual storytelling techniques, ensemble work and improvisation, space dynamics, object work, voice, and original sound-scapes. The sessions will be rigorous but fun! The workshop will hopefully provide participants with a positive taster experience of a practical Drama module, as well as the skills and knowledge to embark on their own devised projects for the future. There will be a short sharing of performance work at the end of the residency.
No prior experience in Drama required!
This subject activity strand has contributions from the following degree programmes:
- BA Drama
In the event of this subject strand being oversubscribed, priority for places will be given to students studying Drama or Performing Arts.
A minimum of 4 out of the 5 subject activity sessions must be attended, in addition to the Exeter Scholars Student Conference.