1) Definition of performing arts.
2) Drama as it relates to the performing arts.
3) The functions of drama in societies.
4) History of Performance art
|Learning Outcomes||Program Learning Outcomes||Teaching Methods||Assessment Methods|
|1) Provide knowledge of performance arts in a historical order as well as focusing on specific cases.||1,2,3,4||1, 2, 3, 4||A, B, C|
|2) Demonstrate aesthetic valuing through analysis and judgement about works of performance art.||, , ,||, , ,||, ,|
|3) Identify and understand historical, multicultural and social contexts for an artifact as they pertain to significant periods, styles and genres.||, , ,||, , ,||, ,|
|4) Interpret a variety of performance, recognizing and evaluating historical and contemporary works and identifying possible meanings.||, , ,||, , ,||, ,|
|1||Introduction to the class and going over the syllabus|
|2||Basic concepts of performance art and introduction to the history of Performance Art|
New approaches in 19. Century:
Emerging importance of stage director:
|5||Meyerhold and Biomechanics|
|6||Max Reinhardt and his approach to stage arts|
Historical avant-garde in performance art I:
Futurism (Italian and Russian)
Historical avant-garde in performance art II:
Expressionism and French artists
Historical avant-garde in performance art III:
|11||Bauhaus Art school and Triadic ballet|
Political Theatre I:
- E. Piscator and Agit Prop performances
- B. Brecht and Epic theatre
|14||Performance Art, its first examples and historical background.|
1. Performance Art, Rose Lee Goldberg, New York: Times Mirror Books, 1979.
2. Dünden Bugüne Tiyatro Düşüncesi, Sevda Şener. Istanbul: Adam Yayınları, 1982 (İlk basım).
3. Yirminci Yüzyılda Öncü Tiyatro, Ayşın Candan. İstanbul: Yapı Kredi Yayınları, 1994. (Bu kitabın yeni ve genişletilmiş bir baskısı: Öncü Tiyatro ve Dijital Çağda Gösterim, İstanbul: Bilgi Üniversitesi Yayınları, (genişletilmiş ikinci baskı) 2013.
4. Performance Studies, Richard Schechner, New York: Routledge, 2013.
|Presentations and assignments||2||20|
|CONTRIBUTION OF FINAL EXAMINATION TO OVERALL GRADE||50|
|CONTRIBUTION OF IN-TERM STUDIES TO OVERALL GRADE||50|
|COURSE CATEGORY||Expertise/Field Courses|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
|1||To have interdisciplinary viewpoint in fields of Art management and art, have knowledge of concept and terms.||x|
|2||Movement, artists, their style, used materials; have knowledge about the subject and technical characteristics.||x|
|3||Have knowledge about players of culture sector.||x|
|4||Defines and executes the relation between art, work of art, artist, audience, critic and collector.||x|
|5||Have basic knowledge of business administration and relate with art management.||x|
|6||Is aware of team work and play an active role in Art Institutions regarding art management, curator/curatorship, and other organizational topics.||x|
|7||Have knowledge about the employee in art institutions (the ones who are employed in gallery, museum, art institutions and festival organizations) regarding their tasks and problems and issues they may face. As a manager have a key role about relations between them.||x|
|8||Follows up work of arts produced and displayed in local and international platforms. Is open to new ideas and may apply these to its own field and projects.||x|
|9||Recognizes basic issues regarding his/her field and have knowledge about current solutions required in order to solve them.||x|
|10||Has the nature of generating new projects within the context of time and place. Receives tangible outcomes by performing collective planning and application.||x|
|11||Evaluates new evolutions and formations directed towards art producing and configures them in cultural and economic sense.||x|
|12||Have basic knowledge of presentation and public relations and uses this information.||x|
|13||Have knowledge about methodology, documentation and archiving.||x|
|14||Have knowledge about the shape, content and legal sanctions of written contract and agreements in the field of cultural industry.||x|
|15||Have knowledge about authors royalties, sales incomes, calculation methods of the budget and budget deficit.||x|
|Course Duration (Including the exam week: 14x Total course hours)||14||3||42|
|Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice)||14||6||84|
|Total Work Load||147|
|Total Work Load / 25 (h)||5,88|
|ECTS Credit of the Course||6|