Theatre Technical Arts
Specialties: prop and stage designer, lighting designer, stage manager, performing arts multimedia specialist.
The curriculum involves the larger part of the trades involved in visual creation, in the technological as well as in the artistic sense. As the main focus is on technology beginning with glue and paint and ending with the lighting and video, artistic subjects related to theatre occupy an important part of the curriculum. Artistic collaboration with dance and theatre arts students as well as professional artists is promoted. During the course of studies there are continual practice sessions at Estonian professional theatres and performance institutions.
Upon successful completion of the curriculum the students
1) have broad-based structured knowledge of art and theory of art in the functioning of the whole field of interdisciplinary performing arts;
2) have the required knowledge and skills to independently manage and develop entrepreneurship in creative industries;
3) have the required knowledge and skills for professional job in creative teams of performing arts as a light designer, light technician, prop maker- decorator, artist-decorator, performing arts multimedia specialist, head of the production or project manager;
4) set their sights on lifelong training and development.