June 29, 2011

Theatre and Film Courses for Everyone
For theatre students and those of other programs.

For details on the following, check THEATRE COURSES in the current Calendar
and refer to the updated THEATRE TIMETABLE for scheduling.
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Featured Courses
H = Meets the Humanities Requirement

  • 1001/6 INTRO TO THEATRE: Performance
  • 1002/6 INTRO TO THEATRE: General H
  • 1010/6 INTRO TO FILM H
  • 2201/3 PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN (Fall) H
  • 2406/6 HISTORY OF FASHION AND DRESS H
  • 2410/6 HISTORY OF FILM H
  • 2601/3 INTRO TO COSTUMING (Fall)
  • 2602/3 LIGHTING (Winter)
  • 2603/3 MAKE-UP: THEORY/PRACTICE (Fall)
  • 2610/3 SCRIPT & SCREEN (Fall) H
  • 2801/6 THEATRICAL PRODUCTION I *
  • 2803/3 LIGHT & SOUND IN PRODUCTION * (Fall)
  • 2804/3 INTRO TO ARTS & CULTURAL MANAGEMENT (Fall)
  • 2805/3 CANADIAN CULTURAL POLICY & LEADERSHIP (Winter)

      * (recommended corequisite 1001 or 1002)

  • 3202/3 DRAFTING & DRAWING (Winter)
  • 3402/3 CANADIAN DRAMA (Winter) H
  • 3502/6 DRAMA IN EDUCATION H
  • 3802/3 STAGE MANAGEMENT (Fall)


FEATURED COURSES

Title Can Cult'l Policy & Leadership
Course Section Number THFM-2805-050

Description: This course covers the history and current state of governmental policy towards the arts in Canada and includes analysis of institutions such as the Canada Council for the Arts, the CBC, the National Film Board, and the CRTC. There is also discussion of provincial and municipal cultural policies. The goals of the course are to convey information essential to the successful management of cultural organizations and to enable participants to develop critical thinking around the role and value of policy, the nature and exercise of leadership, and the relationship between them. This course can be used towards the Humanities Requirement.

Pre-Requisite: NONE

Credits 3.0

Start Date: 12 January 2010, End Date: 02 March 2010
Tuesdays, 6 - 9:00pm

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FEATURED COURSE

Title History of Fashion & Dress
Course Section Number THFM-2406-050

Description THFM-2406(6) The History of Fashion and Dress (Le3) This course introduces the study of fashion history. The course first discusses what dress is, how it is studied, and why it is studied, and then provides a chronological survey of dress from ancient cultures to the 21st century. The emphasis is on western European dress. Interspersed within the chronology are selected topics pertaining to fashion146s link to social history and material culture. The course is intended as background for students of theatrical design, but may be taken as an elective by anyone interested in the field. This course can be used towards the Humanities requirement. RESTRICTION: Students may not receive credit for both this course and THFM-2406/3.

Detailed Course Outline

Pre-Requisite: NONE

Credits 6.00

Start Date 08 September 2010 End Date 21 April 2011
Thursdays, 6-9:00 pm, Room 3M60

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