MMus Experimental Performance

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25 May 2019

Scholarships available

Designed for emerging arts practitioners, MMus Experimental Performance provides you with a unique opportunity to undertake independent artistic projects in a fully supportive environment. Whether you are a composer, dancer, visual artist, instrumentalist, theatre-maker, choreographer, actor or something in-between, this new practice-based course could be for you.

This course doesn’t ask you to justify yourself against the background of tradition, but gives you agency. People from every discipline are treated equally, with emphasis placed on rigorous conceptual thought and idea-development. You will contribute to a collaborative, discursive and interdisciplinary working environment, and will be equipped with the skills you need to engage successfully with diverse contemporary creative practice. 

The course is located in the newly-built £57 million Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in the Eastside ‘learning quarter’ of the city. This houses the experimental black box performance venue known as The Lab, for which MMus Experimental Performance students have priority access.

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