Oral storytelling as an art form is a growing field in the contemporary performing art scene. This course places emphasis on the student’s academic and artistic ability to reflect, discuss and perform oral storytelling in line with socially relevant challenges.
The students need to have BA to attend the course and two years of documented storytelling practice.
How to apply
You apply via Søknadsweb (fsweb.no), where you fill in your details and upload all the required documents.
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Application deadline: Continuous admission Autumn 2021
The course covers two main areas: oral storytelling as performative artform, artistic research and theory.
Oral storytelling as performative - and verbal artform
- storytelling practice
- advanced explorative training
- organisation and management of process and production
Artistic research and Theory
- artistic research methodology
- performance theory
Oral storytelling as artistic research provides further education for experienced oral storytellers. The course aims to develop the students’ own artistic expertise and discuss, reflect and explore the possibilities for using oral storytelling as a performative artform in different contexts. In the course, the students will work on their own artistic project leading to a performance.
How the programme is taught
The first part of the course will be organized as online tutoring and teaching with online material, individual and in groups. One week of the course is organized as workshops and seminars at campus. I addition will the exam/the performances be arranged at OsloMet.
Questions about this course?
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