The module will also study issues raised by the musical notations employed by composers since c. 1950 and by improvisers in different fields who have rejected Western musical notation as a tool. The module provides opportunity for composers to experiment and engage with different types of notation in a practical setting. All levels of Arts Award involve a degree of participation, reflection and gathering evidence appropriate to the level. Evidence can be provided by children and young people in a wide range of formats including written evidence and/or illustrations; blogs; social media; audio and visual recording; as well as Makaton, signs and symbols. We offer free resources to support evidencing Arts Award, and centres can develop their own methods.
You will then be able to discuss and expand on the issues raised and make connections with the policy areas studied in Cultural Policy and Practice (CP&P). These seminars also introduce you to a range of specialist practice that is only briefly covered in CP&P, such as reminiscence theatre or gallery education programmes. This dynamic, innovative, industry-facing course is designed for students whose ambition is to work in the music industry. The course will prepare you to be a versatile, resilient portfolio musician with a host of transferable skills.
Areas also to be discussed will include stochastic music, spectral composition, sound realism, microtonality, arborescences and complexity. The notion of ‘material’ in relation to orchestration and notation will be studied. The module is designed to develop further an understanding of instrumental usage. Consideration of both standard and extended playing techniques of individual instruments will be included, with particular reference to those instruments encountered less often. The MA introduces the key issues that concern the management of culture and in particular those within the performing arts. We’re here to stand for creative arts and design, for media and journalism, for music and performance and more.
Lunchtime Concerts Thursdays During Term Time At Lse
ELAM is a full-time Industry Academy for years olds interested in pursuing a career in Music, Film and Television Production andGames Design. Find out more about exhibitions, concerts and other arts activities taking place at LSE.
- Develop an expertise in a business relevant to your musical interest and discover opportunities for industry based internships and graduate placements.
- Small class sizes provide highly personalised levels of supervision and support.
- Top-ups BA – Our top-up degree programme has been designed for students who have successfully completed an HND or Foundation degree.
- During the MA I focused my dissertation on the cultural education agenda in place in England.
- We may make offers based on other evidence of talent and suitability for the course.
We nurture students to develop their own voice and practice and then connect them to the ever expanding opportunities in the world. We cannot guarantee a placement with any specific arts organisation, but we take you through a supportive process to gain a placement with an appropriate arts organisation. In this module you will have the opportunity to discuss with senior members of the cultural management profession how policies are reflected in their organisations. To deliver this module the programme works with some of our ‘Partners in Learning’. Although professional management practice is a major element of the programme, the ‘creative arts event’ is the starting point for all teaching.
Ma Arts Administration & Cultural Policy: Dissertation
This programme builds on London’s position as one of the most important musical centres in the world, with a diverse range of concert halls, theatres, cultural institutions and arts events that reflect its cosmopolitan and multicultural society. Specialist technicians in roles such as film, lighting and sound are in high demand. A number of performing arts graduates also progress on to teaching courses, MA study or work as independent dance artists.
Assessment through a placement report will concentrate on analysing and commenting on the ‘culture’ of management in the organisation framed by an understanding of theory organisational culture. Work placements while being tailored to student needs and that of the host organisations will be of roughly 3 months duration for 2-3 days a week. The second section of the module will provide an introduction to cultural policy models and cultural policies in other European countries, and the structures and priorities that govern arts support. It will look in particular at the situation in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Finland as well as the specific issues facing arts policymakers in Central and Eastern Europe. Reference will also be made to the role of the European Union in cultural policy development.