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ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS – APRIL 12 & 13 2018
Entrance examination 1rst session : Thursday April 12 2018 from 9:00 am, and Friday April 13 2018 upon appointment. The registration files are to be submitted: before Thursday March 29 2018 (date as per postmark) More details + application form download 1rst session of examinations for the integration into ongoing studies : Thursday April 12 2018 The registrations files are to be submitted : Dépôt des candidatures pour la 1e session: before Thursday March 29 2018 (date as per postmark) More details + application form download
CINEMA – 2nd year - 05/2018
PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE
TEATRO DUE / PARMA / ITALY INVITED ARTIST Paola Donati (director of the Teatro Due) AIMS : To write, cut, make, edit and project a footage. METHOD : Film analysis, discussions, writing, staging, shooting, editing and postproduction. CONTENT : From multiple more or less truthful cinema adaptations of Gaston Leroux’s novel « The Phantom of the Opera » (Rupert Julian, Terence Fisher, Brian de Palma, Dario Argento) and from many other movies that explore the fantasy of the stage from its backstage, machinery and rehearsals (Ingmar Bergman, Jacques Rivette, Alejandro Gonzalez Iñiárritu), the students will be invited to conceive and shoot the sequence of a movie. Phase 1 (3 day studio, at the Pavillon Bosio) : writing a synopsis, a treatment, a preliminary shooting script, a continuity, a pre-cut ; a break-down ; and elaborating a work schedule. Phase 2 (5 day workshop at the Teatro Due in Parma, Italy) : location scouting ; rehearsals ; technical cut-out ; shooting. Phase 3 (2 day studio at the Pavillon Bosio) : editing ; post-production.
SCENOGRAPHY FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE ARC – 05/2018
IMPRÉVUS 2018 : DIGITAL BODY 1
AIMS Within the framework of the Imprévus, the students are to prepare a show that gathers dancers, performers and interactive devices in a same space. METHOD The research led by the students from the Pavillon Bosio, the students from the Creation and management of Digital Picture department of the Aix-Marseille University, along with certain students from Maastricht will be applied within practical workshops. The students will also collaborate with the choreographer-dancers from the Ballets de Monte-Carlo Dance company. CONTENT The elaborated projects and the interactive principles developed and tested during workshops at the Princesse Grace theater will give its shape to each show project. It encompasses an artistic and technical collaboration with the choreographers, the students from the Aix-Marseille University and the stage professionals, in the perspective of a public presentation during the Imprévus shows of 2018. All the techniques specific to live performance will be broached (machinery, lights, sound, costumes…) whether in solo or within groups.
FJB On The Rock
Celebration of François-Joseph Bosio’s 250th birthday
On the occasion of the 250th birthday of François-Joseph Bosio, the 2nd year students have lead a reflection upon the sculptor’s work. A dialog was set between this self-taught artist, who is among the most gifted representatives of the neo-classical aesthetic, and the young creators of art school. The stagings that were invented for this homage have integrated the etchings and paintings of one of his peer, Jean-François Bosio, brother of the artist. By diving into the question of the body’s posture, costumes and props, the photographs, made in the Théâtre Princesse Grace, not only emphasize the visual impact of an 18th century work, but also shift it within a contemporary artistic context. The pictures will be visible from April 20 2018, during a photographic walk along the Avenue Saint-Martin in Monaco. Special thanks to : Direction des Affaires Culturelles, Théâtre Princesse Grace, Nouveau Musée National de Monaco.
CEARMICS ARC – 03/2018
Ceramic Architectures, from Structure to Ornamentation Phase 3
Rita Gt (artiste) TEACHERS Laurent P. Berger et les professeurs du réseau : Caroline Andrin, Frédéric Bau et, Magdalena Gerber, Delphine Gigoux-Martin, Nadège Mouyssinat, Rosa Venâncio ASSISTANT Jeffrey Haines AIMS The students are to conceive and elaborate a collective large-format work. They will acquire the knowledge of tools for ceramics belonging to the fields of engineering, industry and architecture. They are to develop and achieve a project through exchanges and elaborations with the students and teachers from the partner schools of the Ecart network. METHOD In continuation of phase 1 (meetings organised in the Villa Arson/Nice) and 2, immersion within the ceramics workshops, visit of the sample and prototype production sites. Two workshops in Portugal gathering the students and teachers of the Ecart network within the Escuola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão (ESTG) in Viana do Castelo. Phase 3 : common elaboration of the projects and making of the pieces in the manufactures in Viana do Castelo. Phase 4 : surfacing and finishing of the pieces. CONTENT Recherche et exploration des questions communes à l’architecture et à la céramique. Proposer des inventions et des écritures collectives, par des expérimentations, et le déploiement de projets communs. The experimentations and the unfolding of common projects lead to the propositions of collective inventions and writings.