TH4901: Project Exploration & Development

1 Credit

TH 4901 is the prerequisite course for the Senior Capstone Project required for graduation by the College of Liberal Arts. Students will propose, refine, and plan their Capstone project through a structured feedback process and in close dialogue with an assigned faculty mentor. Projects may be connected to creative collaborative production as long as they go above and beyond basic requirements for participation. Projects may take of the form of, but are not limited to: a research paper, an internship with an arts organization, creation of an original work – play, dance, lighting, set design, sound score, etc., advanced technical position on a production, grant writing, portfolio development and presentation, educational curriculum development, film, and/or software projects. A faculty adviser will serve as a resource in the proposal development stage, advise on the progress of the research and planning and evaluate its effectiveness and quality. Ideally this course will serve as the planning phase for the “Capstone” college experience, bringing together several years of coursework and productions in theatre arts and dance in order to prepare you for life and work after departing the University of Minnesota

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