Do you dream of entering the world of culture and the arts? Are you eager to uncover the secrets of theatrical production and the promotion of performative events? Whether you have artistic ambitions or are interested in the behind-the-scenes of culture, enroll in the package of courses "School of Performing Arts: How to Write Theatrical Texts, Create Artistic Projects, and Animate Culture." Explore the fascinating process of creating theater, from crafting scripts and choreography to managing lighting and sound on stage. Through our training, you will gain a solid understanding of the roles of the individuals who create, execute, and promote stage performances. You will practice building dramaturgy and movement improvisation. You will learn to communicate about art to lay audiences, organize theater festivals and artistic events, secure partners, promote culture in the media, and implement effective marketing strategies. This educational path is offered by the Laboratory of New Theatrical Practices at SWPS University in collaboration with the New Theatre in Warsaw.

Objectives of the Educational Path:
You will learn how to promote culture and comprehensively manage a theater: write scripts, develop choreography, select audio-visual effects, create artistic programs, plan budgets and schedules, shape the image of institutions and creators, promote performances and festivals, build relationships with audiences, and conduct theatrical education.

Final Documents:
Certificate of completion of the "School of Performing Arts: How to Write Theatrical Texts, Create Artistic Projects, and Animate Culture" path.

Modules included in the path:

  • Pedagogy and Anti-Pedagogy in Performative Arts (How to provide real knowledge about the world, culture, society, and human beings through art?)
  • Production and Creativity in Culture and Art (How to create performative events effectively and manage culture and cultural institutions.)
  • Choreography and Improvisation. Contemporary Dance. Performance. Theater (Methods of using the body and movement in contemporary culture and art.)
  • Dramaturgy (The role and functions of a dramaturgist in cultural institutions and performative arts.)"


Dr Paweł Sztarbowski, Agnieszka Jakimiak, Katarzyna Kalwat, Dr. hab Piotr Gruszczyński, Michał Buszewicz, Michał Borczuch, Marcin Cecko, prof. dr. hab Krystyna Duniec, Dorota Kowalkowska, Wojciech Ziemilski, Dorota Ogrodzka, Anna Rochowska, Jakub Drzastwa, Aleksandra Wasilkowska, Marta Ziółek, Jaśmina Polak, Dominik Strycharski, Krzysztof Garbaczewski, Weronika Pełczyńska, Agata Siwiak, Olga Drygas, Ewa Chomicka


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