1992-1993 Education Catalogue by UCI - University of California Irvine

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118 uci 1992-93 • school of fine arts 197 independent study 1 to 4 f w s individual independent projects in experimental laboratory library field performance under instructor s direction students can receive conceptual creative and theoretical instruction in the successful completion of a written report or performance prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit 199 senior thesis 4-4-4 f w s directed research for senior dance majors focusing on dance history research consists of a substantial essay on dance history a reconstructed performance may be required pass/not pass only graduate note some courses are not offered every year please check with the department advisor 200 graduate dance kinesiology 4 f a physical analysis of movement based upon human anatomy bones and musculature are examined introduction of movement concepts analysis of dance technique and resultant muscle imbalances are explored as they relate to anatomy and the dancer prerequisite graduate standing 201 seminar in kinesiology for dance 4 f brief introduction to biomechanics physiology of exercise and equipment movement principles and their application to dance techniques prerequisite dance 290 202 seminar in dance medicine 1 to 4 survey of dance medicine literature and research discussion of current developments in the field prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit 203 seminar in theories of dance 4 directed research projects prerequisite consent of instructor formerly dance 281 210 graduate studio ethnic dance 2 f w s principles techniques and styles of selected genres of ethnic dance such as those of mexico spain japan or other cultures prerequisite consent of instructor may be taken for credit six times 221a-b graduate music for dancers 4-4 f w detailed analysis of the various relationships between music and dance structural harmonic and orchestrational analysis developing kinesthetic rhythmic acuity enriching musical communicative skills 222 musical resources 4 f detailed study of music as it relates to dance a historical overview of musical form style and other elements analysis of various affinities between music and dance practical applications prerequisites dance 21a-b 225 seminar in the teaching of dance techniques 4-4 principles and theories of teaching dance techniques supervised presentation and teaching of technique class formerly dance 211 226 administration and management dance 4 introduction to practice and theory of administration of dance companies dance departments and dance schools formerly dance 212 231a-b-c graduate studio ballet 2-2-2 f w s advanced ballet pointe work and performance style principles of the classical tradition developed from noverre petipa and cecchetti by audition only may be repeated for credit 241a-b-c graduate studio modern 2-2-2 f w s advanced modem dance principles of modem tradition developed from graham humphrey and wigman incorporating the personal view of the instructor by audition only may be repeated for credit 251a-b-c graduate studio jazz 2-2-2 f w s principles of jazz dance and contemporary forms incorporating the personal views of the instructor by audition only may be repeated for credit 252a-b-c graduate studio tap 2-2-2 f w s an overview of tap concentrating on the development of various technique forms using basic and intermediate prin7iples may be taken for credit four times 260a-b-c graduate lectures in choreography 4 f w s review of basic principles of composition based on noverre horst and humphrey overview of new trends and methods major emphasis is on the creation of several works based on movement studies may be repeated for credit formerly dance 261 261a-b-c graduate seminar in choreography 4-4-4 f w s graduate work in dance composition emphasizing the individual aesthetic assign ments in movement discovery solo and group forms with the main emphasis on independent work may be repeated for credit 264 video choreography 4 directed choreographic projects for the video camera video techniques which create the hybrid art form called video dance production of an individual video choreography project prerequisites dance 164a-b-c 265 theatre choreography 4 f w s focus is on the choreographer s role in musical and dramatic theatre examines the conceptualization of dramatic intent as well as character delineation and development through choreographic movement and design course study will draw from literature of musical and dramatic theatre prerequisite consent of instructor may be taken for credit three times 280 graduate dance notation 4 theories of elementary labanotation related to motif and structural dance movement analysis and dance reconstruction from notated dance scores provides practical experience in reading and writing laban dance notation 282 seminar in movement analysis 4 w s theories of movement analysis and nonverbal communication applied to dance prerequisite dance 280 or equivalent 283 philosophy aesthetics and criticism 4 discussion of aesthetics and philosophy as they specifically apply to dance advanced critical skills are presented written critiques of concerts and performances are required prerequisite dance 284 may be taken for credit twice formerly dance 291 284 bibliography and research 4 f survey of dance literature research styles for writing in dance publications may be repeated for credit formerly dance 290 285 graduate projects 4 projects may be educational choreographic scientific historical or philosophical in scope and must have faculty advisor approval may be taken for credit six times formerly dance 240 286 thesis 4 substantial research in a topic approved by the student s graduate committee results of the research must be written in approved thesis style prerequisite consent of department may be taken for credit six times formerly dance 260 287 graduate lectures in dance 1 to 4 a series of lectures and discussions of announced topics in dance content may be from history ethnology notation medicine music or other areas in the field prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit as topics change formerly dance 295 290 graduate history of dance 4 f w s survey of selected period of western dance history prehistory through the middle ages the renaissance through the mid-nineteenth century or 1850 through the twentieth century may be taken for credit three times as topic changes prerequisite consent of instructor 292 choreographic resources 4 a core course of studies centered on the investigation of choreographic resources in art drama literature and poetry from the classical into the contemporary traditions students must satisfy choreographic assignments drawn from drama opera and other theatrical sources may be repeated for credit 293 dance and related arts 4 a core course of study on the natures of the performing arts with particular relevance to the relationship between dance and its sister arts may be repeated for credit 294 period and style studio workshop 4 advanced studies in the theory history style and technique of one of the following periods of western dance medieval renaissance baroque or nineteenth-century may be repeated for credit 295 graduate colloquium in dance 1 f w s weekly reports and colloquia by faculty students and visiting artists on current research in dance may be repeated for credit 296 proseminar in dance history 4 discussion seminar with emphasis on reading and thinking about problems in dance history presentation of oral and written reports topics vary prerequisite dance 290 may be repeated for credit 297 directed reading 1 to 4 topic to be approved by instructor paper required prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit 399 university teaching 1 to 4 limited to teaching assistants prerequisite consent of instructor may be repeated for credit uc irvine 1992-1993