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Applied Music 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI36 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Boris Despot, DA

Description:
A study of fundamental elements of music. A survey of classical, popular and world music. The in-depth study of the aesthetic relationship between dramatic arts and music. Analysis of the most effective applications of music to dramatic situations. An introduction to music technology. The technical and aesthetic aspects of composing music for theatre, radio, and picture.

Learning outcomes:
This course will introduce students to different genres of music including a brief survey of the elements of music. The main goal of the cours is systematic and analytical introduction to the aesthetic relationship between dramatic arts and music.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Applied Music 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI37 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Boris Despot, DA

Description:
A study of fundamental elements of music. A survey of classical, popular and world music. The in-depth study of the aesthetic relationship between dramatic arts and music. Analysis of the most effective applications of music to dramatic situations. An introduction to music technology. The technical and aesthetic aspects of composing music for theatre, radio, and picture.

Learning outcomes:
This course will introduce students to different genres of music including a brief survey of the elements of music. The main goal of the cours is systematic and analytical introduction to the aesthetic relationship between dramatic arts and music.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Audio equipment and systems 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI32 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Kokotović

Description:
Gaining knowledge that is important in understanding the teaching of the main subjects in further education, development of a responsible and effective approach to audio recording and processing of audio signal.

Learning outcomes:
Gaining knowledge of the properties, criteria for evaluation, functional and technical concepts, principles of construction and operation of professional audio equipment and systems and standards and formats of professional audio equipment and systems.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Audio equipment and systems 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI33 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Nikola Kokotović

Description:
Gaining knowledge that is important in understanding the teaching of the main subjects in further education, development of a responsible and effective approach to audio recording and processing of audio signal.

Learning outcomes:
Gaining knowledge of the properties, criteria for evaluation, functional and technical concepts, principles of construction and operation of professional audio equipment and systems and standards and formats of professional audio equipment and systems.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Basics of sound editing 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI39 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Ognjen Popić

Description:
Integration of theoretical and practical approach to the design and editing of sound in the audio visual media, enable students to work on the dialogue editing; and to provide students with a complete insight into all aspects of sound design for film and TV.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completion of the course students are expected to be familiar with all editing processes of dialogue, to successfully design and carry out sound editing for simple AV dramatic form, and to be aware of the possibilities and limitations of different media.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Basics of sound editing 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI40 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Ognjen Popić

Description:
Integration of theoretical and practical approach to the design and editing of sound in the audio visual media, enable students to work on the dialogue editing; and to provide students with a complete insight into all aspects of sound design for film and TV.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completion of the course students are expected to be familiar with all editing processes of dialogue, to successfully design and carry out sound editing for simple AV dramatic form, and to be aware of the possibilities and limitations of different media.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Basics of Sound Recording

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI41 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Dragutin Ćirković

Description:
Basic acoustical phenomena in the propagation of sound in the exterior and the interior. The principle of operation and characteristics of the microphones, setting the microphone for proper recordings. Stereophonic sound, concept, basic principles. Measurement of the sound level in related occupations (editing, camera ...).

Learning outcomes:
To provide students with knowledge of the possibilities and limitations that exist when working with sound in A-V media and to realize a basic ways of recording and playing sound on different audio devices.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Business Communication

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Acting
Code: UDA77 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dr Marina Marković

Description:
The study of skills – professional, communicative, technical and others – is essential in modern education for many professions and vocations. The teaching methodology is interdisciplinary and resulting from linking different areas that enable transfer of knowledge from one area to another.
Content: Professional and communicational Skills: Verbal, Non-verbal. Interpretation Skills. Methods and Techniques of Presentation. Strategy of Appearance. Building up a personal style. Intercultural training. Professional ethics.


Learning outcomes:
Applying acquired knowledge and skills within the context of business communication. Ability to manage communication in public contexts, public institutions and media of mass communication. Managing presentations. Ability for team working. Developed personal style. Professional and ethical conduct.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Elementary Recording and Design of Sound for Radio

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI44 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Slobodan Stanković, DA

Description:
Goal of studies is to gain elementary theoretical knowledge of production process for recording and design of sound for radio programme and radio-drama.

Learning outcomes:
Students will be capable to apply theoretical knowledge in production for recording and design of sound for all kinds of radio programme and radio-drama.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Film production – Creative Film Production

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Film and Television Production
Code: UDF28 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Jelena Mitrović

Description:
Introducing students to specialized knowledge of a creative producer in the area of financing the film, from the idea until final festival and distribution strategy.

Learning outcomes:
Students learn about the latest developments in financing and packaging trends in film industry as well as the final placement of the film projects, through specific models of contemporary creative production and distribution of feature films.


Entry requirements: 60 ETCS in audio visual or similar studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Film productions – Stages in process of producing a film

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Film and Television Production
Code: UDF02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Milan Todorović

Description:
Introducing students to the basic tasks and problems during production of a feature length film. From finding a successful script to releasing a successful finished film, the study programme covers every step from development and financing to sales and distribution.

Learning outcomes:
The ability to consolidate all key methods for producing a feature film in various stages of production.


Entry requirements: 60 ECTS in audio visual or similar art studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Music production 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI23 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Dejan Pejović

Description:
MIDI – understanding the protocol. Recording and editing MIDI. Understanding sound synthesis and how synthesizers work. Using softsynths and softsamplers in modern music production - creating sounds using subtractive and FM synthesis and sampling.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this subject, students will be able to: setup MIDI in profesionall studio and make all necessary hardware and software MIDI connections. They will learn how to make music with virtual instruments and create new sounds using sound synthesis and sampling.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in music recording

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Music production 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI24 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Dejan Pejović

Description:
Hearing system. Equall loudness curves and ear fatigue. Purpose of mixing and different approaches. Setting up session and signal flow. Corrective and creative editing to improve musical performance . Finding reference music. Music and emotion. Signal processing – creative use. Mastering for internet and digital distribution.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this subject, students will be able to: explain the sonic characteristics of music using adequate terminology. Prepare recording tracks for mixing. Organize mix session and deliver the final mix. Prepare files for mastering process and also master their final mix and prepare it for digital distribution.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in music recording

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Music recording 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI21 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Dejan Pejović

Description:
Acoustics of home studio and the factors that affect the quality of sound reproduction. Studio monitors, placement and connections. DAW, analog and digital consoles. Different audio interfaces, powered plug-Ins platform and native plug-ins. Recording popular instruments, basic microphone setup.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this subject, students will be able to: setup and operate professional studio and execute complex recording session. They will learn microphone placement as they setup actual recording sessions with artists.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Music recording 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI22 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Dejan Pejović

Description:
Signal processing - Audio effects. Analog processors and software plug-ins (VST, AAX,). Using audio processors to shape the sound of the music instruments . Equalization. Dynamic control. Delaying signal and reverberation. Special signal processors

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this subject, students will be able to understand and creativly use different types of sound processors such as equalizers, compressors, gates, reverbs, delays, chorus, flangers, and other, to achieve the sound they are looking for.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in music recording

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Musical Instruments

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI35 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Boris Despot, DA

Description:
A study of musical instruments and principal musical ensembles. Survey of the acoustical foundation of music. Primary topics include: musical instrument classification; production of musical sound; individual bowed string instruments; plucked string instruments; individual woodwind instruments; individual brass instruments; percussion instruments; keyboard instruments; score setup for the relevant ensembles; and score following.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will acquire in-depth knowledge of individual musical instruments, musical ensembles, production of musical sound, and achieve proficiency in score following. The main goal of the course will be to prepare students for acoustic music recording.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Philosophy of Media

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Culture and Media Management
Code: UDL46A | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dr. Divna Vuksanović; Dr. Vlatko Ilić

Description:
The course introduces the core issues in the philosophy of media, in particular the debates about the possibilities of combining various media and artistic texts, especially in regard to their mutual creative and critically oriented mediation. Participants will be introduced to the key thinkers in philosophy of media.

Learning outcomes:
This course will enable students to engage with the central debates in the philosophy of media and to understand the terminology and concepts presupposed by the advanced literature in the area. They will also be enabled to critically evaluate the phenomena of media culture, and to apply their knowledge of the subject to the contemporary debates about media policies, culture, arts and present times.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Popular music recording

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI26 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dejan Pejović

Description:
Hearing and listening. Ear training and development of aural skills . Aural memory. An introduction to critical and analitical listening with an emphasis on technical evaluation and aesthetic principles within the context of musical style. Importance of sound quality in popular music.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this subject, students will be able to analyze and evaluate music they listen and to make necessary connections between what they hear and how to create that in the future projects.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Recording and Design of Sound for Radio 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI11 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Slobodan Stanković, DA

Description:
Goal of studies is to gain elementary theoretical and practical knowledge of recording, editing and processing of speech and speech and music programmes as well as live programme mixing and radio-drama.

Learning outcomes:
After two semesters students will be capable for recording and design of sound for all kinds of radio programmes and also elementary creative approach to radio-drama.


Entry requirements: Elementary knowledge in Sound Recording

Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Recording and Design of Sound for Radio 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI12 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Slobodan Stanković, DA

Description:
Goal of studies is to gain theoretical and practical knowledge of recording, editing, processing and mixing for radio-drama.

Learning outcomes:
Students will be capable for recording and design of sound and develop creative approach to radio-drama.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in Sound Design

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Recording and Design of Sound for Radio 3

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI13 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Slobodan Stanković, DA

Description:
Goal of studies is to gain theoretical and practical knowledge of recording, editing, processing and mixing for experimental audio programme and abstract sound.

Learning outcomes:
Students will be theoretically and practically capable for recording and design of sound through deveolment of experimental and abstract forms of programme.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound editing 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI19 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Ognjen Popić

Description:
The aim of the course is that with the unification of aesthetic and practical approach to the sound design and editing of sound in the audio-visual media, enable students to engage in practical work on the dialog, sound effects and music editing.


Learning outcomes:
Student is expected that after completion of the course can successfully do it sound editing for film, TV show and other forms, and adapt to the different creative technical requirements for mixing audio system sound.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound editing 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI20 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Ognjen Popić

Description:
The aim of the course is that with the unification of aesthetic and practical approach to the sound design and editing of sound in the audio-visual media, enable students to engage in practical work on the dialog, sound effects and music editing.


Learning outcomes:
Student is expected that after completion of the course can successfully do it sound editing for film, TV show and other forms, and adapt to the different creative technical requirements for mixing audio system sound.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound Recording 1

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Dragutin Ćirković

Description:
The study of the basic working principles of sound sector in the studio, and in the field recording. Applications of different microphone settings of monophonic, stereophonic and multichannel sound recording purposes. Various types of sound recording depending on the requirements of modern formats of surround sound in the audio-visual forms.

Learning outcomes:
Educating students in the technical and creative approach to the field of sound recording in theoretical and practical domain, and acquire knowledge and a sense of applying appropriate microphones in the classic and specific recordng conditions.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound Recording 2

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Dragutin Ćirković

Description:
The study of the basic working principles of sound sector in the studio, and in the field recording. Applications of different microphone settings of monophonic, stereophonic and multichannel sound recording purposes. Various types of sound recording depending on the requirements of modern formats of surround sound in the audio-visual forms.

Learning outcomes:
Educating students in the technical and creative approach to the field of sound recording in theoretical and practical domain, and acquire knowledge and a sense of applying appropriate microphones in the classic and specific recordng conditions.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound recording and design for film and television 1 (TV production sound)

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Ljubiša Špegar, Dino Dolničar

Description:
Sound department TV crew. Sound department in TV pre-production. Technology of TV sound, Audio systems on location. Sound for camera. OB Van and Studio sound. ENG, EFP sound crew on the TV film and drama set. Sound evaluation. Recording sound for TV post-production. Live TV sound mixing.

Learning outcomes:
Subject emphasises on location sound recording for TV, especially on the process of pre-production, sound recording on location and live sound mixing for TV. Students explore all technological and creative aspects trough theoretical, as well as through practical work.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound recording and design for film and television 2 (Film production sound)

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Zoran Maksimović, DA

Description:
Sound department and film crew. Sound department in pre-production. Technology of film sound, Audio systems on location. Sound for camera and camera for sound. Synchronization. When shooting starts - sound crew on the film set. Sound evaluation. Recording sound for post-production.

Learning outcomes:
Subject emphasises on location sound recording for film, especially on the process of pre-production and sound recording on location. Students explore all technological and creative aspects trough theoretical, as well as through practical work.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound recording and design for film and television 3

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Nikola Kokotović

Description:
The unification of aesthetic and practical approach to recording and mixing sound for film and television in the studio or in the exterior film or TV set.

Learning outcomes:
Successful realization of studio recording and audio processing for audio-visual media and successful implementation of all kinds of complex recording and mixing sound in a live broadcast for the purposes of television programme.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in fundamentals of audio

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound recording and design for film and television 4 (TV postproduction sound)

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Ljubiša Špegar, Dino Dolničar

Description:
Studio configuration for postproduction of TV sound. DAW systems. Working „in the box“. Postproduction sound for TV. Plug-ins and outboard equipment. Synchronization. Mixing workflow. Creating stems. Final mixing. M&E and deliveries. International Sound. EBU-R128. Loudness normalisation.

Learning outcomes:
Subject emphasises on sound in stage of postproduction for TV and audiovisual media, especially sound mixing (re-recording) and mastering. Thoroughly exploring process of pre-mixing and final mixing for TV, as well as delivering sound for different media fomats: students are guided through entire process of TV sound making.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in sound recording

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Sound recording and design for film and television 5 (Film posproduction sound)

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Zoran Maksimović, DA

Description:
Studio configuration for postproduction of film sound. DAW systems. Working in big studio and working „in the box“. Studio monitoring. Studio mixers. Plug-ins and outboard equipment. Synchronization. Mixing workflow. Creating stems. Final mixing. M&E and deliveries.

Learning outcomes:
Subject emphasises on sound in stage of postproduction for film and audiovisual media, especially sound mixing (re-recording) and mastering. Thoroughly exploring process of pre-mixing and final mixing for feature film, as well as delivering sound for different media fomats: students are guided through entire process of film-sound making.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in sound recording

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Sound recording and design for film and television 6

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Nikola Kokotović

Description:
Introducing to the final steps of sound postproduction for film and television, final mixing, and mastering process for all current formats of audio playback audio-visual media. Introducing the entire technological process of distribution and playback of the film.

Learning outcomes:
Students are expected to successfully carry out their own sound mixing for audio-visual media, carry out all the necessary stages in the process of mastering, as well as the premiere screening of audiovisual works.


Entry requirements: Basic knowledge in sound recording

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Television Basics

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Film and Television Production
Code: UDF34 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Vanja Šibalić

Description:
Defining television medium from multiple viewpoints - historical, cultural and technological. Analysing specific programme functions in order to establish the firm base for acquiring necessary production mechanisms. Reviewing a complex relation between constant technological improvement and corresponding change of the production models. Introduction to basic production and technical stations within a television centre.

Learning outcomes:
Generating necessary basic knowledge as a prerequisite for professional engagement in the field of television and audiovisual.


Entry requirements: 60 ETCS in audio visual or similar studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Television program production

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Film and Television Production
Code: UDF23 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 6

Professor: Zorana Popović

Description:
Introductory course to the field of television program production, with the specific focus on phases and processes of the TV production, the technical-technologic points in the television center, and the application of this information on contemporary television shows. Exercises include work in Faculty’s TV studio and visits to major TV stations and productions.

Learning outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, a student will be able to:
- Explain television production process behind a television program
- Identify production-technical points in a TV center
- Explain the roles of members of television crew
- Make a production schedule and budget
- Perform simple tasks in a television studio production
- Perform the role of the producer/production manager on a simple production


Entry requirements: 60 ETCS in audio visual or similar studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




The Basics of Sound Design for Live Performances

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Sound recording and design
Code: UDI44 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dobrivoje Milijanović, DA

Description:
Students will learn about the possibilities and specifics of designing sound for live performances, including sound design for dramatic and postdramatic theatre and live music.

Learning outcomes:
Through the successful completion of the course, students should be capable of creatively thinking about sound design for various live performances and fully co-operate with the sound designer during the production of live events, successfully developing author’s artistic intentions.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 3




Theatre Dance

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Acting
Code: 000 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 00

Professor: Branka Pujić

Description:
Theater Dance makes a distinctive contribution to the education of all drama students, through using movement, which is one of the fundamental modes of human expression. It offers a range of learning opportunities and enables students to develop physical ability to communicate through movement in an expressive and artistic way. Through the study of diverse dance genres, students develop a sense of well coordinated movements; acquiring musicality and rhythmic awareness; develop sense of performance; develop awareness of dance as dramatic element.

Learning outcomes:
The Course introduces students to the historical dances (branle, pavana, menuet, polonaise, polka, quadrille, waltz, gallop); dances of XX century (tango, charleston, twist, rock'n'roll, ca ca ca, samba, salsa); serbian folcloric dances and dances of other nations (Russian, Spanish, tarantela).
Through course students learn about the basics of modern dance, the history of musicals, and specially methodology of creating coregraphies in drama, musical and choreography drama.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Voice Technique

Faculty of Dramatic Arts

Study Programme: Acting
Code: UDA21 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dr Marina Marković

Description:
Lectures and tutorials should motivate the students to think about Voice as the expression of the personality and vocal expression as the basic communicational tool. The aim is to accomplish acting and other tasks using natural features of the voice.
A model of voice training. Technique (trade) + Imagination
- Warming up
- Breathing
- Articulation
- Voice Placement
- Listening
- Resonance and Resonators
- Voice Dynamics
- Voice and Movement
- The Use of Voice


Learning outcomes:
Understanding the processes of respiration and phonation.
Accomplishing the balance between articulated body and consciously guided vocal apparatus: vocal expression, vocal range, volume and dynamics.
Student feels confident to spontaneously fulfil acting and other tasks (various public performances).


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5