Bard Abroad in Budapest (Central European University)

For the Academically Adventurous!

Bard Abroad in Budapest (Central European University)

The courses at Central European University (CEU) will strengthen your understanding of complex global issues and historical events through debate with a diverse set of classmates. Building upon your undergraduate coursework, enrollment in master's level classes at CEU will facilitate your personal development as a student in the graduate environment. CEU is one of the most densely international universities in the world. Its rare mix of nationalities, ethnicities, and cultures creates an ideal environment for examining such “open society” subjects as emerging democracies, transitional economies, media freedom, nationalism, human rights, and the rule of law. All of the students at CEU are working toward a better, more just and sustainable global society.

Subjects

  • Economics
  • Environmental Science
  • Gender Studies
  • History
  • International Relations
  • Jewish Studies
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Medieval Studies
  • Nationalism Studies
  • Philosopy
  • Political Science
  • Public Policy
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology

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Berlin Summer Theater Intensive

Students study a variety of ‘methods’ of creation with Berlin-based artists and, under their guidance, make original theater work. Students also explore the historical and contemporary richness of Berlin’s theatrical culture with faculty from Bard College Berlin.
The work in the studio will be organized around a series of distinct themes:
1: Space
2: Text and Composition
3: Body and Movement/Choreography
4: Sound and Image

The program provides 33 hours a week of instruction, master classes/workshops, and lectures (132 hours over the 4 weeks of the program). There are also guided rehearsals, showings, and feedback time each week. The students attend theater and other performances 2 or 3 times each week as well as other cultural offerings such as museum visits, art gallery visits, and architectural and historical walking tours of the city.
Students become familiar with the theoretical writing of lecturers (Hans-Thies Lehmann’s Postdramatic Theater), writings on the work of faculty members (Rimini Protokoll, Gob Squad, Robyn Orlin etc.), as well as the work of directors whose work we will see (Frank Castorf, Rene Pollesch, Thomas Ostermaier etc.).

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PO Box 5000, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504

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