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About

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Introduction

 The Graduate Institute of Performing Arts

I. Goal

Founded in August 2005, The Graduate Institute of Performing Arts has three sub-disciplines: theater performance, collaborative piano, arts marketing and industries.

The primary objective of the graduate institute is to provide high quality training for theater musicians, design artists, performing arts management administrators, collaborative pianists, and to establish the platform for cross-sectors collaboration in cultural creative Industries. With equal emphasis placed on theory and practice, this institute endeavors to provide fine-quality training for on-stage and backstage performing artists, hoping to catapult Taiwan’s performing arts to the world stage.

In the coming years, the graduate institute will build a “Performing Arts Center” in order to hold international performing arts conferences and seminars on a regular basis as well as host intercollegiate performing arts festivals and exhibitions. In addition, the institute will establish partnership with local performing arts groups and relative industries.

II. Common Values

Both faculty and students share the following common values in order to achieve the goal of the graduate institute:

Graduate Institute of Performing Arts

  G = generative

  I = ideal

  P = passionate

  A = active

III. Objectives

The objectives of the graduate institute are as follows:

  Providing fine-quality training for theater musicians;

  Providing fine-quality training for performing arts management administrators;

  Providing fine-quality training for piano accompanists;

  Establishing the platform for cross- sectors collaboration in cultural creative Industries.

IV. Graduation requirements

To graduate, students of the graduate institute must meet the following requirements:

  At least one fine-quality performance in the specific area of performing arts thestudent belongs to;

  At least one fine-quality academic paper;

  Students of the musical marketing group must present a certificate showing the completion of the practicum.

V. Outstanding features

The graduate institute pays special attention to strengthening students' administration and management skills as well as professional knowledge regarding the production and performance of operas, musicals and plays. Equal attention is paid on the training of fine piano accompanists. Expert performing artists are recruited as faculty of this graduate institute, and balanced emphasis is placed on theory and practice of performing arts.

VI. Prospects

The prospects of the graduate institute are as follows:

  Holding international performing arts conferences and seminars on a regular basis;

  Hosting intercollegiate performing arts festivals and exhibitions;

  Establishing partner relations with local performing arts groups;

 Giving lectures on topics related to performing arts at primary and junior high campuses; promoting and providing training for on-campus performing artists.


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