Master’s (12 to 30 months) and Doctorate (24 to 54 months)

The graduate program in arts (master’s and doctorate) is the consolidation of the idea developed at the Unicamp Institute of Arts of creating a center for studies in visual and performing arts that would bring together research and practice as well as artistic production and critical and theoretical reflection in an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary setting.

The program provides professionals, lecturers and researchers in the performing arts (drama, dance and performance) and visual arts (plastic, audiovisual and media-based art) with training that allows them to develop an approach that is not only critical and analytical but also artistic and reflective.

The program’s lines of research address contemporary creation and production and reflect on traditions and the issues involved in the artistic process itself, such as questions relating to techniques, methodologies and processes, emphasizing procedures for mediation between codes and their forms, between narratives and their languages and between discourses and their contexts.

Major Area: Performing Arts
Lines of Research

  • 1. Processes and poetic aspects of performance
  • 2. Technical/poetic fundamentals of interpretation

Major Area: Visual Arts
Lines of Research

  • 1. Visual poetics
  • 2. Theoretical fundamentals of the arts
  • 3. Design and language
  • 4. Audiovisual culture and media