Cultural programming and production; performance art criticism; cultural design management; curatorial practices in the performing arts; cultural communication; digital performing arts curatorship.
The Program encourages students to develop their own practical interests through internships and individual, collective or collaborative projects (e.g. in festivals and cultural events).
Alumni have found jobs as cultural programmers, cultural critics and in the development of projects in the performing arts. Many have also pursued an academic career and have become doctoral students and young researchers.