Choreologists are specialised creators of dance in specific styles or traditions, such as ethnic dance, early dance or baroque dance. Their work is contextualised historically and sociologically as an expression of the human group that developed it. Choreologists analyse dance from intrinsic aspects: theory, practice and epistemology of movements in itself. They also study dance from the extrinsic perspective: the social, ethnological, etnographical and sociological context in which dance is developed.
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- Artistic / Realistic
- Artistic / Social
- Art-historical values
The historical and artistic values implied in examples of one's branch of art.
- Labour legislation
Legislation, on a national or international level, that governs labour conditions in various fields between labour parties such as the government, employees, employers, and trade unions.
- Intellectual property law
The regulations that govern the set of rights protecting products of the intellect from unlawful infringement.
- Draw up choreography
Document and preserve the choreography of a production, the choreographer’s intention and vision.
- Monitor art scene developments
Monitor artistic events, trends, and other developments. Read recent art publications in order to develop ideas and to keep in touch with relevant art world activities.
- Act as a resource person in dance
Act as an expert consultant for choreographers, programmers, venues, conservatories, and other relevant institutions.
- Manage artistic career
Present yourself and your artistic approach. Position your work in target markets. Promote and market yourself and your oeuvre.
- Demonstrate specialisation in a dance tradition
Demonstrate an embodied understanding of dance and dance-making, and an informed artistic viewpoint of your chosen dance style, that enables you to reconstruct or create a choreographic work fully immersed in your selected dance tradition.
- Notate different dances
Use dance noting techniques to notate different forms of dance.
- Log changes in choreography
Indicate any changes in choreography during a production and correct errors in notation.
- Work with broad variety of personalities
Be flexible and work with a broad mix of personalities.
- Work with respect for own safety
Apply the safety rules according to training and instruction and based on a solid understanding of the prevention measures and risks to your own personal health and safety.
- Evaluate art quality
Correctly evaluate the quality of art objects, artefacts, photographs and documents.
- Maintain safe working conditions in performing arts
Verify the technical aspects of your workspace, costumes, props, etc. Eliminate potential hazards in your work space or performance. Intervene actively in cases of accidents or illness.
- Interpret artistic intentions
Interpret the artistic intentions of the author.