Fine Arts

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Laurentian University is the largest university north of Toronto, and its BFA program is the only university-based centre for the study of art & culture in Northern Ontario.

The BFA program at Laurentian considers each of its disciplines primarily as a means of artistic expression, and is therefore more practice-based than theory-based. Essentially, students are prepared for careers as professional artists. In addition, students are not only provided with a solid foundation in the history and traditions of their chosen disciplines, but with the tools to navigate the financial and commercial aspects of their careers. The disciplines within the BFA program allow for the examination and creative expression of our intellectual, emotional, and physical worlds. In doing so, students in the BFA program develop skills in communication, aesthetics, interpretation, critical thinking, management, organization and leadership.

Academic Advisor

Patricia Tedford

Telephone: 705.673.1730

Email: BFA@thorneloe.ca

How to Apply
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Delivery Method: On campus
Program Language: English

Motion Picture Arts option

The Motion Picture Arts option of the Fine Arts program was made available in September 2013. The priority of the Motion Picture Arts Production option is to prepare students for traditional careers in the production of theatrical features, TV programs, and in advertising. Until recently, the platforms for this traditional media was limited to movie theatres, broadcast TV, and home-video. With the introduction of the communications revolution brought about by the Internet, new platforms are constantly being introduced, such as smartphones, tablet computers, etc. Each of these platforms then generates demand for supplementary content, thus generating more opportunity for employment for motion picture artists.

Furthermore, an education in Motion Picture Arts Production prepares students for careers in the production of video games, webisodes, and all other media implementing motion pictures. The constant expansion of 21st century digital media gives graduates more points of entry into the motion picture arts industry, such as social-media platforms like Facebook, YouTube, etc.

Essentially, students of the Motion Picture Arts option are prepared for careers as 21st century motion picture artists: creatively independent writer-director-producers who are equally comfortable analyzing the aesthetics, and application, of production design, cinematography, picture editing, and sound design. For more specific information about the Music and Theatre options of the Fine Arts program, please see the Music (BA) and the Theatre Arts (BA) programs.

 

Program highlights:

As a region, Northern Ontario is home to three quarters of a million people, and Greater Sudbury, one of the largest cities north of Toronto with a population of over 161,000, is its facto capital. Northern Ontario is fast becoming a regional hub for the motion picture industry. Since 2004, for example*, Northern Ontario has benefited from $100+ million in direct/indirect spending on 72+ theatrical and/or TV projects which created 3,500+ jobs.

Theatre, Motion Picture Arts Production, and Music, the three arts disciplines of study offered as a Specialization by the BFA program, are well established in the city.

With regard to Theatre, Greater Sudbury is home to two prominent professional stage companies: the English-language Sudbury Theatre Centre (STC), and the French-language Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario (TNO).While the STC has its own theatre venue downtown, the TNO stages its productions at La salle André Paiement, a venue located on the campus of Collège Boréal. Numerous other theatre companies thrive in Greater Sudbury, including The Encore Theatre Company, which performs at the Ernie Checkeris Theatre at Thorneloe University, situated on the Laurentian University Sudbury campus.

With regard to Music, Greater Sudbury’s most successful artists have predominantly been in the country, folk and country-rock genres. These include Robert Paquette, Kate Maki, Nathan Lawr, Gil Grand, Kevin Closs, CANO, Jake Mathews, Loma Lyns, Alex J. Robinson, Chuck Labelle, and Ox. The rap metal band Project Wyze is also based in Sudbury.

In addition to Laurentian’s Fraser Auditorium as a venue for large audiences, the Sudbury Community Arena has hosted a variety of national artists, like Blue Rodeo, and international artists, like Elton John. For summer music bookings, Bell Park’s outdoor Grace Hartman Amphitheatre is a popular destination. Smaller touring indie rock bands, as well as local musicians, are featured at The Towne House, while local bands play a number of small music venues across the city. Greater Sudbury is also home to many annual music festivals, including Sudbury Summerfest, the Northern Lights Festival Boréal, La Nuit sur l’étang, and the Jazz Sudbury Festival. With regard to classical music, the local Sudbury Symphony Orchestra performs six annual concerts.

Motion Picture Arts Production in Northern Ontario, and specifically Greater Sudbury, has established itself as a regional hub for film and TV production. Productions in the city have included the Canadian cult classic Roadkill (1989), the CBC-TV feature Shania: A Life in Eight Albums (2005), the American thriller The Truth (2012), Queen of the Night which featured Ryan Reynolds (2013) and the Canadian comedy Men with Brooms (2002). Television series filmed in the city include TV Ontario’s Hard Rock Medical (2013), the Canadian sci-fi Dark Rising: Warrior of Worlds (2013), and TFO’s French-language Météo+ (2008-2011), and Les Bleus de Ramville (2012). March Entertainment’s studio in Greater Sudbury has produced a number of animated TV series, including Chilly Beach (2003-2008), Maple Shorts (2005-present), The Very Good Adventures of Yam Roll in Happy Kingdom (2006-present), and Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist (2008-present). Sudbury is also home to the Science North Production Team, an award-winning producer of documentary films and multimedia presentations for museums all around the world. Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival, Canada’s 4th largest film festival after the Toronto International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival, and Vancouver International Film Festival, celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2014.

With regard to the arts outside of the disciplines within the BFA program, Greater Sudbury has two prominent art galleries: the Art Gallery of Sudbury, and La Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario. Both are dedicated primarily to Canadian art, especially artists from Northern Ontario. In addition, many notable works of literature themed or set primarily or partially in Greater Sudbury, include Robert J. Sawyer’s Neanderthal Parallax trilogy (2002-2003), Alistair MacLeod’s novel No Great Mischief (1999), Paul Quarrington’s Logan in Overtime (1990), and Jean-Marc Dalpé’s play 1932, La ville du nickel (1984), and his short story collection Contes sudburois (2001). Greater Sudbury is also fictionalized as “Chinookville” in several books by American comedy writer Jack Douglas. Noted writers who have lived in Sudbury include playwrights Jean-Marc Dalpé, Sandra Shamas and Brigitte Haentjens, poets Robert Dickson and Margaret Christakos, fiction writers Kelley Armstrong, Sean Costello, Sarah Selecky and Jeffrey Round, journalist Mick Lowe and academics Richard E. Bennett, Michel Bock, Rand Dyck, Graeme S. Mount and Gary Kinsman.

The philosophy behind the BFA program is that art makes us aware of our problems, and an arts education helps to solve them. Years of research proves that an arts education is intimately linked to precisely what we say we want for our children, and demand from our schools: social and emotional development, civic engagement, academic achievement, and equitable opportunity.

Studies from around the world unanimously indicate that student involvement in the arts is associated with gains in verbal skills, reading, math, cognitive ability, and critical thinking. Furthermore, an arts education can improve motivation, concentration, confidence, and teamwork. For example, a 2005 report by the Rand Corporation, a U.S.-based not-for-profit, claims that the intrinsic pleasures and stimulation of the art experience “can connect people more deeply to the world and open them to new ways of seeing.”

It has been proposed that the philosophy behind an education is threefold: to prepare students for the job market, to be citizens, and to be human beings who can enjoy the deepest forms of beauty. If you agree that the latter is as important as each of the former two, then you agree that an arts education is essential.

*Statistics provided by Music and Film in Motion, a not-for-profit organization based in Greater Sudbury.

ADMISSION TO BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAMS

 

Ontario High School Applicants

Applicants to our Bachelor of Arts programs require the successful completion of at least six grade 12 4U/M courses with a minimum overall average of 70% and must qualify to obtain their OSSD.

Most Bachelor of Arts programs require a grade 12 4U English and five other Grade 12 4U/M courses. Programs in Computer Science and Mathematics require a grade 12 4U English, a grade 12 4U Mathematics course in Advanced Functions, one additional grade 12 4U Mathematics course, and three other Grade 12 4U/M courses. The Music program requires an audition in addition to their course requirements (refer to the supplementary application section for further details).

Advanced Placement

Applicants who have completed Advanced Placement courses in appropriate subjects with a grade of 4 or higher may receive transfer credit equivalent to a maximum of 12 credits. Applicants must also meet the admission requirements listed above as Advanced Placement courses are not accepted in place of the Grade 12 requirements.

 

International Baccalaureate

Applicants who have completed the International Baccalaureate are eligible for admission provided they have achieved a minimum score of 28 and have fulfilled the diploma requirements (six subjects, minimum three at the higher level). Applicants may receive transfer credits for higher level courses with grades of 5 or higher. Applicants must submit the International Baccalaureate transcript to the Office of Admissions for evaluation.

 

Canadian High School Applicants from Outside Ontario

Applicants require the successful completion of a secondary school diploma with the equivalent course requirements as Ontario applicants. Applicants from the Province of Quebec require a minimum of the first year of the Collège d’enseignement général et professionnel (CEGEP) program or grade 12 with a minimum 75% average. Applicants who have completed two or three years of a CEGEP program will be considered for admission with advanced standing.

 

High School Applicants from the United States of America

Applicants must have completed grade 12 from an accredited secondary school with a minimum overall B average and with at least four different subjects, including English.

 

Applicants from Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology

Applicants who have completed a minimum of one year of college studies with a minimum overall C average may be eligible for admission.  For students who have completed two or three year programs, Laurentian has many articulation agreements designed to enhance student mobility. If there is not an articulation agreement, Laurentian offers admission with advanced standing as indicated below. For information with respect to articulation agreements, please contact the Office of Admissions.

             

3 Year Diploma                 

                GPA = A:  48 to 54 credits* 

                GPA = B:  36 credits

                GPA = C+: 24 credits    

 

2 Year Diploma

                GPA = A:  36 to 42 credits*               

                GPA = B:  24 credits

 

*             Number of credits depends on the program affinity

 

Applicants from other Universities and Colleges

Applicants wishing to be considered for admission must submit official transcripts to the Office of Admissions. The transcripts received will be assessed for admissibility and possible transfer of credits.

 

Mature Students

Applicants wishing to be considered as a mature student must:

                be 21 years old or older prior to the first day of classes of the term to which they applied

                have not attended any secondary or postsecondary institution for at least two years

                submit a letter outlining the reasons for pursuing university studies

                submit a resume or CV specifying current education, interests, and work experience

                                               

Applicants from Other Countries

Applicants from other countries wishing to be considered for admission must submit official transcripts and supporting documents to the Office of Admissions. These documents should be submitted in their original language as well as an official translation into English or French.

Applicants to English language programs who have not completed at least three years of English academic study, must also present an English-language proficiency test result (TOEFL, IELTS, CAEL or MELAB) with the required minimum score. Applicants who do not meet the minimum and who are otherwise admissible are offered the opportunity to enrol in Laurentian’s English Academic Preparation (EAP) Program. Please refer to the website of Laurentian International for more details.

For Current Students

The degree options listed below are for the upcoming academic year, not the current academic year. If you are a current student looking for which courses to take in order to complete your degree options from a previous academic year's curriculum, please consult with an academic advisor.


Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Total 120 credits

Students must complete a specialization (60 credits) in Theatre Producation, Theatre Performance, Music, Music Performance, or Motion Picture Arts and an additional 24 credits in Fine Arts electives. Students may choose to include these electives in a minor in a second Fine Arts discipline. The remaining 36 credits must include 6 credits in the Social Science, 6 credits in the Sciences, and 24 elective credits in subjects other than Theatre, Music, or Motion Picture Arts.

Students must follow the BA regulations in order to meet graduation requirements for the BFA.

 

Specialization in Theatre Performance

First Year

THEA 1116E     Introduction to Theatre Arts

THEA 1117E     Theatre and Performance on This Land

THEA 2127E     Voice I

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

6 elective credits in the Social Sciences

6 elective credits in the Sciences

3 elective credits*

 

Second Year

THEA 2115E     Acting I

THEA 2137E     Theatre Movement

THEA 2246E     Theatre History I

THEA 2247E     Theatre History II

THEA 3177E     Acting for the Camera

THEA 3217E     Voice and Speech II

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

3 elective credits*

 

Third Year

THEA 3115E     Acting II

THEA 3137E     Mime

THEA 3246E     Theatre History III

THEA 3247E     Theatre History IV

THEA 3357E     Canadian Theatre

6 elective credits in Fine Arts (THEF 2226 La tradition du bouffon et du jeu masqué and THEF 3106 Application sociale de l'art du clown are recommended.)

6 elective credits*

 

Fourth Year

THEA 2326E     Script Analysis

THEA 3517E     Theatre Practicum - Performance

THEA 4115E     Acting III

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

12 elective credits*

 

* in subjects other than Theatre (THEA), Music (MUSC), or Motion Picture Arts(CINE)

Note:    Students may not exceed 48 credits at the 1000 level or 9100 level in their degree program.

 

Specialization in Theatre Production

1st & 2nd Year
60 credits* to be completed at Cambrian College.


3rd & 4th Year

THEA 2246E     Theatre History I
THEA 2247E     Theatre History II
THEA 2326E     Script Analysis
THEA 3246E     Theatre History III
THEA 3247E     Theatre History IV
THEA 3357E     Canadian Theatre
THEA 3617E     Theatre Production – Practicum
6 credits of THEA 4000
6 credits of Science Electives
6 credits of Social Science Electives
21 credits of other Electives

* If the full 60 credits are not transferable from Cambrian College, extra electives must be taken so that the total number of credits earned is 120.

 

Specialization in Music

 First Year

MUSC 1015E     Introduction to the History of Music in Western Culture

MUSC 1115E     Materials of Music

MUSC 0116E     Keyboard Harmony I

MUSC 0117E     Sight Singing and Ear Training I

MUSC 1406E     Applied Major I

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

9 elective credits*#

 

Second Year

MUSC 2115E     Materials of Music II

MUSC 0216E     Keyboard Harmony II

MUSC 0217E     Sight Singing and Ear Training II

MUSC 2406E     Applied Major II

6 upper year credits in Music History courses (MUSC 20xx, MUSC 30xx or MUSC 40xx)

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

9 elective credits*#

 

Third Year

6 credits in upper year Music Theory (MUSC 3115, 3196, 4126, 4127)

     AND/OR   6 credits in upper year Music History (MUSC 20xx, MUSC 30xx or MUSC 40xx)  

3 credits of Music ensemble courses or either MUSC 2511E/3511E Piano Accompanying I/II

9 upper year MUSC elective** credits

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

6 elective credits*#

 

Fourth Year

6 credits at the 4000 level of Music History (MUSC 40xx) or Music Theory (MUSC 41xx) 

6 upper year MUSC elective** credits

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

12 elective credits*#

 

* in subjects other than Fine Arts : Theatre (THEA), Théâtre (THEF), Music (MUSC), or Motion Picture Arts(CINE)

**Music Electives: Any course labeled MUSC may be taken as an elective. This includes Class Instruction / Techniques series 35xx, Ensemble series 26xx, 36xx, 46xx, as well as any course listed below under Note.

# Students must include at least 6 credits in the Social Sciences and 6 credits in the Sciences from among their elective credits.

 

Note         MUSC x0xx = Music History courses

                MUSC x1xx = Music Theory courses

                MUSC x2xx = Pedagogy and Practical Musicianship courses

                MUSC x4xx = Performance courses

                MUSC x5xx = Class Instruction courses

                MUSC x6xx = Ensemble courses

The following courses are also accepted as music electives:

   CINE 2076 EL Sound Recording and Manipulation
   FOLK 2136 FL La chanson folklorique
   LITT 2697 FL – La chanson québécoise
   THEA 2216 EL – Musical Theatre I
   THEA 3216 EL – Musical Theatre II

Note:    Students may not exceed 48 credits at the 1000 level or 9100 level in their degree program.

 

Specialization in Music Performance

Students choosing this specialization will complete 24 credits in Music Performance in place of the 24 Fine Arts electives.

 

 First Year

MUSC 1015E     Introduction to the History of Music in Western Culture

MUSC 1115E     Materials of Music

MUSC 0116E     Keyboard Harmony I

MUSC 0117E     Sight Singing and Ear Training I

MUSC 1455E     Applied Major Performance I

12 elective credits*#

 

Second Year

MUSC 2115E     Materials of Music II

MUSC 0216E     Keyboard Harmony II

MUSC 0217E     Sight Singing and Ear Training II

MUSC 2455E     Applied Major Performance II

6 upper year credits in Music History courses (MUSC 20xx, MUSC 30xx or MUSC 40xx)

3 MUSC elective** credits

9 elective credits*#

 

Third Year

MUSC 3115E     Form and Analysis

MUSC 3455E     Applied Major Performance III

6 upper year credits in Music History (MUSC 20xx, MUSC 30xx or MUSC 40xx)

3 credits of Music ensemble courses or either MUSC 2511E/3511E Piano Accompanying I/II

3 upper year MUSC elective** credits

6 elective credits*#

 

Fourth Year

MUSC 4455E     Applied Major Performance IV

6 credits in Music History (MUSC 40xx) or Music Theory (MUSC 41xx)

3 credits of Music ensemble courses** or either MUSC 2511E/3511E Piano Accompanying I/II

6 upper year MUSC elective** credits

9 elective credits*#

 

* in subjects other than Fine Arts : Theatre (THEA), Théâtre (THEF), Music (MUSC), or Motion Picture Arts(CINE)

#Students must include at least 6 credits in the Social Sciences and 6 credits in the Sciences from among their elective credits. ENGL 1705E is recommended. For singers, the study of a foreign language is also recommended.

**Music Electives: Any course labeled MUSC may be taken as an elective. This includes Class Instruction / Techniques series 35xx, Ensemble series 26xx, 36xx, 46xx, as well as any course listed below under Note.

Course coding

     MUSC x0xx = Music History courses

     MUSC x1xx = Music Theory courses

     MUSC x2xx = Pedagogy and Practical Musicianship courses

     MUSC x4xx = Performance courses

     MUSC x5xx = Class Instruction courses

     MUSC x6xx = Ensemble courses

The following courses are also accepted as music electives:

CINE 2076 EL Sound Recording and Manipulation

             FOLK 2136 FL La chanson folklorique
             LITT 2697 FL – La chanson québécoise
             THEA 2216 EL – Musical Theatre I
             THEA 3216 EL – Musical Theatre II

 

Note:    Students may not exceed 48 credits at the 1000 level or 9100 level in their degree program.

 

Specialization in Motion Picture Arts

First Year

CINE 1005E     Motion Picture Arts: Form

CINE 1206E     Photography

ENGL 1705E     Introduction to Writing and English Studies

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

9 elective credits*#

 

Second and Third Years

CINE 2005E     Motion Picture Arts: Production I

CINE 3005E     Motion Picture Arts: Production II

3 credits from Motion Picture Arts Composition Theory:

     CINE 2036E     Theories and Practice of the Motion Picture Arts

     CINE 2046E     History of the Motion Picture Arts

     ENGL/FILM 2846E     Rhetoric of Film and Image

6 credits from Motion Picture Arts Composition Practice:

     CINE 3205E     Screenwriting

     ENGL 3516E     Creative Writing

     ENGL 3517E     Studies in Creative Writing

     ENGL 3556E     Principles and Practices of Workplace Communication

9 credits from Motion Picture Arts Interdisciplinary Studies:

     CINE 2207E     Cinematography

     CINE/DEUT 2216E     German Cinema

     CLAS 2036E     The Ancient World in Film           

     ENGL/FILM 2815E     World Cinema              

     ENGL/FILM 2826E     Rhetoric of Documentary Films

     ENGL/FILM 2827E     Documentary Film Making

     ENGL/FILM 2835E     American Film Directors

     ENGL/FILM 3836E     Applied Media Aesthetics

     ENGL/FILM 3846E     Applied Media Aesthetics

     ENGL/FILM 3847E     Film Theory

     ESPA 3226N     Film in Spain and Latin-America

     HIST 3916E     Propaganda, Politics and Film

     HIST 3917E     Fascism on Film

     ITAL 2216N     Italian Cinema

     MUSC 2046E     Soundtracks: Music in the Movies

     PHIL 2716E     Philosophy and Film

     RLST 2327E     Jesus in Film

     RLST 2365E     Religion in Film

12 elective credits in Fine Arts

   18 elective credits*#

 

Fourth Year

CINE 4005E     Motion Picture Arts: Production III

9 credits from Motion Picture Arts Interdisciplinary Studies (see list above)

6 elective credits in Fine Arts

9 elective credits*#

 

* in subjects other than Theatre (THEA), Music (MUSC), or Motion Picture Arts(CINE)

#Students must include at least 6 credits in the Social Sciences and 6 credits in the Sciences from among their elective credits.

Note:    Students may not exceed 48 credits at the 1000 level or 9100 level in their degree program.

 

Minor in Theatre (For BFA students only)

THEA 1116E     Introduction to Theatre Arts

THEA 1117E     Theatre and Performance on This Land

6 credits from:

THEA 2115E     Acting I

THEA 2246E     Theatre History I

THEA 2247E     Theatre History II

6 credits from:

THEA 2326E     Script Analysis

THEA 3115E     Acting II

THEA 3187E     Directing in the Theatre

THEA 3246E     Canadian History III

THEA 3247E     Canadian History IV

THEA 3357E     Canadian Theatre

THEA 4306E     Dramaturgy

6 credits from:

THEA 2326E     Script Analysis

THEA 3246E     Canadian History III

THEA 3247E     Canadian History IV

THEA 3357E     Canadian Theatre

THEA 4115E     Acting III

THEA 4306E     Dramaturgy

 

Minor in Music

MUSC 1115E     Materials of Music

     OR   MUSC 1101E     Introduction to Music I   AND   MUSC 1102E     Introduction to Music II

6 credits of Music History at the 1000 or 2000 level

6 credits of Music History at the 3000 or 4000 level or MUSC 3115E Form and Analysis*, MUSC 4126E Special Topics in Music Theory I* or MUSC 4127E Special Topics in Music Theory II*

6 MUSC credits

 

* Students must complete MUSC 2115 if they wish to select MUSC 3115.

 

Note: MUSC x0xx = Music History courses

 

Minor in Motion Picture Arts

CINE 1005E     Motion Picture Arts: Form

CINE 1206E     Photography

CINE 2005E     Motion Picture Arts: Production I

CINE 2036E     Theories and Practice of the Motion Picture Arts

OR   CINE 2046E     History of the Motion Picture Arts

CINE 3205E     Screenwriting

 

Year:

CINE-1005EL - Motion Picture Arts: Form CINE-1206EL - Photography ENGL-1705EL - Introduction to Writing and English Studies MUSC-1015EL - Introduction to the History of Music in Western Culture MUSC-1115EL - Materials of Music MUSC-1406EL - Applied Major I MUSC-1455EL - Applied Major Performance I CINE-2005EL - Motion Picture Arts: Production I CINE-2216EL - German Cinema ENGL-2805EL - Film Foundations: Techniques, Theory and History ENGL-2826EL - Rhetoric of Documentary Films ENGL-2827EL - Documentary Film Making ENGL-2846EL - Rhetoric of Film and Image FILM-2805EL - Film Foundations: Technique, Theory and History FILM-2826EL - Rhetoric of Documentary Films FILM-2827EL - Documentary Film Making MUSC-2046EL - Soundtracks: Music in the Movies MUSC-2115EL - Materials of Music II MUSC-2406EL - Applied Major II MUSC-2455EL - Applied Major Performance II PHIL-2716EL - Philosophy and Film RLST-2327EL - Jesus in Film RLST-2365EL - Religion in Film THEA-2115EL - Acting I THEA-2127EL - Voice I THEA-2246EL - Theatre History I THEA-2247EL - Theatre History II THEA-2326EL - Script Analysis
THEF-2225FL - Initiation à l'art clownesque contemporain CINE-3005EL - Motion Picture Arts: Production II CINE-3205EL - Screenwriting ENGL-3516EL - Creative Writing ENGL-3836EL - Women and Film ENGL-3846EL - Applied Media Aesthetics ESPA-3226NL - Film in Spain and Latin-America FILM-3836EL - Women and Film FILM-3846EL - Applied Media Aesthetics HIST-3916EL - Propaganda, Politics and Film HIST-3917EL - Fascism on Film MUSC-3115EL - Form and Analysis MUSC-3455EL - Applied Music Performance III THEA-3115EL - Acting II THEA-3127EL - Voice and Speech II THEA-3137EL - Mime THEA-3177EL - Acting for the Camera THEA-3187EL - Directing in the Theatre THEA-3216EL - Musical Theatre II THEA-3246EL - Theatre History III THEA-3247EL - Theatre History IV THEA-3357EL - Canadian Theatre THEA-3517EL - Theatre Practicum-Performance CINE-4005EL - Motion Picture Arts: Production III MUSC-4455EL - Applied Major Performance IV THEA-4115EL - Acting III THEA-4306EL - Dramaturgy

Patricia Tedford, Chair Theatre and Motion Picture Arts, BFA Cordinator

Ben Paquette, Motion Picture Arts Supervisor

Jason Jallet, Motion Picture Arts

Yoko Hirota

Yoko Hirota

Department of Music
Charlotte Leonard

Charlotte Leonard

Department of Music