|180 ECTS||Valeria Bertolotto|
It seeks to train actors who are independent, responsible and inventive, capable not only of taking an active part in the creative process but also of perfecting their technique, asserting their individuality and acquiring an all-round understanding of the artistic adventures upon which they embark.
The full-time programme alternates between regular classes and practical and experimental workshops with guest artists.
Teaching is built around three main pillars which develop over the three year period: from acquiring a basic understanding to consolidating practical skills, and finally learning to become independent.
Actors are gradually encouraged to perform in public and gain independence by completing personal projects. The degree also includes a cinematographic approach to acting and participation in the leaving tour. Lastly, students benefit from coaching designed to ease their transition as professionals into the world of the arts.
En hommage à sa fondatrice Françoise Champoud, première femme à avoir été élue à la Municipalité de Lausanne en 1981, le Conseil de la Fondation Françoise Champoud a annoncé la création d'un Prix annuel doté de CHF 50'000.-
Nouveau dispositif de soutien aux jeunes diplômé·es.