Media, Art, And Performance (formerly Fine Arts)

Students interested in any of the following University of Regina programs may enrol through Campion-Fine Arts or Campion-Media, Art, and Performance by selecting Campion as your campus on the U of R application form.

Film and Video Production

Faculty: Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)
Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)

Dreaming of being a filmmaker? The film and video production program is the only degree program of its kind between Toronto and Vancouver.

You will study the history, theory and analysis of motion pictures. You will also be introduced to the basics of film, video and new media production, including scriptwriting, directing, recording, editing, digital imaging and sound production.

Students often find work before graduation, and nearly all move directly into production work when they graduate.

Sample Courses:
Film and Video Imaging, Film Production, Screening in the City, Animation, Directing, Traditions in Documentary, Post Production, Television Studies, International Media Distribution, Experimental Media.

Career Opportunities:
Graduates are prepared for careers as independent filmmakers, video and new media artists, or as writers, directors, producers and crew members within the film industry.

Website: www.uregina.ca/finearts

Film and Video Studies

Faculty: Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA)

The film and video studies program results in a liberal arts degree where you will focus on media studies while developing skills in critical thinking, analysis, problem solving, decision making and communication. You will also develop transdisciplinary knowledge and a strong awareness of culture.

Sample Courses:
The Art of Motion Pictures, Still Photography, History of Film, Traditions in Avant-garde Film, Postmodern Cinema, Censorship and Propaganda in the Media, Traditions in Narrative, Canadian Cinema.

Career Opportunities:
Graduates pursue careers in areas such as media consulting, journalism, teaching, arts administration, museum studies, advertising and creative writing.

Website: www.uregina.ca/finearts

Music

Faculty: Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA); Bachelor of Music (BMus)

Is music your passion? The music program provides excellent preparation in the fields of performance (vocal or instrumental), composition, history, theory or comprehensive music. Private studio lessons will help you develop your technique and artistry. Individual study is complemented by courses in the history, analysis and theory of music. The program will also give you valuable experience in orchestral and ensemble conducting and will enable you to participate in dynamic vocal and instrumental ensembles.

Sample Courses:
Music Cultures of the World, Jazz Ensemble Techniques, Ear Training, History of Canadian Music, Choral Conducting, Applied Music Recital, Composition, Popular Music, Opera Workshop, Computers in Music.

Career Opportunities:
Graduates pursue careers as musicians, vocalists, performers, conductors, composers, arrangers, producers, sessional artists and teachers.

Website: www.uregina.ca/finearts

Music Education

Faculty: Education & Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)
Degree: Bachelor of Music Education (BMusEd)
Combine your passions for music and teaching! This four-year program is offered jointly by the Faculties of Fine Arts and Education.  The program prepares you to teach secondary choral and instrumental music. As part of the program, you will pursue applied music study on one instrument or voice for seven of the eight semesters. Students are required to perform a half-hour public recital in their fourth year.

Sample Courses:
Music Instruction in Secondary Schools, Methods and Materials for Class Choral Instruction, Curriculum as Cultural and Social Practice, Instrumental Conducting.

Career Opportunities:
Most graduates of this program work as music educators, music teachers or private instructors.

Website: www.uregina.ca/education or www.uregina.ca/finearts

Theatre (Acting, Production, Design)

Faculty: Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA)

An empty stage is a canvas waiting for creative inspiration! Our Theatre program will train you to become an actor, designer, stage manager, technical director, researcher or dramaturge. This professional program offers instruction by world class professors and instructors who are both active theatre artists and researchers. Both degree options give you numerous opportunities to be involved with department productions; building your skills through progressively challenging work. You will also have access to well- equipped, modern theatre spaces, providing the tools needed in creating work that pushes boundaries and challenges imagination.

Sample Courses:
Acting, Set and Costume Design, Canadian Theatre, Voice Training, Movement and Dance, Lighting Design.

Career Opportunities:
Graduates pursue careers as stage managers, actors, directors, designers, playwrights, dramaturges, production managers, technical directors and performance artists.

 

Visual Arts (Art Studies, Art Studio)

Faculty: Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA); Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA); Certificate

Visual arts covers a broad range of two- and three-dimensional media such as sculpture, painting, ceramics and printmaking, among others. You will work alongside professors and instructors who themselves are curators, artists, researchers and critics and are active in the Canadian art community and beyond.

Showcase your work at the Fifth Parallel Gallery on campus or at Regina's renowned Mackenzie Art Gallery. Advance your skill, with professors and fellow students acting as mentors and study the theory and history of your medium and the greats who came before.

Sample Courses:
Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Intermedia, Ceramics, Art Theory and Criticism, Japanese Art, Contemporary Indigenous Art and
Colonialism, Curatorial Studies.

Career Opportunities:
Graduates pursue careers as visual artists, curators, art critics, art writers, conservators, art historians and art educators.