Celine van Aalst
Spreek en stemtechniek en expressie
Schilderen naar waarneming
Jorine van Beek
Decor- en kostuumontwerp
Bart Van den Eynde
Coördinator Master in Theater
Bart Van den Eynde
Bart Van den Eynde (°1967) has studied medieval history (RUGent & Stendhal II Grenoble) and theatre science (KULeuven). From 1991 to 1995 he was staff member at the Flemish Theatre Institute / VTI, a documentation center on the performing arts. In 1995 he joined the company of Ivo van Hove, Het Zuidelijk Toneel, and became for 5 years the literary manager and production dramaturg of this repertory company based in Eindhoven. From 2001 to 2007 he was associate artistic director of the youth theatre company Laika in Antwerp. In 2009 he became the artistic & pedagogic director of Advanced Performance and Scenography Studies / a.pass, a postgraduate research program on performance and scenography on and off the stage. Since 2005 he has been working as a freelance dramaturge for international dance and theatre productions. He has worked with directors (a.o. Ivo van Hove, Guy Cassiers, FC Bergman), choreographers (a.o. Meg Stuart, Arco Renz, Lisbeth Gruwez) and playwrights (a.o. Simon Stephens, Peter Verhelst, Judith Herzberg) in Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Germany, Great-Britain, Austria, Portugal and the United States. He has been a guest teacher at different theatre schools in Belgium and the Netherlands. Since 2015 he is program director of the master theatre at the theatre academy in Maastricht (Netherlands). He is currently a student again and he has obtained a degree as social mediator (KULeuven & KHLeuven) in 2015.
Spreek- en stemtechniek
Speltechniek en Regie
Muziek- en operageschiedenis
Anna Luyten teaches Cultural philosophy and criticism at the Toneelacademie Maastricht. She is lecturer ‘Artist Writing’ at the School of Arts Ghent where she also coaches master arts-students. With performer Heike Langsdorf she coordinates at the Hogent the research project “Wandering as a discipline: an investigation of the function of attention and participation in performance art, art education and artistwriting.” She studied philosophy, applied literary studies and theatre science. She has interviewed many big names from the art world for Belgian public television and made Human Interest documentaries for radio and television. As a non-fiction writer she worked in the editorial staff of Belgian and Dutch newspapers as De Standaard, Knack, De Morgen and Vrij Nederland. She wrote on commission for the Klara Festival an opera-libretto and theatre texts for Theater aan zee and Kunstenfestivaldesarts. She is a core contributor to the “living books programme” Uitgelezen and a conversational performer in philosophical and artistic programs for public, f.i. the photography program De Donkere kamer Belgium and Brainwash Amsterdam.
Domien Van Der Meiren
Docent aan de opleiding:
Peter Missotten (°Hasselt 1963) trained as a video artist (one of the students of Chris Dercon at St. Lukas Brussels). He worked all of his life in and around theatre spaces - starting as a light designer for ‘The Cement Garden’ in 1983. This started a long and passionate stage designer relationship with Guy Cassiers, which went on and off during some 25 years (‘Wasp Factory’, ‘Sunken Red’, ‘Rage d’Amour’,’ Der Fliegende Holländer’, ‘Onegin’… to name just a few). In 1994 he founded de Filmfabriek with Anne Quirynen and Anne Heyman: A company dealing with the crossover between digital and performance arts. They worked intensively on projects with artists as William Forsythe, Wim Vandekeybus, Guy Cassiers and Georges Aperghis. Artists as Wies Hermans, Bram Smeyers, Kurt d’Haeseleer and Ief Spincemaille joined them over the years. From 2000 on, Peter Missotten evolved slowly from a designer of digital media art for the stage into a director for performance arts and opera productions. In 2009, he directed the world creation of ‘KEPLER’, an opera by Philip Glass for Linz09 at the Landestheater Linz. In 2010 he created ‘MONTEZUMA - FALLENDER ADLER’, an opera by Bernhard Lang, for the Nationaltheater Mannheim. He designed the stage and light concept for quite a few choreographies, by example ‘The New Factory’ by Guilherme Miotto and Michael Schumacher for Dansgroep Amsterdam. He developed a visual, performance based libretto for ‘THE GOLEM’, a new opera by Bernhard Lang, which he staged (direction, video, lights and stage design) for the Nationaltheater Mannheim in april 2016. He is a Master in Visual Arts (LUCA School of Arts Brussels) and has a masterclass degree in Cultural Managment (University of Antwerp) He teaches performance arts at the Toneelacademie Maastricht and is professor Technology Driven Art for the Arts department of Zuyd Hogeschool the Netherlands.
Coördinator opleiding docent/regisseur (Part Time Opleiding)
Ek van Roosendaal
Afgestudeerd in 1990 als Theaterdocent/regisseur aan de Toneelacademie Maastricht.
15 jaar ervaring als theatermaker/regisseur in Nederland en Vlaanderen. Sinds 1992 verbonden aan de Toneelacademie als speldocent, studie-begeleider en coordinator. Mede-oprichter van de Post-Academische Opleiding Theaterdocent (PAO). Sinds 2012 lid van het kernteam van deze opleiding. Momenteel voor de PAO werkzaam als docent Kunst- en Cultuureducatie en studie-begeleider.
Sinds 2014 Programme-leader van de internationale opleiding iArts (Interdisciplinary Arts), Arts Faculty Maastricht.
Tevens bestuurslid van Stichting StoryLine Maastricht (platform voor story-tellers), lid van het landelijk netwerk opleidingen Theaterdocent, het kunstvakdocentenoverleg en div. stuurgroepen verbonden aan kwaliteitsontwikkeling en actualisering van kunstonderwijs.
Docent aan de opleiding:
Loes van Vliet