NIPAI was founded as a direct response to the growing demand for professionals in the area of Performing Arts.
New International Performing Arts Institute is "new" because we aim to find new breath in performing arts, new horizons for researches, new approaches and applications that will help our students to make new discoveries!
NIPAI provides special educational programs, equipping current and future directors, movement directors, actors coaches, choreographers, arts managers and creative leaders with special knowledge and skills necessary to bring positive results in their careers and in modern Performing Arts industry.
During the study each student directs, performs, experiments, creates and works on their performances!
Our courses are designed especially for artists and creative people who have already completed a full-time training course but have realized that they are not adequately prepared to compete for work opportunities within the industry. Our courses in the field of Theatre Directing, Movement Directing and Arts Management are suitable for those who wish to develop their artistic career, to have certain knowledge, tools and practical skills which are in-demand in performing arts sector nowadays, and to create professional theatre/dance productions within different circumstances but with a valuable result.
NIPAI philosophy is learning by doing. From day one, students start to create their own original works of art, completing studies with their masterstroke - Study Projects. In every course offered by NIPAI, students receive hands-on immersive education from our prestigious faculty through a combination of in-class sessions, distant learning, workshops, webinars, and student-guided projects.
New International Performing Arts Institute teaches concrete skills in Directing, Teaching and Managing that are actually applied, can and should be applied in every day of professional work!
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Deadline: Saturday 2 January 2021 at 23:00h
Deadline: Sunday 28 July 2019 at 12:00h
Deadline: Thursday 25 February 2021 at 23:00h