Postgraduate Course

Set in 2009, the postgraduate course aims to invent a frame fostering the emergence of research in Art & Stage Design both from a practical and a theoretical point of view. It is open to various fields of investigation such as theatre, dance, exhibition, installation and performance.

Within this frame, the school offers the opportunity to take advantage of the relations it has with its prestigious partners. It therefore fosters the student’s connection within its national and international networks and, in this way, is part of a mission of support for the professional insertion of early graduates.

The course’s pedagogy is based on the dialog between knowledge and skills, through external or local projects, by participating in the school’s educational activities (colloquiums, seminars, conferences), through individual or common appointments with the teachers, meetings with figures from the fields of art or stage, and fieldtrips.

The postgraduate students have access to the school infrastructure (workshops, computers, production tools etc.), and may also be granted a studio allocated by the Cultural Affairs Department of Monaco (these workrooms are granted on the basis of the student’s record).

On another hand, two students receive each year a research scholarship granted by the Monaco Project for the Arts (MPA) association. The latter also produces, for one of them, an exhibition in a contemporary art gallery in Monaco.

The successful postgraduate students have to make, for the end of the academic year, a theoretical production taking the form of a publication in the Pavillon magazine and/or a visual work, taking the form of a show or an exhibition in one of the partner sites of the school.

Application: For the year 2017/2018, the postgraduate course in art and scenography in Pavillon Bosio is open to young artists from Pavillon Bosio onl holding a DNSEP _ National Master Degree in Visual Expression.

 The applicants must submit a visual and theoretical research proposition belonging to the contemporary fields of either stage design or exhibition scenography.

The application file must include a portfolio, a cover letter, a resume and a description of the project.

The Postgraduate fees cost 400€ for academic year 2017/2018. (This rate is susceptible to modification).

The deadline for submitting the files is fixed on September 1, 2017.

For any further information and file sending, please contact Mrs Sandrine Perrin at this address: