Short Dance Film: Construction of the Arts and Design Project Subject during COVID-19 Pandemic


  • hery supiarza


Short Dance Film, Arts and Design Project, Collaborative Learning


This research discusses about short dance film as product of Arts and Design Project subject at FPSD Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia during covid-19 pandemic. The importance of a collaborative learning model for this subject, particularly the collaboration between two disciplines, dance and film, has emerged the notion to create an art product. This research aimed to create dance film product as a form of student’s constructive idea. With the participatory action research method, the data were collected and validated to be analysed and then embodied in form of dance film product. The research was applied to 53 students in collaboration between Department of Dance Education and Film and Television Study Program, divided into 8 small groups in which each consisted of 6 to 7 members. Action stages of this research were: 1) Observation and analysis; 2) Collection of ideas and notions in form of script; 3) Testing; 4) Shooting; 5) Product. This research found that: 1) Through a collaborative learning model, the subject of Arts and Design Project could be implemented to create a dance film product, short dance film; and 2) during covid-19 pandemic, collaborative learning could enable students to keep productive to create product of their learning result. As an advantages, this research result can be used as a learning sample of production-based subjects during the pandemic where the learning and teaching activity should be done at home.



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