The curriculum at the School of Visual Theater consists of a four-year study program leading to certification. This period of study is divided into two stages: Years 1-2, and Years 3-4.

Each academic year at the school is structured into three semesters; the first two semesters are dedicated to theoretical and practical studies, consisting of core and elective courses. In the third semester, the focus shifts from regular classes to artistic creation, presentations, and production of end-of-year works presented to the public at the Marathon and Finale events, which conclude this semester.

As a result of the interdisciplinary ideology of the school, each year comprises a system of studies with a variety of practical and theoretical courses in different fields, from which each student constructs their creative path.

In the first stage of study (Years 1-2)

Students engage in acquiring basic, practical, and conceptual knowledge in various study areas according to their choice, experimenting with different tasks and exercises. The core courses of this stage are interdisciplinary in nature, introducing students to interdisciplinary thought and practice.

In Year 1, each student establishes introductory knowledge in various mediums. Every student is required to present end-of-year works stemming from the various courses they have taken.

In Year 2, students begin to develop their own artistic language, integrating and diversifying, through personal exploration, the various practices they have focused on. Each student presents their work in internal midterm and end-of-year presentations, as well as in the open-to-public Marathon event.

In the second stage of study (Years 3-4)

There is an emphasis on the development and deepening of skills through advanced elective courses. Each student develops and refines their method and language through personal projects, focused studio classes, and workshops with teachers from both local and international backgrounds. The core courses of this stage focus on expanding one’s investigative and creative means, as well as the dynamic positioning of the student and their work within the local and global artistic field. 

In Year 3, students present their work in internal midterm and end-of-year presentations, as well as in the open-to-public Marathon event.

In Year 4, the focus is predominantly aimed at independent processes. students present their final projects within the framework of the Finale event – the graduation event of the school, culminating four years of creative work.