22 December 2011
Utrecht Graduate School of Visual Art and Design, the Netherlands
Application during the year. Ultimate deadline April 30, 2012.
Call for applications
maHKU, Utrecht, The Netherlands, Call for Applications
Master of Arts in Fine Art
Master of Arts in Design (Pathways: Editorial Design,
maHKU offers one-year Master of Arts programs in visual art or design. These programs consist of seminars, workshops, and tutorials where artists, architects, communication design professionals, curators, editorial designers, fashion designers, interior designers, philosophers, public space designers, and visual culture theorists share their knowledge, creativity, and professional and topical insights with maHKU students.
maHKU programs focus on:
- professional depth
- development of discipline-specific discourses
- individual research trajectories
- expansion of knowledge in visual and theoretical work
- novel fields of artistic research
maHKU students come from all over the world and from all continents. Their professional backgrounds are similarly diverse including fields such as architecture, editorial design, fashion communication, graphic design, interior design, landscape architecture, product design, public space design, fine art, and urban design. During the year, interdisciplinary seminars and workshops offer ample opportunity for students to meet all students enrolled in the master programs.
maHKU Lecturers include
Tiong Ang (Fine Art), Annette W. Balkema (Critical Studies/Spatial Design), Stefan Bendiks (Spatial Design), Elsbeth Brouwer (Communication Design), Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan (Fine Art), Otto von Busch (Fashion Communication), Casanova+Hernandez (Spatial Design), Mariana Castillo Deball (Fine Art), Jeremiah Day (PhD Researcher Fine Art), Saskia van Drimmelen (Fashion Design), Hein Eberson (Communication Design), Yuri Engelhardt (Editorial Design), Corline van Es (Communication Design), Jessica Gysel (Fashion Communication), Joost Grootens (Cross Disciplinary Studies), Bart Guldemond (Cross Disciplinary Studies), Mika Hannula (Fine Art Research in collaboration with Expodium), Annette Heinen (Fashion Communication), Klaas Hoek (Fine Art), Jan Kaila (Fine Art), Bart-Jan Kazemier (Communication Design), Rogier Klomp (Communication Design), Irene Kopelman (Fine Art), Annette Krauss (Fine Art), Mareike Krautheim (Spatial Design), Peter Leferink (Fashion Design), Markus Miessen (Fine Art/Spatial Design in collaboration with Expodium), Arjen Mulder (Critical Studies), Arjen Oosterman (Spatial Design), Ralf Pasel (Spatial Design), Liza May Post (Fine Art), Joke Robaard (Fashion Design), Domeniek Ruyters (Critical Studies), Manon Schaap (Fashion Design), Henk Slager (Dean), Praneet Soi (Fine Art), Space&Matter (Spatial Design), Stealth.Unlimited (Spatial Design), Jaap van Triest (Editorial Design), James Veenhof (Communication Design), Steven Devleminck (Fine Art), Sylvie Zijlmans (Fashion Design), Edwin Zwakman (Spatial Design/Fine Art). External Examiners: Edwin Janssen (Fine Art), Aglaia Konrad (Fine Art), Geert Lovink (Design), Doina Petrescu (Design).
maHKU develops a series of (public) activities focusing on the expansion of the topical debate in the field of artistic research. These activities include the publication of maHKUzine, Journal of Artistic Research and the organization of DARE (Dutch Artistic Research Event). www.mahku.nl/research/index.html
maHKU Master Degrees
maHKU Master degrees are internationally acknowledged and accredited by the Open University Validation Services in London (OUVS).
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