Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

Courses 2019-2020

Negotiating Artistic Values – Art and Architecture in the Public Sphere

  The application for the academic year 2019/2020 is closed. This course will bring together 15 professional practitioners interested in …

The Art of Restoration: Structures of Democracy

The course starts in autumn, 2019. The application for the academic year 2019/2020 is closed. This course is only given …

Decolonizing Architecture: Experimental Sites of Knowledge Production

Concrete Tent, Abu Dhabi 2017.

The application for the academic year 2019/2020 is closed “Architecture is too important to leave to the Architects.” (Giancarlo De …

Materialities

Bild: Sten med graverad karta från grotta i Abauntz, Navarra
Bild: Sten med graverad karta från grotta i Abauntz, Navarra

  Coordinates: Mapping as Translation The intuitive, immediate idea we have of what space is relies on a certain notion …

Composing / Public / Space

  In September 2018, the Royal Institute of Art, will launch a new advanced level practice-based course with a shifting …

The Photographic Artist’s Book:
Dissemination in a Digital Landscape

Hundöron, ur serien Bokporträtt, Anna Henriksson

This course is a one-year full-time postgraduate course primarily for professional practitioners in the fields of art and photography. Through …

Project Studies for Professional Artists

Verk av Victora Verseau
Verk av Victora Verseau

Project studies in Fine Arts are part of the RIA’s selection of courses on the advanced level. The course is …

Materialities (transmission/translation)

The course Materialities will in an exploratory way put emphasis on experience and practical knowledge in the encounter with philosophical …

Critical Images

The Unknown Soldier, Abounaddara, 2012.

            The one-year post master course Critical Images invites you to engage in a universal …

Master Programme
in Fine Arts

, David Klasson. Masterexamensutställning på Galleri Mejan, läsåret 2017/18. Foto: Jean-Baptiste Béranger.

The MFA programme at the Royal Institute of Art focuses on the development of an independent and reflexive artistic work …


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