Four Main Subject-Areas
At the Royal Institute of Art, the subjects are divided into four areas, each with a different inclination. The two-dimensional (2D) subject-area contains painting and print-making. The three-dimensional (3D) subject-area includes sculpture and 3D-design. Mindepartementet is the name of the platform where we have gathered together moving-images, photography, sound and performance. In the field of architecture and critical studies, we carry out teaching in art theory, art history and literary composition, with a focus on lifelong learning. Each subject-area is managed by an area manager.
Explore Several Subject-Areas
Our students move freely between the different fields of study, and choose what they want to immerse themselves in based on the rich palette of courses and materials on offer. There are no restrictions here, but we encourage everyone who wants to explore several different fields to acquire a broad knowledge of the expressions and materials found within that artistic discipline. Our cross-disciplinary work takes place not only through exchanges and dialogues between our own different areas of study, but also in our external collaborations with related areas within culture, science and the community.