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Call for applications: new Master's programmes
Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design
Above: Matilda Emricson, Master's degree project in Spatial Design, 2017.
Above: Matilda Emricson, Master's degree project in Spatial Design, 2017.

Application deadline: January 15, 2018

Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design
LM Ericssons väg 14, Box 3601
SE-SE-126 27 Stockholm
Sweden

T +46 8 450 41 00

www.konstfack.se

Konstfack's Master's programmes offer challenges! Our new two-year Master's programmes offer preparation for careers or research and lead to the award of a Master's (120 credits) degree.

CRAFT!
CRAFT! offers a norm-critical and international master programme in some of Europe’s most well equipped workshops. As a student, you develop your expertise, at the same time as you have the opportunity to expand and deepen your knowledge and position your work in a contemporary field of craft. CRAFT! is a programme in which we view craft as a relevant method for questioning and challenging the time in which we live and as a tool for critical investigation of, and through, making and materialisation. The programme is characterised by a social engagement anchored in the understanding that craft can exist between and beyond traditional boundaries. You apply with a project that focuses on one of the following tracks: Ceramics and Glass / Textiles / Ädellab.

Design
The Master's programme in Design is intended to augment your capacity to work experimentally and reflectively and both formulate and approach problems in a critical and artistic way.

The Master's programme in Design offers two specialisations:

Individual Study Plan in Design: an individual study plan offers you the opportunity to specialise within the field of design through in-depth studies and personal development. You prepare yourself for the design of products, systems, services, or for experiences. Explore complex social challenges in collaboration with others.

Spatial Design: Spatial Design offers individual in-depth studies and personal development within the field of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design. In Spatial design you will challenge your discipline and expand the territories of interiors and furniture in order to respond to the many urgent questions society faces today.

Fine Art
An individualised Master's programme in Fine Art with a focus on strong self-reflection as well as development and intensification of your artistic project. The Master's programme in Fine Art is interdisciplinary and based on the conviction that artistic creation can draw on all forms of knowledge and means. The programme functions in a sphere of critical aesthetics and is grounded in the values of the art department's own history of socially committed education—for us art is deeply integrated into both society and debate. Our professors and teachers are eminent practitioners and pursue careers in their fields, where many of our alumni can also be found today, both nationally and internationally. In studio discussions, workshops and lectures you will also meet a great many other participants in the field of art.

Visual Communication
A norm creative Master's programme in visual communication with a focus on your own work. During two years you will be given the opportunity to challenge and deepen your graphic design and/or illustration practice in relation to broader social, cultural and economic contexts. With a take-off point in norm criticality, we study how identity, norms and borders are formed through the landscape of visual communication and how artistic methods can be developed to expand your own practice as well as the field. Through supervision, seminars, feedback, workshops and lectures alongside teachers who are active within the field and gained documented knowledge and experience of norm creative practices, this programme makes a unique collaborative environment where your own work is in focus for discussions and processes of making.

Master's programme in Visual culture and Learning—Visual Arts Education NoVA
Studying with NoVA offers the opportunity to study within an international Master’s programme (120 ECTS) with a strong Nordic profile at two universities in the Nordic countries. NoVA teaching is provided by three universities, and open for international students. It builds on Nordic competences and expertise, related to current discussions on international art education. As a student, you may direct yourself toward teaching, producing, designing, guidance and consultant tasks on different levels of schooling, or in the fields of art and visual and media culture, social sectors and corporate life.

About Konstfack
Konstfack is Sweden’s largest university of arts, crafts and design and has educated the artists, designers, craftspeople and teachers of tomorrow since 1844. All our study programmes, as well as our research, are based on an artistic foundation and we currently have approximately 900 students and 200 employees.

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