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Call for applications: Master programmes
Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
Above: Natalie Fyfe, Choreography of the Mouth, 2016. Performance. Photo: Charlotte Brand.
Above: Natalie Fyfe, Choreography of the Mouth, 2016. Performance. Photo: Charlotte Brand.
Royal Academy of Art The Hague
Prinsessegracht 4
2514 AN The Hague
the Netherlands

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The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague offers 7 bachelor, 7 master and several preparatory courses. It is also possible to complete a Double Degree Fine Arts programme or a PhD in the Arts in collaboration with Leiden University. All courses are conducted in English.

Artistic Research (2 years / full-time)
The Master Artistic Research is an intensive, full time, programme aimed at an international group of students working in the field of visual art, who also have an interest in research processes and critical reflection within their art practice. The MAR seeks to educate artists to become autonomous, critically aware artistic researchers. The constantly developing programme places at its centre the exploration of each student’s personal creative trajectory, the production that defines this, and critical reflection on the processes, inspirations, and material results of this. More info

ArtScience (2 years / full-time)
This programme offers students the opportunity to focus on their own creation and research in order to intensify and transform their professional art practice. It is an interdisciplinary art programme between the Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and is therefore called the ArtScience Interfaculty. It closely collaborates with Leiden University’s Media Technology Master programme. The programme fosters curiosity driven research as an approach for the making of art, it considers art and science as a continuum and promotes the development of new art forms and artistic languages. More info

Industrial Design (2 years / full-time)
The focus of the programme is on translating a strong personal vision in applied design. Using artistic research, cultural consciousness and technical innovation in the industry as a basis to work from the programme educates designers to become professionals who critically question, investigate and shape the industrial field with their designs. During the programme students will be working on design products and projects with social relevance in collaboration with partners and industries inside and outside the academy. More info

Interior Architecture (INSIDE) (2 years / full-time)
INSIDE is an internationally-oriented Master’s programme that takes an interdisciplinary approach to the field of interior architecture. INSIDE is educating future designers for an innovative practice in spatial design with a focus on current social and cultural challenges with an urgency. There is also a strong emphasise on collaboration with key architectural offices and researchers. More info

Non Linear Narrative (2 years / full-time)
This programme merges investigative methods of journalism and forensics with processing technologies of computer science and visual arts into a contemporary, avant-garde design discipline: the Non Linear Narrative. It analyses the relations of complex socio-political issues, and how they can be communicated to a broad audience. The programme repositions the graphic design discipline in the changing professional landscape and extends it with new responsibilities towards society. More info

Photography & Society (2 years / full-time)
The  brand new Master’s programme Photography & Society educates socially-engaged photographers of the 21st century, who possess an active interest in the technological, political, environmental and social role of the photograph. The core ofPhotography & Society is image-making, at the same time the programme challenges students to foster encounters beyond photographic practice and utilise photography as a means to take part in global debate. More info

Type and Media (1 year / full-time)
In this programme students will expand their existing knowledge of type design and typography. Students work intensively in small groups under the guidance of expert and enthusiastic teachers from the permanent and visiting faculty. Courses include calligraphy exercises, stone carving, non-Latin scripts, the creation of typeface revivals, Python programming, the usage of state of the art font editing software as well as sketching techniques all leading up to the creation of new letters. Applications are closed, new round from October 2018. More info

How to apply?
For application deadlines and procedures please check our website or contact [email protected]

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February 7, 2018

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Royal Academy of Art The Hague, The Hague