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Kungl. Konsth
Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm

For this professorship is required a qualified artistry, in which sculpture, object and installation appears as essential expressions. A good insight into contemporary art and a broad circle of contacts is also demanded.

The position as professor includes tutoring, research and development in the arts, to follow the development within the art field as well as in society in questions of importance for the college. Furthermore it also includes building up contacts and cooperating in various forms with the surrounding society, being a member of different decision-making bodies, and some administration.

To be qualified for an employment as professor in fine arts, the applicant must have shown both artistic and pedagogical skills.

KKH values the qualities of a balanced distribution according to sex, and an ethnical and cultural diversity.

The professorship is to begin at the earliest January 1, 2007. The employment is full time and appointed for a period of five years. KKH has the right to prolong this period with an additional five years, without the professorship being announced vacant.

For further information, contact Professor Johan Scott. For questions regarding general terms of employment, contact Eva Borgström, head of administration. Trade union representatives are Annette Felleson, TCO-OFR, and Staffan Redin, SACO-SR. They can all be reached at tel. 46 8 614 40 00.

Application with a verified CV, artistic works and other documents that the applicant wishes to present, must be submitted to Kungl. Konsthögskolan, Box 16 315, 103 26 Stockholm, in four copies, at the latest 28 September 2006.

September 15, 2006