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Call for applications: MFA in Art & Public Space
Oslo National Academy of the Arts
Above: Rodrigo Ghattas, MFA Degree Exhibition 2018. Photo: Øystein Thorvaldsen.
Above: Rodrigo Ghattas, MFA Degree Exhibition 2018. Photo: Øystein Thorvaldsen.

Application deadline: February 1, 2019

Oslo National Academy of the Arts
Fossveien 24
P.O. Box 6853, St. Olavs plass
0130 Oslo
Norway

T +47 22 99 55 00
[email protected]

www.artandpublicspace.net
khio.no
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The Master of Art and Public Space is a two-year Master program running since 2014 at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. It is a trans disciplinary study program, recruiting students from various backgrounds. The study is situated at the crossroads where artistic practices intersect with different contemporary theories. The program focuses on how art and artistic practices operate in, use and relate to, the public sphere, beyond the conventional art institutions.

At the core of the program is the development of art projects, employing qualitative research methods and methodologies, analyzing and exploring art in the context of different publics, social structures and politics of space. The study program provides practical and theoretical insights into art as a diverse and complex area and is intended to contribute to innovative approaches to artistic research and development within the area of art and public sphere.

Oslo National Academy of the Arts is Norway’s largest college of higher education in the field of visual and performing art with over 550 students and currently offers 24 study programmes in six departments: Art and Craft, Design, The Academy of Fine Art, The Academy of Dance, The Academy of Opera, and The Academy of Theatre.

Oslo National Academy of the Arts is a public state funded institution with no tuition fee for students.

The Art and Craft department is committed to the making and understanding of contemporary art by cultivating specialist activities within an interdisciplinary environment. Our BFA and MFA study programmes encompass medium and material-based artistic practice in Ceramics, Print and Drawing, Metal and Jewellery, Textile. The department also offers an MFA Programme in Art and Public Space.

December 18, 2018

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Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Oslo