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Call for applications: Five-year and Master programmes in Fine Art
Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm
Above: Courtesy Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Photo: Patrick Miller.
Above: Courtesy Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. Photo: Patrick Miller.

Application deadline: March 2, 2020, 11:59pm

Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm
Flaggmansvägen 1
SE-111 49 Stockholm
Sweden

T +46 8 614 40 00
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A place for the making of art
The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm is a leading artistic higher education institution with a long tradition dating back to the beginning of the 18th century. The institute offers a combination of artistic breadth and excellence within both undergraduate and Master programmes in Fine Art. More than anything the Royal Institute is a place for the making of art. Professional artists teach a wide range of disciplines here, ranging from graphics, painting and sculpture, to video, audio, photography, interactive techniques and performance. Read more about the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

Artistic work and sharing of knowledge
At the Royal Institute of Art, the students’ artistic work lies at the heart of all teaching. Students compose their own education, choosing from a wide range of workshops, courses and lectures. Each student has a renowned artist as supervising professor responsible for the student’s artistic development. In consultation with the professor students set up their individual studies—and long-term objectives. The student and the professor have regular studio sessions and all students form part of a mixed-year students group. Find out more about teaching at the Royal Institute of Art.

Studying Fine Art at the Royal Institute of Art
The programmes in Fine Art at the Royal Institute of Art differ structurally from many other educational outlines. The Royal Institute of Art offers two programmes: A five-year programme in Fine Art and a Master in Fine Art programme. The Master programme follows the structure of year 4 and 5 of the five-year programme. Most of your time at the institute will be spent on courses in individual artistic practice. The content of these courses is determined by yourself in consultation with your supervisior. Individual artistic practice at the Royal Institute of Art enables you to work independently in the studio and in the institute’s many workshops as well as to choose from the multitude of optional course elements offered on an internal course catalogue. Course elements range from introductions to specific workshops to elements focusing on skills and technique and semester- and year-long thematic units. Read more about the applications process.

Independent artistic development, experimentation and critical discussion
Amongst the Royal Institute of Art’s approximately 230 students unfolds an extensive field of artistic expressions, attitudes and temperaments. Key concepts are independent artistic development, experimentation and critical discussion. The Royal Institute of Art is located in the centre of Stockholm, at the heart of Northern Europe’s most active art scene. Students at the Royal Institute of Art have extensive opportunities to take part in international exchange programmes with some of the foremost arts organisations around the world. Field trips, projects and exhibitions abroad are complemented by annual international visiting lecturers and teachers. The Royal Institute of Art is an international place by its very nature. Recently the Royal Institute of Art has participated and exhibited at the Venice Biennale, Manifesta, Performa NYC and the Oslo Biennale. Apply now to the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm.

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