Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

Royal Institute of Art

The Royal Institute of Art is a leading art institution of higher education located in Stockholm that offers both undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Fine Arts and postgraduate studies in Architecture.

The 2017 residency in Abisko ends with a seminar February 16

RIA has for five years collaborated with the Abisko Scientific Research Station through a residency. Right now there are ongoing debates …

Open lecture: Nature is good – the nature documentary image

The art history course during the Spring will focus on different ideas of nature. The lectures depart from the past …

Open lecture: Imaginary and political landscapes, part 1

The art history lectures during Spring 2017 will have a special focus on Nature. Milou Allerholm will start with a talk …

Open lecture: The curatorial and its mediation

Nina Möntmann, Professor of Art Theory and the History of Ideas at the Royal Institute of Art, will introduce her …

KKH-student nominee for a Dragon Award at Gothenburg Filmfestival

We congratulate Master Student Theresa Traore Dahlberg who is nominated for a Dragon Award in the category Best Nordic Documentary …

Fourth year students exhibit in Helsinki

In January, the 1st year master students in Fine Art of the Royal Institute of Art from Stockholm, presented their …

Modernism and cultural heritage – an issue for the future Lectures and discussions

Lectures and discussions Royal Institute of Art / Architectural Conservation Monday 16th January 09.15-16.30 Wessel de Jonge, Netherlands – Heritage …

Open House 2017

The Royal Institute of Art welcome you to Open House! Location: Flaggmansvägen 1, Skeppsholmen Time: Tuesday 24 January 15.00-18.00 During the …

The Right to a Dignified Image

Panel discussion: The Right to a Dignified Image Film screening: Abounaddara Snapshots of History in The Making (52 min, 2014) …

What is a Mask?
international conference

curated by Catherine Malabou This international conference is part of the 2017 Research Week at the Royal Institute of Art …


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