Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

Royal Institute of Art

The Royal Institute of Art (RIA) in Stockholm is a leading art institution of higher education located in Stockholm with a long artistic tradition dating back to the beginning of the 18th century. The education offers both undergraduate and postgraduate studies in Fine Arts and postgraduate studies in Architecture. RIA also run an active international program with lectures, exhibitions and publications. The Vice Chancellor of the Royal Institute of Art is Sara Arrhenius.

Conference Sept 15: Curating NoThing.

On Notions of Dematerialization in the Exhibition Context. September 15 there will be an open symposium with several exciting participants …

Lecture Series: Three artists on contemporary art that focus on printing methods for graphic art

The first of three lectures will take place Sept 5 and start with Victoria Browne. After this lecture, Fay Nicholson …

In spite of our Spring exhibitions being over RIA students keep on exhibiting

21 students from MA 5 year class has been invited to exhibit at Gävle Konstcentrum with the exhibition Gone fishing. The show …

RIA Students exhibit at Carl Larsson-gården

  8 Students from RIA will participate in the exhibition Karin Konsten Kamraterna. Kvinnliga målarpionjärer at Carl Larsson-gården. Each Student …

Invitation to PhD Public Defense
Upscaling, Training, Commoning

RIA invites you to the PhD Public Defense of Ana Džokićs (part of STEALTH.unlimited) doctoral work: Upscaling, Training, Commoning Date: Monday …

R-Lab: Architecture of Ideas
meeting with Joe Osae-Addo

R-Lab welcomes you to a meeting with Joe Osae-Addo together with Katarina Tobé to discuss his Architecture of ideas, and his …

Open lecture: The artist Peter Johansson

Since 1990 Peter Johansson have been working with the experiences that his up-bringing in the 60’s and 70’s in Dalarna …

Open Lecture: Milou Allerholm: Imaginary and Political Landscapes – The Sublime

Welcome to Imaginary and Political Landscapes – The Sublime by Milou Allerholm, this will be the last open lecture in …

Artist Talk: Transform/Translate by artist and professor Ingo Vetter

  Transform/Translate A report on Asian production sites used to manufacture international art. How do works of art, and particularly …

Open lecture: Fredrik Svensk: A Non-anthropocentric Criticism of Nature?

Time: Friday April 7, kl 10.00–12.00 Place: Lecture hall, level 4, Royal Institute of Art, Skeppsholmen Fredrik Svensk is an …


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