ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT WORK - KU
Artistic development work covers a broad spectrum at the Royal Institute of Art as the school’s programmes and courses include practical and theoretical studies within fine art, architecture and restoration art.
Those eligible to apply for KU-funding at the Royal Institute of Art are: employed teachers, enrolled master students (or ’magister’ students), students at Mejan Arc, doctoral candidates, project students, and those guest students and special students who study at the advanced level. External co-applicants are allowed. The application is done at the end of the year.
The research projects should be clearly formulated and be of interest to the Royal Institute of Art in respect of artistic research perspectives. The projects should offer new knowledge and insights within the artistic field and also be possible to complete within a two-year period.
Since 2011 the school has introduced an annual Research Week. Current and completed KU-projects are presented, together with in-progress presentations made by doctoral candidates, Mejan Residents and other researchers. The KU-projects also contribute to the educational programmes at the school through additional opportunities to share experiences such as exhibitions, workshops, happenings, lectures and seminars.
The selection of the KU-projects is made through an initial discussion in the school’s Research Committee which presents its proposed list to the Education and Research Board where the final decision is made.
Read more about the individual KU-projects using the menu on the left.