Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

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Press contact: Marina Krig
E-mail: marina.krig@kkh.se



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Welcome to the opening of the exhibition Island Life

During May 4 – 9 the Royal Institute of Art presents the exhibition Island Life, a presentation of sound art …

New deadline for applications: Critical Images

The Unknown Soldier, Abounaddara, 2012.

We are changing the last day of application for the course: Critical Images (30 ECTS) to May 7 2018. Read …

Conference: Decolonizing Architecture

“Decolonizing Architecture: Internal Colonialism – Refugee and Colonial Heritage – Knowledge Production” is a conference organized by the Decolonizing Architecture advanced …

The Voices – a sound workshop with guest professor Susan Philipsz

Sound workshop with Susan Philipsz, 2018.

During the Spring the guest professor Susan Philipsz has lead a sound workshop for students of fine arts to explore …

Annika Larsson

Researcher (2018-2020) Non-Knowledge, Laughter and the Moving Image ’How can the Moving Image and the Laughing Body become agents for …

KKH students in collaboration with Örebro County Museum

The exhibition “Ingen Äger Tid” is a creative research collaboration between Örebro County Museum and students from Royal Institute of …

Isotop: Exhibition 27-29 April in Sweden’s first nuclear reactor

Welcome to the exhibition ISOTOP. Students from the Royal Institute of Art Stockholm (KKH) and Karlsruhe University of Arts and …

Time to apply to our courses in Architecture

Foto: Riksantikvarieämbetet, Östra Stallet

Spring Term 2018 includes the following advanced-level courses in Architecture: “Decolonizing Architecture – Displacement, Migration and Colonial Heritage”, “Architectural Conservation”, …

Open Lecture: E2-E4 Ane Hjort Guttu, The Mediator

Welcome to Rutiga Golvet at the Royal Institute of Art for the seventh spring session of the E2-E4 program, on …

Unique collaboration between the Royal Institute of Art and the Public Art Agency within the Area of Art and Architecture

The Royal Institute of Art and the Public Art Agency break new ground in education and research where public art, …


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