1. PhDArts

    PhDArts offers an international, high-level doctorate in art and design. The PhDArts research trajectory consists of two elements: individual research and participation in the doctoral study programme. An appropriate team of supervisors is sought for each doctoral student. The doctoral study programme, which consists of lectures, seminars, trainings, and workshops, is an essential part of the research environment in which the student undertakes his or her research.

  2. Doctoral students

    1. All doctoral students

    To obtain her doctoral degree visual artist Sophie Ernst will publicly defend her research project entitled THE MAGIC OF PROJECTION; AUGMENTATION AND IMMERSION IN MEDIA ART. The public defense takes place in two stages. On Wednesday 7 December 2016 at 16.00 Ernst will publicly elucidate the artistic work in the exhibition MEMORY: ARCHITECTURE OF BELONGING for the Doctoral Examination Committee, at the Gallery of the Royal Academy of Art The Hague. On Thursday 8 December 2016 at 13.45 Ernst will defend her dissertation in the Senate Chamber of Leiden University. 

  3. Programme

      1. PHDARTS FALL PROGRAMME 2016
      2. 21 September – 9 December 2016
      3. This semester, the PhDArts doctoral study programme will consist of lectures and workshops by PhDArts staff and invited guests, as well as presentations by doctoral students of their individual research projects. Among the guest speakers are: Erik Viskil, researcher, writer and advisor to cultural institutions and Mihnea Mircan, a curator based in Belgium.
        Only for PhDArts students.

      4. Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (NL)
  4. Individual projects

    1. All individual projects
      1. Imm com
      2. The Variational Status
      3. 7 December 2016 – 11 February 2017
      4. The solo exhibition 'The Variational Status' at the ar/ge kunst is the first public presentation of a research project by artist Riccardo Giacconi that investigates the relationship between a range of narrative forms (puppetry, street storytellers, flyers and pamphlets) and a series of pre-political acts of revolt staged between Italy and South America. 

      5. ar/ge kunst, Bolzano (IT)
      6. www.argekunst.it
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      2. PhD Defense
      3. 30 November – 8 December 2016
      4. To obtain her doctoral degree visual artist Sophie Ernst will publicly defend her research project entitled THE MAGIC OF PROJECTION; AUGMENTATION AND IMMERSION IN MEDIA ART. The public defense takes place in two stages. 

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      1. Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution
      2. 1 October – 18 December 2016
      3. Basma Hamdy's project 'Walls of Freedom: Street Art of the Egyptian Revolution' will be featured as one of two main sections of the exhibition 'Fighting Walls: Street Art in Egypt And Iran'. 

      4. New Art Exchange (NAE), Nottingham (UK)
      5. www.nae.org.uk
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      2. Dream Out Loud
      3. 26 August 2016 – 1 January 2017
      4. Studio Joost Grootens designed the exhibition graphics for the exhibition 'Dream Out Loud' presented at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

      5. Amsterdam (NL)
      6. www.stedelijk.nl
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      1. THE KIDS WANT COMMUNISM
      2. 25 February 2016 – 21 January 2017
      3. Yota Ioannidou takes part in the public series of events entitled ‘The Kids Want Communism’, marking the ninety-nine years to the Bolshevik Revolution. 
        Opening MoBY-Museums of Bat Yam: February 25, 20.00–23.00

      4. Struma 6, Bat Yam (IL)
      5. tkwc.tumblr.com
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  5. Admission

    The yearly application deadlines for PhDArts are 1 April and 1 October. Accepted applicants can join the programme in September or January of each year.

  6. Contact

    PhDArts c/o Judith Westerveld
    Prinsessegracht 4
    2514 AN Den Haag
    The Netherlands
    Phone: +31 (0)70 315 47 55


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