Doctoral studentships: Call for applications 2021–2022
SKH is announcing seven new doctoral studentships in the third–cycle subject area Performative and Media–Based Practices with effect from January 2023. The call for applications is open between 15 December 2021–14 February 2022.
Performative and Media–Based practices is an artistic doctoral programme which offers possibilities for artists to reflect in, on and through artistic practice.
The aim of the programme is to enable doctoral candidates to independently and reflectively plan, execute and document an artistic enquiry which creates insights and methodologies through - and in relation to - artistic practice, and which are articulated and disseminated in ways that are publicly accessible. The education emphasizes the vital role transdisciplinary discourse plays in the development and articulation of new knowledge in contemporary art practices and processes.
The specialisations within the subject area are film and media, choreography, opera and performing arts.
- Within the specialization area Film and Media, SKH is currently developing research in new narrative formats and innovative use and/or design of audiovisual technology as well as practices that enable participatory, immersive or other experimental formats. This year’s call is in this area.
- Within the specialization area Performing Arts, SKH is currently developing research in audiovisual design with a focus on sustainability. This year’s call is in this area.
- Within the specialization areas Opera and Choreography the call this year is open (no particular research area specified).
Preliminary timetable 2021-2023
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