Stockholm University of the Arts organizes an annual Research Week for researchers, teachers and doctoral candidates to present either research projects or development work to colleagues, students and the public.
The purpose of the Research Week is to share, experience and exchange the many different approaches to, and perspectives on the artistic research happening at Uniarts.
During Research Week, research projects may be presented in their very early stages or as a final iteration, as a fragment or a single element of a larger project, as a participatory event, a demonstration of practice, or an experiment into presentation formats and/or exposition modes.
Research Week actively develops the Uniarts community, providing a perfect opportunity for the entire student and staff body to experience, participate in, learn about and contribute to our growing research culture. Research Week is open to the public.
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Photo: Bengt Söderström. Eli Bø ”Case study 1 – Moving image storytelling and a space as a narrative tool", Lena Stefenson ”Movement and Storytelling”, Research Week 2018.