Lecture by key note speaker Aglaia Konrad, visual artist, Brussels
With a short introduction by Janneke Wesseling.


A two-day international conference on artistic research and the PhD in visual art and design.
5 and 6 February 2010 at the Royal Academy of the Art (KABK), The Hague.

In September 2008, PhDArts launched an international doctoral programme in visual art and design. PhDArts is a collaboration of the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts of Leiden University and the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.

The conference addresses the following issues:

The position of the PhD in visual art and design within the field of education and the art world:
A. the significance of artistic research for art education and university education.
B. the interaction between research culture and artistic practice.

Keynote speakers:
Paul Carter, creative director of Material Thinking; Professor at Melbourne University
Stephan Dillemuth, visual artist; Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich
Henri Jacobs, visual artist, Brussels; Rietveld Research Resident Amsterdam 2009-2010
Aglaia Konrad, visual artist, Brussels
Graeme Sullivan, Professor of Art Education Teachers at College Columbia University, New York
Kitty Zijlmans, Professor of Contemporary Art History and Theory, School of Art History, Leiden University

more info: lectoraatktp.nl

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