Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University, Leiden (NL)
Celebrating 10 years PhDArts – How do we establish, sustain and nourish a vital research culture in the arts?
To mark the ten-year anniversary of PhDArts, the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA) and the University of the Arts The Hague organize a two-day conference.
Over the past 20 years, artistic research has steadily gained ground as a new research discipline in The Netherlands. PhD programs in artistic research have been established or are being developed, in a collaborative effort between universities and art schools. With this conference, PhDArts aims to address ways to consolidate, sustain and nourish a research culture in the arts on a national level. The conference will comprise artistic presentations by researchers from a broad spectrum of disciplines enrolled at 3rd level educational institutions across the country, as well as two keynote lectures on the topic of the conference, break-out groups and artistic presentations by ACPA PhD candidates and alumni.
PROGRAMME PHDARTS CONFERENCE
Thursday October 18, 10:00 – 18:00
PJ Veth Building
Keynote lecture by dr. Henk Oosterling
Aymeric Mansoux (Willem de Kooning Academy)
David Weber-Krebs (ARIAS/THIRD)
Yael Davids (ARIAS/Creator Doctus)
Andrea Stultiens (Minerva Art Academy/PhDArts)
Sound installation ‘Distance / Fiction’ by Gabriel Paiuk
Thursday October 18, 20:00 – 22:00
Het Leidse Volkshuis
Artistic presentations by
João Rival/Le Concert D’Apollon
Sophie Ernst and Elisabeth Waagmeester
Ned McGowan and Laurens de Boer
Suzan Tunca and Giuliano Bracci
Eleni Kamma and Margo van de Linde
Friday October 19, 09:30 – 17:00
PJ Veth Building
Keynote lecture by Prof. dr. Peter-Paul Verbeek
Break-out sessions on
Artistic Research and the Art World
Artistic Research and Interdisciplinarity
Artistic Research and Academia
Artistic Research and Method
Among the staff and guest speakers are: Joost Grootens, university lecturer at the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University, professor of Information Architecture at the Master Editorial Design of ISIA Urbino, head of the master programme Information Design at Design Academy Eindhoven; Janneke Wesseling, Professor in the Practice and Theory of Research in the Visual Arts and director of PhDArts at the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA), Leiden University and professor in Art Theory & Practice at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague; and Alice Twemlow, lector of Design and the Deep Future at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague and associate professor at the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts, Leiden University.
Only for PhDArts students.