Research at Konstfack
Research and Artistic development at Konstfack aims to broaden and deepen the school's existing body of knowledge in the areas of art, design, crafts, art education and visual communication in an environment that is analytical, critical and creative.
The research consists of both graduate students and several externally funded research projects in collaboration with many partners. In addition, many artistic development (KU) projects are going on, aimed at developing new content and expression of artistic activity - an important catalyst for further projects and a vital part of the education.
There are many successfully completed and ongoing research projects at Konstfack, funded from national research councils, public arts and cultural grants, industrial commissions, and internally funded as artistic development (KU).
New PhD program in collaboration with KTH responds to future needs of society .
Get to know the graduate students at Konstfack- Petra Bauer, Frida Hållander, Nina Hällgren, Katji Lindberg and Andreas Nobel.
The National research school in the field of arts- with Konstfacks graduate students Petra Bauer and Frida Hållander - puts Swedish artistic research in an international frontline.
Design Faculty is a national center for design research based at KTH, during 2013-2014 housed at Konstfack.
Konstfack´s research strategy. Topics include Konstfack as a strong node for artistic development with an established tradition of community involvement.