<# CurrentPage.LeftContent>
Konstfack in the time of coronavirus
Education and research at Konstfack is currently being carried on primarily in the form of distance education, and the school is closed to outside visitors until further notice. Completion of degree projects is given priority in the workshops, and will later be displayed digitally on our homepage.
Many have wondered how artistic education can be conducted remotely. We respond that the transition has exceeded our expectations thanks to digital and physical aids, creative staff and understanding students.
Erik Sigurdson, who teaches the Department of Visual Arts and Sloyd Education, demonstrates one of many examples:

Read more: Coronavirus: information for students and staff
Welcome to many experiences in Konstfack's digital exhibition space. An opportunity to take part in all the great things that happen at school, until we open our doors again. Here you experience and get information about the graduating students' works in filmed exhibitions, interviews and texts. More will be added.
Video documentation from Konstfack Research Week 2020 A selection of lectures and presentations from Konstfack Research Week on 27-31 January 2020.
Degree Exhibition 2020 Konstfack’s Degree Exhibition 2020 will present 200 graduating students’ projects.
Hulda one of Sight Unseen's favorite objects of 2020 The online magazine "Sight Unseen" has selected the Konstfack student Siri Svedborg's "Hulda" armchair as one of their favorite objects of 2020 so far.
Alumni about Konstfack Some of Konstfack's many alumni tell about their time at and their memories of the school.
Konstfack's Vice-Chancellor Maria Lantz has been interviewed about the 175 year book by the Stockholm guide "Totally Stockholm".
Konstfack Alumni
Konstfack Alumni
Konstfack Alumni is a network including approximately 1800 artists, designers, pedagogues and curators, all of them with a degree from Konstfack.

Updated: 30 October 2016