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2-3 December, Konstfack
Two days of coziness, art and design. Come and enjoy Konstfack's versatile creativity. There is something for everyone!
Konstfack's Christmas Market
Application deadline: 15 January 2024
A cooperation between the three subjects Ceramic and Glass, Textile and Jewellery and Corpus.
Design Ecologies
We educate design practitioners to complement living systems and affirm social and biological diversity.
Fine Art
An individualised Master's programme in fine art with a focus on strong self-reflection as well as development and intensification of your artistic project.
Spatial Design
The programme offers individual in-depth studies and personal development within the fields of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design.
Visual Communication
A norm creative Master's programme in visual communication with a focus on your own work in graphic design and/or illustration.
Film about Konstfacks masters programmes Watch the film where the Vice-Chancellor, teachers and students share good things to know if you are thinking of applying.
Freestanding courses – starting autumn 2024
Application deadline: 15 January 2024
CuratorLab, 60 credits
Curatorial course for professionals in Arts, Crafts, Design and Architecture.
Research Lab CRAFT!, 60 credits
The course explores, both through thinking and studio work, the role of craft today, what research in craft can be, and what it can do to, and tell us about, ourselves and society.
2-10 December, Scenkonstmuseet, Stockholm
En ljud- och ljusinstallation inspirerad av Nobelprisbelönad forskning om våra kroppars inre, biologiska klockor.
Circadian Waves: Resonances – Nobel Week Lights
4-6 December, KTH Arkitekturskolan, Stockholm
Daylight and electric light are an integral part of our built environment, and the sustainable design of lighting in this context, its presence, absence and variability over time requires research and practice that is both trans- and interdisciplinary.
Light Symposium
6 december, 4:30-6:00 pm, Zoom
Lecture with Shirin Salla: Taking our time and getting lost in world maps from the SWANA (Southwest Asia & North Africa) region from the 9th to the 18th century CE, this talk is an invitation to see the world anew.
Open School: To go South, one must go up: a stroll through maps of SWANA
6-8 December, Svarta havet, Konstfack
Lighting Days present a broader perspective of sustainability lighting which includes aspects from regulations, components and recycling to perceived light quality and wellbeing.
Lighting Days
14-17 December, Gallery Konstfack
An exhibition by thirteen artists with different backgrounds who investigate and orient themselves within photography.
LOOK, SEE, THIS! 13 contemporary photographic gazes
Parasto Backman Konstfack senior lecturer Parasto Backman was awarded for "Best printed communication project". The award cermony took place during the Triennale Milano on 10 November.
Funds for the Perception Studio Konstfack's unique workshop where teaching and research around light, color, materials, visual perception and spatial experience takes place receives funds to develop course packages and educational materials.
Black box Three million SEK is awarded to Palle Torsson, Senior Lecturer in Fine art, for the research project "Ada Research: a Meta-Quest into the World of Algorithms" which, among other things, will make visible what has been displaced by the systems.
6 October - 14 January, Schmuckmuseum Pforzheim, Germany
Current and former teachers as well as alumni of Konstfack's Jewellery and Corpus programme, participate in this international exhibition.
Gone Astray Jewellery and utensils on the fringe of reason
16 September - 11 February, Accelerator, Stockholm
Professor Lisa Tan's exhibition presents both new and existing works that for this context act together in a unified gesture.
Dodge and/or Burn
16 January, 1-7 pm, Konstfack
You will find out more about our Bachelor's and Teacher's Education programmes.
Open House
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: 27 May 2023