24-28 January, Konstfack and Zoom
Konstfack Research Week 2022, Curiouser & Curiouser, explores interdisciplinary perspectives on tactile, social, psychological and perhaps even magical aspects from the areas of art, craft, design, interior architecture and furniture design, visual communication and teacher education.
Research Week 2022
Open for late application
Research Lab explores, both through thinking and studio work, the role of craft today and what it can tell us about ourselves and society. It is a focused, one year course aimed at craft professionals.
Cecilia Levy, Pjäs, 2021. Foto: Karin Björkquist
17 January - 20 February, Superellipsen at Sergels Torg
The exhibition takes us to the mysteries of life, where everything is in constant motion. We get to meet nature's fascinating properties, its vulnerability, various physical phenomena, materials, structures and reflections on everyday life.
In Motion – an open contemporary art scene
20-30 January, Galleri Konstfack I
Exhibition by Malin Lin Nordström, graduating student at the master's programme in Fine Arts.
Futile Endeavors / MFA exhibition by Malin Lin Nordström
19 June 2021 - 3 April 2022, Bildmuseet, Umeå Arts Campus
The exhibition showcases architectural answers to the challenges of the current environmental emergency, featuring innovative solutions, new materials and alternative ways of conceiving architecture and urban space.
Architectures of Transition
Martín Ávila About living systems, relationships, ecological literacy and scorpions. Martín Ávila is a Professor of design and responsible for the master's programme for new students from the autumn of 2022 called Design Ecologies. Here he talks about the new content.
An extraordinarily friendly solution for the bollards Alicia Knight, student at the master's programme Individual Study Plan in Design, year 1, is the winner of Perimeter Protection's design competition "Friendly Barrier". The prize is SEK 30,000 with a possibility of compensation if the competition entry goes into production.
Alumni The alumni are Lasse Åberg, Lena Bergström, Lotta Kühlhorn, Matti Klenell, Oscar Guermouche and Sepidar Hosseini.
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Due to all the news articles that have followed the one published in DN on 2021-02-01 with the headline "No, the Vita Havet exhibition at Konstfack has nothing to do with racism," we have put together a compilation below. It consists partly of some texts in which our Vice-Chancellor Maria Lantz comments on the events and partly of links to some of the articles, as well as TV and radio reportage. There is also a summary of the results of the work environment investigation that has been carried out, with a brief commentary from the Vice-Chancellor.
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: 18 June 2021