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Congratulations Maja Frögård, now a PhD in Design! On 15 October, Maja Frögård successfully defended her doctoral thesis, "Negotiating Tensions – Designers' responsibilities in democratic entanglements". The opponent at the public defence was Erling Björgvinsson, Professor of design at HDK, University of Gothenburg.
Konstfack's christmas market 27-28 November
On this annual tradition students are selling their innovative works within design, art and crafts.
22-28 October, Galleri Frihamnstorget, Stockholm
The project explores designing for non-anthropocentric, ecofeminist practices of human menstrual care. We focus on how menstrual products are made, used, and discarded, with a focus on the material waste generated both by the body and by the products.
Biomenstrual exhibition
26-30 October, Trapphusgalleriet
What is our body’s relation to juridical legislation? Can a free body exist within our juridical system? Come join us for our research at Body Week to see what we may find out together!
Body Week - The Beginning of a Score
28 October, at 5:30-7:00 pm, Svarta havet
Entwining ethnography, ecology, fiction and historical enquiries, her moving image work engages with strategies of survival, resistance and resilience against violence.
Artist Talk Series: Laura Huertas Millán
30 October, at 11:30 am - 5:30 pm, Zoom webinar
The new gallery "Design 1900-Now" at the Victoria & Albert Museum investigates how designed objects reflect society. Sara Kristoffersson, Professor of Design History, is speaking about "Ikea catalogues: A commercial and pedagogical tool".
Sara Kristoffersson at The 45th Annual Symposium: Design 1900-Now
Joanna Warsza co-curating the Polish pavilion at Venice Biennale 2022 The Polish pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale 2022 will be co-curated by Joanna Warsza, CuratorLab course director at Konstfack, and Wojtek Szymanski featuring the work of Polish-Romani artist and activist Małgorzata Mirga-Tas.
29 November, at 4-6 pm, Zoom
Konstfack’s Vice Chancellor, faculty and admissions office will tell about our master's programmes, why you should apply and about the application process.
Webinar about Konstfack’s master’s programmes
Mixing and matching the luminous color palette A research and education collaboration between Konstfack’s Perceptionsstudion and KTH’s Lighting Design Lab is looking at the use of colored light in the built environment.
Vote for Konstfack graduates at the Global Design Graduate Show 2021 This year 5211 art and design students uploaded their 2020-21 end of year projects. Eleven Konstfack graduates were selected by expert judges to be part of the contest.
4 September - 21 November, GIBCA
In a new work titled "Little Petra", Lisa Tan displays a specific armchair. Prompted by an incident in a Swedish design store, the artist reflects on objects of desire and belonging, as well as the privilege to exist in a home, which not only provides shelter but also the possibility of rest.
Little Petra – Lisa Tan at Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art
28 August - 29 November, Färgfabriken
Current Industrial design students work from a biomimicry, Nature-inspired Sustainability course.
Industrial design students in exhibition on Symbiosis
Degree Exhibition 2021 Did you miss one of Konstfack’s four physical Degree Exhibitions 2021? Here are all of the graduating students’ works.
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