Konstfack Research Week 2019

Date and time
January 28, 2019, at 09:00 AM - February 1, 2019, at 05:00 PM
Type of event
Conference
Place and route

Konstfack, LM Ericssons väg 14, Stockholm (Look at a map)
Underground station: Telefonplan (Timetables at SL)




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WELCOME to Konstfack Research Week 2019!

Meet with teachers at Konstfack, PhD candidates and other Swedish and international practitioners. Learn about research at Konstfack, including Konstfack's and KTH Royal Institute of Technology's joint doctoral programme 'Art, Technology and Design'.

Konstfack Research Week 2019 offers a rich and diverse program on/with research on artistic and scientific foundation in art, craft and design. After the first day of introducing research ('Views on Research') and the second day of highlighting the doctoral programme (KTD) the week unfolds through a parallel program of trans-institutional nodes with workshops; lectures; presentations; seminars; films; walks; site visits; and performance lectures.

Invited guests include Heba Y Amin, Maria Lind, Eva Mark, Onkar Kular, Henrik Benesch, Yane Calovski, Hanna Bergman, Delphine Bedel, Åsa Ståhl, Katja Aglert, Julia Lindemalm, Patrik Steorn, Helene Bremer, Annika Willliams, Grace Davis, Ylva Gislén, Lars Høie, Pia Lindman, Julia Lindemalm, EvaMarie Lindahl, David Redmalm, Christina Lindström, Johanna Lundberg, Peter Ström, Anna Carlmark, Farvash Razavi Kashani, Arvid Tappert, Hannes Tennberg, Basak Senova, Pia Lindman, Julia Velkova, Salomé Voegelin, Lina Lapelyte, Björn Norberg, Kira Carpelan, My Roman Fagerlind, My Lindh, Sarah Browne, Gunilla Lundahl and David Toop.

The program is open to students and PhD candidates, researchers and faculty members at Konstfack, as well as the public.

Read more and download your program here.

Konstfack Research Week 2019 is organized through Konstfack Research and doctoral studies committee (FFU), developed and coordinated by Magnus Bärtås and Magnus Ericson.



Contact
Magnus EricsonProtected address


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