Public Colloquium 2021 of the Artistic Research PhD Programme

12 May – 24 May, 2021: digital content online (https://publiccolloquium.uni-ak.ac.at/2021/)
18 May – 20 May, 2021: symposium stream (Zoom)

Registration until 14 May, 2021: zff@uni-ak.ac.at

The University of Applied Arts Vienna provides the possibility to (virtually) take part in this year’s Public Colloquium of the Artistic Research PhD Programme.

In accordance with the measures concerning COVID-19, the Public Colloquium 2021 will be held online. It will consist of pre-recorded audio-visual presentations made by PhD candidates showing the current developments of their artistic-research projects, a collection of reviews on the presentations, and an online symposium stream (Zoom Webinar), in which all participants meet to exchange, reflect and discuss.

In order to take part and get access to the content, please register by writing to zff@uni-ak.ac.at until 14 May. Following your registration, we will send the link to the material and symposium stream.

We’re looking forward to seeing you in the stream!

Hosted by:
Margarete Jahrmann, University Professor of the Artistic Research PhD Programme and Alexander Damianisch, Head of Zentrum Fokus Forschung.

Contributions from:
Niels Bonde, Erik Bünger, Margit Busch, Cristiana de Marchi, Bogomir Doringer, Barbara Graf, Tamás Páll, Micha Payer, Ana Rajcevic, Barbis Ruder, Fabian Weiss

Image: JahrmannMoswitzer, 2021.12 May – 25 May, 2021: digital content online (https://publiccolloquium.uni-ak.ac.at/2021/)
18 May – 20 May, 2021: symposium stream (Zoom)

Registration until 10 May, 2021: zff@uni-ak.ac.at

The University of Applied Arts Vienna provides the possibility to (virtually) take part in this year’s Public Colloquium of the Artistic Research PhD Programme.

In accordance with the measures concerning COVID-19, the Public Colloquium 2021 will be held online. It will consist of pre-recorded audio-visual presentations made by PhD candidates showing the current developments of their artistic-research projects, a collection of reviews on the presentations, and an online symposium stream (Zoom Webinar), in which all participants meet to exchange, reflect and discuss.

In order to take part and get access to the content, please register by writing to zff@uni-ak.ac.at until 10 May. Following your registration, we will send the link to the material and symposium stream.

We’re looking forward to seeing you in the stream!

Hosted by: Margarete Jahrmann, University Professor of the Artistic Research PhD Programme and Alexander Damianisch, Head of Zentrum Fokus Forschung.

Image: JahrmannMoswitzer, 2021.

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