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SIgn up for Course Artistic Research 2016/17

Course Artistic Research 2016/17 Observing & Documenting: Practicing Artistic Research This year, the research centres for the arts will again organize a course ‘Artistic Research’ for teachers. The aim is to explore ways in which teachers can both enrich existing art documentation practices amongst students as well as fostering new practices. It aims to support teachers…

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Nieuwe publicatie: Verwondering Verkennen – Rita Hoofwijk

Het essay ‘Verwondering Verkennen’ van Rita Hoofwijk, winnares van de scriptieprijs 2015/2016, is gepubliceerd in een mooie uitgave. De publicatie is hier te downloaden. De jury van de Scriptieprijs over het essay: “Theatermaakster Rita Hoofwijk presenteert een erg zorgvuldig geschreven en spannend essay over de kunstbeleving: ‘Verwondering verkennen’. Het is een mooi voorbeeld van hoe…

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Winners thesis prize 2016/2017

On Monday October 9th, the winners of the thesis prize 2016/2017 TDA/AOK were announced during a lively workshop-event at the Arts Faculty Maastricht. This year, four thesis prizes of the Faculty of the Arts, Zuyd, year 2016-2017 are awarded to (in no particular order): – Aurélie d’Incau – Play and Social Change, A comparison of…

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Uitreiking Scriptieprijs 2017 op 9 oktober

— English below — Op maandag 9 oktober vindt de jaarlijkse uitreiking van de scriptieprijs plaats, georganiseerd door de lectoraten Autonomie en Openbaarheid in de Kunsten en Technology Driven Art. Iedereen is van harte welkom om deze uitreiking bij te wonen in de Open Space (voormalig bibliotheek aan locatie Herdenkingsplein te Maastricht) om 17.00 uur….

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Why and how to participate in arts and heritage?

On 17 and 18 March 2017, the conference ‘Participatory Practices in Arts and Heritage’ took place in Maastricht. The event, organized by Zuyd’s research centre Autonomy and the Public Sphere in the Arts (AOK) together with Maastricht Centre for Arts and Culture, Conservation & Heritage (MACCH), and the Jan van Eyck Academy, was attended by…

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Symposium ‘Drawing Instruments: or how to calibrate an artist?’

On 16 and 17 March, 2017, the first yearly symposium of the Research Centre for Arts, Autonomy and the Public Sphere entitled ‘Drawing Instruments: or how to calibrate an artist?’ took place. The symposium was the formal closing of the interdisciplinary research studio Institute of Calibration (led by Dear Hunter) which addressed the topic of…

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Winnaar Scriptieprijs 2016

De wedstrijd SCRIPTIEKUNST is een initiatief van de beide lectoraten binnen de Faculteit van de Kunsten van Hogeschool Zuyd: Technology Driven Art (Peter Missotten) en Openbaarheid en Autonomie in de Kunsten (Ruth Benschop). De scriptieprijs van de Faculteit van de Kunsten, Zuyd studiejaar 2015-2016 wordt uitgereikt aan: Rita Hoofwijk voor: ‘Verwondering verkennen’ En aan: Ties…

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Symposium – exhibition & Call for Instruments: Drawing Instruments Or: how to calibrate an artist?

symposium – exhibition Maastricht,  Herdenkingsplein 12, March 16 & 17, 2017 An open working session organized by the Research Centre for Arts, Autonomy and Public Sphere/Lectoraat Autonomie en Openbaarheid in de Kunsten, in collaboration with Dear Hunter’s Institute of Calibration Closing lecture by Lorraine Daston. In this first yearly symposium of the Lectoraat AOK, we…

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AOK at 4S Conference: Unravelling craft, technology and practical knowledge

Ruth Benschop en Anna Harris organiseren een track op de komende 4S/EASST conferentie: “Science and technology by other means: Exploring collectives, spaces and futures”, Barcelona, 31 August – 3 September 2016. Craftwork has long been synonymous with handmade, bodily engagements with tools and materials. New, often digital, technologies are currently reconfiguring craftwork in unexpected ways,…

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