Call for applications & Open Day 2014

Call for applications & Open Day 2014

Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

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January 22, 2014
Call for applications & Open Day 2014

Saturday 1 February 2014
Hours: 10–16hr

The Hague
opposite The Hague Central Station
Prinsessegracht 4

Application deadline for the academic year, 2014–2015: All non-EU/EEA applicants requiring an entry visa (MVV) need to apply before 1 May 2014 due to extensive visa procedure. If you wish to apply, please see our application guidelines.

Open Day 2014
The Open Day at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague is an opportunity for prospective applicants to meet tutors, staff, current students and alumni. You’ll be able to ask questions, find out about our bachelor’s as well as master’s degree programmes, see the studios and facilities and get a taste of the atmosphere of the academy. Students and tutors organize a programme with exhibitions, performance workshops, Pecha Kucha lectures, film screenings, portfolio talks and guided tours.

Royal Academy of Art The Hague
The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague is an academy for Fine Arts and Design and offers bachelors, masters, postgraduate courses, PhDs in close cooperation with the University Leiden and preparatory courses.

The Royal Academy of Art trains students to become self-aware artists and designers, able to make a meaningful contribution to their discipline and to society by means of their passion, deep expertise and experimental approach.

Research plays an important role in all curricula offered by the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. Artists and designers who have graduated from our academy position themselves as research-based artists and relate as such to their discipline and to society. During the course of study students will consistently be confronted with their environment. We invite the art world into the academy and search for confrontations with our audience. But we also engage in relations with partners who operate outside the cultural field. These forms of collaboration are an important link between the academy and society and require the entrepreneurial skills of our students. The Royal Academy of Art prepares its students for an international professional practice. For this reason we use both English and Dutch as the language of instruction. We maintain contacts with institutions all over the world. Students participate in exchange programmes and internships abroad and we annually welcome many students who study at our academy for the duration of one or two semesters. This international orientation is reflected in the composition of our academic community. With students coming from more than 60 countries every student learns to think internationally and interculturally as a matter of course.

The Royal Academy of Art, The Hague has at its disposal a diversity of workspaces covering a variety of different technique  and new technologies. These include existing and more traditional techniques, but there is also ample room for the latest state-of-the-art equipment, including a 3D printer, a 3D scanner, a portal milling machine and a risograph. We aim to facilitate every different technique and technology, always with a focus on the potential for student use. We have our own shop in the centre of The Hague where students and alumni can gain experience in selling their work. The academy covers approximately 17,000 square meters of floor area at the heart of The Hague.

Bachelors: ArtScience, Fine Arts, Graphic Design,  Interactive/Media/Design, Interior Architecture & Furniture Design, Photography and Textile & Fashion.

Masters: Artistic Research, ArtScience, Interior Architecture(INSIDE), Type & Media
Postgraduate Course: Industrial Design
In collaboration with University Leiden: Film & Photographic Studies, Mediatechnology, PhDArts

University of the Arts, The Hague
The Royal Academy of Art and the Royal Conservatoire together form the University of Arts, The Hague. The University offers Higher Professional Education in the arts to around 2000 students, as well as providing preliminary education in the field of dance, music, the visual arts and design to younger students in combination with their primary and secondary education. The Academie der Kunsten was established in collaboration with Leiden University and offers Minors, Master’s programmes and PhD courses in partnership with institutions in Amsterdam, Gent, Leuven and Antwerp.

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