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Honours Programme and Radboud University meet musician Lavinia Meijer
Honours Programme and Radboud University meet musician Lavinia Meijer Honours Programme and Radboud University meet musician Lavinia Meijer

Research

Honours Programme and Radboud University meet musician Lavinia Meijer

Research at ArtEZ is defined by who we are – as individuals, and as a collective. We are a critical, collaborative, and creative community in which professorships, centres of expertise, valorasation units and (master's) education join in addressing urgent and emergent questions of our times. We approach artistic research as a transformative practice to create meaningful and caring engagements for a future of humane and ethical possibilities.

Research

Making Other Kinds of Futures

The Research Manifesto is a call for action, for the communities that we work with, and for ourselves, to engage with the social, technological, embodied, affective, and material transformations of our practice.

ArtEZ Research Manifesto

Professorships

The professorships at ArtEZ are structural interventions to create an intellectual movement that addresses the key idea of ‘Another is Possible’: Another future, another emotion, another idea, another life, another us.

Valorasation

Research at ArtEZ is also conducted in the context of valorasation:

Master's programmes

The ArtEZ Master's programmes form a critical community of change makers in a world in transformation. A creative community of seekers and finders with the in-between space as a response to new realities. A passionate community of motivated learners, daring to make the difference.

At ArtEZ, this is how we see the role of research in the arts and our Master's programmes: practising and exploring possible futures in reality, venturing critically and embracing the artistic experiment, communicating this in the exciting and ever-changing context of global society with energy and vision.

Honours Programme

Bachelor students can apply for the Honours Programme, that is designed for art students who seek for prospects and challenges beyond their known creative territory. The Honours Programme encourages you to better articulate your vision and situate your work in a broader context. It provides a basis for further research – artistic, academic or otherwise.

Research and experimentation

Research also consists of experimenting and trying new things, such as new technologies. What can they contribute to music, fashion or the development of products? The answer is ‘a great deal’, as is evident from the various projects and workshops that have taken place at ArtEZ in recent years. In ArtEZ’s own research laboratory, ArTechLab, students of all disciplines are able to conduct experiments – often in collaboration with universities and companies..