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Tuesday 14.02.2017

Call for applications: MA Programme Scenography at HKU University of the Arts Utrecht


MA Programme Scenography
HKU University of the Arts Utrecht
http://www.hku.nl/scenography

Info

Submission deadline: 31 March 2017 Degree: Master of Arts (CROHO code 49114) Please note: online application only!

Contact

rita.hoogland@hku.nl
Rita Hoogland
+31 (0)30 2393 300

Address

http://www.hku.nl/scenography
HKU Pastoe Factory
Rotsoord 3
3523 CL Utrecht
The Netherlands

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MA Programme Scenography

Are you a visual artist, a theatre or performance designer, a theatre maker or director, a light designer, a visual dramaturg, a multimedia artist, an architect or spatial designer, a curator of events, or involved in scenographic art practice in any other way or ambitious to be so? Are you eager to develop your work through practice and research? We welcome students who have just completed their Bachelor's degree and are capable of conducting research independently, as well as artists who have already been working as professionals at Bachelor's level for several years. The programme of 120 credits is a full-time course distributed over two academic years. Please visit our website or contact us for more information.