PhDArts conference / Celebrating 10 years PhDArts

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do 18 oktober 2018 10:00 - vr 19 oktober 2018 17:00

PhDArts CONFERENCE

18 October, 10:00 – 18:00
19 October, 09:30 – 17:00

Venue: PJ Veth Building
Nonnensteeg 1-3, Leiden
(entrance via Rapenburg 73, Hortus Botanicus)

PhDArts FESTIVAL

18 October, 20:00 – 22:00
Venue: Het Leidse Volkshuis
Apothekersdijk 33A, Leiden

How do we establish, sustain and nourish a vital research culture in the arts?

To mark the ten-year anniversary of PhDArts, the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts (ACPA) and the University of the Arts The Hague organize a two-day conference.

Over the past 20 years, artistic research has steadily gained ground as a new research discipline in The Netherlands. PhD programs in artistic research have been established or are being developed, in a collaborative effort between universities and art schools.

With this conference, PhDArts aims to address ways to consolidate, sustain and nourish a research culture in the arts on a national level. The conference will comprise artistic presentations by researchers from a broad spectrum of disciplines enrolled at 3rd level educational institutions across the country, as well as two keynote lectures on the topic of the conference, break-out groups and artistic presentations by ACPA PhD candidates and alumni.

The aim is to gather experiences and insights from all parties involved in the field, to foster interdisciplinary collaborations between universities and art institutions nation-wide and to build a community that stimulates collaborations between colleague institutions and their different initiatives.

Programme

PhDArts CONFERENCE
Thursday October 18, 10:00 – 18:00
PJ Veth Building

Keynote lecture by dr. Henk Oosterling

Presentations by

  • Aymeric Mansoux (Willem de Kooning Academy)
  • David Weber-Krebs (ARIAS/THIRD)
  • Yael Davids (ARIAS/Creator Doctus)
  • Andrea Stultiens (Minerva Art Academy/PhDArts)

Sound installation ‘Distance / Fiction’ by Gabriel Paiuk

PhDArts FESTIVAL
Thursday October 18, 20:00 – 22:00
Het Leidse Volkshuis

Artistic presentations by

  • João Rival/Le Concert D’Apollon
  • Sophie Ernst and Elisabeth Waagmeester
  • Ned McGowan and Laurens de Boer
  • Richard Barrett
  • Suzan Tunca and Giuliano Bracci
  • Eleni Kamma and Margo van de Linde

PhDArts CONFERENCE
Friday October 19, 09:30 – 17:00
PJ Veth Building

Keynote lecture by Prof. dr. Peter-Paul Verbeek

Presentations by

  • Marlies Vermeulen and Veerle Spronck (Zuyd)
  • Riccardo Giacconi (PhDArts)
  • Shailoh Phillips (PhDArts/Critical Making consortium)
  • Anja Groten (PhDArts/Critical Making consortium)

BREAK-OUT SESSIONS

In line with the main purpose of the conference, four break-out sessions will take place on the afternoon of the second day. These sessions are meant to prompt a dialogue among the conference participants on some of the challenging areas inherent to the topic of establishing a research culture in the arts.

Each of these simultaneous sessions will focus on one area and will be moderated by a staff member of the Academy of Creative and Performing Arts.

  • Artistic Research and the Art World The session on Artistic Research and the Art World will focus on the diverse ways in which notions of research play a role in artistic practices outside of educational institutions and its relevance to the art community at large.
  • Artistic Research and Interdisciplinarity The session on Artistic Research and Interdisciplinarity will deal with the transgression of borders between inherited fields as a significant aspect of research in the arts and the emergence of hybrid fields between the arts, humanities and sciences.
  • Artistic Research and Academia The session on Artistic Research and Academia will focus on the deep exchange taking place at the root of the relationship between art and traditional research institutions - how do both domains affect the conditions for the other to exist and flourish.
  • Artistic Research and Method The session on Artistic Research and Method addresses the challenge of developing a research method, habitually conceived as a requirement for the production of knowledge in traditional domains of research, suited to the context of artistic practice.

Details

Datum

do 18 oktober 2018 10:00 - vr 19 oktober 2018 17:00

Locatie

PhDArts CONFERENCE
18 & 19 October 10:00 – 18:00
PJ Veth Building, Nonnensteeg 1-3, Leiden
(entrance via Rapenburg 73, Hortus Botanicus)

PhDArts FESTIVAL
18 October 20:00 – 22:00
Het Leidse Volkshuis, Apothekersdijk 33A, Leiden

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Entree

Due to limited seating, registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis.