Open Call for Artist - Teachers

The Fine Arts bachelor department at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) plans to bring new perspectives to its teaching team for the coming winter semester (September 2018- January 2019), mirroring the artistic ambitions of this Bachelor’s programme, the international mix of the student group and the rich cultural scene in the Netherlands. 

Applications are now closed! 

The Fine Arts bachelor department

The Fine Arts bachelor department at the KABK is an international experience. We attract students from all over the world. Within this climate of a meeting of cultures we investigate what impact the multi-national character of a world of art has on our understanding of an open and welcoming society. Our teaching language is English. Head of the department is Klaus Jung.
More information about the Bachelor Fine Arts.


About 40 artists support students in their learning. With respect to their own practice and interests, these artists divide into three groups: Sculpture, Painting & Printing and Autonoom. Autonoom indicates artistic interests which can differ from those in the other groups, more oriented towards concepts, performance, time based work and other strategies. The learning environment of the sections builds upon the interaction between the students and between the students and the group of artist-teachers. Although sections do not limit to specific artistic realisations, there are differences in discourse and programme. This specific climate builds over a period of time and changes with the change of generations of students.