Call for applications - first deadline December 15, 2013|
November 22 2013
First application deadline: December 15, 2013
Upload your application documents for MA Fine Art before December 15 if you need to know the results of your application at an early date. Results will become available at the end of January 2014, in time for most scholarship programmes that you may wish to apply to.
The MA Fine Art programme is eligible for the Netherlands Fellowship Programme.
There next application deadline will be in April 2014.
Open Source Tribunal - performance Saturday 23 Nov.|
November 21 2013
The first session of the Open Source Tribunal: National Democratic Movement of the Philippines against those responsible for the Unnatural disaster of typhoon Haiyan
Location: Nicolaikerk, Nicolaaskerkhof 8 Utrecht Date: Saturday 23 November, 15.00 - 17.00
The platform of the Open Source Tribunal has been developed during New World Academy (NWA) in which MA Fine Art students have participated.
For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/opensourcetribunal Read more
November 30, Open day at MaHKU, MA Fine Art|
November 18 2013
Meet staff, students and graduates of the MaHKU MA Fine Art programme on Saturday, November 30 during our faculty's open day. From 10.00 to 16.00 you are welcome at the Faculty of Visual Arts and Design, Ina Boudier-Bakkerlaan 50. See here how to get there. Read more
How to Act - Tiong Ang at Lumen Travo|
November 15 2013
Tiong Ang (core lecturer MA Fine Art) presents 'How To Act' for his solo show at Lumen Travo Gallery. He gets assistance from MA Fine Art alumni in 'The Artist' enacted by/Featuring Hiroomi Horiuchi, Robbert Wittendorp & Alejandro Ramirez Opening: November 28, 17.00 - 19.00 Exhibition: November 28 - December 21, 2013 Location: Lumen Travo Gallery, Lijnbaansgracht 314, Amsterdam Read more
New World Academy|
November 07 2013
MA Fine Art students participate in New World Academy, an initiative of artist Jonas Staal and BAK basis voor actuele kunst. New world Academy invites political organizations to share with artist and students their views on the role of art and culture in political struggles.
On Saturday November 23 a public performance will be held at Centraal Museum Utrecht from 15.00 to 17.00 Read more
Open Call Unnoticed Live Art|
November 06 2013
In the spring of 2014 222lodge will organize a festival for Unnoticed Live Art.
The festival for Unnoticed Art balances on the line between public and private. It shows artworks hiding in normality. The language, used to express the works, fits in the average social behaviour in public space and, because of that, will probably remain unnoticed to bystanders. Read more
Suspended Histories opens at Museum van Loon|
October 03 2013
On October 4th Suspended Histories opens at Museum van Loon.
Suspended Histories is a contemporary art exhibition curated by Thomas Berghuis, that has the Dutch East India Company (VOC) past of the Van Loon family as a starting point.
Partcipating artists are MaHKU core tutor Tiong Ang, Arahmainani, Simryn Gill, Ni Haifeng, Newell Harry, Yee I-Lann, Mella Jaarsma, Donna Ong, Lisa Reihana, Fiona Tan & Titarubi.
The exhibition runs from October 5, 2013 until January 20, 2014.
Museum Van Loon Keizersgracht 672 1017 ET Amsterdam, firstname.lastname@example.org Read more
Ma Fine Art performance at Istanbul Biennale|
September 16 2013
Under the inspired leadership of core-tutor Tiong Ang MA Fine Art alumni present a communal project at the Istanbul Biennale.
The Pavilion of Distance 2 (Cross Roads and Hazy Maze). Tiong Ang's collective production, is a confrontation of two film projects where artistic thinking processes dissolve into public space: a rhythmic montage of a modernistic, impersonal suburban scenery versus the narration of a temporary formation of a group of young artists within an urban setting. A singular, performative event will juxtapose the moving, pre-recorded images with their real-life counterpoint. (Cast: Sebastian Gonzalez de Gortari, Eduarda Estrella, Adriana Ramirez, Robert Wittendorp, Hiroomi Horiuchi, Frans van Lent, Heleen Langkamp, Sobia Zaidi. Crew: Ryan de Haan, Martina Stavrou, Zeynep Kayan, Efrat Gal. Director of photography and editing: Alejandro Ramirez).
Performance September 13, 2013 Exhibition dates: September 14 - October 20, 2013 Venue: Rezan Has Museum Address: Kadir Has cad. 34083 Cibali, Istanbul Read more
MaHKUplatform, 2013, June 20-30|
June 06 2013
MA FINE ART
Let' s Get Physical-Interventions In and Through the City
Location: Kapitaal, Plompetorengracht 4, Utrecht.
Opening: Friday, June 21, at 19.00
Let's Get Physical - Interventions In and Through the City takes its motive and aim from the continuously changing and evolving cityscape of the city of Utrecht. The pressure is up and so should the pleasure of dealing with our physical surroundings be. Through interventions in both private spheres and public domains, the exhibition addresses the urgent need to find relevant strategies. Not fast, loud, and superficial ones following the logic of the spectacle, but ones generating responses: clever and elegant, beautiful and intelligent.
Let's Get Physical brings together eight MaHKU students negotiating and navigating among and between the set parameters of interventions - within Hoog Catharijne and around its perimeters, performative and temporal acts take place subsequently transformed and translated into works of art installed in the Kapitaal gallery space.
The physical narratives shaped and made from the city, for the city, and articulated in the city, are interventions combining the international backgrounds of the participants with collectively shared actions in their current environment. Let’s Get Physical gains its momentum in and through the game of opposites. Loud becomes silent, aggression becomes empathic, and physical turns into conceptual - and back again. Here form follows pleasure and participation, interaction and intervention, and laughing at and laughing with.
Participants: Eduarda Estrella, Sebastian Gonzalez de Gortari, Hiroomi Horiuchi, Heleen Langkamp, Frans van Lent, Adriana Ramirez, Robert Wittendorp, Sobia Zaidi. Curator: Mika Hannula.
Exhibition duration: June 21 -30.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday 12-18, Thursday 10-21, Saturday 11-17, Sunday 12-16. www.kapitaalutrecht.nl
Publication Offside Effect, Metropolis M Books|
May 25 2013
Over the last decade, art education has been confronted time and again with neoliberal thought and attitudes. As a result of this, art education has turned slowly but surely into a specific product focused on quantifiable and verifiable end results manifested and legitimized by the rhetoric of marketing and efficiency. Although the debate on artistic research indeed demands space for a free artistic space for thought, it also seems necessary now to raise the question regarding the potential of educational platforms outside the Bologna rules. The 1st Tbilisi Triennial (Offside Effect, Tbilisi 2012), curated by Henk Slager and Wato Tsereteli, concentrated on this specific issue. In a forum-like display system, a number of keynote artists and lecturers in collaboration with their students from a dozen of experimental academies from all over the world presented their strategic ways of working. This publication's goal is to not only document the 1st Tbilisi Triennial, but to also incite further diagnoses and developments in the debate on current art academies and their contexts. Contributions: Tiong Ang, Jürgen Bock, Lucrezia Cippitelli, Sarah Cowles, Stephan Dillemuth, Inci Eviner, F+F Zurich, Rene Francisco, Rainer Ganahl, Nikolaus Hirsch, Jan Kaila, Nazareth Karoyan, Annette Krauss, Young June Lee, Tara McDowell, Mildred's Lane, Marion von Osten, Irena Popiashvili, Henk Slager, Nedko Solakov, Katharina Staedler, Wato Tsereteli, Anton Vidokle, Visual Culture Research Center Kiev and Mick Wilson.
More information here. Read more
Yoonhee Kim ONE AND ... POEMS|
May 24 2013
07.06 - 09.06.2013 Opening: Friday, 7th of June, 7pm
Joao Cocteau, Kienitzerstrasse 98, 12049 Neukölln Berlin
Exhibition hours: Saturday and Sunday, 2 - 7pm
In her first solo exhibition “One and … Poems” Korean artist and MA Fine Art alumna Yoonhee Kim will showcase her work “I am not a Poet” that commenced in 2011 with the transformation of the poem into drawings and is a work in progress since then. In the show at João Cocteau the initial drawings as well as new interpretations of the poem can be seen comprising 73 works that are dealing with Yoonheeʼs overall subjects of striping off the meaning of words and the abandonment of language as a means of communication.
Lines, circles, dots, notes, coordinates, angles, graphs, crooks, sounds, connections, heights, depths, letters, and numbers hence generate the substance of Yoonhee Kimʼs pieces. She gives infinite new forms to the written words of “I am not a Poet” that are manifested in the exhibition through 70 ink drawings on paper, a sculpture, braille and a pianola, by encoding each letter of the alphabet into new systems of arbitrary rules. In one of her pieces, for instance, Yoonhee transcribes the code into the English Braille language that again constitutes words like “sigh” and “gone”. Other ways of representation will include the transformation of the poem into musical notes that can be played on a pianola and the materialization of the poem into a paper sculpture.
The exhibition “One and …Poems” can be seen as a status update of Yoonheeʼs work and will remain subject to change, subtraction, addition, as well as the participation of the visitors. Its process will remain a progress.
Curatorial assistance and exhibition text by Julia Hartmann Read more
MA Fine Art students participate in "Estimated Time of Arrival"|
May 16 2013
An exhibition of dialogues on how, where and why we travel
June 9-30, 2013
Opening (with performances) Sunday 9 june, 15:00
with Jonas Brunvoll (NOR), Sheena Colquhoun (AUS), Rafaël Elders (NED), Eduarda Estrella (BRA), Sebastian Gonzalez (MEX), Hiroomi Horiuchi (JPN), Adriana Ramirez (COL),
Georgia Robenstone (AUS), Tami Harmony Panik Vibbersoft (DEN) & Sobia Zaidi (PAK)
at Das Spectrum
3562 LC Utrecht
Curated by Wetrecht, in collaboration with Vincent Hosseini (AUS). Read more
DARE #8 Symposium "Modes of Criticality"|
April 02 2013
On Friday April 5, 2013 the eight edition of the Dutch Artistic Research Event (DARE) takes place under the title "Modes of Criticality". Keynote speaker is Nikolaus Hirsch, rektor of the Staedelschule Frankfurt and Portikus Kunsthalle. Other guest speakers include artist Lara Almarcegui, curator/programmer Saskia van Stein and editor/publicist Arjen Oosterman.
March 14 2013
MaHKU Ma Fine Art students will participated in the Former West project in Berlin from 18 to 24 March, 2013
Current situation Editorial Design|
February 28 2013
As of the 2013 - 2014 course year the MA programme in Editorial Design is part of the Master programme Creative Design for Digital Cultures.
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