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past:

online (host MERIAN / Hogeschool Zuyd and Universiteit Maastricht)

MCICM symposium ‘Towards 2040: Creating Classical Music Futures

Conference at Centre Pompidou, Paris

Creator Doctus conference

ArtEZ Theory in the Arts Professorship

The new APRIA Journal is out: Time Matters.

This issue of APRIA, Time Matters, was compiled and edited by the ArtEZ Theory in the Arts professorship. All of these reviewed artistic (research) and academic contributions were created and written specially in response to the four-part Time Matters seminar (2019-2020). The aim of the publication and the seminar is to inquire into the changing concepts of time in the arts and other epistemic fields collectively, and to explore and test alternative – past, present and future-oriented – temporalities.

 

https://apria.artez.nl/issue/time-matters/

Invitation to an initiative of the Institute of Cartopology 20-21 August

CORRECTIONVILLE #01

You are cordially invited to CORRECTIONVILLE #01 which will focus on the cartopological craft by facilitating workplaces and dealing with documentation and observation techniques through workshops. Lectures will be organized to further explore the theoretical cartopological framework. CORRECTIONVILLE #01 is an initiative of the Institute of Cartopology. As such, it forms a part of Marlies Vermeulen’s PhD research at Zuyd University, Research Centre for Arts, Autonomy and the Public Sphere and of MERIAN. The first edition will take place at HX Hoogcruts 47, Noorbeek (NL). Like any city, CORRECTIONVILLE #01 is growing organically and not every square meter is planned. CORRECTIONVILLE #01 is open to initiatives from other mapmakers to claim a place and experiment! Apply before July 15.

More information www.cartopology.institute

Correctionville #1

PhD Marlies Vermeulen

Hanze Hogeschool has a

vacancy PhD candidate Art & Society

The Research Centre Art & Society currently has a vacancy for a PhD candidate Art & Society.

As PhD student, you will be working at the Research Centre Art & Society. Based on their research proposal the chosen candidate will be placed in a certain research group. The artistic PhD programme is part of GRASP (Groningen Research Arts and Society Platform). This is a partnership between Hanze UAS and the University of Groningen. The research must therefore have the character of artistic research. In view of the composition of the research portfolio of the research centre Art & Society, candidates in particular who are to conduct research in the visual arts domain are invited to respond. The supervision will be shared between a professor of the University of Groningen, as the lead supervisor, and the professor of Hanze UAS will be the co-supervisor.

Closing date: 24 january 2021. More information and full vacancy can be found here

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