The platforms aims for exchange and knowledge sharing. We do this by organizing activities such as the exposium and supporting research activities of higher art education. For instance by supporting the contribution of other lectorates in discussions, by encouraging publications or by making shareable documentation of relevant meetings and events possible.
Here we also publish a selection of projects from the different professorships, to contribute to the visibility of research in the arts in the Netherlands.
The Ethics in (artistic) research working group aims to encourage professors, postdoc and PhD researchers and lecturer-researchers to explore, share and exchange with each other ethical issues and questions from their research practice in the arts or creative sector. To this end, the platform develops programmes and activities that contribute to knowledge and awareness of […]show more
De Smart Culture Working Conference vond plaats op 16 november 2018 in Utrecht en is een samenwerking tussen NWO en ARIAS. Het programma is gericht op het verkennen van nieuwe perspectieven en meer inzicht op het gebied van kunst, onderzoek en wetenschap.show more
In the research project The designing attitude we created a learning environment in which different people, involved in the care of people with dementia, created concepts and perspectives for redesigning the care environment. The learning environment consisted of a serial of settings that made this possible.show more
Artist-run spaces and platforms are becoming a form of contemporary art. They are not just mediators, but collective-participative works of art. With Rotterdam as an example, this project investigates the consequences of this development for the established system and definition of art, and its relatedness to gentrification and marginalized culture.show more
Performing artists and athletes have to perform well in high pressure situations and face challenging physical demand, this makes them prone to health problems. The aim of PEARL is to prevent physical and mental health problems, to optimize health and to maximize performance.show more
Concerts of symphonic orchestras have the predictability of a ritual. Musicians play, the audience listens. A lot of people don’t find this ritual interesting anymore, concert attendance is dropping. How can we explain this decrease? And how can the audience participate with the orchestra in artistically relevant ways?show more