Newsletter from The Research School at the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts. The Research School consists of artistic research and research on education within the artistic field and is run by the three departments Academy of Music and Drama, HDK - Academy of Design and Crafts, and Valand Academy. View it in your browser
Arne Kjell Vikhagen, When Art Is Put Into Play: A Practice-based Research Project on Game Art
Normally the material is uploaded in the internal learning platform GUL: “Etappseminarier för doktorander”. If you don't have access to GUL contact Anna Frisk.
Friday, 20th October, 10:00 - 12:30
80%-seminar: Victoria Brattström, Performance in Theatre and Music Drama, Academy of Music and Drama and University of Gothenburg Centre for Person-Centred Care (GPCC)
Title: Playing Oneself As If Another: Acting and directing strategies as practical approaches in person centred health care
Discussant: Carolina Frände, Director, and Eva Jakobsson Ung, Docent, Institute of Health and Care Sciences, University of Gothenburg. Read more HERE
Seminar Venue: Academy of Music and Drama, Fågelsången 1
The following event will take place in connection to Victoria's seminar:
Thursday, October 19, 15:00 - 18:00,
Repetitionslabb med fokussamtalVenue: Academy of Music and Drama, Artisten, Schildknechtteatern, D301
Friday 27th October, 13:00 - 15:00
25%-seminar: Lena Ostendorf, Research in Arts Education (CUL). Discussant: prof em Claes Ericsson
Venue: Room C302, Academy of Music and Drama, Artisten
Monday, 30th October, 10:00 - 12:00
50%-seminar: Nicolas Cheng, Crafts, Academy of Design and Crafts
Title: The space of craft and the crafting of spaces (agency, materiality and practice)
Discussant: Namita Gupta-Wiggers, curator, educator, and writer based in Portland, Oregon and Director of Master of Arts in Craft Studies, Warren Wilson College, USA
Venue: Room 338, HDK, Kristinelundsgatan 6-8
Wednesday, 6th December, 13:00 - 15:30
80%-seminar: 80% seminar: Imri Sandström, Literary Composition, Poetry and Prose, Valand Academy
Discussants: Cia Rinne and Morten Søndegaard.
Venue: Bio Valand, Storgatan 43
Friday 15 December, 14:00 – 16:00
50% Seminar: Tomas Löndahl, Musical Performance and Interpretation, Academy of Music and Drama
Discussant: Anna Lindal, professor, Uniarts, Stockholm
Venue: Room C 303, Academy of Music and Drama, Artisten
Thursday 11 January 10:00 - 12:00 with presentation of artistic works at 9:00
Final seminar before defence: Åsa Stjerna, musical performance and interpretation, Academy of Music and Drama
Åsa is presenting her installation at the Sahlgrenska University Hospital. We meet in front of the main entrance at 9 sharp and Åsa will take us to the building.
Thursday 18 January 10:00 - 12:00
50% seminarium: Cecilia Jeppsson, Research in Arts Education (CUL)
Discussant: Cecilia Ferm Almqvist, professor in Music Education at LTU.
Venue: Room C303, Academy of Music and Drama, Artisten
(OBS, New Date) Thursday, 1st March
50%-seminar: Ingrid Hedin Wahlberg, Music Education. Discussant: Karin Johansson, professor, Musikhögskolan, Malmö
Venue: Room C 303, Academy of Music and Drama, Artisten
All activities in the Research School is to be found in the calendar:
Link to the Research School's webpage and calendar
Public defences in Sweden within artistic research
Sara Wilén, Konstnärliga fakulteten, Lund University, presented and defended her PhD thesis in Research in Music 1-2 October. Title: Singing in Action: An inquiry into the creative working processes and practices of classical and contemporary vocal improvisation. Read more HERE Download the thesis HERE
Peter Spissky Konstnärliga fakulteten, Lund University, presents and defends his PhD thesis in Research in Music, October 8–9. Title: Ups and Downs, Violin Bowing as Gesture
Concert: S:t Andreas kyrka, Fridhemstorget, Malmö, Sunday, 8st October, 2017, 18.00
Musicians: Peter Spissky – violin, Marcus Mohlin – harpsichord, Musicians from Camerata Øresund and Concerto Copenhagen. Music by Schmelzer - Bach - Corelli - Vivaldi - Telemann - Rebel - Slovak traditional folk music
Public defence in Röda Rummet, Inter Arts Center, Bergsgatan 29, Malmö, Monday 9th October 2017, 10:00
Link to the thesis in LUCRIS
Anna Einarsson, Kungl. Musikhögskolan i Stockholm
19 November. Read about Anna Einarsson
Janna Holmstedt defends her PhD thesis in Visual Arts, October 6. Janna Holmstedt is a PhD student admitted at Lund University, Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts, but employed at Umeå Academy of Fine Arts, Umeå University.The research studies have been conducted within the framework of Konstnärliga forskarskolan.
Title: Are You Ready for a Wet Live-In?: Explorations into Listening
Where: Flexhallen, Bildmuseet, Östra Strandgatan 30B, Umeå
When: Friday October 6, 2017, 13.00
Link to the thesis at LUCRIS
Conferment of Doctoral Degrees
Friday 20th October the Ceremony takes place at Svenska Mässan. The Conferment of Doctoral Degrees is the University’s largest ceremonial occasion and is primarily intended for those who have recently completed their doctoral studies and taken their doctoral exam. New doctors from the previous academic year, jubilee doctors and honorary doctors receive their insignia as confirmation of their position at the University. A number of honorary doctorates are also conferred at the ceremony. From Valand Academy there is a new honorary doctor this year, Liz Wells Read more here and enrol to the ceremony HERE.
Our faculty has funded three guest researcher, for a period of one month each. Juliet Hess at HSM, Christina Ouzounidis and Jyoti Mistry at Valand Academy.
Christina Ouzounidis (Literary Composition) in January 2018. In her new project, Christina Ouzounidis, takes an interest in the possibilities of the unresponsive, of an utterance which turns away, of pause, caesura, silence as in (the right to) remain silent. Ouzounidis connects this unresponsiveness to the Greek understanding of idiocy, a term which (in Ouzounidi’s interpretation of it) proposes a turning away from imperatives and questions. In a time when quick answers are being asked for, unresponsiveness and idiocy can be important artistic and scientific tools to investigate. For researchers in Literary Composition, among which Valand’s research themes experimental materialisms and intersectional practices are in focus, the topics raised by Ouzounidis work are essential, and we are very hopeful regarding collaborations with her based on both research and pedagogical challenges.
Jyoti Mistry (Film) in November 2017 .Professor Jyoti Mistry has a Ph.D. in Cinema Studies from 2002. Being both a filmmaker and a theorist, Mistry’s approach to filmmaking is coupled with a commitment to a theoretical investigation of ideas. Mistry’s work as a (South African) filmmaker is often inspired by historical and political contexts and seeks to question dominant representations by exploring counter-hegemonic narrative strategies. Her work falls in to the research theme of Valand Academy: Intersectional practices – which includes work on queer, feminist and decolonial politics and culture, questions of care and social justice. Professor Jyoti Mistry especially contributes with expertise in decolonial politics.
Juliet Hess (music) 25 sep–22 October 2017. Juliet is a researcher and teacher at College of Music, Michigan State University, were she teaches and research about music and education I relation to questions about social equality and ethics. Juliete will primary work with our researchers and doctor students in the pedagogical field and our colleges at world music. She will also participate in HSMs research collegium, doctor seminars and workshops with our students in teaching. Read more about Juliet Hess here
Det kommade skallet
Välkommen till dubbel släppfest på Galleri Verkligheten i Umeå, fredag 6 oktober kl. 19.00 av utgivningen av konstnären och forskaren Imri Sandströms publikation DET KOMMANDE SKALLET / THE COMING SHALL, som ingår i hennes konstnärliga forskningsprojekt Howe Across Reading – Performing the Past vid Akademin Valand, samt tidskriften Provins nyligt utkomna nr 3/2017, som rör sig kring frågor om poesins förhållande till plats och periferi. Sandström medverkade som numrets konstnär i Provins nr 4/2014, även då med material ur detta projekt, i vilket hon genom och tillsammans med poeten och litteraturteoretikern Susan Howe korsläser, -lyssnar och undersöker Västerbottens och New Englands historier och språk. Hennes publikation tar särskild hänsyn till översättande skrivande och till textens liksom skrivandets ljud och performance.
Kärleken har 100 onda namn
Katarina Karlsson presenterar sitt VR-projekt Det ‘essentiellt’ feminina - en kartläggning genom konstnärlig praktik av det feminina territorium som den tidigmoderna musiken erbjuder. Projektet, som har pågått i snart tre år går mot sitt slut och helgen 6-8 oktober kommer en föreställning på Atalante.Texterna består av 1600-tals poesi, direkta citat av nutida stalkers och påhitt. Läs mer och köp biljetter via http://atalante.org
Uruppförande! 6 oktober, kl 19 Atalante, Göteborg: Kärleken har 100 onda namn
Inbäddad i en genre som kallas Elisabetanska kärlekssånger, finns den problematiska underavdelningen “Den komiska våldtäkten”. En handfull gamla sånger, spelar de någon roll? Men det är inte bara en uråldrig musikgenre, sångernas strategier är desamma som används av stalkers och kvinnomisshandlare idag.
Föreställningar även lördag 7 oktober kl 19 och söndag 8 oktober kl 16 med publiksamtal efteråt
Medverkande: Vox: Tore Sunesson, Sigrid Algesten, Helena Sjöstrand Svenn, Matts Johansson. Cembalo: Andreas Edlund, cello: Kristina Lindgård, regi: Gunilla Gårdfeldt-Carlsson, manus, idé och sång: Katarina A Karlsson. kostym: Nonno Nordqvist.
Call for Papers
Call for exposition and proposals
Call for exposition and proposals
ALLIANCES & COMMONALITIES
A conference for artists, researchers, scholars and educators engaged in the research field of Artistic Practice.
Stockholm, October 25-27, 2018
Call for expositions and proposals
- September 1 - October 31, 2017
The Stockholm University of the Arts invites you to join us in exposing and experiencing the ideas, actions and articulations currently at work, and at play, in Artistic Research.
Inviting research from across disciplines, aesthetics and modes of practice, the conference focus is on the ways, means and places in which we meet - the shared materials, the common practices, the artistic alliances, the creative commonalities.
READ MORE HERE
Where and when
The conference will be situated throughout the rooms, theatre spaces and studios of the Stockholm University of the Arts from October 25-27, 2018.
In 1600 words or less, briefly outline your proposal and address it to one/or more of the four Profile Areas. Please note that both the proposal and the presentation should be in English.
Please provide a concise biography of the participating artists/researchers and indicate any specific technical and/or space needs you may have.
Contextual information in the form of websites, sound and image links etc. are welcome. Please observe that the attached files may not exceed 10 mb.
Address your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org
(open September 1 - October 31, 2017).
Alliances & Commonalities website
Sign up for the conference newsletter:
Alliances & Commonalities newsletter
Contact us about the conference: email@example.com
International Journal of Music and Performing Arts
ISSN: 2374-2690 (Print) 2374-2704 (Online)
International Journal of Music and Performing Arts is a fully refereed international journal that provides clear, stimulating and readable accounts of contemporary research in music and performing arts worldwide, and a section containing extended book reviews which further current debates. The journal strives to strengthen connections between research and practice, so enhancing professional development and improving practice within the field of music education and performing arts. The range of subjects covers music teaching and learning in formal and informal contexts including classroom, individual, group and whole class instrumental and vocal teaching, music in higher education, international comparative music education, music in community settings, and teacher education.
The journal is published by the American Research Institute for Policy Development that serves as a focal point for academicians, professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, fellows, and associates pursuing research throughout the world.
The interested contributors are highly encouraged to submit their manuscripts/papers to the executive editor via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the name of the journal (International Journal of Music and Performing Arts) in the cover letter or simply put ‘International Journal of Music and Performing Arts’ in the subject box during submission via e-mail.
IJMPA is inviting papers for Vol. 5, No. 2. The online publication date is December 31, 2017.Submission Deadline: September 30, 2017.
For any additional information, please contact with the executive editor at email@example.com Website: www.ijmpa.com
CALL FOR POTENTIALS 2018
NSU Artistic research study circle 7 invite proposals for workshops, interventions, presentations and experiments on the theme of
reActivate and revisit
Practicing Communities: Transformative societal strategies of artistic research
Winter Symposium: March 2 - 4, 2018 at Zirgu Pasts, Latvian Academy of Culture/Latviljas Kultῡras Akadēmija, Riga
The Circle 7 2016-2018 cycle is called: Practicing Communities: Transformative societal strategies of artistic research and this winter symposium will be the fifth of six symposia taking place in a different Nordic or Baltic country. The circle aims to share ways artistic research can explore and create transformative societal strategies. It provides a space for theoretical and artistic experimentation and cross-fertilization of methodologies and aims to develop insights that could be used in further research.
Read more here
ALL applications must be sent via email to the coordinators
Ami Skånberg Dahlstedt & Lucy Lyons: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Proposals for NSU Winter Symposiums
NSU Study Program is launching the calls for the winter symposiums 2018 from its eight study circles. You can view the various CFP here:
To participate in a winter symposium, please notify the respective coordinators of your interest by email. NSU will subsidize your participation at a winter symposium, though a small participation fee may also be required.
Some information on general dates for the winter symposiums can be found here:
Each study circle compiles a preliminary program that will be posted on the NSU website in December of this year.
Call is open for new study circle proposals 2019-2021
The NSU welcome proposals for new study circles for the period 2019-2021. For more information about how to write a proposal see:
The deadline for submitting a proposal is 1st December 2017.
The proposals will be subject to a peer-review, which the applicants will receive by approx. 1st March 2018. The final deadline for submitting a revised version of the application proposal is 1st May 2018.
NSU invites you to take this opportunity to propose enquiries that nurture your cross-disciplinary interests.
Summer session 2018
NSU will hold their summer session 2018 on the island of Fårö, Sweden from 29th July – 5th August 2018. Please, note the dates. More information regarding the summer session will be found in upcoming newsletters.
RESEARCHERS’ GRAND PRIX 2017
Researchers’ Grand Prix is a Swedish competition that challenges researchers to present their research in as captivating, inspiring and educational a way as possible – in just four minutes! Together, expert judges and the audience decide the winner.
The 2017 Researchers’ Grand Prix will take place on 28 November in Stockholm.
How to sign up, read more here
Read more about Grand Prix here
VR Decision Artistic research 2017
Decisions on Project Research Grants within Artistic research has been taken by the Swedish Research Council. On 28 September, the grants awarded are published here
The Swedish Research Council received 52 applications and out of these six were approved. Among them were Cecilia Grönberg which means that she will continue her research at Valand Academy. Here you can read about her dissertation from last year.
The total amount approved awarded by the Swedish Research Council is more than SEK 23 million. All applicants were granted a three-year project period.
Smart Textiles – Technology for Medicine and Healthcare
Welcome to a one-day seminar about technology for medicine and healtcare.
The aim of this seminar is to present research and technology in Smart Textiles with focus on the medicine and healthcare sector. With a growing and aging population, the cost for health care and nursing will become a problem in the future. Measuring and robot technology in combination with textiles can provide help and become one of the solutions to address this problem.
Date: 19 October 2017
Location: Venue Vestindien C, Textile Fashion Center, University of Borås.
The seminar is given in English.
Contact: Joel Peterson, email@example.com
Fee: The seminar, including lunch and coffee, is free of charge.
Register before October 10th.
Please note that the number of seats are limited. The registration will apply the 'first come, first served' principle.
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Organizer: JSPS Alumni Club in collaboration with University of Borås
Funded by: JSPS-Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, University of Borås
Editors: Anna Frisk, Cora Hillebrand
Göteborgs universitet, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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