We hereby invite you to submit your application for admission to the Research Fellowship Programme in 2017. The Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme is intended to qualify candidates for artistic work, teaching and research positions in higher art education and for other work in society that demands a high level of artistic expertise and insight. The nominal length of study for the Research Fellowship Programme is three (3) years of full-time study where an independent artistic project of a high standard with national and international relevance to the subject area is central. + + +
Following a successful and well-received pilot edition in 2015, the University of the Arts Helsinki (Uniarts Helsinki) is again realizing a Research Pavilion within the context of the Venice Biennale. The project is implemented in co-operation with the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme and the Swedish Arts Universities’ collaboration Konstex. This new edition will last five months (from early May to mid-October 2017) and will be undertaken as a Nordic collaboration together with institutional partners outside Scandinavia, this year including the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Zurich University of the Arts. The second Research Pavilion will be registered as an official collateral event at the Venice Biennale.
A mini symposium on the subject of speech and music will be hosted by nyMusikk Trondheim and Norwegian University of Technology and Science 9-10 December 2016 in Trondheim. This event features music performances and artist talks by a selection of musicians and composers working with speech in a musical setting.The symposium consists of a concert part with music performances on the evening of Friday the 9th of December, and a symposium part with artist talks and discussions during daytime Saturday the 10th of December. This symposium is arranged as part of the research fellowship project carried out by Daniel Formo at Department of Music, NTNU.