Collaboration

 

The Department of Culture and Aesthetics is supported by the following foundations:

  • Vetenskapsrådet
  • Riksbankens jubileumsfond
  • Nordforsk
  • Wenner-Gren-stiftelserna
  • Sverige-Amerika stiftelsen
  • STINT
  • Tjeckiska vetenskapsakademien
  • Utbildningsdepartementet
  • Svenska barnboksinstitutet
  • Kungl. Vitterhetsakademien
 

The Department of Culture and Aesthetics collaborates with the following organisations:

  • Magasin 3
  • Moderna Museet
  • Artipelag
  • Bonniers konsthall
  • Botkyrka konsthall
  • ArkDes
  • Konsthall C
  • Marabouparken
  • Östasiatiska museet
  • Iaspis
  • Tensta konsthall
  • NORDIK
  • Statens kulturråd
  • Konstnärsnämnden
  • Stockholms stadsteater
  • Dramaten
  • Millesgården
  • IFTR/FIRT (International Federaton of Theatre Research)
  • ASTR (American Society for Theatre Research)
  • SDHS (The Society of Dance History Scholars)
  • Teatersamlingarna vid Statens musikverk
  • Musik- och teaterbiblioteket
  • Musik- och teatermuseet
  • Kungliga vitterhetsakademien
  • Drottningholms slottsteater
  • Drottningholmsteaterns vänner
  • Dansmuseet
  • Nordiska teaterforskare
  • NOFOD Nordiskt forum för dansforskning
  • Svensk teaterunion ITI
  • Thielska galleriet
  • Konserthuset
  • Operan
  • Berwaldhallen
  • MDT
  • Strindbergs Intima Teater
 

The Department of Culture and Aesthetics collaborate with the following colleges and universities.

  • Dans- och cirkushögskolan
  • Operahögskolan
  • Södertörns högskola
  • Stockholms dramatiska högskola
  • Konstfack
 

Association of Nordic Theatre Scholars A network for Nordic theatre researchers.

Nordic Forum for Dance Research (NOFOD) A non-profit organization that promotes collaboration between dance scholars and practitioners.

Nordic Network of Narrative Studies The network was formally founded at a meeting at Tartu University, Estonia in February 2007 and aims at bringing together different strands of Nordic based research on narrative production and use.

Philosophy and Literature A collaborative project between Literature at Stockholm University and Czech Academy of Science.

Representational Machines: Photography and the Production of Space A Collaborative Research Network and publication.

The Experience of Exile A Nordic interdisciplinary research network that was founded in 2008. The network arranges conferences and workshops in Stockholm, Aarhus, Oslo and Bergen.

The International Federation for Theatre Research An organization to facilitate communication and exchange between scholars of theatre and performance research throughout the world through its conference events and publishing activities.

Transnational Perspectives on Women’s Art, Feminism and Curating A Leverhulme Trust funded International Research Network.

Swedish and Scandinavian networks

Tidigmoderna seminariegruppen Ett nätverk för doktorander och nydisputerade forskare vid Konstvetenskapliga institutionen, Stockholms universitet, som med vitt skilda ämnen och perspektiv arbetar med perioden 1600-1800.

Barnelitteraturens kunstneriske verdi Ett nätverk mellan Norsk barnebokinstitutt(NBI), Høgskolen i Bergen, Universitetet i Stavanger och Stockholms universitet. Nätverket startades 2008 med syfte att främja kommunikation mellan forskare som arbetar med barnlitteratur.

Barockakademien En mötesplats för forskare som sysslar med den tidigmoderna kulturens historia i Sverige, Europa och världen.

Högre seminariet för fotoforskning A Swedish for photographic research. Contact: anna.dahlgren@arthistory.su.se

 

 

Accelerator

Accelerator is an exhibition space where art, science and societal issues meet. It is part of Stockholm University. The mission of Accelerator is to engage actively with society, producing exhibitions presenting international and Swedish contemporary art.

Accelerator organises a public program of presentations and talks with artists, researchers, students and the general public. Accelerator’s programme is driven by an ambition to contribute towards a transparent and empathetic society by opening up opportunities for art to spark discussions and interdisciplinary dialogue.

The International Master's Program in Curating, including Art, Management and Law, at the Department of Culture and Aesthetics, is one of the main initiators of Accelerator, which has become a new public venue for interdisciplinary collaborations between contemporary arts, science and research, that opened on the university campus in 2019.

Accelerator


 

Curating Art: Navigating Across Borders

A conversation at Accelerator with MA students of the International Masters Program in Curating.

 

 

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