Stockholm University of the Arts
About this portal
Uniarts was established in 2014 and have about 500 students and 250 employees. With our unique composition of education and artistic research, we want to create new opportunities for societal development and knowledge of tomorrow.
On 1 June 2016 Uniarts was authorised to award artistic third-cycle degrees in artistic practices. Exposition is an integrated part of artistic work at Uniarts. Each research project must present (stage, narrate, sing, choreograph and so on) its results in a way that is both rigorous and consistent. This requires research to be critically reviewed by peers in a combination of different exposition formats. By developing different formats in which peer review can be carried out, research within the area also addresses the challenges that arise when research is formulated and presented in forms that communicate through an artistically performed experience, and thereby contributes to pushing the boundaries that existing forms of publication and dissemination of research set for the ambitions of artistic research.
Stockholm University of the Arts enables its researchers, PhD Candidates and staff to present their projects and findings on Uniarts’ RC portal in order to publish, archive, and internationally connect their artistic research.
contact person(s): Heidi Möller