Focus on the expression of personal vision of artists and designers.
Focus on new roles and opportunities for artists, designers and educators in the ‘next economy’.
Focus on the impact of art and design on society.
(XPUB) is a two-year PZI Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design that focuses on the intents, means, and consequences of making things public in the age of post-digital networks.
(LB) is a course committed to contemporary visual culture: in particular lens-based image-making as an art and craft with distinct and formative histories that cross-cultural arenas often seen as distinct. The core intention of the department is to create makers who have developed a strong subjective vision that they can express effectively through the material practice of image-making.
The MIARD'18 GRADUATION exhibition is a gathering of ideas, methods and scenarios. Together, the projects form an open-ended collection that embodies the numerous ways these designers research, develop and position their practice. The exhibition is expressive of the complexity, variety and potential of a contemporary “interior” practitioner.
In the WdKA Master Design, students learn to explore and use design research to answer a self-defined design question. They combine design and theoretical methods of research, always collaborating with participants.
Presents the graduation projects of its students using two different formats: the symposium Pedagogy in Context, hosted by TENT., and a Reading Room at the Willem de Kooning Academy, both being part of the WdKA Graduation Show 2018.