Applications now open for the Master of Education in Arts for the academic year 2023/2024
March 7, 2023: Priority deadline Dutch and EU applicants.
May 10, 2023: Final deadline Dutch and EU applicants.
We review applications, interview and accept candidates on a rolling basis from February 2023 until May 2023, until all positions in the cohort are filled. We strongly encourage you to apply early.
Learn more? Please visit our Annual Open Day at February 11, or one of our Open Information Meetings.
Research in Art & Design Education and Collective Practice
What is the significance of material practices and embodiment for artistic research and education? How can we develop an art-driven, interdisciplinary pedagogy within secondary education? What are the main challenges when it comes to forging transdisciplinary connections between the arts and sciences in education? What are the current developments with respect to art mediation in museums? How do pivotal topics like the climate crisis, intersectionality and decolonialization – influence our view on education in the future?
A learning community
We pay attention to contemporary developments in art and design education, considering it to be an expanded and interdisciplinary field that also includes socially engaged practices in art. The curriculum is designed for educators in the fields of secondary, vocational and higher arts and design education, educators in museums and community arts, as well as artists and designers with an interest in pedagogical practices. The course prepares graduates to engage with formal educational structures as well as with informal learning environments or collective practices. Peer learning and being part of a learning community is a key feature of our programme.
If you wish to apply, please use our on line application tool. Please check all the requirements here. For questions (content wise) about the application procedure, please contact us via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concept: Jeroen van der Heijden
Photography: Mireille Wieggers