Open call to all doers, makers and thinkers – all artists, curators and designers – all those from across the disciplines – looking to further develop and extend their practice in the performance-related field.
About the programme
This twelve-month Master’s in Performing Arts, based in Reykjavík, Iceland, runs as three semesters back-to-back.
Extensive access to a diverse range of studios, well equipped facilities, residencies, on-going studio visits, regular sharing and feedback situations, continuous mentoring and intensive peer-to-peer exchange. On-going workshops, labs, symposiums, reading groups, writing seminars and weekly experimental voice- and body–based practice-sharing sessions – all facilitated by leading practitioners from all over the world.
Following graduation, there is an option to extend your learning, research and art-making for up to a further twelve months, and partner with an artist, practitioner or institution of your choice – through a special training scheme, in which you are funded by the EU.
Applicants can choose to either apply before January 21st 2019, and receive a decision within six weeks, or apply by March 29th 2019 and receive an answer within four weeks.
For more information on the programme or how to apply, please check out the website below.
ICELAND UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS
PERFORMING ARTS MFA