PhD in artistic research
Research fellow positions in artistic research at KMD are announced through the University of Bergen (UiB). Link to all vacant positions at UiB here.
Requirements for the applications are described in each announcemnent. Download guidance for budget here and template for financial plan here.
The research fellow positions are for a term of four years, including 25 % mandatory work related to such as teaching, student assessment, supervision and committee work that is needed at the department.
The fellows will join the PhD programme of artistic research at UiB. Link to the regulations here.
Facts and background:
The PhD programme of artistic research was established at KMD in 2019, with this requirement for results:
- The PhD result shall consist of an artistic result as well as material that documents artistic reflection. The artistic result is to be an independent work that meets international standards in terms of level and ethical requirements within the subject area.
The PhD programme in artistic research is based on a platform similar to the Norwegian Artistic Research Fellowship Programme which has existed since 2003. The fellows are employed at one of the three departments at KMD – fine art, music or design – and connected to a national research school of artistic research, with interartistic seminars and conferences. See link for Study and Course Plan.
Here is the link to regulations and other framework.
PhD in musicology and music therapy
PhD candidates in musicology and music therapy are affiliated with the Grieg Research School in Interdisciplinary Music Studies, as are Research Fellows in Music Performance and Composition. All new posts are to be announced here (vacant positions at UiB).
Image: detail from Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec's research project 'Rhythms of Presence'