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mannen i rummet



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Where: Studio D4, Stockholms dramatiska högskola, Valhallavågen 189, Stockholm.
When: 16 juni kl 18.00 and 17 juni kl 15.00 och 18.00

Assistant professor in Audio Design is presenting his research project Skådespelaren och ljuddesignen (The actor and the sound design) in the form of an investigating performance featuring actor Per Graffman.

anna petterson 25% seminar in two parts



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First part
Where: Artisten, Högskolan för scen och musik, Göteborg
When: June 4, 13:00-16:00
Discussion between Anna Petterson and opponent Henrik Frisk (PhD), associate professor, Royal Academy of Music. Supervisors Jörgen Dahlqvist, Teatr Weimar and Professor Cecilia Roos, SKH/DOCH.

Second part

Presentation and discussion of the PhD project at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. Time and place on later notice.

jonas forsell: final seminar



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Jonas Forssell

In the research project The Transfigurations of the Text Jonas Forssell investigates the treatment of text in contemporary opera production. As an opera composer and many years of experience working with theater, Forssell takes an holistic approach to the design and the composition of text to be carried by tones.
Eva Nassen will be opponent on the final seminar 3 June 2015. The seminar (in Swedish) will take place between 13-15 at Stockholm University of the Arts, Linnegatan 87, Stockholm, room L402.

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  • Published: Nov 23rd, 2012
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philosophy of science



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Professor Ingela Josefsson is teaching the course Philosophy in science 2 next semester. Apply on the webpage of STDh before December 12.

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  • Published: Oct 1st, 2012
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the actor in the moment of creation



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Monday October 1st the final seminar of the artistic development project the Actor in the Moment of Creation – Miss Julie taking place at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, between 15-17 pm. Actor Anna Pettersson will talk about her work with the performance Miss Julie at Strindbergs Intima Teater , in which she has been playing and mixing the three charachters. Apart from Anna Pettersson, professor Claes Peter Hellwig, lecturer Janina Rolfart and Jenny Tyllström from the research department will be participating in the seminar, with professor Karin Helander as moderator. (photo Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin)

performing the common



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Between the 25th of August and 23d of September there will be an exhibition at Husby konsthall and in at Studion (Moderna Museet) entitled Performing the common (Föreställningar om det gemensamma). The exhibition was initiated by Karin Hansson, PhD candidate at Stockholm University in Kista/Royal Institute of Fine Arts, and the development of the exhibition concept has been undertaken in collaboration with two artists working in Kista, Johanna Gustafsson Fürst from Kista Theater and Thomas Liljenberg from Kista Art City. The project has gradually expanded to include a larger group of artists and researchers working on similar issues from different perspectives. The film SLIN, by Nils Claesson, Phd candidate at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, documenting a reverse walk from the centre of Stockholm to Husby will be shown at the exhibition, and will also be the starting point for the seminar Interspaces and Reverse Walking the 18th of September – one of many activities and seminars on working with location and urbanity during the exhibition period.

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  • Published: Jun 5th, 2012
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actor’s knowledge in practice



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Maria Johansson, PhD candidate at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts defended her thesis in professional practice studies Skådespelarens praktiska kunskap  1st of June 2012 at the  University of Nordland in Bodø, Norway den 1 juni 2012. Friday 8 June between 15-17 pm she will give a presentation (in Swedish) of her thesis at the Teater Ett at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. If you’re interested in participating, please send an email to presentation8juni@stdh.se or call Helena Falck at +46 8-1205 3151.

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  • Published: Jan 23rd, 2012
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performance as mode of research



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Mark Fleishman is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Drama at the University of Cape Town. The main thrust of his research work has been undertaken in the area of performance practice in workshop spaces with co-investigators. He is a director of Magnet Theatre and has created 20 new works for the company over the past 24 years, performed nationally and internationally.  He is also involved in a number of development projects in urban townships and rural communities using theatre as a tool for social transformation. His most recent research has focused on the ways in which performance contributes to remembering in the postcolony and on migration and the dramaturgy of displacement.
Wednesday January 25 he will be giving a lecture at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, at 17.30 in the D-house cinema space.
His talk will explore the particularities of performance as a mode of research politically, philosophically and pragmatically. In the main it considers the proposition that Performance as Research is a series of embodied repetitions in time, on both micro (of bodies, movements, sounds, improvisations, moments) and macro (of events, productions, projects, installations) levels, in search of a series of differences.  It investigates the proposition in terms of Bergson’s notion of ‘Creative Evolution’ and Deleuze’s engagement with it, and is concerned with questions such as: What nature of differences does performance as research give rise to? Where do the differences lie, in the repetitions or in the spaces in between? And, is there a point at which the unleashing of differences is exhausted, a point at which, perhaps, the evolution becomes an involution, either a shrinkage of difference, an inverted return to the same, or in the Deleuzian sense, a new production no longer dependent on differentiation but on transversal modes of becoming? It ends by examining certain pragmatic issues associated with Performance as Research in institutional contexts.

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  • Published: Aug 23rd, 2011
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philosophy of knowledge



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During autumn 2011 the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts offers a third cycle course in philosophy of knowledge corresponding to 7,5hp. The course, with Swedish as working language, is aimed at both PhD candidates in Konstnärliga forskarskolan and the art schools in general, but PhD candidates from other universities are welcome to register.
Ingela Josefson (currently visiting professor and pro tem head of research at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts) will be the course leader, with Tore Nordenstam, professor emeritus in philosophy at the University of Bergen (Norway) as main lecturer, and ”from arts to science” and ”practical knowledge and ethics” as the main topics. The course will take place at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, with September 21-23 and December 15-16 as physical occasions, ending with two days for the final exam in January 2012.
For more information and registration, please contact Ingela Josefson, mail: ingela.josefson(at)stdh.se

two doctoral positions at stdh



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Within the framework of Konstnärliga forskarskolan the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts is advertising two doctoral positions in the area of film and media. One of the announced positions have a concentration in fiction, the other in documentary. Heart and centre in the program is in the artistic practice and the starting point should be a clearly defined research question. The last application date is June 7 2011 (please note that e-mail applications will not be accepted). Both of the announcements (in Swedish) can be found through here, and any questions concerning the content of the positions can be addressed to professor Ingela Josefson at ingela.josefson@stdh.se. Any questions concerning the conditions of employment etc can be adressed to staff manager Charlotte Celsing Carldéhn at charlotte.celsingcarldehn@stdh.se.

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