postgraduate course / 2 semesters / 60 ects
DOES NOT PROVIDE AN ACADEMIC DEGREE
The postgraduate course Artistic research practices is aimed at those who have graduated and intend to develop academic skills and advanced creative activities through practical training in artistic research. This course provides access to multidisciplinary creative studios, research centres supervised by scientists and artistic researchers. Combines: perspectives on artistic research; research practices in the sciences and humanities employing artistic methodologies and methods; studio practices and technological labs; approaches which include ethnography, tacit knowledge, heuristic methods, learning by doing, improvisation, process, matter as a subject. With a resident project of one semester developed within the institution that hosts it, the work may result in a curatorial research project, a video-article, a publication, a communication-installation, or a participatory research project on environmental, socio-political, and cultural subjects.
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Organization of the course
The Postgraduate Course in Artistic Research Practices has a duration of two semesters, with a total of 60 ECTS, divided into compulsory course units.
All classes are taught in Portuguese.
You may consult the study plan here.
After-work hours, starting at 5.30 pm.
Who can apply
please check the PT version for more information
HOW TO APPLY
The presentation of the application is carried out exclusively online, through the Fenix platform. All the information regarding the application process (dates, vacancies, necessary documents and form of submission of the application) can be consulted here.
For the presentation of the application, a non-refundable application fee is due.
Evaluation criteria and selection
See here the evaluation criteria and selection for applications to this Postgraduate program.
See here the tuition fees currently set for the courses frequency.
The tuition fee for full-time students is set annually by the General Council of the Universidade de Lisboa, which may, under the International Student Statute, set differentiated values for international students.
Tuition fees can be paid in instalments, to be defined by the Management Council of the Faculdade de Belas-Artes.