Individual Project Work 1

Bachelor’s level
15 credits (ECTS)
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Full education cost: 70 500 SEK
First payment: 70 500 SEK

No fees are charged for EU and EEA citizens, Swedish residence permit holders and exchange students.

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During the summer of 2022, the Individual Project Work 1, will explore socially engaged arts practice with specific focus on questions of place and communities. The course will support students to develop projects (either as individuals or in partnership with other students enrolled on the course). Given the circumstances of COVID19 students will be encouraged to critically respond to the challenges and opportunities of arts in the public realm at a time of social distancing.


This course extends exploration of socially engaged arts practice by taking an approach oriented to more-than-human realms and art. This radical new approach to the social, to place, and to art through the “more-than-human” is a research-led and collaborative framework realised in partnership with colleagues from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, and the nomadic platform The Forest Curriculum. This year the teaching team comprises: Åsa Sonjasdotter, Katarina Stenbeck, Forrest Curriculum (Abhijan Toto and Pujita Guha), Behjat Omer Abdulla, and Magnus Haglund.

Online and IRL

Each course has different "meet up" IRL aspects. For this course; (i) Copenhagen, Denmark (Wednesday June 8); (ii) Berlin, Germany (date pending); (iii) Gothenburg, Sweden (date pending). All subject to Covid-19 travel conditions of course.   

There is short information session on Monday February 21, 6–6:30pm (CET) to discuss the content of this year’s courses. To the session. 

Please note! 

When you apply for the course through late application you can't submit a letter of intent. 

Prerequisites and selection


Admission to the course requires 60 credits from the Bachelor's program photography, fine arts, film, creative writing, or equivalent

Special instructions for application

Your application should contain: 

Letter of intent
A short description (maximum of 3 000 characters) of your interest in taking this course, corresponding with the general theme of the course.
Your application must be anonymous. Do not include name or contact details anywhere in this material. All texts must be in English.  


The selection will be made from the assessment of work samples.