Individual Project Work 1

Bachelor’s level
15 credits (ECTS)
Study pace
Mixed time
Location independent
Study form
Application open
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Full education cost: 71 250 SEK
First payment: 71 250 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 2023, the Individual Project Work 1, will attend to socially engaged arts practices with a specific focus on questions of the more-than-human realm. The course will support students to develop projects (either as individuals or in partnership with other students enrolled on the course). The course is based on online presentations, seminars, and supervision in combination with on-site / hybrid intensive workshops.


This course attends to socially engaged arts practices by taking an approach oriented to the more-than-human realms. This 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. This year the teaching team comprises: Åsa Sonjasdotter, Katarina Stenbeck, Ewa Einhorn, and further guests to be announced.

Online and IRL

The course is based on online presentations, seminars, and supervision in combination with on-site / hybrid intensive workshops, and has the following "meet up" IRL aspects; Gothenburg, Sweden (June 5–7), Copenhagen, Denmark (date pending) and Gothenburg, Sweden (August 17-18).

Apply in three steps

1. Apply for the course at Deadline March 15, 2023. 

2. Submit your compulsory portfolio in SlideRoom. Deadline March 22, 2023. 

3. Submit documentation proving you meet the entry requirements of the course on Deadline March 30, 2023.

Your letter of intent must include:

1. 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 namer or contact details anywhere in this material. All texts must be in English. 

Prerequisites and selection


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


The selection is based on a submitted Letter of Intent.