Title: Budapest-London: Exchanging artistic research

Location: The Red Room, Chelsea College of Art and Design

09.30   Arrival and coffee
10.30   Artistic doctorate in the UK    Stephen Scrivener (CCW)
11.00   Artistic doctorate in Hungary   Balàzs Kicsiny (HUFA Doctoral School)
11.30   Discussion                      (Chairs) Kicsiny and Scrivener
12.00   Lunch
13.00   Doctoral presentation 1         Nemere Kerezsi (HUFA Doctoral School)
13.30   Doctoral presentation 2         Aaron McPeake (CCW)
14.00   Doctoral presentation 3         Kata Soós (HUFA Doctoral School)
14.30   Doctoral presentation 4         Katrine Hjelde (CCW)
15.00   Tea/coffee break
15.30   Doctoral presentation 5         Szabolcs Süli-Zakar (HUFA Doctoral School)
16.00   Doctoral presentation 6         Michaela Ross (CCW)
16.30   Discussion and close            (Chairs) Kicsiny and Scrivener

Since the early nineteen nineties a vigorous international discourse has been underway about the purpose and nature of artistic research. In Britain, this has been accompanied by the widespread introduction into academe of doctoral degrees in art. Whilst, the scope of artistic research is international, many countries have yet to establish doctoral programmes, whilst in others their inception predates the nineteen nineties. Thus approaches to and experiences of doctoral education in art vary markedly between one country and another. The occasion of the Recalcuting* exhibition, which arises out of collaboration between the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Doctoral School, Budapest, and CCW Graduate School, University of the Arts London, provides an opportunity to celebrate the work of artistic researchers who have successfully completed their degrees, whilst also exploring the affordances and constraints of the institutional regulatory frameworks within which their research was undertaken.

The morning session will contextualise the afternoon session by describing and discussing the frameworks regulating doctoral research doctoral degree programmes at each of the participating institutions. After lunch, recent doctoral degree holders from each school will talk about the research they undertook during their doctoral degrees.

*Recalculating, Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Art and Design, 16 John Islip St., London, SW1P 4JU, April 24th-27th 2013.

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