Heli Rekula and Stein Rønning are part of the The Carnegie Art Award 2012 exhibition that opens at the Stenersen Museum in Oslo 17 November 2011.
Several of Hito Steyerl's documentary film essays will be screened, and the artist speaks with curator and writer Tone Hansen at Hordaland Art Centre.
Six former KHiB students are enrolled in the Design Inkubator at USF Verftet for the fall of 2011.
- I am overwhelmed! says Professor Jorunn Veiteberg at the closing of the international conference ”Making or Unmaking? The Contexts of Contemporary Ceramics” after three hectic days. The conference was planned and headed by Professor Veiteberg.
Bergen National Academy of the Arts and Stiftelsen Verdighetsenteret join forces in a seminar aimed at focusing on the needs of frail elderly persons.
Three design students at KHiB received awards during BIR and Bergen municipality’s competition ReDesign at Torgallmenningen Saturday 29 October 2011.
A group of 10 Norwegian design students from the 4 National state owned design education institutions were awarded First Prize during the design fair Designers Open in Leipzig in Germany. Two of the team members were BA students of Design Martin Larsen and Martin Rygner from Bergen National Academy of the Arts.
The group show “Bergen Timeline 2011” opened at Galleri Format on 28 October 2011. The exhibition is a retrospective show based on work by artists who share a history of having studied at Bergen National Academy of the Arts (KHiB).
Jorunn Veiteberg, professor II and Head of the research project Art Value at Bergen National Academy of the Arts, has been invited to conduct The Peter Dormer Lecture 2011.
Neil Brownsword, Richard Launder, Anne Helen Mydland and Øyvind Suul, colleagues at Ceramics at KHiB, are for the first time exhibiting together. The exhibition is called "CONVERSATIONS: Brownsword, Launder, Mydland & Suul", and the exhibition will in many ways take the shape of a conversation.
Research Fellow Michelle Teran is taking part in the "Tracing Mobility" exhibition from 24 November to 12 December, 2011. The exhibition is taking place at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.
Associate Professor Øyvind Suul participates with the work "Catharsis" at The Norwegian Sculpture Biennal 2011.
In what ways can an investigation of experiences with, and attitudes to, pictograms contribute to increased reflection on life’s complexity? This is the key question in a new artistic research project investigating pictograms chaired by Professor Ashley Booth at Bergen National Academy.
Making or Unmaking? The Contexts of Contemporary Ceramics. Art Value organises international conference.
KHiB professor, artist and writer Brandon LaBelle has co-edited the publication "Site of Sound: Of Architecture and the Ear #2" together with Claudia Martinho.
Professor at Dept of Fine Art, Eamon O'kane, opens a solo exhibition at the RARE Gallery in New York 13 October 2011.
What’s the value of an insignificant cup? Why bother with trivialities? Research Fellow Kjell Rylander investigates the everyday reality of ceramics and discovers more than realism and triviality.
The exhibition "En Abyme" is the final result of Gómez-Egaña’s three year long artistic research project "Calligraphies".
Professor Kari Dyrdal participates with her piece "Harnisk & Brett" at the exhibition "Shot Through" curated by Glenn Adamson at Hordaland Art Centre. The art piece is part of the series Jacquardfortellinger. The exhibition opens on 28 October 2011 at 7pm and is on till 18 December 2011.
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