Upcoming event: Master Media Design: Experimental Publishing, and Master Media Design: Lens-Based - Piet Zwart Institute Open House
During our annual Open House on Saturday February 10 2018 staff and students of the Master Media Design: Experimental Publishing, and Master Media Design: Lens-Based will be presenting and available for questions across the 4th floor of the Willem de Kooning Academy at Wijnhaven 61 where they will be in the company of colleagues of Master Education in Arts, and Master Media Design: Experimental Publishing, and Master Media Design: Lens-Based. Wijnhaven 61 is also a home to the workshop facilities of the Piet Zwart Institute. The one-hour tours around the Academy are available now and are held at 4pm on Tuesday’s. You can sign up for a tour through firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the Open House staff and students from the Master Fine Art programme will be present for questions and presentations and hold Open Studios at the course's own location at Karel Doormanhof 45, 3012 GC Rotterdam.
A detailed programme of our Open House event on February 10th, 2018 will appear shortly on the Piet Zwart Institute website.
The Lens-Based Media study at the Piet Zwart Institute is a postgraduate programme and part of the Willem de Kooning Academy at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. It focuses on approaching animation, photography, and the full range of contemporary cinematic forms as a single expanded field.
You will be encouraged to develop fluency across the whole range of lens-based media, to create a strong individual visual language and an original subjective vision, and to employ your developing fluency and skills to create ambitious and distinctive new approaches to both cinema and photography.
The course is taught by staff with international reputations in their respective fields.
In addition to the staff tutors, we invite a wide range of international practitioners and theorists as guest lecturers and tutors.
Please visit Piet Zwart Institute site for more information.
Cover project: The Ministry of Anomie by Julia Kul.