PhD Research FellowshipsDEADLINE:
Oslo National Academy of the Arts aims to conduct artistic research of international relevance that produces new works of art and design, new knowledge and offers new perspectives and insights on art and society. Artistic research at Oslo National Academy of the Arts is expected to be innovative, further the professional fields, and be based on artistic practice.
There are currently five open PhD research fellowship positions:
- Position as artistic PhD research fellow in opera at The Academy of Opera
- Position as artistic PhD research fellow in theater at The Academy of Theatre
- Position as artistic PhD research fellow in Art and Craft at the Art and Craft department
- Position as artistic PhD research fellow in Contemporary Art at the Academy of Fine Art
- Position as artistic PhD research fellow in Dance and/or choreography at the Academy of Dance
The new research fellows will take up the position from October 1, 2020. Workplace on a daily basis is at Oslo National Academy of the Arts.
- Applicants have to document a certain extent of recognized artistic work/artistic research.
- Applicants must normally have a master's degree in performing or creative arts in the relevant art discipline, c.f. the descriptions in the second cycle of the Norwegian Qualifications Framework. Based on a special assessment, Oslo National Academy of the Arts may approve other, comparable qualifications as the basis for admission.
- The PhD research fellowship is a three-year full-time position with terms and conditions in accordance with regulations for state employees of universities and university-colleges and Regulations concerning terms and conditions of employment for the posts of postdoktor (post-doctoral research fellow), stipendiat (research fellow), vitenskapelig assistent (research assistant) and spesialistkandidat (resident)
- The position's starting salary is "level 54": NOK 479 600,- per annum before tax, position code SKO 1017, LR20 alt10.
Employment as artistic PhD research fellow happens subject to admission to the PhD-programme in artistic research at Oslo National Academy of the Arts