Open PhD Position in Artistic Research, Tromsø
The Arctic University Museum of Norway / Academy for Fine Arts, Tromsø
Application deadline: Dec 6, 2020
The Arctic University Museum of Norway / Academy for Fine Arts, which is part of UiT The Arctic University of Norway, announces an open position for a PhD fellow in Artistic Research oriented towards curatorial practices linked to Northern Norway, Sápmi and/or Svalbard.
The PhD research fellow shall develop and implement an independent project in curatorial practices in Northern Norway, Sápmi and/or Svalbard. The research fellow will be part of UiT’s research group Worlding Northern Art (WONA).
The workplace is at UiT in Tromsø. The candidate must be able to start in the position within a reasonable time, within 6 months after receiving the offer. The position has a start up date fall 2021.
The position is for a period of four years. The nominal length of the PhD programme is three years. The fourth year is distributed as 25 % each year, and will consist of teaching and other duties for the The Arctic University Museum of Norway and Academy for Fine Arts.
The research fellow will be enrolled in the Norwegian Artistic Research School. Arrangements will be made for the research fellow to be admitted to the PhD programme in artistic research at the University of Bergen (UiB).
The objective of the position is to complete research training to the level of a doctoral degree. Admission to a PhD programme is a prerequisite for employment, and the programme period starts on commencement of the position. The PhD candidate shall participate in the faculty’s organized research training, and the PhD project shall be completed during the period of employment. Information about the application process for admission to the PhD programme, application form and regulations for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor
(PhD) are available here:
The link to the open call is found here:
JOB: Open PhD Position in Artistic Research, Tromsø. In: ArtHist.net, Oct 23, 2020 (accessed Nov 24, 2020), <https://arthist.net/archive/23764>.