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Royal Academy of Art - University of the Arts, The Hague

Interactive Media Design

The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague offers bachelor and master courses as well as preparatory courses. It is possible to do a PhD in the arts via Leiden University. We prepare our students for the professional field.
Choosing for the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) means choosing for a future in the world of art and culture. The KABK is a fascinating and inspiring community of upcoming artists and designers. The Royal Academy of Fine Arts and the Royal Conservatory were fused into the Academy of Fine Arts, Music and Dance on January 1 1990. The new name is the University of the Arts, The Hague.

The Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague prepares students to become self-aware artists and designers who make a significant contribution to their discipline and to society with their passion, profundity and experimental attitude.
As soon as you walk into the building you can feel it: something is going on here! Our academy exudes the sense of creativity, innovation and professionalism. We are often told by students that this is the reason to come and study at the KABK. Choosing the KABK means choosing a future in the world of art and culture. We offer you clear, up-to-date programmes designed to develop your individual creative talent. We pay a lot of attention to theory as a support for the inquiring attitude of all our students. Our tutors, who occupy prominent positions in professional practice, coach you. You can get down to work in our many, well-equipped workshops with every conceivable kind of media – from traditional to the most advanced of today’s media.

During your course of study you can make use of an exceptionally broad, high-quality and up-to-date range of media. We have both the traditional media of art and the very latest printing and cutting technologies and 3D printers. There also workshops on the premises for wood, metal, textile, computers and photography, as well as multimedia recording and editing studios. In addition the KABK has labs such as the AR+RFID Lab. You can acquire basic knowledge and skills in moving image, sound, 3D modelling and website design in introductory courses open to all academy students. Numerous lectures, film evenings, debates and exhibitions are held all through the year. STOOR, the academy shop, opened this year. The products sold there are all made by the students. After acquiring all this knowledge and experience at the KABK, you will presently be equipped to set out as a professional artist or designer.

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Royal Academy of Art - University of the Arts, The Hague
Interactive Media Design
Royal Academy of Art
Prinsessegracht 4
Den Haag
2514 AN
Netherlands

Phone: +31 (0)70 315 47 77
Email: post@kabk.nl
Web: www.kabk.nl/