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MaHKU offers a two-year, English language Master of Arts (MA) program in Fine Art. The program consists of seminars, workshops, studios, and tutorials where artists, architects, curators, designers, and various theorists share their knowledge, creativity, ... more

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Board Member

Global Vernunft Foundation

Board Member
International Association of Aesthetics


philosophy , art history and general literature

University of Amsterdam and Amsterdam's Free University



University of Amsterdam

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MaHKU - Contact [cached]

Henk Slager (Professor of Artistic Research) Dean

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oost (Breda and 's-Hertogenbosch), Henk Slager is Dean at MaHKU in Utrecht, Lucy Cotter runs the Master Artistic Research in The Hague, Gabriƫlle Schleijpen is director of the Dutch Art Institute (DAI) in Arnhem, Krist Gruijthuijsen is course director of the Sandberg MFA, and Vivian Sky Rehberg heads up the Fine Arts programme at the Piet Zwart Institute (PZI).

Slager explains that group dynamics are the learning model at MaHKU and that being with each other in one big room is the best way to facilitate this. 'Students who want to work in a private studio are better off at one of the postgraduate programmes.' Gruijthuijsen stresses that the Sandberg MFA is a course with structure and obligations: 'This is not about doing whatever you want for two years.' Most master's have a rather dense programme, with lots of meetings, workshops, seminars and assignments.
One way of distinguishing ourselves is through the teachers and tutors we attract and the projects we are involved in.' Slager adds, 'The Dutch master's programmes are like islands.

MaHKU - Staff [cached]

Henk Slager The Dean is ultimately responsible for the overall development and realization (both financially and content-wise) of all MaHKU programmes. The Dean is programme leader for Critical Studies. In consultation with the theory lecturers he develops a policy for both the teaching of critical studies and for the way that the reflexive paper (research essay) is realized. Furthermore the Dean is professor of Artistic Research. In this capacity he develops a contribution to the general research policy of the Utrecht School of the Arts.

maHKU - Contact [cached]

Henk Slager (Professor of Artistic Research)

Henk Slager (dean) E:

MaHKU - News Archive [cached]

cast Yin Zi-Jieh, Hsu Rong-Hua, Chen En-Zheng, Lin Yu-Huei, Chang Nai-Wen original concept, writer, producer Tiong Ang | cinematographer, montage, sound design, writer Alejandro Ramirez| production assistant, writer, voice over Audrey Wang | electronic music composer Hsu Hsun-Hsiang (Pbh) | production assistant, location scout You-Na Wang | production assistant, haegeum musician Heekyung Ryu| general assistant, line producer Chiu Po-Ting| executive producers Hongjohn Lin, Henk Slager

A starting point for the publication is a series of curatorial projects by Henk Slager (Dean MaHKU) in various parts of the world: Flash Cube (Leeum Seoul 2007), Trans Local Motion (Shanghai Biennale 2008), Nameless Science (Apexart New York 2009), As the Academy Turns(Manifesta 2010), Any Medium Whatever (Venice Biennale 2011), Doing Research (Documenta 2012), Offside Effect (Tbilisi Triennial 2012), Joyful Wisdom(Istanbul Biennale 2013), and Aesthetic Jam (Taipei Biennale 2014).
Henk Slager co-director fifth Guangzhou Triennial / 1st Asia Biennal GDMoA
This is Henk Slager's third biennial in Asia. Previously he was curator of the Shanghai Biennial (2008) and the Tblisi Triennial (2012). In addition he worked on projects for Manifesta (2010), Georgian Pavilion in Venice (2011), Documenta (2012), Istanbul Biennial (2013 and Taipei Biennial (2014). Read more

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