The program runs for two years and is structured by four-week phases taking place in fall, winter, spring and summer on campus at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg. These intense phases of collective learning and production alternate with phases in which students are able to research, work and study elsewhere. These on- and off-campus phases compose the “low-residency” character of the program and enable students to develop an independent and international practice beyond the studios and stages of the academy.
Here you can find a detailed plan of the phases as a pdf.
Here you can find a detailed study plan as a pdf.
The Live Art Forms Performative Master Program combines intensified phases of presence on campus with long phases of independent study and project-oriented work elswhere. The fall and winter, spring and summer phases of presence at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg focus on the campus as an archipelago of various spacial forms and situations. Live Art Forms will use the entire academy as a space to convene, discuss, present work, eat and drink together.
Here, prospective students can get an impression of the campus, its facilities and architecture.