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"Stimme als Voice & Vote", celebration conference in honor to Diedrich Diederichsen's 60th anniversary, photo © Sophie-Tiller
Diploma theses by Christian Murek (left) and Nadja David (right) 2018, photo © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2019, work by Laura Hinrichsmeyer, photo © eSeL.at – Joanna Pianka
Rundgang 2019, Fachbereich Performative Kunst, Foto © eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler
Documentation on the project "PROZESS/ON" by Evi Jägle, Cosima Roth and Daphne von Schrader within the frame of "Tête-à-Tête, Bewegungs-/Aktions-/Interventionsradius Praterstern", 2018, photo © eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler
Photo © eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler
Tomash Schoiswohl, "Landschaft mit Monster und Kompott", 2013
Inaugural public lecture by Anka Ptaszkowska on the project "Principle of Equality—Open Studio" by Adam Szymczyk, 2019, photo © Victor Brazdil
eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler, Foto © Victor Brazdil
Opening of the exhibition "Pro(s)thesis" at the xhibit – Exhibition Space of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2017, photo © Victor Brazdil
"Stimme als Voice & Vote", celebration conference in honor to Diedrich Diederichsen's 60th anniversary, photo © Sophie-Tiller
Diploma theses by Christian Murek (left) and Nadja David (right) 2018, photo © Lisa Rastl
Open Days 2019, work by Laura Hinrichsmeyer, photo © eSeL.at – Joanna Pianka
Rundgang 2019, Fachbereich Performative Kunst, Foto © eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler
Documentation on the project "PROZESS/ON" by Evi Jägle, Cosima Roth and Daphne von Schrader within the frame of "Tête-à-Tête, Bewegungs-/Aktions-/Interventionsradius Praterstern", 2018, photo © eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler
Photo © eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler
Tomash Schoiswohl, "Landschaft mit Monster und Kompott", 2013
Inaugural public lecture by Anka Ptaszkowska on the project "Principle of Equality—Open Studio" by Adam Szymczyk, 2019, photo © Victor Brazdil
eSeL.at – Lorenz Seidler, Foto © Victor Brazdil
Opening of the exhibition "Pro(s)thesis" at the xhibit – Exhibition Space of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2017, photo © Victor Brazdil

The Academy's teaching and research work rests on a differentiated concept of art which relates to the aesthetic appearance of a work of art as well as to the characteristic forms of thought underlying artistic practice. First and foremost, we understand art as a mode of thinking and acting which becomes manifest in a wide range of media. Art, as a specific form of insight, can also be expressed by representatives of many professions seemingly unrelated to art.

Study programs at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna:
Diploma program in Fine Arts
Diploma program in Scenography
Bachelor in Architecture
Master in Architecture
Diploma program in Conservation and Restoration
Bachelor in Education in the Arts
Master in Eduaction in the Arts
Master in Critical Studies

Doctoral studies:
Doctor of Philosophy/PhD
Doctor of Technical Sciences
Doctor of Science
PhD in Practice

For the requirements of the relevant study program please see enrolment and please note the dates of the admission exams as well as the deadline for the Continuing Registration Online.

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