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Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © Claudia Rohrauer
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at
Open Days 2013, Photo © eSeL.at

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.

By offering seminars and carrying out a great variety of projects, the Institutes of Art Theory and Cultural Studies and of Natural Sciences and Technology in the Arts ensure a high theoretical standard in all the departments. This is closely linked to the training of art teachers, which we consider central in conveying and communicating art to others. The course structure, based on diploma studies and/or bachelor/master programs, is augmented through various doctoral studies, including an internationally renowned PhD-in-Practice program, as well as through the master program Critical Studies. This wide range of courses offered by the Academy enables students to pursue their own individual goals, and to obtain a variety of qualifications.