Newsletter April ’18 | DAS Graduate School

Newsletter April ’18 | DAS Graduate School. Photo: Block '18 presentation by Brogan Davison. Picture by: Thomas Lenden.

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In our April newsletter: a How Do You Work Session with Jamie Olawale Kosko, a sustainable support structure for Third Cycle research and our two new platforms for expanding the ways in which we share the results of our work. 

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Newsletter April ’18 | DAS Graduate School

How Do You Work: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko
Investigating and developing your practice and work go hand in hand. We invite guests, artists and cultural practitioners to share their way of working and engage in a conversation. On the 12th of April, you are welcome to join the session with Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Nigerian-American curator, author, and performance artist. Read more...

Expanding Third Cycle research
One of DAS Graduate School’s ongoing ambitions is to explore research opportunities for performing artists on the PhD level or its equivalent. After two successful years with a first group of participants in THIRD, we are pleased to be able to develop our pilot into a sustainable support structure and have selected a second cohort that starts in July 2018. Read more...

Our two new publication platforms
While we appreciate the intimacy and rather small scale of our environment, we are also curious about expanding the ways in which we can communicate our activities and share the results of our work with more diverse audiences. DAS Graduate School is therefore launching two new platforms for the publication of audio and written material: DAS Radio and DAS Papers. Read more…