Presentations


First Semester Presentations: Requirements


Bachelor 1

Presentation
— Present your project plans for the second semester. What is the topic of your research and what is your research question? What kind of work do you envision to come out at the end of the second semester?
— Use examples of this year’s first semester (inside and outside the Interfaculty) as a filter on showing what you learnt, what you realised, how you progressed… and what you are heading for: how did all this shape your plans?
— For your first semester presentation, choose a form that suits your position and work, do not just list your achievements and plans. Show sketches and experiments you already performed.
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like to have feedback on.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Bachelor 2

Presentation
— Present your project plans for the second semester. What is the topic of your research and what is your research question? What kind of work do you envision to come out at the end of the second semester?
— Use examples of this year’s first semester (inside and outside the Interfaculty) as a filter on showing what you learnt, what you realised, how you progressed… and what you are heading for: how did all this shape your plans?
— Position yourself as an artist: where are you now, what do you stand for? To which domains in the arts do you relate? To which media, discourses, research fields, senses or other? Who influences you?
— For your first semester presentation, choose a form that suits your position and work, do not just list your achievements and plans. Show sketches and experiments you already performed.
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like to have feedback on.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Bachelor 3

Presentation
— Present your project plans for the second semester. What is the topic of your research and what is your research question? What kind of work do you envision to come out at the end of the second semester?
— Use examples of this year’s first semester (inside and outside the Interfaculty) as a filter on showing what you learnt, what you realised, how you progressed… and what you are heading for: how did all this shape your plans?
— Position yourself as an artist: where are you now, what do you stand for? Relate this position to the domain of ArtScience. What is this domain for you? What would you like it to be? Which research fields inspire you? Which questions?
— For your first semester presentation, choose a form that suits your position and work, do not just list your achievements and plans. Show sketches and experiments you already performed.
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like to have feedback on.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Bachelor 4

Presentation
— Present the status of your final exam project. Show examples of your research, sketches and other relevant material. Explain the research trajectory for the second semester: what is the topic of your research and what is your research question? Which problems are there still to solve?
— For your first semester presentation, choose a form that suits your position and work, do not just list your achievements and plans.
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like to have feedback on.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Master 1

Presentation
— Present the status of your research and the work it might lead to. What are your plans for the second semester? What is the topic of your research and what is your research question? What is your planning? Have things in your initial plan changed? If so, how and why?
— Relate to your position as an artist, specifically in the ArtScience domain.
— Position yourself as an artist: where are you now, what do you stand for? Relate this position to the domain of ArtScience. What is this domain for you? What would you like it to be? Which research fields inspire you? Which questions?
— For your first semester presentation, choose a form that suits your position and work, do not just list your achievements and plans. Show sketches and experiments you already performed.
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like to have feedback on.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presntation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Master 2

Presentation
— Present the status of your final exam project. Show examples of your research, sketches and other relevant material. Explain the research trajectory for the second semester: what is the topic of your research and what is your research question? Which problems are there still to solve? What is your planning? Have things in your plan changed? If so, how and why?
— For your first semester presentation, choose a form that suits your position and work, do not just list your achievements and plans.
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like to have feedback on.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Second Semester Presentations: Requirements


Bachelor 1

Presentation
— Present a work that is the result of this year of study.
— Prepare to tell about your research plans for next year. Which way will you go?
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like the teachers to give feedback on in the discussion time after your presentation.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Bachelor 2

Presentation
— Present a work that is the result of this year of study.
— Prepare to tell about your research plans for next year. Which way will you go?
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like the teachers to give feedback on in the discussion time after your presentation.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Bachelor 3

Presentation
— Present a work that is the result of this year of study.
— Prepare to tell about your research plans for next year: how far have the ideas about your final exam formed? Which way will you go?
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like the teachers to give feedback on in the discussion time after your presentation.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Bachelor 4

Final Exam
— Present the final work that is the outcome of your fourth year of studies. You have a maximum of 30 minutes for the presentation of this work. (If your work needs more time you should specifically request this at the latest at the moment of your Preview Exam).
— The work should stand on its own, meaning that you are not supposed to explain anything before showing the work. If the work does need explanation (i.e. instructions, contextualisation, etcetera) you should incorporate it in the work. For example as a performed action, texts on walls, a publication, and so on.
— If your work (partly) consists of published texts or other time-consuming material (for instance a book or a website) make sure this is distributed to the committee at the latest 24 hours before the exam. Please note the committee exists not only of the core teachers, but also an external committee member and possibly directors and/or observers from kabk/koncon exam committees. Consult the ArtScience coordinator beforehand if you need to distribute material.
— After the presentation there will be 5 minutes for questions and clarifications. This time is not intended for discussion.


Master 1

Presentation
— Present a work that is the result of your first year of research.
— Present the status of your research: what did you achieve, what failed, what did you discover and what changed? Give a clear outline on the continuation of your research in the second year: what do you head for, what are hurdles to take and what are unknowns? What is your planning?
— You have a maximum of 20 minutes for your presentation. There will be another 20 minutes for discussion with the teachers and other students.

Questions
— Formulate two questions about your presentation, work and position that you would like the teachers to give feedback on in the discussion time after your presentation.

Text
— Write a text of approx. 300 words in which you describe the topics of your presentation. State the topic of your research and formulate your research question.
— Submit this text by email to the teachers two days before the presentation at the latest.


Master 2

Final Exam
— Present the final work that is the outcome of your research of the past two years. You have a maximum of 30 minutes for the presentation of this work. (If your work needs more time you should specifically request this at the latest at the moment of your Preview Exam).
— The work should stand on its own, meaning that you are not supposed to explain anything before showing the work. If the work does need explanation (i.e. instructions, contextualisation, etcetera) you should incorporate it in the work. For example as a performed action, texts on walls, a publication, and so on.
— If your work (partly) consists of published texts or other time-consuming material (for instance a book or a website) make sure this is distributed to the committee at the latest 24 hours before the exam. Please note the committee exists not only of the core teachers, but also an external committee member and possibly directors and/or observers from koncon/kabk exam committees. Consult the ArtScience coordinator beforehand if you need to distribute material.
— After the presentation there will be 5 minutes for questions and clarifications. This time is not intended for discussion.