Articulations – IVAM · UV · UPV study programme

The IVAM, with the Universitat de València and Universitat Politècnica de València, are launching the second edition of our international programme of studies, ARTICULACIONS.

The IVAM, as an institution attentive to the urgent issues and uncertainties of our wounded global present, has set up ARTICULACIONS as a context for hybrid research and education. An experimental space which works with and participates in contemporary art and creation, but also other forms of knowledge and cultural practices, social concerns and public space.

This is a locally anchored, international programme which requires and rehearses new working methods and ways of being in the world. It emphasises collaborative work as a means of learning from those around us, developing ideas and shaping new types of knowledge. Post-identity feminisms, popular and decolonial practices, the processes of globalisation and virtualisation, speculative and collective narratives, and caring for our planet are the frameworks that have structured the four modules of the programme: Contemporary metabolic practices, Ruptures and mediations of discourse, Walking with our heads, thinking with our feet, and the Final project.

Students of this programme will be part of a varied institutional programme which focuses on careful attention to creative and thought processes, “doing with” a community of students, professors with different academic backgrounds and professionals from the sector, from a variety of geographical areas, whose practices critically and incisively mould our ways of understanding, rehearsing and thinking about the contemporary world and its development.

By joining this programme you will acquire cross-disciplinary critical skills that will enable you to analyse, design and create different types of cultural projects on your own or with others. Final projects will be materialised at the IVAM and associate entities, giving you the possibility to carry out a real programming practice.


2nd Edition from October 4, 2023 to June 28, 2024

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1st Edition from October 6, 2022 to June 30, 2023