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3rd Cycle in the Arts

This is an international database of 3rd cycle awards in the European Higher Arts Education Area, developed within the Creator Doctus project, to identify possible examples of practice in developing and supporting artistic research.

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About the CrD project

About CrD

Our ambition with this Creator Doctus project (co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union) is to enable Higher Arts Education Institutions in all countries signed up to the Bologna Declaration to be able to independently enter into the 3rd Cycle level with an award recognised at the same level of, and equivalent to, PhD.

Klein Yael Davids

Yael Davids

Aims of the project

  • To facilitate the implementation of the 3rd cycle in those countries in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) where no such provision currently exists.
  • To further interrogate existing artistic research methodologies towards new and innovative approaches.
  • To identify good practice in developing and supporting artistic research in institutions that currently have limited or no experience in this arena.
  • To foster the development of comparable, yet distinctive creative models of artistic research practice putting enhancement of career opportunities centre stage.

Deliverables

  • A framework for a 3rd Cycle award/model for Higher Arts Education (HAE);
  • An international database of best practice in 3rd Cycle awards in HAE, which currently does not exist;
  • An online manual/handbook/tool kit for research in HAE;
  • Training programmes for teachers, employers and research students;
  • A position paper for research in HAE.

Contact Person

Sally Mometti – EQ-Arts
CrD project manager
info@creatordoctus.eu

Jeroen Boomgaard – Gerrit Rietveld Academie
CrD project coordinator
J.Boomgaard@uva.nl

3rd Cycle in the Arts

This is an international database of 3rd cycle awards in the European Higher Arts Education Area, developed within the Creator Doctus project, to identify possible examples of practice in developing and supporting artistic research.