News from Oslo National Academy of the Arts.
Searchable overview of all the academic and administrative staff
Oslo National Academy of the Arts has a board and a dual management structure with an elected Rector and an appointed Director. The Academy is divided into academic departments, with responsibility for the various subject areas, and administrative sections, which handle shared administrative tasks.
Councils and committees
To ensure academic cooperation and a productive learning environment internally, and to promote cooperation between the Academy and external work environments, Oslo National Academy of the Arts has instituted several councils and committees.
The Studio House in Arcueil
Thanks to donations from ten wealthy Norwegian art enthusiasts, in 1939 the National Academy of Fine Arts was able to purchase a studio house for use by “young art students” in the district of Arcueil, just south of Paris. The legendary Studio House has been used by artists since 1945. In recent years, the need for renovation was becoming increasingly evident, but ...
Galleries and stages
The Oslo National Academy of the Arts has many galleries where student may exhibit their works, as well as no less than nine professionally equipped stages for the performing arts. In addition, there are other rooms that are normally used as classrooms, but are also used to show art to the public on special occasions, such as during the Avgang exhibitions for grad...
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Oslo National Academy of the Arts is located at Fossveien 24 in Grünerløkka, Oslo, in a converted sailcloth factory, right beside the River Aker. Covering an area of 43,000 m2, it is one of the largest arts educational institutes in northern Europe.