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Norway Should Prioritise a Good Art Education

Published: 18.03.21

Norway Should Prioritise a Good Art Education

Kristel Jæger Skorge will assume her position as the new director of KHiO on 22 March. She believes that leaders within higher education must both tolerate and like that there will be a variety of opinions, where it is natural that contemporary events will impact the field of art earlier than in other areas of society. For her, the main objective is for the Academy to remain at a top international level, something that requires everyone to be willing to participate in discussions. Skorge comes from her previous position as the University of Oslo’s director of research and innovation administration.


New mentor scheme for the opera students

Published: 16.09.16

New mentor scheme for the opera students

- Det er en helt unik mulighet vi har fått nå, sier operastudent Eilert Hasseldal (bildet). Han er en av fem studenter som nå har fått sin egen mentor ved Den Norske Opera, og skal veiledes av en profesjonell stjerne.“This is a unique opportunity we’ve been given,” says opera student Eilert Hasseldal (pictured). As one of five students to be assigned their own mentor at the Norwegian National Opera, he will now receive guidance from a professional star.


What it’s like to study at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts

Published: 01.07.16

What it’s like to study at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts

“The Academy of Fine Art offers acres of space, fantastic studios and an open, friendly environment,” says Malin Bülow after having completed her Master’s degree there. “I’ve developed tremendously during the time I’ve been here. And I’ve not least become entirely dependent on the wonderful studios here. And that’s the flip side of the coin: I’ve become so used to being here, and now it’s time for me to find my own two feet.”


What it’s like to study at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts: the Academy of Dance

Published: 01.07.16

What it’s like to study at the Oslo National Academy of the Arts: the Academy of Dance

“The environment here is fantastic, and the small class sizes allow us to receive really good supervision,” says Geir Baldersheim Leirvåg after having completed a Bachelor’s degree at the Academy of Dance. “It’s always been my dream to go to this school, always been my dream to become a dancer. The school lived up to my expectations. And now I’m ready to work as a dancer!”