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Gerrit Rietveld Academie

The Gerrit Rietveld Academie is a university of applied sciences for Fine Arts and Design. We offer one Bachelor's degree programme and four Master's programmes. From academic year 2014-2015 the Academie will be offering the Bachelor's degree programme Art & Design (formerly the two programmes Fine Arts and Design). This combination expresses our vision concerning art education in which autonomous and applied art form a single entity. This degree programme has twelve specialisations. All students follow a general first year (the Basic Year) and then choose one of these specialisations for in-depth study in the following three years. The Rietveld Academie also offers a part-time Bachelor's programme. The Basis Year of the part-time Bachelor's programme lasts two years and is followed by three years of in-depth study. Read More

Visit the Rietveld Academie on Open Monumentendag Sept 12 & 13
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A new design by Kees Maas
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Apply for Orientation Year before August 28
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UNSEEN FESTIVAL
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SELECTED 2015 in Castrum Peregrini and Everything Is Fucking Art B.V.
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Charlotte Köhler Prijs for alumnus Jan Hoek
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APPLYING FOR 2016-2017
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New identity for Glass Pavilion
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Gerrit Rietveld Academie presents the winners of the GRA AWARDS
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Eight Cubic Meters by Julia Vrager
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Notice to all former students of Frido Troost!
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Graduate Amelie Tegtmeyer new Photographer in Residence at Hogeschool van Amsterdam
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Photo of Tegtmeyer's work duri…

'Wilful Blindness' @W139 - 2 days ago

September 2015

Melanie Bonajo, Night Soil, 20…

“Survival K(n)it 7” - 2 days ago

Phil Baber – Grafisch Ontwerpen 2009

Minke Hoeksma – Beeldende Kunst 2015

Marnix van Uum – Fotografie 2015

Well Now, it Looks as if You are Armed for Battle

An installation that is activa…

Haviv Ajzenberg – DOGtime ID UM 2015

Dorien Immig – DOGtime Beeldende Kunst 2015
Selection of Photo series Unti…

Andy Woortman – Beeldende Kunst 2015

Arian de Vette – Beeldende Kunst 2014