Graduation Festival 2016
1 July from 16:00 – 21:00
2 July from 11:00 – 20:00
3 July from 11:00 – 20:00
4 July from 11:00 – 20:00
5 July from 11:00 – 20:00
6 July from 11:00 – 20:00
7 July from 11:00 – 20:00
From 1 to 7 July 2016 bachelor, master and postgraduate students from Artistic Research, ArtScience, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interactive Media Design (I/M/D), Interior Architecture (INSIDE), Interior Architecture & Furniture Design, Photography, Textile & Fashion and TypeMedia will present their graduation projects in the academy building at the Prinsessegracht 4 in The Hague.
The festival features exhibitions, performances, screenings, lectures, talks and much more.
On this website you will be able to get a sneak peek into the works and plan your visit with the help of our festival programme!
About the Royal Academy of Art The Hague
The Royal Academy of Art The Hague is an academy for Fine Arts and Design and offers bachelors, masters, postgraduate courses, a PhD in close cooperation with the University Leiden and preparatory courses. The Royal Academy of Art trains students to become self-aware artists and designers, able to make a meaningful contribution to their discipline and to society by means of their passion, deep expertise and experimental approach.
A website by the Royal Academy of Art The Hague, The Netherlands.
Prinsessegracht 4, Den Haag
+31 (0)70 315 4700
Concept and design
Nina Couvert, Danicha Leliveld, Sepus Noordmans (Art Direction) – Fello Films (DOP) – Danicha Leliveld (Edit) – Danicha Leliveld & Fello Films (Colorgrading) – Raphael van der Schaft (Sound) – Jordan Reaside (Voice Over) – Danicha Leliveld (Styling) – Viktorija Veljanoska (Model)
Eline van Strien
Sophie van der Sman
Special thanks to
Marieke Schoenmakers, Director of the Royal Academy of Art The Hague
Roosje Klap & Niels Schrader, Co-Heads Graphic Design Department
All project descriptions are written by students. No part of this website may be copied and/or distributed without the written permission of the students in question.
The Hague, July 2016