The Master of Advanced Studies in Art & Society provides advanced education for agents working with art in social transformation and change processes.

Register now for these modules:

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Focus: best practices (art in social contexts) and evaluation criteria.
Open Call, Art & Society Archive.
TALK #4 Chair: Alex Tam Hok Nang 23 FEB 2019
TALK #3 Chair: Yang Yeung 24 NOV 2018

Josephine Wai, Cedric Maridet, Alex Tam Kok Nang, Dominique Lämmli

TALK #2 Chair: Lau Kin Chi 27 OCT 2018

Sit Tsui and Lam Tsz Man
Veenes Cheng, Irene Hui, Peter Bölsterli, Dominique Lämmli

TALK #1 Chair: M.P. Leung 29 SEP 2018

Harry Leung Ho-Yin, Alex Tam, Peter Bölsterli, Dominique Lämmli

The next expert workshops: Saturdays, 3 – 6 pm
23 FEB, 30 MAR, 27 APR, and 25 MAY 2019

Solomon Prakash Social Entrepreneurship. 21 NOV 2018
WEN YAU Auto-Ethnography. 7 NOV 2018


Our Study Programme:

Advance your experience as an art-co-practitioner and tackle contemporary social issues through art.

You can register for one or several modules or for the entire MAS Art & Society programme.

  • Apprenticeship
  • Study Tour
  • Tech & Digital
  • Stuy Tours

The MAS Art & Society consists of three Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) programmes and a MAS Project.

Modules focus on and take place in real-life contexts.

Modules are designed collaboratively with local partner organisations, with artists, community and social workers, and researchers.

The modules provide in-depth and/or complementary studies, know-how, and experiences.

For further information please click:
CAS Art as Agent, CAS Practice Based Research, CAS Tools, MAS Project.

  • Tech & Digital
  • Stuy Tours


Photo credits: Annemarie Bucher, Marc Dusseiller, Nanna Heidenreich, Jay Koh, Dominique Lämmli, Lau Kin Chi.