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December 4: During this fall, five individual students from MA in Performance shares part of phase one of their research in a series of open events. This weekend, Stefan Andersson invites you to his performance at the academy.

December 4: During this fall, five individual students from MA in Performance shares part of phase one of their research in a series of open events. This weekend, Cecilio Orozco invites you to his performance at the academy.

From November 26 until November 28: During this fall, five individual students from MA in Performance shares part of phase one of their research in a series of open events. Next up is Ayesha Jordan, who invites you to join her at beautiful Tredalen on Hvaler this upcoming weekend.

October 23-29: MA students in both Scenography and Performance will be in Bergen this week and next. They are preparing to be seen and sensed under Meteor International Theatre Festival hosted by BIT Teatergarasjen. We have our own little hub at Palmera, and during this weekend and next we will have some events open to the public.

October 21: Five individual students from MA in Performance will share part of phase one of their research, in a series of open events this fall. The first student to present his research is Nicolaj Frederik Wamberg.

NTA teachers Electa Behrens and Øystein Elle will have a presentation of their research work at the Theatre and Performance Research Association's conference today. YOU AND ME: Performing and Queering Whiteness focus on the intersectional materiality of the voice within the larger theoretical context of aurality studies.

September 16-18: The first part of NTA research fellow Jakob Oredsson's artistic research project Scenography as Symbiosis will be realized this coming week in Stavanger, Norway. Symbiotic Scenes is a public scenographic work appearing on the gravel plot in front of TOU, Scene 1 and the fjord.

Welcome back! All BA and MA students are now knee deep in workshops together, reconnecting after weeks away from campus during summer. We are looking forward to what this study year will bring!

Some of our bachelor students in both acting and scenography have been working in Oslo this spring, collaborating with Kunsthøgskolen in Oslo’s graduation students at BA in Theatre Directing, and also with students at Operahøgskolen. All performances will be presented for an internal audience, and we send our best from Fredrikstad!

We give our congratulations to NTA artistic research fellow Thomas Talawa Prestø who has been awarded Fylkeskulturprisen 2020 by Viken county municipality! The award is given as a recognition of outstanding cultural work, which has significance for the entire county, or makes Viken known in a positive way nationally or internationally.

Welcome to artistic research fellow Gunhild Mathea Husvik-Olaussen's digital Viva Voce (dispute) on January 27 at 13:30. In this public event, she will conclude her artistic research project RESPONSIVE SPACE – SOUNDING INTO MATERIALITY by discussion and reflection with the assessment committee. Due to the current situation, the event will be live-streamed via Zoom. The Viva Voce will be held in Norwegian.

Our BA students, together with director Laurent Chétouane, invite you to join them here at the academy this upcoming weekend: CHERRY ORCHARD ÉTUDES - A play around the play by Chekhov

Norwegian Theatre Academy at Østfold University College has vacant positions open in different departments. Read more about the positions and how to apply here.