A unique programme in Spain that offers specific training and follow-up in the field of artistic research in music for the development of doctoral theses. Aimed at students who will be doing their doctoral studies in different programmes of the Doctoral School of the University of Valladolid EsDUVa.
With a clear inspirational mission, the DART offers its students personalised support to develop their skills in the most current fields of artistic research while exploring new paths of knowledge within a structured and rigorous programme, but with creativity as the common ground.
DART is based at the IKG headquarters in Real Sitio de San Ildefonso, Segovia. Its modern facilities are adapted to create an ideal space for reflection, training and multidisciplinary practice in an inspiring, creative and innovative environment. It also has its own theatre, equipped to host multidisciplinary artistic research projects, symposia and conferences.
The programme, of a transversal and multidisciplinary nature, operates under the IKG’s research fields for a period of 3 years.
Transversal sessions agreed with the EsDUVa
Every year, the programme includes between 8 and 9 transversal training sessions, aimed at the specific training of students to acquire the theoretical and practical tools necessary for artistic research and its application within the empirical framework that is based on the design and preparation of their doctoral thesis project. This is a training programme which, by its nature and in accordance with the objective of the programme, has a clear mission to inspire, reveal and innovate in order to promote the understanding of research and critical capacity of the student.
When: Monthly meetings on Friday afternoons from 16:00 to 20:00, Saturdays from 10:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 20:00 and Sundays from 10:00 to 14:00.
Where: At the Katarina Gurska Institute for Artistic Research with the Teatro Canónigos del Real Sitio de San Ildefonso.
Who: Teachers, Speakers and Professionals specialized in different areas of artistic research and applied music research.
Academic and Artistic Advisors/Mentors
Each student admitted to the programme receives personalised advice from the moment of registration until the completion of their artistic research project. The student can select from a list of advisors and mentors the most suitable specialist to give viability to his or her project and to be able to carry it out.
When: Throughout the program and based on the specific needs of the student.
Where: At the Katarina Gurska Institute for Artistic Research and in on-site or virtual format on demand.
Who: Assigned advisors and mentors upon request and consensus with the student. Invited researchers from the transversal sessions. National and international experts related to the object of study of each student.
DART students will have an annual research laboratory where they will acquire the skills that enable them to carry out practical and theoretical research, by designing, developing and implementing a preset idea within a scientific-artistic research context.
When: During weekend meetings, Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday within the established calendar. Before the meetings, students will work on the materials provided by the laboratory director. The presentation of results will later be disseminated on IKG platforms.
Where: At the Katarina Gurska Institute for Artistic Research
Who: By internationally renowned researchers with experience in the field of artistic research and innovation.
Admission and Registration
The deadline for the submission of the application form for applicants to the DART Programme is 10 September 2023:
- 10th of September 2023
Students admitted to the DART programme may submit an application for admission to one of the 29 doctoral programmes of the University of Valladolid:
- First Call: 15 September 2023
APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION DART 23-24 – download PDF here
The program has an initial duration of 3 years and its total cost is 11,000€ payable in three installments at the beginning of each academic year:
- Year 1: 5,000€
- Year 2: 3,000€
- Year 3: 3,000€
The amount includes the active participation of the student in all the training activities of the Transversal Sessions, the Research Laboratory, International Congress and the Academic-Artistic Mentorship included in the programme for a period of 3 years. Students may request an extension of the registration fee for a cost to be determined according to the student’s training needs. Tuition fees do not included registration at EsDUVa.
For more information, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Transversal Sessions||Transversal Sessions||Transversal Sessions|
|Artistic and Academic mentorship||Artistic and Academic mentorship||Artistic and Academic mentorship|
|Research Laboratory||Research Laboratory||Research Laboratory|
|International Congress||International Congress|
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Dart Sessions 2023-2024
|October 13||Edgar Ferrer||Orchestral Arrangements in Artistic Research|
|October 14-15||Xoan - Xil López & José Ignacio Palacios||Field recording and soundscape laboratory & Latest trends in music research|
|November 17||Ruth Pinedo||Research design and methodology|
|November 18-19||Paulo de Assis & Jorge Salgado Correia||Preparation of a performative artistic laboratory & Philosophy and music|
|December 15||Reinhold Friedl||Artistic laboratory preparation workshop|
|December 16-17||Pamela Burnard||Artistic research in education|
|January 12||Jesús Tejada||Workshop on the elaboration of scientific articles|
|January 13-14||Marina Gall||Ethical Issues: Researching children and disabled people & Multidisciplinary researcher session|
|February 16||Paulo de Assis||Preparation of a performative artistic laboratory|
|February 17-18||Paulino Capdepón, José Luis Parejo Llanos & Ruth Pinedo||Advising on the preparation of musicological theses, on the theoretical framework of the doctoral thesis & methodology in the field of music education|
|March 15-16-17||Deniz Peters||Performative artistic laboratory|
|April 19-20-21||Paulo de Assis||Performative artistic laboratory|
|May 10||Inés Monreal Guerrero||Competential learning and visible thinking laboratory|
|May 11-12||Trond Lossius||Sound, place and space|
|June 14-15-16||Reinhold Friedl||Artistic Laboratory|
Direction and Management
- Inés Monreal Guerrero, Ph.D, Academic Director of Dart Program
- Sara Herrero Gozalo, Programs Coordination
- Paulino Capdepón Verdú, Ph.D, President
- Antonio Narejos Bernabéu, Ph.D
- David Carabias Galindo, Ph.D
- Inés Monreal Guerrero, Ph.D