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Marijke Hoogenboom is professor at the Academy of Theatre and Dance of the Amsterdam University of the Arts. She was a co-founder of DasArts and is presently the head of the University’s cross faculty Artist-in-Residence program, the head of Research of the Academy of Theatre and Dance, and since 2016 the chair of DAS Graduate School.
She is an advisor for the Dutch Fund for Performing Arts, part of the Council of the Berlin Centre for Arts and Sciences (UdK), the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, and on the Advisory Board of the Research Hub of Uniarts Helsinki. Also she is on the Editorial Board of the Routledge Journal Performance Research and FORUM+ (Art & Research in the Low Countries), and a member of the Steering Group of ARIAS, Amsterdam Research Institute in Arts and Sciences. Marijke also serves on the board of Veem House for Performance, De Nieuwe Toneelbibliotheek and Futurability, she has co-initiated Het Transitiebureau, the Cultuurparlement van de Lage Landen and De Agenda, three critical platforms in the Netherlands with and for a diverse group of professionals from the field. In 2008 she received the Marie-Kleine Gartman Pen for artists and theatre commentators from the Dutch Stage Association. In 2018 the Comenius Senior Fellowship Grant from the Netherlands Initiative for Education Research.
The main focus of research and writing is on innovations in the art academy, specifically in the context of contemporary art production and societal challenges, graduate and postgraduate education and artistic research.
Publications include Archeological expectation high, The transformation of Grootlab into a place for arts education(“Traces of Time”, 2016). Walking in a different wayand No connection without contamination(’’rekto:verso 69“, 2015). Wie verändert der Bologna Prozess die künstlerische Ausbildung, (“Wie? Wofür? Wie weiter? Ausbildung für das Theater von morgen“, Berlin 2012).If artistic research is the answer - what is the question? Some notes on a new trend in art education(“Practice and Research, Cairon 13, Journal of Dance Studies“, 2010), Building with blocks(“Theatre, Dance and Performance Training, Vol. 1(1)“, 2010. And as editor the series Gesprekken met Makers(De Nieuwe Toneelbibliotheek, since 2014), From TINA to TAMARA, Radio Futura-Het Boek(2014), Na(ar) het theater, After Theatre?, Supplements to the international conference on postdramatic theatre(2007).