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Inter Arts Center (IAC)

Inter Arts Center (IAC) is a research infrastructure for artistic research and research in music education, research education, cross-disciplinary art and research, and cooperation with both academic and artistic partners. It is part of the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts at Lund University and operates in close dialogue with the three academies Malmö Art Academy, Malmö Academy of Music and Malmö Theatre Academy.

IAC is a center that facilitates meetings between the faculty’s researchers and both the rest of the university and the society at large.

IAC was established in 2010 and is located on the fourth floor of the old Mazetti chocolate factory, in central Malmö. It is a work and meeting place for researchers and artists who use the advanced technical facilities for short and long-term projects. The center includes sound, video and artist studios, and venues for performances, concerts, installations, screenings, talks and seminars.

IAC aims to create a strong cross-disciplinary environment for artistic inquiry, development, production, and exchange. As a unique place for experimentation, IAC particularly supports and promotes artistic development work, research with a focus on technology-oriented art and cross-disciplinary projects and processes.

Short facts

  • Research infrastructure established in 2010.
  • Part of the Faculty of Fine and Performing Arts at Lund University.
  • Located in the Mazetti chocolate factory in Malmö.
  • Provides technical support and equipment for artistic explorations.
  • Offers a complementary platform and a meeting place for research and practice outside the institutions’ regular activities.
  • General focus on cross-disciplinary endeavours and strengthening the relationship and exchange between art, science, and technology.
  • Offers public events such as performances, concerts, installations, exhibitions, lectures, seminars and workshops.