• Programme in brief
  • What to expect from us
  • What do we expect from you?

Master in brief

The new international Master Performing Public Space (PPS) is designed for international creatives from a variety of art disciplines, who currently focus on public space as their artistic environment. This blended-learning program (online/on-campus) is breaking new ground in investigating public space as a backdrop for artistic expression and intervention. Creatives with a background in theatre, dance, circus, music, fine arts, architecture, digital arts and graphic design are welcome to join this program.

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Online Learning Community

PPS offers you an enriching & flexible learning environment, which directly relates to your current artistic work in public space. The teaching methods, which are based on the principles of Social Transformative Learning, are designed to be highly adaptable. Individual coaching, paired with 24/7 access to the online learning platform, together with on-site bootcamps held in Tilburg, the Netherlands, will make you part of a creative international community.


Are you a Critical Thinker?
We are looking for goal-oriented creatives that are currently developing artistic work in public space. We encourage creatives who work independently, but are willing to communicate in dialogue and sharing sessions. Students will be asked to reflect on their individual works in progress, and to co-investigate intervention practices in public space throughout the program.

Master Content

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Join our online webinar at January 26 (2-3 pm CET)!

Meet the team and learn more about Master Performing Pubic Space.

Register here

PPS Project Gallery

Online platform presenting projects created by our students throughout the one-year program.

PPS Project Gallery

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Course type
Study variant
Start moment(s)
12 months
Master of Arts


Fontys Master Performing Public Space
Tilburg, the Netherlands

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Image: Vitoria Andrade and Gian Luca