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At the student art galleries, KHM1 and KHM2, the students have the opportunity to exhibit their work in well-functioning and flexible exhibition spaces. In the beginning of every schoolyear, early in autumn, all new students admitted to the Bachelor and Master programme present their works in a group exhibition. During the rest of the school year master students present their individual graduation shows at KHM1 and KHM2. All exhibitions are open to the public. The Annual exhibition takes place at Båghallarna each year in May.  

Please note that the Annual Exhibitions 2020 and 2021 were digital.

Address KHM1: Friisgatan 15b
Address KHM2: Berggatan 29 (3rd floor)




Students are given access to the workshops only after training in how to use the machines and equipment.

The academy offers well-equipped workshops for wood, metal, plaster, plastic, clay, concrete, lens based media; film, video, digital and analog photography, digital image processing, 3D printing and animation. The workshops are located in Båghallarna, Föraregatan 4 and at Dimman, Bergsgatan 20 and are usually staffed week days, 8 a.m-4 p.m.

In addition, the academy has well developed collaborations with workshops in Malmö city. You can, for example, work with bronze and aluminium casting at Monumentalverkstaden, silk screen at KKV Grafik and 3D printing at Digitala Bildverkstaden. The collaboration gives you a possibility to establish contact with the professional resources available outside of the academy already during your training.

Learn more about each workshop



Our premises offer private studios for the 75 students on the Fine Arts programmes. Students have access to their studios 24 hours a day throughout the year. Most of the studios are located at Båghallarna but seven of them are on Dimman. These are for those who do not work with soiling techniques.



The library is located in Kulturhuset Mazetti, Bergsgatan 29. The library's collection consists of around 7000 volumes, including monographs, exhibition catalogues, art history, art theory and related subjects such as philosophy, psychology and sociology. Only students and staff at the Malmö Art Academy are eligible to borrow from the library. Visiting guests are of course most welcome to sit in the library and read. 

Please note that the library currently is open for students only due to the pandemic.

To the library page


Studios in Amsterdam and Berlin

The art academy has one apartment in Berlin and one in Amsterdam. The students can apply to go there for a period of time (normally 3-6 weeks) to carry out a project that is connected to one of the cities. Applications are submitted once per semester and are reviewed and approved by the institutional board.

Gipsstrasse 3, 101 19 Berlin (i stadsdelen Mitte)

Keizerrijk 92, 1012 Amsterdam


Inter Arts Center

Inter Arts Center (IAC) is a platform for artistic research and experimentation. IAC’s mission includes to support and initiate interdisciplinary cooperation between artists, researchers and external partners as well as between the faculty and Lund University.

IAC is not only a meeting point and workplace with advanced technical equipment and space for the faculty and university's students, teachers and researchers but is also used for external collaborative projects. Every year up to 150 external artists and researchers take part in projects within the realms of visual arts, dance, music and theater at the IAC.

Learn more about IAC