Last update: 211213
Tuesday 14 December 15.00: BFA3 meeting with Maria Hedlund and PO Persson, the lecture room, Mazetti
Thursday 16 November 10.00: Disputation Lea Porsager, Red room Inter Arts Center and online
You can always view the schedule online. Visit http://www.khm.lu.se/utbildning/schema Choose if you would like to see the whole month or just one week by using the tabs on the top right side of the schedule.
Availability during Christmas holidays
- Individual studios, MFAAR study room and project rooms and students kitchens are open daily 24/7
- Digital workshops are open daily 24/7
- Wood and plastic workshops are closed 17.12 – 9.1 – open again Monday 10 January
- Wood mounting / metal / plaster and ceramic workshops open 24/7, hazardous machines and ceramics oven will not be possible to use.
- The equipment room is closed: 23.12-9.1 open again Monday 10 January
- The library is closed: 22.12-9.1 open again Monday 10 January
- The Administration is closed: 22.12-9.1 open again Monday 10 January
THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) SITUATION
The Swedish government has decided on new infection control measures as of 1 December.
Please find new and updated Coronainformation due to new decisions from the Swedish government:
The measures concern, among other things, regulations about how indoor public gatherings and events with more than 100 participants can be conducted with or without vaccination certificates. There are also new regulations regarding infection control measures for trade fairs, museums and art galleries, but these do not include vaccination certificates. The Swedish Public Health Agency will decide on regulations and general guidelines as support in this regard.
A public gathering is a gathering “organised for the public or to which the public has access or that, taking into account the terms for admission, should be regarded as equivalent to such a gathering”. Teaching, assessment, including the public defence of doctoral theses, and research do not fall within the scope of public gatherings and events. Concerts, public lectures and other public events may be affected.
Infection control measures are to be taken regardless of the number of participants. If there are more than 100 participants, the event organiser can either use vaccination certificates or take additional infection control measures.
The use of vaccination certificates places considerable requirements on an event organiser, and it is currently being ascertained whether the University can use such certificates at all. It is also important that vaccination certificates cannot not be used in situations other than those covered by the new regulations.
The University will provide further information as soon as possible.
We still urge you to:
- Keep a good hand hygiene
- Avoid crowding
- Keep a distance – as not everyone is vaccinated
- Cough and sneeze in your elbow
- Stay at home if you feel the slightest unwell and test yourself if you have symptom
- Use your private safety equipment in the workshop to prevent spreading of the infection
IMPORTANT AND USEFUL LINKS
Link to student rights: https://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/current-students/academic-matters-and-support/student-rights-and-guidelines
We publish relevant information on our web site under the headline Nuvarande student/Current student. Keep yourself updated by checking it from time to time https://www.khm.lu.se/en/current-student
Read more about safety and general rules at: https://www.khm.lu.se/en/current-student/rules
We would like to inform you that as a student at Lund university there is a lot support to get. You can find some information at our website https://www.khm.lu.se/en/current-student/hes/health and much more at https://www.lunduniversity.lu.se/student-life/student-services