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Artist Training FINE ARTS III - Empower, Navigate, Participate

source: Kenan Melhem

Artist Training FINE ARTS III - Empower, Navigate, Participate, 9 – 13 Dec 2019

Artist Training FINE ARTS III provides 5 days of information, consulting and networking to establish for artists in exile.

Artist Training FINE ARTS is a qualification program offered by the UdK Berlin Career College for artists in exile from the field of visual and fine arts. The goal of the module FINE ARTS III is to give a better understanding of how to navigate the art world in Germany. Alongside the workshop, participants will have the chance to create new networks and a niche for themselves in the creative industry. The course is addressed to professional artists only, registrations with a Portfolio or CV is required. The program is free of charge.

Contemporary art today is part of a complex and interwoven global system that consists not only of art itself but also has developed specific structures, knows specific processes and obeys certain rules. It is an operating system in itself with national and international rules, peculiarities and partly invisible boundaries. The Artist Training FINE ARTS III offers various sessions and workshops to better participate and access different realities of the commercial and non-commercial fields.
Topics are: What formalities (CV, Portfolio, Website, Instagram, etc.) do I have to create and demonstrate to find access? How do I improve my personal communication and how do I perform? How and where can I participate and access this operating system?

Supervisors FINE ARTS III – Khaled Barakeh & Katia Reich

Venue: UdK Berlin Career College, Bundesallee 1-12, 10719 Berlin, Raum 341

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Head of Program: Dr. Melanie Waldheim            melanie.waldheim_
Module coordination: Manuela Goschy             artisttraining-ziw_

The project Artist Training for Professionals is funded with means of the European Union (European Social Fund). In cooperation with the Filmuniversity Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF.