What are the Beyond UdK_Talks and who are they for?
We aim to find out which steps are useful on the path to self-employment as an artist. What self-organised exhibition venues and contact points are there in Berlin? How open to diversity is the art market for alumni of fine arts?
15 June, 6 - 8:30pm:
Alumni talks with Patricia Sandonis, Aya Onodera, Sidsel Ladegaard
16 June, 10am - 1pm:
Experts’ roundtable with Philip Horst (ZK/U), Hannah Kruse (Goldrausch), Marisa Maza (nGbK / bbk), Dr. Yvette Mutumba (UdK Art in Context)
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Collected links about funding, venues, contact points for Fine Arts (PDF).
Patricia Sandonis is a multidisciplinary conceptual artist who works primarily with the public space. She studied Fine Arts at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid and Art in Context (M.A.) at UdK Berlin.
Aya Onodera is a painter. She studied at the Joshibi Junior College of Art and Design in Tokyo and with Prof. Burkhardt Held at UdK Berlin. She is currently pursuing a Master's degree with Prof. Anselm Reyle at Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg.
Sidsel Ladegaard studied Fine Arts at UdK Berlin and works as a freelance artist in Berlin. In 2020 she completed the Goldrausch Künstler*innen project.
Philip Horst works as an artist, curator, organiser. He is co-founder of the artists' collective KUNSTrePUBLIK and the ZK/U (Center for Art and Urbanistics).
Hannah Kruse is an art scholar and project manager of the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt. This one-year postgraduate programme promotes outstanding female artists. Every year, 15 women present their work in web, print and exhibitions, acquire art-specific professional knowledge and a wide network. The aim is to promote equal participation in a structurally unequal field of work.
Marisa Maza is a visual artist and has realised some of her projects as a curator at nGbK (neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, a grassroots democratic art society) and as a coach for the professionalisation of artists at bbk berlin (professional association of visual artists in Berlin).
Dr. Yvette Mutumba
Dr. Yvette Mutumba is currently lecturer at the Institute of Art in Context at UdK Berlin, co-founder and artistic director of the multimedia platform Contemporary And (C&) as well as Curator-at-Large at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. In 2020, she and Julia Grosse were presented with the “European Cultural Manager of the Year” award.