Birgit Effinger (links) and Hannah Kruse (rechts)
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Birgit Effinger studied art history, cultural studies and philosophy at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She regularly contributes articles on political and aesthetic issues to art journals and catalogues.
Hannah Kruse is an art scholar and cultural manager. She studied art and art theory at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), and later completed the postgraduate Whitney Museum of Arts Independent Study Program in Curatorial Studies in New York.
For schools and independent groups, we offer custom-designed seminars, workshops and compact courses on professional issues relevant to the arts. We start from the principle of action-oriented learning, which means that information can best be experienced and transmitted when personally applied. Our goal is to communicate methods that individuals can continue to use on an ongoing basis. We have done presentations on topics such as how to design and realize exhibitions, professionalizing one’s field of work, and how to develop artistic presentations in text and images. Please contact us for more information about the content of prior events and participant feedback.