Artist Training DIGITAL BASCIS – PERFORMING ARTS coaching program
“Body Practice” by Nora Amin & Maryna Makarenko
Artist Training Coaching Program in PERFORMING ARTS offers workshop and mentoring sessions to all body-based practitioners: performers, dancers, actors etc based in Berlin. The first session of the program will focus on finding out the participants' needs and interests that would be closely explored in the second workshop session. Besides that we will visit Berlin-based venues and meet representatives from consulting structures, like Internationales Theaterinstitut (ITI), LAFT – Landesverband freie darstellende Künste Berlin e.V. At the end there will be a 4-hour long movement workshop at the Ufer Studios. The mentoring tandem for the program are Nora Amin, choreographer, performer and author, and Maryna Makarenko, Ukrainian-born multidisciplinary artist and performer.
We will also support you in developing your individual strategies and networking skills. Workshops, excursions, individual consultations and a network event will take place between 14 and 23 November 2022. This program is being held in English (and Ukrainian if necessary).
MON 14/11/2022 12-14:00 pm: Workshop I + 15-17:00 pm Excursion I
TUE 22/11/2022 12-14:00 pm: Workshop II + 15-17:00 pm Excursion II
WED 23/11/2022 10-15:00 pm: Workshop IIII: Movement practice
+ individual consultations (time to be confirmed individually)
+ videos about KSK, Media Law, Taxes and Financing
Venue: Universität der Künste Berlin, Berlin Career College / Zentralinstitut für Weiterbildung,
Bundesallee 1-12, D-10719 Berlin, room 341
Participation in the qualification program of the UdK Berlin Career College is free of charge. A registration is with CV and/or portfolio is necessary. You can register until 30th of September directly: udk-berlin.de/ziw/artisttrainingregistrierung
Looking forward to your applications!
The DAAD project Artist Training DIGITAL BASICS is a qualification program at the UdK Berlin Career College for exiled artists*. The teaching goals of the continuing education programs are networking in the local cultural and creative industries, strategic positioning in the respective artistic orientation and establishing oneself in the job market.
Since 2016 the Artist Training provides 43 modules containing information and contacts for about 500 artists in exile and creatives from the following fields: music, culture and media, fine arts, performing arts, and film. Networking events facilitate connections within the respective artistic sectors, while consulting activities examine in depth individual situations.
The project Artist Training DIGITAL BASICS is an offer of the UdK Berlin Career College and is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service with funds from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.