The ARTIST TRAINING is a qualification programme offered by the UdK Berlin Career College aiming at the qualification, consulting, and networking of artists in exile. Since 2016, 33 modules have provided information and contacts for about 300 participants from the following fields: music, fine arts, performing arts, film and at the beginning culture and media. Networking events facilitate connections within the respective artistic field, while consulting activities examine individual situations in-depth. The project’s goals are networking with the Berlin cultural and creative industries by getting to know the institutions, the establishment on the Berlin labour market, and the strategic positioning in the respective artistic orientation.
The Artist Training offers continuing education for ARTISTIC COLLECTIVES in exile from the fields of music, fine arts, performing arts, and film from April 2020 to October 2021.
Informationen and presse comments about previous projects of Artist training for Professionals, Artist Training: Refugee Class for Professionals can be found under Archive
Artist Training on the longlist for the cultural-political future award “KULTURGESTALTEN” (SHAPING CULTURE)
Further information: https://kupoge.de/kulturgestalten/
For the second time actors and artists in exile will meet at ARTIST CAREER FORUM II for networking and exchange on the 22. April 2021. Beside Berlin, this time actors and artists also come from Hamburg, Hanover and Babelsberg.
More information: www.udk-berlin.de/ziw/artisttrainingdigitalbasics
In March 2021 the new program of Artist Training DIGITAL BASICS will start. The program includes educational films, workshops, individual consultations, modules and excursions around the topic of basic knowledge as a self-employed artist.
More information:: www.udk-berlin.de/ziw/artisttrainingdigitalbasics
Artist Training Lab for Radical Transformation is a new series of meetings from September 2020 to April 2021. Experts from the Artist Training and the field of anti-discrimination and organisational development will be invited to contribute to the lab. The goal is to unpack structural discriminations and disparities within the UdK Berlin and institutions of the cultural sector and develop strategies to help transform the field of our work. The lab will be curated by the theatermaker and producer Chang Nai Wen, who has been with the Artist Training since 2016 and is an advocate of a culture scene with diversity, inclusion and equity.
The University of the Arts Berlin, like all Berlin universities, is in limited operation under pandemic conditions.The Berlin University of the Arts will provide up-to-date information on all measures to be taken in operation under pandemic conditions by the following link:
Media documentation Artist Training (2016-2020)
Universität der Künste Berlin
Berlin Career College / Zentralinstitut für Weiterbildung
Tel: +49 30 3185 2710
Fax: +49 30 3185 2690
From August 2020 to December 2021, different programmes will be developed and provided for artists in exile in collaboration with partners all over Germany – in Potsdam, Hamburg, and Hannover.