Teachings and Education

Passing on experience and developing new ideas in exchange with students and colleagues represent attractive propositions within a field that is only gradually becoming anchored in academic structures today: this means that workshops concerning the exhibition business, scenography and curatorial concepts at universities and academies, teaching contracts and lectures, training programmes and further education for museum colleagues are activities that we pursue with great commitment.

Stefan Iglhaut:

  • HTW Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft, Berlin, Department of Museology: contracts to teach scenography, exhibition design and the employment of media in museums (2007/2008)
  • Danube University in Krems, Institute of Visual Sciences: courses on media art histories, exhibition design and exhibition management (regularly since 2007)
  • Norwegian Theatre Academy, Fredrikstad, Department of Scenography: contracts to teach scenography and spatial design, art in public space, and scientific communications in exhibitions (regularly since 2007)
  • Museum Association Lower Saxony and federal Academy of Cultural Education Wolfenbüttel: intense seminar course in “Exhibiting and Mediating” for museum employees (2007)
  • CIAM Centre for International Arts Management, Cologne: post graduate seminar on the work of freelance exhibition designers and curators (2009)
  • Academy of the Arts, Vilnius: international workshop with art students and students of scenography from Switzerland, Norway and Lithuania on the occasion of Vilnius’ year as Cultural Capital of Europe 2009 (in collaboration with Lawrence Wallen).

Gesa von Grote:

  • Technische Universität Berlin, Masterprogramme for Scientific Marketing:
    Course about Scientific Exhibitions (2009)
  • Talk about the Weather, Berlin: Speech about conception and design of exhibitions – referring to several exhibition projects (2009)