Cultural education project

Die Solidarische Stadt _ Galerie Weisser Elefant / 2022

This exhibition is part of Er(be)leben is a project of cultural education that has been inviting children and young people since 2018 to participate artistically as creative city dwellers in the discourse on public space and to get involved in urban development. Artists design the art lessons in consultation with the art teachers of the participating courses. The project is supported by the Bezirksamt Mitte and KulturMitte.

Project management: Valeria Schwarz / Project assistance: Lorène Blanche Goesele

Artists: José Contreras Aguad, Lorène Blanche Goesele, Leicy Valenzuela, Stiftung FREIZEIT (Markus Blösl), Xavier Krilyk

Partner Schools: ESBZ, ESBM, John-Lennon-Gymnasium, Max-Planck-Gymnasium, Theodor-Heuss-Gemeinschaftsschule


messy maps & grimy gaps – Urbanaut*innen in Aktion / 2021

Concept & Realization: Susanne Soldan
Video: LayLay IMAGES_Production

Cooperation with UrbanRaum Berlin & Springteufel e.V.

messy maps & grimy gaps – Urbanaut*innen in Aktion – was carried out within the framework of Offensive UrbanRaum. Offensive UrbanRaum is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media in the program NEUSTART KULTUR, aid program DIS-TANZEN of the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland.


MAX–Artists in Residence an Schulen / 2018 (erste Version) & 2021

Stiftung Brandenburger Tor

With this video, the program was awarded the Future Prize for Cultural Education 2018 – THE OLYMP! by the Kulturstiftung der Länder and the Deutsche Bank Foundation.

More Infos >> https://stiftungbrandenburgertor.de/project/max/

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