Oct
28
5:30 PM17:30

SKULPTURENKURS (SKULPTURE CLASS)

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3-tägiger Workshop für Tonportraitskulptur mit Modell

Termine: 
Fr 26.10.2018 18.00-21.00
Sa 27.10.2018 11.00-18.15
So 28.10.2018 11.00-18.15

Lehrerin: Tímea Oravecz

* Der Kurs wird auf Deutsch und Englisch durchgeführt.
* Materialien und Werkzeuge werden zur Verfügung gestellt.
* Am Freitag werden wir mit den größeren Proportionen des Portraits beginnen, dann am Samstag werden wir mehr an den Details arbeiten und am Sonntag machen wir die Skulptur fertig.

Kursgebühr: 120 Euro

Adresse: Winsstraße 42, 10405 Berlin

Anfrage und Anmeldung: info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollektiv.com

 

3-day clay portrait sculpture class with life model

Dates:
Fri   26.10.2018 18:00-21:00
Sat  27.10.2018 11:00-18:15
Sun  28.10.2018 11:00-18:15

Instructor: Tímea Oravecz

* The Class will be conducted in German and English (Our teacher, Tímea, is also an Italian and Hungarian speaker)
* Materials and tools are included
* On Friday we will start with the basic structure and proportion. On Saturday we will work on the facial and body detail features, and on Sunday we will bring it to finish.

Fee: 120 Euro

Address: Winsstraße 42, 10405 Berlin

Enquiry and registration: info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollektiv.com

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Jul
15
1:00 PM13:00

Workshop of Sumi-e (Japanese Ink Painting / Tuschmalerei)

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Sumi-e is an oriental and traditional art that means "ink and painting." Only with ink, water,paper, and special brushes, different level of light and darkness, volume and perspective.This delicate technique invite us to develop our artistic and spiritual sensibility while we are enjoying the painting. In this course we also learn “Bokusaiga” that uses black ink and colour.

Date: Sunday, 15 of July of 2018
Duration: 4 hours (13:00-17:00)
Course Fee: 65 euros per person (all materials are included)
Max 10 person

Course Structure:
- Explanation of Sumi-e, materials, short history and exercise of basic techniques
- Learn different techniques by painting two major temas (Bamboo and Japanese Plum Tree)

 

Artist - Kaoru Hirose

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Artist and a certified instructor of Sumi-e by International Sumi-e Association in Tokyo. She realises workshops, demonstrations and expositions in Barcelona, Sitges and other cities in Europe as in the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Taller d'Art Manolo Hugué (a municipal art school), Fira Barcelona (Salon del Manga y Handmade Festival) with the illusion to extend the art of Sumi-e. Her work was exhibited in The National Art Center of Tokyo among others.

Born in Tokushima, Japan. In 1998 she left from her country to move to Canada and later to Germany. In 2007 she settled in Sitges close to Barcelona, where she lives presently. She obtained Post-graduate Degree in International Cultural Cooperation and Management (University of Barcelona) and Bachelor of Arts in Language and Culture (Osaka University of Foreign Studies).

www.kaoruhirose-sumie.com 

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Jul
7
to Jul 8

Rollbuch Workshop | einBuch.has

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Rollbuch Workshop | einBuch.has

An art book platform einBuch.haus, which is one of the member from the 'Prenzlauer Studio: Kunst-Kollektiv', invite you the 'ROLLBUCHWORKSHOP' This is an opportunity to draw on 11 meters of paper and read & play it in a magical book-box, ROLLBUCH. 

ROLLBUCH aims to build a new and fluid reading experience, creating a 'book with an endless page within a winding-box'. 

Rollbuch Workshop
für Designer, Illustratoren und Autoren


Wer hat Lust sich der Challenge zu stellen und sich 11 Meter Band zu widmen? Spielt mit dem Format nach Herzenslust, Platz, Papierrollen und Basic-Zeichnmaterial werden Euch gestellt. 

Das Rollbuch ist ein Objekt in etwa der Größe eines klassischen Buches. In seinem Inneren ist ein langes Papierband auf zwei Spulen aufgerollt, welches mit Hilfe zweier Kurbeln vor- und zurückgespult werden kann. Gedruckte Inhalte ziehen dabei ohne Umblättern, ganz ohne Brüche am Betrachter vorbei. Die Bewegung des Bandes und das ''endlose'' Format verleihen dem Produkt ein Leseerlebnis das man von klassischen Büchern oder Schriftrollen so nicht kennt.
 


Rollbuch Workshop
for Designers, Illustrators und Autors


Who wants to face the challenge and dedicate 11 meters to the band? Play with the format, content, space and paper rolls. Basic drawing material as well as the paper roll will be provided.

The Rollbuch is an object with roughly the size of an ordinary book. Inside, there is a long paper band wound onto two spools, which can be moved in either direction. Printed content thereby passes smoothly in front of the viewer, without breaks and without ever turning a page. The motion of the paper, together with the "infinite" format yield a reading experience unknown from common books or even antique scrolls.

Termine/Dates
07, 08. Juli
Sa, So 2- 6 pm

Designer/Instructor
Ann-Christin Müller / Rollbuch(www.rollbuch.com)

Unkosten Beitrag/Workshop fee
50 Euro for 2 days

Anfrage und Anmeldung/Enquiry and Reservation
info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollektiv.com
 

 * Der Kurs wird auf Deutsch und Englisch durchgeführt.  

* Der Kurs wird auf Deutsch und Englisch durchgeführt.
 

 * The course will be run in English and German. 

* The course will be run in English and German. 

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Skulpturenkurs (Skulpture Class)
Jun
15
to Jun 17

Skulpturenkurs (Skulpture Class)

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3-tägiger Workshop für Tonportraitskulptur mit Modell

Termine: 
Fr 15.6.2018 18.00-21.00
Sa 16.6.2018 11.00-18.15
So 17.6.2018 11.00-18.15

Lehrerin: Tímea Oravecz

* Der Kurs wird auf Deutsch und Englisch durchgeführt.
* Materialien und Werkzeuge werden zur Verfügung gestellt.
* Am Freitag werden wir mit den größeren Proportionen des Portraits beginnen, dann am Samstag werden wir mehr an den Details arbeiten und am Sonntag machen wir die Skulptur fertig.

Kursgebühr: 120 Euro

Adresse: Winsstraße 42, 10405 Berlin

Anfrage und Anmeldung: info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollektiv.com

 

3-day clay portrait sculpture class with life model

Dates:
Fri 15.6.2018 18:00-21:00
Sat 16.6.2018 11:00-18:15
Sun 17.6.2018 11:00-18:15

Instructor: Tímea Oravecz

* The Class will be conducted in German and English (Our teacher, Tímea, is also an Italian and Hungarian speaker)
* Materials and tools are included
* On Friday we will start with the basic structure and proportion. On Saturday we will work on the facial and body detail features, and on Sunday we will bring it to finish.

Fee: 120 Euro

Address: Winsstraße 42, 10405 Berlin

Enquiry and registration: info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollektiv.com

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Apr
28
to Apr 29

Natural Dye Workshop #1 & 2 : Flower Power

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This natural dye workshop will introduce you how to transfer colors from plants to textile- led by Nikolett Szakacs textile designer master, based in Hungary. With a unique technique you will create free-form patterns from foraged petal, berry and root on silk, and leave with your own, brilliantly printed, natural dyed silk scarf.
Flowers are waiting for you to inhale their healing scents, and recall your inner colours! Come along to make an alluring shawl for yourself!

While your bundles are steaming head over to the bar sip some coffees and enjoy hang together!

Price: 65 Euro ( All materials are provided, including a raw Silk scarf to be dyed in the price. )

If you are interested in dyeing with Niki, don't delay booking:
alexandra.kinter@kunszt.hu or
info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollektiv.com

Please let us know your full name and phone number!
Registration and payment deadline is coming soon, 
so book your place as soon as possible! 

We are really looking forward to meeting you,
Szakács Niki and
the Prenzlauer Studio / Kunst-Kollektiv & Kunszt Foundation


 

Artist :
Nikoletta Szakacs

Applied artist- textile designer

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Artist :
Nikoletta Szakacs

Applied artist- textile designer

The handcrafted natural dyeing - the plant-based coloring - is fetching more wind with the eco-care and slow fashion movements’ sail. Nikoletta Szakács textile artist is the protective-guard and educator of this knowledge.

Nikolett Szakács graduated in 2005 at the Moholy-Nagy University in Budapest, and got her Degree as visual and ecology-cultural mistress in 2006.

She ran the Skansen ( House of Traditions) as the leading professor and art director. She’s been working in the youth and adult education field for 11 years, giving art and creative courses, organising workshops. Her main focus is on the natural ingredients and the textile formation sciences. She expresses herself through the plant colouring and natural dyeing techniques. As a textile designer and art teacher she is interested in issues such as the sustainable and local eco-care resolutions.

“ I’m collecting plants from abandoned spaces, where they can’t receive attention, although they actually live around us. I believe, that creating thread or preparing inks from them, represents unique footprints of their settings and living space. Thus, listening to the environment, experiencing the materials and colours, people can get a deeper understanding of our nature. I offer the possibility on my courses., to peep into this world through my natural dyeing methods.”

She creates beautiful artworks, wears mostly scarfs, yarns, and unique garments with the aid and power of the plants. Materials collected on the spot would make up the manufactured colours and the process of natural dyeing would be the way of soft meditation. Where all the elements have their own role and the symbolism of the colouring is the soul that’s been cleaned and redesigned itself.

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Apr
28
3:30 PM15:30

Botanical Ink Workshop : Plant To Paint

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Botanical Workshop : Plant To Paint! 

Get your hands-on with us to experiment and create natural watercolours from plants!
Before synthetic ink, ink was made from botanical dyes. Plant colors brings the traditional process of non-toxic ink making into the 21st century. 
In this 3-hour workshop, you will learn how to make ink from only plants, to make watercolor like no other.
We will use only organic materials throughout the entire plant to paint design journey. Int he 2nd part of the workshop we will use our inks to create watercolor paintings from fresh plants.

You will walk away from class with 3 different types of plant ink and one of a kind plant painting of your own creation.
No experience necessary. Our class is leaded by art teacher, and textil designer NIkolett Szakacs. All materials are included.
From age of 10.
Price: 60

If you are interested in create color with Nikolett, please make a reservation :
alexandra.kinter@kunszt.hu

Please let me know your full name and phone number!

We are really looking forward to meeting you,
Szakács Niki, 
Prenzlauer Studio / Kunst-Kollektiv & Kunszt Foundation

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Feb
14
9:00 AM09:00

Larval Mask Wednesday

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Introduction to the Larval Mask: 
This mask allows you to escape the confines of realism and to play freely with your imagination. The simple, white mask is essentially a blank slate, an ambiguous shape, with no specific character. All you need is curiosity, a willingness to explore and a desire to play.

Dates: 24th & 31st of January, 14th & 21st February 2018
Times: 7:00pm until 9:00pm
Cost: €80
Reservations: contact@shakeshaketheatre.com
Pierre - 017663080175

*The main working language will be English, but we are open to a multilingual experience including German & French
*Limited number of participants

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Jan
17
7:00 PM19:00

Introduction to Masked Theatre

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Join us for a FREE introduction to Masked Theatre!

Shake Shake Theatre would like to welcome you into the world of masks. We will offer a brief introduction to the neurtal mask, Larval masks, Commedia dell'Arte and Expressionist masks. With this evening we hope to ignite your curiosity! We will also provide information about our upcoming workshops.

We are:
Pierre Filliez - Studied physical theatre at L'École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq (Paris)
Jessica Nicholls - Studied theatre at Charles Sturt University (Australia) and Antonio Fava's International School of Commedia dell'Arte (Italy)

More about us: https://shakeshaketheatre.com/about/

*The main language will be English, but we are open to a multilingual experience including German & French
*Limited number of participants - please RSVP via Facebook or e-mail: contact@shakeshaketheatre.com

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Jan
14
3:00 PM15:00

Exploratory Scent Design : An experimental scent workshop

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EXPLORATORY SCENT DESIGN
An experimental scent workshop by Klara Ravat

Exploratory scent design is an experimental scent workshop involving the creation of different fragances based on the perfume making method. 

During the workshop we will become familiar with 20 different aromamolecules, we will learn how do they smell and to which olfactory family they belong to. Each of us will work on a scent design with the possibility of using 20 different scents.

You will take home:
- 15mL bottle of your scent.
- Knowledge on how to create your own fragance.

I will have tea, coffee and cookies for you :)

Price: 55 euros
Min 4 participants
Max 10 participants

Please book at klararavat@gmail.com
or purchase your tickets:
https://www.klararavat.com/product-page/exploratory-scent-design-workshop

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Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Open Lecture : Literature in Contemporary Art with Vanessa Souli

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Stories have existed since people started pronouncing the first words and visual art even before. Stories around the fire, stories to make people scared or obedient, stories of ancestors, oral tales and finally written stories. Cave art, sculpture, painting. And yet little has been said about literature and its relation to visual art. This talk explores how literature has historically inspired visual art, and how the written word has always gone hand-in-hand with the visual image. Secondarily, we will explore how museums handle literature and the roles literature plays in this context.

Vanessa Souli is an Art Manager and Arts Writer. She holds a BA in English Language and Literature from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and an MA in Arts & Heritage Management from Maastricht University. Vanessa completed her Master Thesis on Immersive Approaches to Literature in and outside the Museum and she organised a self-curated exhibition on poetry and photography in 2017. She is very interested in the relation of the written word and visual art and what forms this expression can take. More info about the lecturer: www.vanessa-souli.com 


This is a project of the ODBK (Organization for the Democratization of the Visual Arts) http://www.odbk.tk/

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Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00

little art Social : Creative Playgroup + Guest Speaker/Artist

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Our first little art Social : Creative Playgroup was a hit yesterday with the very lovely and inspirational Ania Witkowska - Somatic Movement Education interactively talking about being a playmate with your child, meeting them on their level. Ania’s child-led approach and the little art concept compliment one another beautifully, we will be building on this relationship! Ania’s stretchy lycra tube is always a hit, and a great play device for close bonding- I asked her to bring this having seen her in action in one of her classes, there was lots of giggling and cuddles, and driving a car played out even! The playgroup set up had opportunities for play with simple, everyday materials, this week was cardboard, shredded paper and wool, and exploratory tools like mirrors and magnifying glasses. The little baby with the screwed up paper ball was a delight- made in a few seconds with masking tape and delivery packaging- spent a lot of time on her back like a baby seal moving the ball between her hands and feet, without anyone demonstrating or encouraging, she took it and investigated for herself. Was a great group atmosphere, with take away ideas for at home discoveries, all washed down with coffee and good conversation. Thanks to everyone who came, we will be back in touch about offering this again in the near future! 

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Aug
26
2:00 PM14:00

Papermaking with Cigarette Butt (and Printed Waste)

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Date: 26 or 27.8.2017
Time: 2 - 5 pm
Fee: 40 euro (All material is included)
Venue: Prenzlauer Studio / Kunst-Kollectiv  
Address: Winsstrasse 42, 10405 Berlin

 

Paper— the thin slices of our trees, the container of our thoughts and knowledge. Its role might be diminishing in our days, where we rather rub our fingerprint off the glowing screens. Nevertheless, it would be replaceable, as long as the faint sound of flipping a page of a book resounds cozily in our heads. Now, you can take part in exploring this delicate craft over a weekend with J Sin, our visiting artist from Hong Kong, making paper at the Prenzlauer Studio/ Kunst Kollektiv. We look forward to seeing you there.

“ I hope, through this workshop, to introduce this historical craft and to share my own experiments on papermaking. How I want to trigger thoughts and ideas on the endless possibility of it. How could we collect abandoned waste as source of material.

“I have incorporated cigarette ends and other objects into my paper-making works. I believe this craft has an endless array of possibilities on design and creation.”

“Living in Hong Kong, being flooded by tsunami of information everyday, each competing to grab viewers’ attention every second. Leaflets, posters, newspapers, flyers, printed advertising medium are made far more then they’re expected to be used, creating huge waste from the excess just to be thrown away. Is there really a necessity to this debris of advertising? As an answer to this, I collected different sorts of thrown-away printed matters from Hong Kong, disseminated them so the messages on them would be away. Then, the ephemeral material is moulded to recompose different texture of a new sheet of paper.” - J

Please reserve a place in advance. 

Info@prenzlauerstudio-kunstkollectiv.com

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