Modern Art Workshop B

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Susanne Meyer  Hidano Noboru 
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Outline of lecture

How do artists become artists? What kind of everyday life do they have? How did they find their way and expression? What are their working methods?

In the morning lecture of the Modern Art Workshop B, "Meeting the Artist", I will introduce four contemporary, internationally active artists

based in Berlin/Germany. In the afternoon workshop we will focus on the creative process, producing two-dimensional artworks, using diverse materials and techniques, like drawing, painting, printing, paper-cut and others.

At the end of the course the students will have the chance to show their artworks in a group exhibition.

Purpose of lecture

The students will achieve personal insight into the every day life and the working methods of artists today in a big city in Europe. The students will learn to express themselves in different materials and techniques. They have the chance to gain deep understanding into the creative process itself.

Plan of lecture

The class meets on four Saturdays, October 17 / 24 / 31, November 7, from 10.30 to 17.30 (lunch break included)

1) Lecture: Friederike Feldmann (Germany)

Workshop: We will produce drawings and paintings

2) Lecture: Andrea Schomburg (Germany)

Workshop: We will explore the possibilities of structures, using self-made photographs and painting.

3) Lecture: Eva Grothum (Norway)

Workshop: We will explore the world of ornament, grids and patterns, using drawing, painting, and paper-cut.

4) Lecture: Paco Knoeller (Germany)

Workshop: We will transform natural forms, using drawing, and painting and printing

Textbook and reference


Related and/or prerequisite courses

蠢縺壹ぎ繧、繝繝ウ繧ケ縺ォ蜃コ蟶ュ縺励※荳九&縺縲(10譛7譌・(豌エ)12:20-13:00 シ隘ソ9蜿キ鬢ィ W933)
Please try your best to attend a guidance on the 7th of Oct.


The regular attendance of lecture and workshop, the participation, diligence and the artworks will be graded.

Comments from lecturer

The language of the course is Japanese and English.闍ア隱槭→譌・譛ャ隱槭〒謨呎肢縺励∪縺吶



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