The master's degree in "Art and Cooperation" is a project-oriented, interdisciplinary degree program and provides differentiated, practice-related knowledge with the aim of sh
The master's degree in "Art and Cooperation" is a project-oriented, interdisciplinary degree program and provides differentiated, practice-related knowledge with the aim of sharpening the artistic profile in dealing with a cooperation partner and training students to become active designers in an increasingly networked art field. The graduates develop a mature, independent artistic position and at the same time have profound knowledge of various forms of artistic expression and can apply them in inter-and multidisciplinary contexts. The basis of the course is the individual artistic work, which significantly determines the selection of the cooperation partner as well as the content and form of the cooperation. The students develop and deepen their individual artistic work by dealing with various social, scientific, technical, and artistic-creative contexts (see project areas). In addition, the course imparts application-related skills in the areas of the organization, communication, and mediation of projects as well as the spatial presentation of artistic works. Practical skills in the artistic design and implementation of projects as well as technical skills are also deepened. PROJECT AREAS Cooperations can be located in five project areas (download PDF), which include different areas of knowledge and practice, and each offers different possibilities for the design of cooperations. The project areas serve as an orientation for the conception of cooperations and for the compilation of the individual timetable.