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Seminar: Crisis as a Requirement for Inspiration: Designing Business by Using Artistic Methods

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When stuck in a crisis, some might resign or some might cry in despair. But the crisis can be fruitful by examining tension between possibilities and imagination. Everyone who seeks to develop ideas can use crisis as a chance and motor for inspiration.

Sandra Schürmann is founder of the non-profit organization Projektfabrik. Assisted by her co-workers, actors and trainers for social art Beata Nagy and Hans-Ulrich Ender, they will use the power of acting in order to generate and overcome an intended crisis. The goal is to access techniques and strategies that can entail inspiration and creation.

Seminar Details and Booking

This seminar is part of an extensive series of Arts-Based Learning Seminars that Age of Artists realizes in collaboration with OSTRALE Dresden and many other partners. OSTRALE is an international exhibition of contemporary arts in Dresden, Germany. Each year OSTRALE unites young and internationally well-established artists from across all genres. Artists from all over the world will present themselves in this year’s OSTRALE which is themed “error: X”

As part of our partnership with OSTRALE we provide education offerings and workshops that target leaders and experts in business, science and administration as creators of their working environments. The seminars support developing creative skills and learning about the artistic mindset. Participants will sharpen their perception, reflection, decision making and creative problem solving skills. The workshops allow participants to focus on different art genres and phases of a creation process that enable meaningful and unique experiences. OSTRALE is location, theme and an inspiring stage for all of the workshops.

This year four different seminars of several day’s duration will be offered in German. In case you a interested in discussing an English offering, please get in touch.

Access all Seminars (German language only)


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