The conditions of participation
The Mobile Academy: Berlin 2004 is aimed at advanced students
and young artists with project experience. The teaching language
of the Academy is English. Sending in the application form as
well as examples of your artistic work and a letter explaining
why you want to take part carries out the application.
A jury will decide on course admissions. Up to 15 participants
will be accepted per course. The
application form* should be sent by mail to the Mobile Academy:
Berlin 2004 as soon as possible, by June 15, 2004 latest (and
additional by e-mail)
Mobile Academy: Berlin 2004
- application -
c/o Hebbel am Ufer/HAU1
D-10963 Berlin / Germany
Tel. 0049 (0)30 259 004 65
The Mobile Academy: Berlin 2004 will notify all applicants about
the success of their application by June 30, 2004. The place at
the Academy will only be guaranteed once the entire course fee
has been credited to the Academies' account.
Participants may enrol in only one of the courses and for the
whole duration of the Academy.
The course fee for the entire three weeks is 420,- €. It
includes one hot dinner per day, as well as lectures, work demonstrations,
excursions and admission to various performances.
For the course participants, the Mobile Academy has reserved nearby
two-bed room overnight accommodations (breakfast inclusive). We
can assist you also in the search for private accommodations.
The Academy is able to offer a very few full or part scholarships.
These may be applied for by handing in a substantiated request
as well as two letters of reference or recommendation. This request
must be filed together with the application.
is the founder and artistic director of the Red House Centre for
Culture and Debate in Sofia, Bulgaria. She was the founding director
of the programme for performing arts at the Open Society Institute
(1997 - 2000) and led the programme for performing arts at the
Soros Center of Arts between 1994 and 1996 following its foundation.
Nele Hertling (Akademie der Künste,
Nele Hertling studied philosophy. In 1988, she was the artistic
director of the Werkstatt Berlin 1988 GmbH and created the TanzWerkstatt
Berlin. From 1989 to 2003, she was the manager and artistic director
of the Hebbel-Theater Berlin GmbH. Since 2001, Nele Hertling has
been president of the French-German Culture Council and since
2003 has been head of the artist programme of the DAAD in Berlin.
She was awarded the Order of Merit of Land Berlin and the Federal
Cross of Merit. In 2004 she received the Caroline Neuber Prize
of the city Leipzig.
Artistic director at the Kampnagelfabrik in Hamburg from 1985
to 1990. Programme director for the festival Theater der Welt
in Dresden in 1996 and for the International Theatre Academy Ruhr
in 1999. She has created various installation projects on the
themes and metaphors of archives. Since 2003, she has been working
as the curator of the project ErsatzStadt, a project initiative
of the Bundeskulturstiftung and the Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz.
Carena Schlewitt (Hebbel am Ufer)
Carena Schlewitt studied theatre. She is curator for theatre at
the newly created Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin. From 1985 to 1993, she
was an employee of the department of performing art/range theatre
at the Akademie der Künste/East Berlin. From 1993 to 1999,
she was an employee at the Podewil, Berlin and with the festival
"Theater der Welt 1999" in Berlin. From 1999 to 2002,
she was a dramatic advisor at the Forum Freies Theater in Dusseldorf.
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