The SHRI RAM SCHOOL IN BERLIN

05TH OCTOBER - 11TH OCTOBER 2019

Berlin is architecturally designed for artists because no other city in Germany invested as extensively in creativity as Berlin. Explore visual and performing arts with professionals at some of the most popular art venues in Germany. These workshops are designed to foster personal expressions and the ability to process knowledge.

Berlin, the German capital, is renowned for its exceptional variety of attractions, its flourishing cultural scene and a way of life that’s both fast-paced and relaxed. The hip, energetic city has grabbed the world’s attention with its exuberant urban life and vibrant arts scene.

Upon arriving in Berlin, learn as you explore. This should be your guiding light during your stay in this city of arts and culture where you will get a chance to explore the city and understand its rich, multi-purpose culture and multi-cultural neighbourhoods

PAP – Performing Arts Programme is the central point of contact for all artists, production managers and other culture makers in the independent performing arts community.

Claudia Garbe was born in Dresden and works as a choreographer, performer and cultural educator in Berlin and other places. In her choreographic work, she is interested in exposing strata, both biographical and material, and the changeability of physical states and presence.With inspiration from Berlin’s dance scene, UFERSTUDIOS GMBH has created a new site for contemporary dance, which was officially opened in 2010. Uferstudios is the synergy of artistic production, education and information where students will get to rehearse, research, work and study, in focused seclusion or open collectivity.

The Berlinische Galerie - one of the newest museums has its outstanding collections of Dada Berlin, the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) and the Eastern European avant-garde. Participate in the workshop “Take a load off. Sitting in New Delhi & Berlin” where students get to investigate the phenomenon of sitting and experimenting with chairs and sitting habits.

Through this workshop students will get to know the Bauhaus and its ways of working, get inspired by the unusual teaching ideas of the pre-course teachers Johannes Itten and Josef Albers, and develop their own ideas on how our everyday life could become more flexible.

This exhibition house for photography and visual media shows up to 12 solo and group exhibitions by internationally renowned photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Martin Parr, Nan Goldin, Anton Corbijn, Peter Lindbergh or Irving Penn.Promoting and supporting young talents on their artistic path, is an integral part of work and activities done by C / O Berlin

This day long workshop starts with an introduction into the work of C/O Berlin. The photographer and museum lecturer Laura Braun will guide the students through the day, share her knowledge and offer assistance through the workshop. Introduction to camera technology and image design, a photo safari around the Amerika Haus and sighting and evaluation of the resulting photos will form the core elements of the workshop.

This exhibition house for photography and visual media shows up to 12 solo and group exhibitions by internationally renowned photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Martin Parr, Nan Goldin, Anton Corbijn, Peter Lindbergh or Irving Penn.Promoting and supporting young talents on their artistic path, is an integral part of work and activities done by C / O Berlin.
This day long workshop starts with an introduction into the work of C/O Berlin. The photographer and museum lecturer Laura Braun will guide the students through the day, share her knowledge and offer assistance through the workshop. Introduction to camera technology and image design, a photo safari around the Amerika Haus and sighting and evaluation of the resulting photos will form the core elements of the workshop.

The Maxim Gorki Theatre, located in the Choral Academy on the boulevard Unter den Linden, is the smallest and most beautiful of Berlin’s ensemble theatres. This theater workshop is in preparation of the play “Kleiner Mann – was nun? / Little Man, What Now?”

In different exercises the students will work on the core topics of the play (“Kleiner Mann – was nun? / Little Man, What Now?”) which they will see later in the evening. The goal is to understand the motivation of the characters, the wider context of the play and the underlining realities of life back then and today. The day ends by watching the play “Kleiner Mann – was nun? / Little Man, What Now?”

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As you traverse the streets of Berlin, chances are you'll bump into culturally-minded people making a living out of their creative endeavors - This is Berlin in a nutshell. If you're looking to nourish motor skills, neural development, language development, teamwork, public speaking and problem-solving abilities via visual arts and performing arts, then this art-based programme is for you.

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