The team behind Weltkulturen Education
We work along these working principles.
The team of education are Julia Albrecht and Stephanie Endter together with a group of freelancers.
- Claudia Gaida studied inderdisciplinary art, performance and feminism at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Frankfurt and in Vienna. She currently teaches in the area of aesthetic practice and social education at the Internationale Berufsakademie Darmstadt and Heidelberg.
- Severine Meier is a student at the Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach in the department of painting. Due to her one-year student exchange at the department of textile design at the Royal Academy of Fine arts in Gent, she has knowledge in different textile techniques.
- Berit Mohr is a scholar of cultural studies, mediator and costume designer. She works in projects concerning identity, (body) design, human images and conflict management.
- Lea Sante is a master's student in cultural and social anthropology with a focus on Latin America. Her current research project deals with the colonial past and present continuities. Since her bachelor studies, she has been working with children and adolescents in different projects.
- Iris Loew studied cultural anthropology in Leipzig and Heidelberg with a focus on applied cultural anthropology, migration research and media anthropology. She implements socio-anthropological educational projects and teaches German as a foreign language.
- Melda Demir studies Gender Studies and Philosophy at the Goethe University and is primarily concerned with feminist critique, globalism and material culture. She is currently working on her bachelor's thesis on postcolonial semiotics and feminist exhibition criticism using the example of the Humboldt Forum in Berlin.
- Frederike Ohnewald studied social work with a focus on cultural and media education in Frankfurt. She is currently studying art history and theater studies in Mainz. As part of her studies, she completed an internship in education at the Weltkulturen Museum.
- Talida Hölting is a master's student of art, media and cultural education with a focus on site-specific art. She investigates the accessibility of (museum) spaces in a power- and discrimination-critical as well as gender-sensitive way.
- Amelie Kleinhubbert studied social and cultural anthropology and art history in Leipzig, with a focus on German colonial history and ethnological collections. An internship in the educational department at the Weltkulturen Museum during her studies brought her to Frankfurt. She is currently studying for a Master's degree in Curatorial Studies at the Goethe University.
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