The first application did not look so bright for Lukas, but we were sure that he would be accepted with his work at an academy. And so it did not take long before Dusseldorf came to the first decision for the admission to study. Now Karlsruhe is also added and he will have to decide.
We advise him to choose the academy where he can develop his work as versatile as ours. This has always been a great pleasure to watch as he over and over again changed his approach in order to create new challenges for himself.
With the right study placement a lot can happen to him. We are curious and wish only the best in this way.
Nadja came to us from Switzerland. Her sister is already studying painting at the UdK and Nadja also wanted to be accepted there for art education. Nadja worked from the beginning on small formats and developed worlds of experience, which had an incredible size in itself. In our Friday seminar it was always exciting to see what others said about her work presentation. It is a rare endeavor that such a small work can claim such a dimension and cast a spell on everyone, even though her work was usually very abstract. Especially in the series, her drawings and paintings worked very well and you could literally understand and comprehend the emotional aspect as well as the thought process, which was based on it. Reflection and empathize. Very impressive. With her portfolio she was invited to the examination for art education at the UdK, but meanwhile she has decided to study art history.
We wish Nadja all the best and who knows, maybe next year she will come back to the possibilities of studying art education.
Nike was another very interesting person who came to us from southern Germany last year. Just like Paul, her work evolved from her personal, mostly private and dreamlike imagery. She developed a pictorial language of form and led a constant dialogue between dynamic lines and surfaces, with her works moving back and forth between figuration and abstraction. With her applications, it worked right away. After a first successful application in Dresden, an equally successful application was made in Munich. Now she is invited to the exam in Karlsruhe as well.
We are very curious how she will decide and very confident that she will study with great pleasure.
With the exception of the KHB in Berlin, Marie had success with every single application. Starting with the admission to the exam in Leipzig, followed Dusseldorf, then Karlsruhe and finally Munich. Now you should not complain, even if now the agony of choice in front of you, which academy fits best to you is hard. Such an extreme success is rare. After the first rejection we were very curious how the application situation for Marie would develop. Now we are all relaxed and just in the best mood ever.
And we are sure that Marie will then be very positive about studying at the academy she chooses. YIP
Minji is from Korea and studied for two years at the Art Academy Nuremberg. As with so many Korean applicants, also Minji does not get along so well with small cities like Nuremberg. Almost all Korean semester participants in the last few years applied from the outset first to the big cities of Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. And even after a successful application to a small academy, it is often the case that a follow-up application takes place at an academy in a large city. So also with Minji. After she accostumed to the specific system of our course, she began to formulate her independent work with increasing assurance and delighted us and the entire course with her often exuberant joyful and positive nature.
We are very happy for her, that with her first application at the UdK she was immediately taken in the field of ART IN CONTEXT and we are very curious how her second application for ART EDUCATION will end there, because she is invited to this exam too. YIP.