The first universities react to the corona situation. New possibilities for applications arise!
The AdBK Nuremberg reacts with digital formats to the current challenges to the academy studies with an online portfolio day for art study applicants .
On Thursday, 30 April 2020 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the AdBK Nuremberg invites all those interested in studying at the art academy to take part in the online portfolio day.
To take part in the online portfolio day, it is necessary to register on the online platform of the AdBK Nuremberg, upload artistic works and arrange a time by 26 April.
All information on the online consultations can be found on the AdBK Nuremberg website at adbk-nuernberg.de/termine/mappentag/.
The whole spring is under the paralyzing effect of a possible infection with the coronavirus. With our online seminars, we have created the opportunity to prepare comprehensively in addition to the inhouse seminars for an application.
On May 16th we will inform about our new courses. Please register by phone or mail. (+49 179-2909029 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Online via zoom/inhouse at Nostitzstraße 40
Our sabbatical year is coming to an end. We have not been lazy during the whole time. We have been actively working in the studio ourselves again and have visited many academies and our former participants. We brought ourselves up to date with the latest developments at the universities.
Now we are looking forward to the coming semesters, which we will again support powerfully and with a lot of fresh energy for the admission at the universities.
Shortly before Christmas we are having a good time away from everything around our art school. We prepare ourselves for a few quiet days over the turn of the year, slowly looking forward to the next tasks in 2020.
Sascha comes to Berlin regularly – and almost every time he visits, he stops by and tells us about his studies at the Kunstakademie Karlsruhe, where he has been studying for over a year. That evening we saw many of his new works and admired not only the large-format paintings but also his many sketchbooks, which he has continued to work on with great concentration since his time with us at the VON ERLENBACH KUNSTSCHULE. It is an essential element in the development of artistic ideas.