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Bremen, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, Germany
Am Speicher XI 8, 28217 Bremen, Germany
European League of Institutes of the Arts, European Association of Conservatoires
Berlin University of the Arts, University of Bremen, Bremen University of Applie, University of Fine Arts of Hambu, University of Applied Sciences
The University of the Arts Bremen (German: Hochschule für Künste Bremen, HfK Bremen) is a public university in Bremen, Germany. It is one of the most successful arts institutions, and its origins date back to 1873. The University of the Arts Bremen runs a Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, and a Faculty of Music, with approximately 900 students, 65 professors and about 180 assistant professors.
The academic subdivisions within the University are Music, Art, Design and practical theory. The institution's specialisms in both music and visual arts is unique within Germany, save for the Berlin University of the Arts. Recent works and exhibitions combine visual art, digital media and music, with emphasis on co-operation between disciplines.
University of the Arts Bremen Wikipedia
In 1998, the institution celebrated the tenth anniversary of the University of the Arts and the 125th anniversary of the Art Academy.
Since 2003, the Fine Arts Faculty of the University of the Arts Bremen has been located at Speicher XI, in the former overseas harbour in the Überseestadt district. The Music Faculty is located at a second site on the Dechanatstraße in the city centre, close to the Rathaus and the Cathedral.
The following study programs are offered by the university:Fine art, Diplom, classes
Design, Diplom, focus
Digital media, Bachelor/Master
Diplom and postgraduate studies in singing, early music, musical composition, music education, church music and training for music teachers.
Advanced and further training courses for highly talented students from regular schoolsJohann Büsen, artist
Kurt Elvers, artist
Burchhard Garlichs, artist
Esther Haase, photographer
Karolin Klimek, designer
Flo Mega, singer
Nils Mönkemeyer, violist
Rucsandra Popescu, composer, choral conductor and pianist
Thomas Rissler, sculptor
Stefan Saxen, sculptor
Silvia Siemes, sculptor
Veronika Skuplik, violinist
Barbara Stühlmeyer, writer, musicologist
Ludger Stühlmeyer, cantor, composer, musicologist
Tobias Weichberger, artist
Hesse, Hans: Bis zur Narbe. Eine Erzählung. Bremen 2011. Ed. by the University of the Arts Bremen. ISBN 978-3-00-033578-5.