Friederike Holländer studied architecture. As a cultural agent in the model programme "Kulturagenten für kreative Schulen" (Cultural agents for creative schools) and in the programme "Kulturagenten für kreative Schulen Berlin" (Cultural agents for creative schools in Berlin) run by The German Children and Youth Foundation (Deutsche Kinder- und Jugendstiftung), she supervised the development of a cultural school profile in Berlin schools from 2011 to 2015. She is currently a Bauhaus Agent at the Bauhaus Archive / Museum for Design, and was contracted to teach at Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) during the summer semester 2018. She is particularly interested in architecture as a field of action in cultural education.
Tullia Tarsia in Curia
Tullia Tarsia in Curia has been working in our Berlin team since February 2019. In 2009 she completed a joint honours diploma in cultural studies and aesthetic practice, specialising in fine art (University of Hildesheim), as well as Médiation Culturelle de l'art (University of Aix-Marseille). She has worked as an art agent at both the Hoffmann Collection in Berlin and at the 9th and 10th Berlin Biennials for Contemporary Art (Biennale für Zeitgenössische Kunst). She also worked for several years for the Biennale d'art contemporain de Lyon, and from 2010 – 2013 she led the department of outreach and visitor services at the Galerie des Galeries, Paris. Tullia Tarsia in Curia designs outreach and discursive formats relating to exhibitions of contemporary art for senior citizens, young people and specialists.
Illustrator Doro Petersen boosted the Berlin team from December 2018 to March 2019.
Art agent Maria Ricci worked as a Bauhaus Agent for the Bauhaus Archive / Museum für Gestaltung in 2018.
Anja Edelmann was a member of the team of Bauhaus Agents in Berlin from September 2016 to April 2018.