May 16: Open Studios from 5 - 8pm

From 8pm a music performance by eon node

On Tuesday May 16, 2017 from 5:00pm, Bard College Berlin will hold its already established bi-annual Open Studios event, which showcases work by students in practicing arts classes. 

The event will be held in Bard College Berlin’s arts building “The Factory,” a two-floor industrial structure encompassing studios, workshops, exhibition areas, and performance and screening spaces. 

On display will be artworks in a wide variety of media from the classes:

Hands-On: Exploring Methods Towards a Personal Sculpting Practice - instructor John von Bergen

DIY VIDEO - Autobiography as Process and Performance in Video - instructor Dafna Maimon*

Dream Scene Studio - instructor Deville Cohen*

Contemporary Narratives in New Media: Systems, Mechanisms, and the Instruments of Power - instructor Heba Amin

Photography: Cut with a Kitchen Knife and Beginners Black and White Photography: Made for a Party - instructor April Gertler

Found Fragments & Layered Lines: mixed-media techniques for drawing and collage - instructor John Kleckner

Pablo Picasso - instructor Geoff Lehman

From natural history to “after nature”: Berlin as studio - instructor Ana María Gómez López

*The two video classes will screen student projects at least twice throughout the evening in the Factory's Seminar Room (located on the 1st floor). 

The Open Studios will end with a performance by eon node at 8:00pm.
eon node is an interdisciplinary music project based on DIY electronics invented and built by Berlin-born musician and alumnus Lucas Pohling (AY 2010).

Refreshments will be served. 

Time: Tuesday, May 16, 2017 from 5:00 p.m.
Venue: Bard College Berlin, The Factory
Eichenstrasse 43, Berlin-Pankow (map)
Admission free

BVG Directions: Bard College Berlin is in Niederschönhausen, a 12-minute tram ride from the “Pankow” S/U-Bahn station. Take the M1 tram towards the destination “Rosenthal Nord” (not "Schillerstrasse"), exit at “Friedrich-Engels-Str. / Eichenstrasse”. Bard College Berlin’s arts building is 2 blocks away on the right side with a large red banner in front.