On Thursday, 6 June 2019, students of the Art & Design Department of the Campus Hamburg will present a multimedia exhibition as part of a vernissage on-board of the museum ship Cap San Diego at Überseebrücke Hamburg.
The presentation is part of an exhibition that can be seen in the belly of the ship until 20 July 2019 and tells the story of a group of students at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg (HfBK) in the 1970s. This is about the concept of an experimental self-organization of teaching and learning with artistic means, which came about because of a special situation with inadequate space and teaching possibilities at the university and was implemented outside as a ZELTSCHULE.
The former students are also participants of the exhibition as well as of a symposium, which takes place on the following day, June 7, 2019, from 2 p.m. on the ship.
At the same time, a book publication on the subject of the ZELTSCHULE will be published by Philo Fine Arts, Hamburg, which presents the ZELTSCHULE events against the background of the 1968 movement and seeks a connection to today's existence in the media-determined present.
Vernissage: Thursday, 6 June 2019, 6 pm
Exhibition: Daily from 10 am to 6 pm
Symposium: Friday, 7 June 2019, 2 pm
Finissage: Saturday, 20 July 2019, 6 pm
Museum ship Cap San Diego, berth Überseebrücke, 20459 Hamburg
Ahmed Alian, Laurizete Alves da Silva, Sondos Dahrog, Thilo Hüser, Anjuscha Küchler, Malin Lo Zito, Jelena Mönch, Sarah Nagler, Moses Omeogo, Maguli Pajung, Niklas Pfeifer, Mey Plagmann, Isabelle Pryzwanski, Bryan Ravenborg, Rob Rothenpieler, Lennart Sack, Julia Schulz, Michelle Sitk,Michelle Warsönke, Lia Wortelker
and the artists of the Zeltschule