• BTK ON THE ALTONALE POP NIGHT

    BTK ON THE ALTONALE POP NIGHT

    Picnic blankets, deckchairs, bright sun, and right in the middle of it a creative workshop at BTK. Last Saturday, July 8, students and professors presented themselves and the university in their colorful workshop tent on Platz der Republik at the start of the cooperation between BTK and … More

  • BTK Talks Podcast

    BTK Talks Podcast

    BTK Talks Podcast showcases students, professors, and guest lecturers involved with BTK university of art & design, through long-form, unedited conversations discussing guests' projects, trajectories, processes, opinions, and fixations. Hosted by BTK photography student Sebastian Gongora and… More

  • „Experimental Illustration”

    „Experimental Illustration”

    Our Illustration-students came together in the class "Experimental Illustration". It looks back on a really prolific summer semester. These are a few works by Hamish McEachern, Angelie Koerner, Yayoek Börger, Anja Möhricke & Wenyuan Gu. For more information and artwork visit the studies own… More

  • BTK alumnus Tomaso Baldessarini wins PX3 Award in Paris

    BTK alumnus Tomaso Baldessarini wins PX3 Award in Paris

    BTK alumnus in Photography Tomaso Baldessarini has earned a lot of success with his book project series “Queens”. He has been chosen as the Editors' Pick by the LensCulture Magazine and the American media portal BuzzfeedUS shared his photo gallery and attracted worldwide attention. This… More

  • Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften at BTK

    Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften at BTK

    This year's Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften was dominated by new and innovative media such as virtual reality, 3D painting, and 360-degree multi-perspective. Visitors enthusiastically took up on the interactive offers as well as themed workshops and panel discussions.  In complete contrast,… More

  • ADC Festival: BTK student wins award

    ADC Festival: BTK student wins award

    Traumatized hens, the never-ending debate on organic produce, and (supposedly) way too much cholesterol: the humble egg is one hotly contested subject - and an average German consumes 231 eggs in a year. BTK Illustration student Viktoria Hagelberg took home an award at the ADC Festival for… More

  • New York photographer Todd Weinstein visits BTK Berlin

    New York photographer Todd Weinstein visits BTK Berlin

    Every year students visit him in New York City, and he just visited us at Campus Berlin: Todd Weinstein.  Born in Detroit in 1959, Todd Weinstein has been living in New York since 1970, and he talked about his fascinating career as a photographer beginning with his high school days through… More

  • Festival for Animated Film: Grand Prix for BTK Professor Volker Schlecht!

    Festival for Animated Film: Grand Prix for BTK Professor Volker Schlecht!

      Volker Schlecht, professor for illustrations at BTK, was awarded the Grand Prix at the Festival for Animated Film (ITFS) in Stuttgart for his movie "KAPUTT" about Hoheneck women's prison. The ITFS is one of the largest and most important festivals worldwide.  In the 23rd ITFS awards,… More

  • SHIFT - Final Projects of Bachelor- & Master Students at Kühlhaus

    SHIFT - Final Projects of Bachelor- & Master Students at Kühlhaus

    Four floors full of ideas from Photography, Illustration, Communication Design, Interaction Design, Motion Design and Media Spaces: about 75 final projects of the Bachelor- & Master- Students of BTK filled the SHIFT exhibition at Kühlhaus Berlin to the rasters. Last Thursday the Professors… More

  • BTK waiting list procedure has started

    BTK waiting list procedure has started

    The waiting list procedure for the summer semester 2016 has now started at BTK - the chance for latecomers. Thanks to our waiting list procedure, BTK is now giving latecomers the chance to still apply and be accepted to their studies of choice. Should your application be successful, you… More

  • BTK Professor shows film at Berlinale

    BTK Professor shows film at Berlinale

    Overcrowded prison cells, strict hierarchies, cruel detention conditions and the continuing psychological effects are the subject of discussion. Based on interviews with former prisoners of the detention center Burg Hoheneck, the Animadoc film „Kaputt“ tells about the most infamous women´s… More

  • STUDENTS DEVELOP A NEW SIGNAGE SYSTEM FOR SAAROWTHERME

    STUDENTS DEVELOP A NEW SIGNAGE SYSTEM FOR SAAROWTHERME

    Starting this winter, the thermal bath SaarowTherme cooperates with BTK Berlin. The goal is to develop a new signage system for clients and visitors. Within the next months Communication Design students will design and create a new signage system under the lead of Prof. Volker Pook. It is… More