Collecting practical experience, establishing contacts - projects at the UE
Direct feedback, new experiences, useful contacts, and inspiring exchange - being able to test your work in practice is immensely important. That is why we regularly offer our students the opportunity to put their acquired knowledge into practice. Our large network of cooperation partners and partner universities is an advantage here.
Projects Art & Design Faculty
Reporters Without BordersShow more
In collaboration with Reporters Without Borders, students from the Illustration Department @ue.germany, under the direction of Hans Baltzer, have created artwork on topics such as dual use, whistleblowing, impunity and freedom of the press.
Oskar (student at Campus Berlin) highlights in his illustration the drastic fates that journalists have to suffer - from torture and kidnapping to murder - without the perpetrators having to face the consequences of their actions. Impunity is a serious problem, particularly pronounced in countries such as Mexico, Malta or Slovakia, and is a constant threat to all journalists and bloggers who have to fear inadequate protection by the law and the government.
When: Winter semester 2020/21
arte MagazinShow more
Our students taking the Editorial Design course taught by Prof. Volker Pook have designed the cover for the special edition of the ARTE Magazine on the opening of “Elphi”. Yvonne Schucht, Lisa-Marie Witting, Allegra Parlavecchio, Anouk Miserez, and Michelle Kovacic came in the top five with their designs, and Yvonne Schucht won with a silhouette under white fabric.
When: November/December 2016
Publishing house DumontShow more
Working together with the publishing house Dumont, our students Birk Reddehase and Leopold von der Gönna (4th semester) created an elaborate book trailer. The short clip for the book release of “Wir da draußen” by Fikry El Azzouzi was well received by the customers and published on all of Dumont’s marketing channels.
When: July 2016
Calendar CooperationShow more
Prof. Hans Baltzer and illustration students designed a calendar with Boesner, the university's cooperation partner. The project took place as part of the project week. Boesner is a large art supplier in some european countries.
In order to develop a new guidance system for their visitors and customers, Saarow-Therme started to cooperate with our university in Berlin. Students of communication design, instructed by Prof. Volker Pook, made drafts for the upcoming changes.
When: January until March 2016
Programme: Communication Design
Cityarbeit of the Reformed church in Iserlohn in cooperation with LebensWert e.V. and students from Campus Iserlohn, University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE), have jointly opened the art project “lebenswert.” The inner-city church serves as a “creative space” to artistically transform “encounters in passing.” Students showed their film on the theme of “lebenswert” that they shot and produced themselves. Furthermore there were interviews as well as video and photography shoots.
When: October 2016 until January 2017