Porträtfoto von Hannah Kruse. Sie steht vor einer grünen Wand, lächelt und blickt in die Kamera.

Hannah Kruse, © Jasmin Valcarcel

Hannah Kruse, Project manager

Hannah Kruse is an art scholar and cultural manager. She studied art and art theory at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK), and later completed the postgraduate Whitney Museum of Arts Independent Study Program in Curatorial Studies in New York.

She has worked as an artist’s assistant and coordinated art events and exhibitions in New York, Berlin and London. In 2002/03 she was the managing director of London’s Chisenhale Gallery, which produces the work of ‘emerging artists’. Hannah Kruse’s work focuses on the qualification of women artists, arts education / gallery education, and project management. She has frequently been on juries for ‘Kunst am Bau’ (public art for architecture) proposals, project funding and grants. Hannah Kruse has taught at the UdK’s Institute for Art in Context, the Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin (spatial strategies course), the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Kiel, and other arts institutions.


Porträtfoto von Veronika Bartelt. Sie steht vor einer grauen Wand und schaut lächelnd in die Kamera.

Veronika Bartelt, © Jasmin Valcarcel

Veronika Bartelt, Course coordinator

Veronika Bartelt is a cultural scholar; in 2017 she completed the master’s programme Culture, Arts and Media at the Leuphana University of Lüneburg; 2019 – 2020 project manager at salondergegenwart, a non-profit art project with an annual group exhibition to promote visual artists with a focus on painting; 2018 project coordinator for a participatory neighbourhood project (“Open KööK”) in Hamburg.

In 2021 Veronika Bartelt joined the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt and has been working as a course coordinator since October 2021. As part of the Goldrausch team she focuses on curriculum planning, supporting the artists* and the presentation media produced during the course.

Based on her experience in project work, she has been giving workshops for (prospective) artists and art scholars at the bbk Bildungswerk, at the Kunsthochschule Kassel and (together with Hannah Kruse) at the Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule since 2021.

2024-25 further training as a systemic coach in Berlin, aiming to support artists and cultural workers in their individual professional concerns.


Manon Frugier steht vor einer grauen Garagentür und schaut direkt in die Kamera und lächelt.

Manon Frugier, Course support and public relations (Project management assistant)

After completing a Master’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po in Paris in 2017, Manon Frugier worked as an art mediator and project manager for various art galleries, biennials and festivals, including the Palais de Tokyo, Manifesta 13, transmediale, Klosterruine Berlin and ngbk’s ‘Kunst im Untergrund’ project. Manon Frugier has been working at Goldrausch since March 2024, using their skills to assist with project management. Manon Frugier is interested in the history of drag kings, queer archives and analogue photography.


Porträtfoto von Ulrike Riebel. Sie steht vor einer grauen Wand und schaut lächelnd in die Kamera.

Ulrike Riebel, © Jasmin Valcarcel

Ulrike Riebel, Finance coordinator

Ulrike Riebel works as a freelance curator and project space manager. Studied BA Philosophy and Social Sciences in Leipzig and Reykjavík, Iceland; part-time study MA /ecm – educating/curating/managing at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna; internship in public relations at the Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst (GfZK) in Leipzig; 2018 – 2020 academic trainee at Galerie Nord | Kunstverein Tiergarten as curatorial assistant and program coordinator and at Bärenzwinger part of the artistic management team; 2021 – 2022 production manager at Klosterruine Berlin and Bärenzwinger. Since April 2022 Ulrike Riebel is working as financial coordinator at Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt.

She is a founding member of the art association Plusnull e.V. and the Institute for Everything Possible and since 2020 Artistic Director of the art festival ORTSTERMIN in Berlin-Moabit.


Klara Hülskamp steht vor einer grauen Garagentür und schaut direkt in die Kamera. Sie lächelt.

Klara Hülskamp, Finance and management assistant

Klara Hülskamp lives and works as a cultural worker and curator in Berlin and Hamburg. She graduated from the Curatorial Studies programme (M.A.) at the Städelschule and Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main and studied Aesthetics and Art History / Media Studies (B.A.) at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig. She currently works as an assistant curator at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof and carries out independent curatorial projects. She is part of the curatorial team of the Miniaturbiennale II, which will take place at Frankfurt Central Station in 2024.

In the past, she has worked in the curatorial team of the Schinkel Pavilion, was assistant curator at the Kunstverein Braunschweig and production assistant for the 9th Berlin Biennale. In her curatorial practice she is interested in collective practices of working, forms of participation and aesthetics of liminality.


Cheyenne Enneper steht vor einer grauen Garagentür und schaut direkt in die Kamera. Sie lächelt.

Cheyenne Enneper, intern

Cheyenne Enneper is studying Cultural Studies and Art History at the Humboldt University in Berlin. Having grown up in an artistic household, she feels closely connected to the fine arts and gained an early insight into creative practice. In the course of her studies, she acquired a comprehensive knowledge of art movements as well as social and cultural contexts of art production, to which she developed queer-feminist approaches.

Cheyenne Enneper combines academic topics such as collecting as a cultural technique and interdisciplinary perspectives on sleep with modern and contemporary art history. These topics are reflected in both her artistic projects and her bachelor’s thesis. Alongside her studies, she works at several locations of the Walther König art bookshop, where she always keeps an eye on current art and cultural events. Together with other students, she is responsible for the administrative processes of the store in the “Pergamonmuseum. The Panorama”.

At Goldrausch, she is excited to engage in a dialogue with the artists and their work. Through her involvement in organizing the group exhibition she is looking forward to strengthening the visibility of women* in art.


Marlene Risse steht vor einem grünen Hintergrund und schaut direkt in die Kamera. Sie lächelt.

Marlene Risse, intern

Marlene Risse has dealt intensively with pedagogical and social issues in her previous professional experience as an educator. She is currently studying for a Bachelor’s degree in Arts Management and Cultural Work at the Fachhochschule Potsdam University of Applied Sciences. The course content includes cultural, media and social science issues and combines these with topics from business administration and management studies. She is particularly interested in the topics of art mediation and curation.

As part of her project work during her studies, she worked on breaking down access barriers to theater and was part of the school and theater project TheaterImpuls. After an Erasmus+ stay abroad in Riga (Latvia) at the Latvian Academy of Culture, she completed an internship at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/ Bethanien and Galerie im Turm. There she helped to prepare various art exhibitions. For the exhibition Wor(l)ding Dreamers at Galerie im Turm, she worked with the curators to create the Dream Pockets mediation programme, which encouraged visitors to exchange ideas on themes such as dreams, world-building and Afrofuturism.

For the Goldrausch-Künstlerinnen project, she is looking forward to working with the participating artists and gaining insights into the processes involved in preparing the exhibition and producing the accompanying catalogue.


Previous project managers

Hannah Kruse (2004–ongoing)
Birgit Effinger (2002–06/2018)
Anna Brinkmann (2014–2016, finances)
Annette Maechtel (2002–2003)
Annette Thomas (1999–2001)
Hannah Kruse (1995–1999)
Dr. Anne Marie Freybourg (project founder) (1989–2001)
Ute Birk (Projektgründerin) (1989–1995)

Previous employees

Katharina Faller (2022-2024, Course support and Public relations), Lotta Bartoschewski (2022-2023, Finances assistant) Theresa Strebling (2018-2022, Finances), Sarah Magill (Finances and management assistant), Sarie Nijboer (2021, Course coordinator), Kira Dell (2017–2018, Finance; 2018–2021, Project coordinator), Jil Zepp (2019–2020, Graduate Trainee), Frederiek Weda (2018–2019, Graduate Trainee), Anna Brinkmann (2014–2016, Finances)

Previous interns were i.a.

Sophie Etinosa Agho, Helen Albrecht, Mara Baumbach, Sophie Becker, Luisa Bona, Johanna Böker, Clara Brosche, Anna Rea Bründl, Meryem Coskun, Benita Dederichs, Anja Degner, Kira Dell, Franziska Ehlicker, Anna Emminger, Bergit Faßl, Elisabeth Faul, Stefano Ferlito, Miriam Georger, Carolin Greifenstein, Franziska Grubann, Elsa Guily, Devin Gökdemir, Letha Gumz, Pauline Hagen, Johanna Hartmann, Dora Jacques Piaszek, Lena Kahle, Carolin Kaser, Daria Korznikova, Malin Krahn, Nora Kronemeyer, Khatia Kurtanidze, Anna Latzko, Leo Lencsés, Sarah Marcinkowski, Annika Maus, Sophie McCuen-Koytek, Leah Marthe Mennrich, Susanne Mohr, Hélène Mohrbutter, Carla Mönning, Anne Nauditt, Ina Neddermeyer, Svitlana Nikolaienko, Alva Noelle, Vanessa Schmidt, Franziska Schönfeld, Nicola Schüschke, Lucía Scinadro, Lea Stahl, Olivia Steiert, Hanna Steinert, Theresa Strebling, Alena Trapp, Tabea Thom, Janina Vujic, Litong Xiao, Fadila Yassouf, Anne Zdunek, Helena Zeh, Clara Zerrahn