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\n\n \tArtists 2022 The cultural journalist Beate Scheder interviewed this year’s participants about their artistic practice . A click on the respective name will take you to the interview (in German): Elisa Jule Braun Ipek Bur\u00e7ak Marta Djourina Sarah Godfrey Sophie Hilbert Miji Ih Kristiane Kegelmann Sarah Loibl Toni Mauersberg Katharina Reich Stefanie Schwarzwimmer Babette Semmer […]<\/a>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>\n
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\n\n \tInfo The Goldrausch project for women artists promotes the careers of outstanding, emerging women artists. It is an independent professional training programme for visual women artists; a one-year postgraduate professional development course, an exhibition and public events take place within its framework. Every year 15 artists can take part in the project. supported by The […]<\/a>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>\n
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\n\n \tAnja Pentrop 2011 Through the other Goldrausch artists and the project managers I gained a new vocabulary for my works and an awareness of new interpretations. I\u2019ve become braver, use a broader range of artistic materials, and my technical know-how has been greatly enhanced. Art is still my primary means of support. It was very […]<\/a>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>\n
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\n\n \tChristine Woditschka 2006 For me, the Goldrausch year was an absolute benefit: I\u2019ve continued to collaborate with one of the women in my course since we got to know each other at Goldrausch. And it\u2019s often nice to meet other ex-Goldrausch women \u2013 the experiences from that intensive year create extraordinary bonds. Obviously the course […]<\/a>\n <\/div>\n <\/div>\n<\/div>\n