Room 102/104/105, Fon +49 (0)30 354 062 20, www.klang-holz.de
Building classes and a music circle for children and adults, open youth work for kids and young adults, musical instrument building. A themed musical “Cafe Klangholz” at 15:00 - 18.00 on the first Saturday of the month.
Evelyne Höpfner - Wool Workshop
Room 106, Fon +49 (0)30 381 24 74
Old hand-working techniques using traditional instruments are learned and practiced in an “open workshop.” The treatment of wool is taught starting with raw wool, through washing, carding, spinning and weaving, and even sewing.
Britta Carl-Gerth - Natural Cosmetics Manufactory
Room 117, Fon +49 0172 3189 191, www.verzaubereien.de
Handcrafted natural cosmetics such as creams, scrubs, fragrances and bath-confiserie. The production of natural cosmetics can be learnd in workshops for children and adults.
Inge Gerner - Glass Engraver
Room 115, Fon +49 (0)30 354 024 -05, Fax -06,
Open engraving workshop for individual improvement in glass work, including portrait carving. One can work with crystal glass, large and small glass objects as well as sandblasting decoration and designing tabletops, window panes, doors and much more.
Peter Cujé - Painter
Room 202, 1.fl, Fon +49 (0)30 331 69 14, www.petercuje.de
His paintings emerge in many steps as new coats of paint are steadily accumulated and then patiently washed out. The paintings are inspired by classical modern works.
Barbara Nowy - Sculptor / Painter
Room 205, 1.fl, Fon +49 (0)30 375 83 600, www.barbaranowy.de
The central theme of her painting is landscape. When working in her studio, she strives to bring the experience of nature and her compositions into a unity. Another field of activity is formed by her sculptures from clay, stone and wood. She also offers painting classes at Ahrenshoop.
Pius Müller - Painter
Room 206, 1.fl, Fon +49 (0)30 375 83 600
His method of painting develops out of abstract perspective and form. The field of connections is forged from the building blocks of image - chiefly colour and form - with their differentiations and intersections.
Sigrun Hildebrandt - Restorer
Room 210/219, 1.fl, Fon/Fax +49 (0)30 354 067 53,
Since 1993 Sigrun Hildebrandt has been a free-lance restorer of furniture and wood objects.
Ute Seiler - Master Restorer
Room 302, 2.fl, Fon +49 0160 947 910 26, www.restaurierung-seiler.com
Restoration of paintings, sculptures, archaeological objects. Worked for New Museum Berlin, Egyptian Museum Berlin, Egyptian Museum Basel, Museum for Communication Berlin and others.
Herbert Plonske - Architect, Draughtsman, Painter
Room 304, 2.fl, Fon +49 (0)30 335 070 63, www.plonske.com
Concentrated image-motifs of the unconscious define his work. They are semiotic imaginations developed and differentiated in paint on large surfaces, sometimes detail-obsessed. His field of work reaches from abstract to epically wide, but always symbolic, figuration.
Anna von Bassen - Painter
Room 316, 2.fl, www.anna-von-bassen.de
Norbert Kluge - objects
room 318, 2.fl, Fon +49 (0)30 711 44 09, www.kluge-objekte.de
His objects are assembled from flotsam, rusty scrap-iron, wood or bones. New constructions or contexts are created – found objects become found-works with subtle titles.
Barbara Riekenberg - hand-boiled soaps
Room 113, www.die-seifenengel.de
Soaps from 100% natural raw materials are boiled using traditional methods. They tickle the eye with their appearance and unusual scent-composition.
Dorothea Nerlich - ceramic and sculpture
Bastion Kronprinz, Fon +49 (0)30 354 065 17
Her studio for artistic ceramics, ceramic sculpting, and “Kunst am Bau” is open Monday to Friday from 10 to 17 o’clock, and Saturday from 12 to 18 o’clock, or by telephone appointment.
Bastion Kronprinz, group bookin: Fon +49 (0)30 351 325 10
Historic Smithy Steel and Stone with blacksmith art and demonstrations by blacksmith Peter Marshall.
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