Lecture by the FTWild managing director at the FU Berlin (department of history and cultural studies) in front of future cultural managers.
New year – new stallions: We have designed the current flyer for stud farm “Gut Staffelde” as an insert for trade journals.
After the new website went online, we also adapted the business equipment for Pfenning. Small and large, high-quality giveaways now adorn the desks in a noble design and strengthen the brand identity.
On 11 and 12 September, Christopher Lehmpfuhl’s exhibition “Berliner Freiluft” took place at the old lung sanatorium in Beelitz-Heilstätten. In an interview with Hauptstadt.TV, he talks about his inspiration for the snapshots of the historic buildings, which were captured as sculptural oil paintings. Continue to the interview here!
For a review of the cultural events of 2020, we were pleased to welcome Deutsche Welle’s cultural magazine KULTUR.21 to the Amplifier. The location offers varied settings for the moderation and the interview with jazz musician Till Brönner. You can find the result here: KULTUR.21
On 19 August, FTWild launched an impressive exhibition on the themes of Unity in Diversity, Human Love, Climate Change, Faces of Humanity and Photojournalist of the Year with the BarTur Photo Awards. However, the event was not only the launch of the exhibition, but also the first event at the Urban Banks Berlin venue. An[···]
We spent the past months working with BUWOG, a real-estate firm, on the naming, logo development and visualisation of “Das Grüngold,” a new building project in Bad Nauheim, not far from Frankfurt am Main. With the completion of a sales exposé, the sales floor plans for the condominiums and a mailshot, the marketing of these[···]
The Beelitz-Heilstätten sanatorium ensemble will be filled with various cultural events and formats as part of an interim-use plan prior to its gradual renovation, with readings, concerts, exhibitions and much more. After completion of the final stages of renovation, the space will continue to be available for cultural programmes. We were already able to realise[···]