Qualification objective and methodology

The subject areas relate to the broad spectrum of exhibitions such as museum and collection presentations, scientific and thematic exhibitions, special and permanent exhibitions, digital exhibition concepts, brand and experience worlds as well as store design. Based on the specific prerequisites, requirements and objectives of different exhibition institutions, phases, methods and instruments of the creative and mediation-oriented process are discussed. The compact knowledge transfer takes place within the framework of seminars, workshops, excursions and technical discussions.

In four modules, the exhibition design certificate course offers methodical specialist knowledge applicable in exhibition practice for the creative, media, company and target group-related implementation of exhibition concepts and a comprehensive insight into the interdisciplinary field of exhibition production. High-profile speakers impart in-depth knowledge for the conception, planning and implementation of design concepts for exhibitions, methods of digitization and current research projects.

Registration on the website of Berlin Career College – University of the Arts

Module 2

Day 3, Saturday, September 24, 09:00-17:00

Berlin University of the Arts

Prof. Dr. Axel Buether (online panel)

Medium Color
– Color psychology and visual communication in space
– Application examples for scenography and exhibition design

Prof. Timo Rieke

Medium color
– Color and perception
– Color is content not surface
– Synaesthetics of color
– Color and time reference
– Systematics of color in the application

Prof. Gabi Schillig

Dialogical Spaces – Responsive Architectures
– Conceptual design
– Multi-sensory spaces, bodies, materiality – communication in space