Student Council Fine Arts (FSR - Bildende Kunst)
FSR BK meetings are currently in scheduling. More information will follow soon.
During the semester break we're meeting unregularely. Information hereof will be provided via E-Mail.
We would like to invite all interested students to take part in our meetings.
At best you're writing us an E-Mail ahead with any kind of concerns or questions.
Who are we?
The Fachschaftsrat BK currently consists of 10 members. We were elected in February 2020 and are in different classes and years:
– Bella (Klasse Favre)
– Finja (Klasse Favre)
– Pharaz (Klasse Pernice)
– Hariklia (Klasse Pryde)
– Kim (Klasse Bonvicini)
– Kimia (Grundlehre)
– Daniel (Klasse Favre)
– Nikolas (Klasse Pryde)
– Mika (Klasse ter Heijne)
– Konstantin (Klasse Favre)
On the basis of the current and severe situation due to COVID-19 we are unfortunately not able to take in any forms of project funding during the summer semester 2020. Half of our yearly budget goes back to the AstA UdK to financially support a relief for students of UdK during the time of recession.
A new evaluation of the situation and of our remaining budget will be happening in July 2020.
Hereof we'd like to keep you informed either here or via E-Mail.
We as the Fachschaftsrat Bildende Kunst (student council for Fine Arts) are an anti-racist, queer and feminist assembly of students of the Fine Arts program at UdK Berlin. As an inherent part of the university policy and as an active member of, among others, the faculty council, we are the direct representative instance for the concerns and necessities of the students at our university.
In doing so, the topics and problematics we are dealing with range from the equality of all students, over the realization of new and needed facilities at our faculty, or advertising new vacancies for qualified teaching personnel, to an intensive and extensive discourse about our general collective situation of studying in itself.
On top of that, we occasionally organize open events at our faculty and support different engaged and collective projects of students of the Fine Arts program.
If you have any concerns or questions you would like to raise, if you want to apply for support for your project or if you are interested in contributing to our work as a Fachschaft or even become a member, please go ahead and write an e-mail to:
- Study and examination regulations for the Fine Arts course
- How does teacher training and fine art go together as well as possible?
- Summer party, tour and awareness-team
- Usage of Steinhaus
- Autonomous Student Purposes (ASV)
- Possibilities of a student-administered room/location in the UdK
- Promotion of student concerns and projects