Study Programs

Special Teaching and Research Formats

The Center for Cultural Production serves as a platform and connection point for the following teaching and research formats at Zeppelin University

Laboratory for Implicit and Artistic Knowledge
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Laboratory for Implicit and Artistic Knowledge
LIKWI is designed as an experimental platform for research and learning. It aims to integrate tacit, aesthetic and emotional knowledge into academic forms of learning and teaching.



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The artsprogram of Zeppelin University initiates artistic interventions, performances, exhibitions, and discursive formats and thus makes the university itself a place or artistic production.



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Bachelor track "Culture"

The Bachelor's focus "Culture" in the degree program "Communication & Cultural Management" (B.A.) offers students, in addition to a sound education in the core areas of cultural studies such as cultural theory, sociology and philosophy, the opportunity to critically examine specific theories and debates in the field of curating and staging as well as in the art and culture business and cultural policy. In this way, the track "Arts & Culture Studies" sharpens students' awareness of current issues in the practical fields of cultural management and staging practice and enables them to apply theoretical knowledge in the constantly changing fields of art and cultural production in a project- and organization-oriented manner.
These modules are supplemented by a diverse range of courses from other subject groups in the fields of organisational research, marketing, and political and administrative sciences.

Cultural Production & Cultural Policy Master of Arts  

This interdisciplinary English-language Master’s degree program in Cultural Production & Cultural Policy qualifies students for programmatic, research-based, artistic and curatorial work in the cultural sector. In times of violent geopolitical upheavals and crises of planetary proportions, cultural work in highly heterogeneous societies means creating spaces and infrastructures for cross-cultural dialog. A particular focus of the Master's program is therefore on the analysis and design of transformation processes and international cooperation.

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