In the winter semester of 2020/21, 27 students from the B.A. Graphic Design and Visual Communication program spent two months exploring the Brunnenviertel through online research and neighborhood walks as part of the Photography seminar, learning to see new things and to see their seeing in a new way.
Lisa Tinnes is studying Media and Event Management in her fifth semester at HMKW in Frankfurt. With her fifth semester she started an internship at AdAlliance (IP Germany) for the team "Interactive Solutions". Currently she works from home and creates digital concept ideas for clients like Ferrero or Disney.
In the module “Media Production” HMKW students Christian Caurla and Jonathan Walker (M.A. Convergent Journalism) shot a report about refugees in Frankfurt (Oder). The report is now presented in the program of Germany’s international news channel Deutsche Welle.
History is tedious? No way! In this semester students of M.A. Communication Design evolved new concepts for Märkisches Museum in Berlin-Mitte. On Thursday they presented their ideas to the museum team which was very keen on the students’ fresh perspective and their ability to think outside the box.
As a part of the cooperation with Märkisches Museum Berlin students of the master program Communication Design develop creative concepts in order to improve communication and mediation of educational contents in the age of digitalization.
The Internet Governance Forum, which is organized by the United Nations and held in Berlin from November 25 to 29, 2019, was hosted in Germany for the first time this year. Our students (M.A. Convergent Journalism) were on site the whole week, accompanied the event closely and established contacts with internet experts from all over the world.
In their new project "Die Welt vor meiner Tür" students of the program B.A. Graphic Design and Visual Communication focus their attention on the Brunnenviertel, the immediate neighborhood of HMKW Berlin. The exhibition was opened last Friday.
In their "Design and Social Research" lessons MA Communication Design students analyzed the impact of graphic design in everyday life on their creativity, letting the analysis influence their writing of poems and lyrics.
At the beginning of December, Cologne HMKW students of the study program M.A. Public Relations and Digital Marketing received a project task from the German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom in Bonn.