Kinga German PhD

leader of master program ,
associate professor

Kinga German PhD

leader of master program, associate professor

Field of education Theoretical Studies, Management
Field of research participatory exhibition organization, museum pedagogy, contemporary universal art, late Gothic architecture, museum knowledge and educational organization
Institution Institute for Theoretical Studies

Bio

She has participated in the development of the MOME Art and Design Management MA, and founded and run the Museum Management and Cultural Management (mukume) specialised trainings. She regularly organises exhibitions in Hungary and abroad, involving her university students. In 2015, she was curator of the Hungarian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale of Fine Art (Sustainable Identities).  According to Italian figures, 501,502 regular visitors + 24,065 preview visitors visited the exhibition over the seven months. When compiling the catalogue for the exhibition, she collaborated with 21 authors from Hungary and abroad. The exhibition won the silver prize of the A’ Design Award & Competition, Como/Italy. In 2017, she was the curator of Éva Magyarósi’s solo exhibition titled A játékosok száma végtelen (The Number of Players is Infinite)-Debrecen, 24 B Gallery- Modem, where she worked with her own students and with students from the University of Nyíregyháza. Szilárd Cseke: ‘Fall by the Roadside’. Curator and publication author of Kunsthalle Bratislava-LAB (7.12.2017-04.02.2017). The number of visitors reached 12,636, which is a 10-year local record. In 2018, she was the mastermind and director of the participative exhibition project Nyitások (Openings- Budapest, Gallery B32).

She has been an invited lecturer at the Institute of Art History of the PPKE (Pázmány Péter Catholic University) for 13 years.  She was the member of the jury of the Hungarian selection on the 57th Venice Biennale of Fine Arts.  She is a jury member of the ARTBASE contemporary art programme, initiated by the Kunsthalle in Bratislava.

 

Qualifications

History of Art (major); History of Architecture, General Pedagogy (minors) - Universität Karlsruhe; Cultural Management specialised training (Universität zu Hagen)

 

Subjects taught

Universal 20th century and contemporary art

Museum Pedagogy

Exhibition Organisation

Visitor Researches

Culture Management Professional Practices

Soziales Design (Social design) in German language

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Publications
Kinga Germán, Zsófia Ruttkay (Eds.) Digital Museum. Budapest-Szentendre 2017. (Múzeumi Iránytű 12.)
Kinga Germán: Participate and ask to participate in contemporary museums In: Digital Museum, edited by Kinga Germán and Zsófia Ruttkay. Budapest-Szentendre 2017, (Múzeumi Iránytű 12.), pp 21-40
Kinga Germán: Sakramentsnischen und Sakramentshäuser in Siebenbürgen. Die Verehrung des Corpus Christi. Imhof Publishing House, Petersberg 2014.
Kinga Germán: Das Sakramentshaus in St. Franziskus in der Tradition der Sakramentshäuser. Das Potenzial der liturgischen Einrichtung von St. Franziskus in Sindelfingen-Hinterweil für einen ökumenischen Raum. In: Gebaute Ökumene. Botschaft und Auftrag für das 21. Jahrhundert. Edited by Stefan Kopp and Joachim Werz. Freiburg, Basel, Wien 2018, Herder Publishing House, pp 395-411
Kinga Germán (ed.): Múzeumpedagógia (Museum Pedagogy). Editorial foreword to the studies in the thematic issue. In: Szociálpedagógia. International peer-reviewed journal (2015/1-2), Múzeumpedagógia, 3-5.
Kinga Germán: Sakramentshäuser und Sakramentsnischen in evangelischen Kirchen Augsburgischen Bekenntnisses in Siebenbürgen. In: Formierung des konfessionellen Raumes in Ostmitteleuropa, edited by Evelin Wetter. Stuttgart 2008, pp 125-132
Kinga Germán: Szilárd Cseke. In: The World. Ard and Economy 2008-2018/Konstruktionen der Welt. Kunst und Ökonomie 2008-2018. Edited by Sebastian Baden and Ulrike Lorenz. Exhibition catalogue Kunsthalle Mannheim, Kerber Art Publishing House, Bielefeld/Berlin 2018, pp 72-73
Kinga Germán: Sustainable Identities. In: All the World’s Futures. Biennale Arte 2015, Catalogue. Marsilio Editori, Venice 2015, vol. 2 pp 72-73

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