Prof. Dr. Frieder Schnock
Frieder Schnock studied art and art
history at the Akademie der bildenden Künste Karlsruhe / TU Karlsruhe (I+II. Staatsexamen) / FU
Berlin and Braunschweig University of Art where he received his PhD in art
history (Land Art). He also worked as art educator, graphic designer, art advisor, gallery director (Gesellschaft
für Blickschulung / Loft 44/45), art critic and as curator for private
foundations and public exhibition spaces (such as the Museum Fridericianum in
Kassel). Frieder Schnock is a former Rockefeller Fellow; he has been teaching visual studies at Beuth University
of Applied Sciences in Berlin and at Leuphana University in Lüneburg for many years.
At Berlin's artists association (bbk-bildungswerk Berlin) he is the managing director of the professionalization program, providing workshops, lectures, coachings and seminars for up to 1.000 professional artists per year.
Prof. Dr. Frieder Schnock, together with Prof. Renata Stih, is a frequent lecturer at numerous colleges and universities in the United States. Public art projects are realized in cooperation with Renata Stih
( see > www.stih-schnock.de ).