Become a Friend

The BAI Friends Program was launched in 2017 with the aim of providing access to single sections/parts of our programs addressing those who cannot make it to participate in the entire block structure of our studio program or former participants who want to stay in touch with the institute. As a participant in the Friends Program you are invited to attend the lectures and visits in the framework of the BAI Studio Program and the BAI Spring Academy. Also the lectures embedded in the seminars are accessible. Beyond that you can join our visits to studios, galleries, exhibitions, museums etc. Before the start of each block you will receive the program details. 

For more information and registration please send a message to: friends@berlinartinstitute.com

1 year (13 blocks) = 390 €

The fees are VAT-exempt by the Senate Administration for Education, Youth and Science pursuant to Paragraph 4 No. (21) (a)(bb) UStG (German Value Added Tax Act).

The participation fee is payable immediately after the BAI confirms the successful acceptance in writing. Please do not make a payment before receiving a final confirmation by the BAI.

  • Visit to EN ROUTE by Silvia Lorenz & Peter Pilz

Visit to EN ROUTE by Silvia Lorenz & Peter Pilz

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June 13, 2018, 3 pm

Many thanks to Bodo Grzonka for introducing our participants to the history of the House of the Industrial Union of Metalworkers and the program of the exhibition space of IG Metall and the artist Silvia Lorenz and […]

  • Lecture ELECTRONIC MUSIC by Xavi Kras

Lecture ELECTRONIC MUSIC by Xavi Kras

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June 12, 2018, 4 – 6 pm

Many thanks to the artist Xavi Kras (Javier Krasuk) for his performative lecture “ELECTRONIC MUSIC” with practical exercises for our participants.

Part A
Understanding beats, BPM and sound colors. Live demo
Structure of electronic music
What is […]

  • Seminar THE MAKING OF THE UNREALIZED by Heiko Pfreundt

Seminar THE MAKING OF THE UNREALIZED by Heiko Pfreundt

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June 05 – 07, 2018, 10 am – 1 pm

Many thanks to the artist Heiko Pfreundt for his seminar “The Making of the Unrealized” and discussing the works of our participants.

“Imagine this seminar introduction to be written in sand: […]