What a creative bunch! Artists love the Wendland region -- and Wendland loves artists. Look at everything we make here.
Creativity to look at, touch, and take part in yourself. Wendland opens you to the idea that everyone has a talent within. And maybe a little rebel as well. You just have to try it out and see. You can do that in workshops and seminars. If that’s too much for you, you can simply enjoy the artists’ work.
Wendland hautnah supports the arts, crafts, and the art of living. Creative power is tangible here. The dedication so typical of Wendland is on display for you in gardens, studios, and workshops. And you find open doors here everywhere - you just have to walk through! (Guided tours are offered in: German, English on request)
Cultural diversity in August -- and before, and after. You can take seminars and workshops and visit studios and experience even more events. The Summer Academy thrives on the many facets of creativity. Just come on in and join us.
Maike Hagemann combines in her work the routine of pottery with her aesthetic sensitivity. The result is beautifully shaped utility ceramics with simple decors in dots and stripes, in blue and green translucent glaze. Shiny, smooth and rough vessel surfaces with raised dots are interesting for the table and appearance. Why don't you come by and look over the artist's shoulder?
Michelle Mohr designs home furnishing textiles and products with a focus on sheep wool. Particularly her work with felt demonstrates her new interpretations of old techniques with which she has developed her own design language for her products. Have a look -- it’s worth your while!
WöckworX – that’s a pretty strange name. It’s the work of Claus Wöckener and his compelling devotion to the arts and crafts. Have you already seen the bicycle vases? Those taking long cycle tours here eventually want to go native. Come on in and be amazed.
Art and such. An artists’ workshop with a wide range of items. Here you can discover, admire, and buy fine art, glass beads made by the artists, and painted objects. A trio of artists -- Irena Naußed, Dagmar Stremlau, and Dieter Gerbeth -- look forward to seeing you in their workshop boutique.