Dr. Ole Frahm is an historian and works as a writer and artist. He is co-founder of the Arbeitsstelle für Graphische Literatur (ArGL) at the University of Hamburg and a founding member of the Villigster Forschungsforum zu Nationalsozialismus, Rassismus und Antisemitismus. In addition to several teaching assignments he has been a visiting professor for time-based media at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg since 2012.
Sascha Hommer as a comic artist from Hamburg (GER). He studied art at the University of Applied Science in Hamburg with the well-known artist Prof. Anke Feuchtenberger. He founded the Comic-Anthology ORANG and has been running together with Arne Bellstorf the puplishing house KIKIPOST since 2004. Mostly, he publishes his work at the publishing house REPRODUKT. http://saschahommer.blogspot.de/
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Elisabeth Desta studied theatre arts, general and comparative literature studies and French studies in Leipzig and Paris. In her work, she focusses on socio-political and historical developments, which is expressed in her occupation with commemorative cultures and collective memory. Working in educational and cultural projects for the Federal Agency for Civic Education, the Lower Saxony Memorials Foundation and as a Robert Bosch Cultural Manager in Pristina, Kosovo, she has made varied experiences in the field of international cultural work. She lives and works in Leipzig as a free-lance cultural manager.
Ludwig Henne studied cultural studies, communication and media studies at the University Leipzig. He has been working as a board member in various local and international cultural associations. From 2007 to 2009, he co-developed and implemented a fund-raising strategy for the university’s 600-year anniversary at the University Leipzig. Between 2010 and 2012 he established an artist-in-residency program as Robert Bosch Cultural Manager in Eastern Slovakia within the context of the European Capital of Culture. Since 2012, he has been working as a freelance cultural manager. He was manager of the gallery b2 at Leipziger Spinnerei, is organizing international festivals, workshops and exhibitions and holding seminars on international cultural management. Since August 2012, he has been the alumni representative for the Robert Bosch Cultural Manager Network.