beate eismann

Beate Eismann

Born in Halle (Saale), Germany

Abitur (higher education entrance qualification)

1987 – 1988
Employed with the Staatliche Galerie Moritzburg, Halle

1988 – 1990
Goldsmith internship and theoretical specialist training

1990 – 1995
Study at the Burg Giebichenstein, Halle, University of Arts and Design, jewellery department,

1992 – 1993
Two visiting semesters at the Fachhochschule for Economy and Design in Pforzheim, jewellery department

1995 – 1997
Scholarship of the Carl Duisberg Association, work and study stay in Mexico City

1998 – 1999
Lecturer at the State Drawing Academy in Hanau

Since 1998
Free-lancer in Halle

2000 – 2006
Artistic assistant in the department of jewellery of the Burg Giebichenstein, Halle
University for Arts and Design

Master Artist in Jewelry at the Pratt Fine Arts Center, Seattle, U.S.A.

Visiting Artist at the Otago Polytechnic School of Art, Dunedin, New Zealand

Professional qualification training (CNC specialist)

Artist in Residence at the Jakob Bengel-Stiftung Idar-Oberstein

Scholarship holder of the Art Foundation of the Federal State of Saxony Anhalt

2008 - 2009
"Uta, The Likenesses of the Founders and Their Mediaeval Jewellery"
A contemporary jewellery project of the United Chapter Foundation of Merseburg, Naumburg and Zeitz on the occasion of the Year of Cathedral Treasures in Saxony Anhalt (with Anja Geiling)

2010 / 2011
Artist in Residence am Institute for Research in Applied Arts
Düsseldorf Universität of Applied Sciences

Workshop of the Stiftung Gold- und Silberschmiedekunst in Schwäbisch Gmünd
(Realised by Doris Raymann-Nowak, Ulrike Knab, Sabine Klarner, Dr. Cornelie Ueding, Beate Eismann)

2011 / 2012
Cooperation with the Museum of the Printing Arts Leipzig
Development of a Special Jewelry Edition on occation of the exhibition "Beate Eismann. Printing and Jewelry."

"NEWS FROM THE PERMIAN: International contemporary jewellery art and the Chemnitz Petrified Forest"
Symposium and project:Museum of History of Nature Chemnitz, Germany, and the Chemnitzer Künstlerbund e.V.
Curator: Prof. Ines Bruhn
Invited artists: Georg Dobler (D), Margit Jäschke(D), Beate Eismann (D), Birgit Laken, (NL), Mari Ishikawa (J/D), Märta Mattsson (S), Heike Lau (D), Beate von Appen, (D), Flora Vogi(H), Martin Papcun (SK), Deganit Stern Schocken (IL)

2015 / 2016 / 2017
Cooperation with Svenja John aimed on the preparation of exhibitions at different places