ART WORKs BERLIN



Why ...

 
A successful realisation of any kind of art needs
- aside an artist's talent and inspiration -
hard and persistent, not seldom seemingly banal work in organisation, administration, press and media,
that is why I decided to profit from my experiences with theatres and different cultural institutions on and behind stage
and to combine enthusiasm and sensibility for the artistic process with professional basic work
and to create, in 1992, 
my own agency and management
ART WORKs Berlin.
 
Aiming  to support and to become part of activities bringing together different cultures, religions and art styles by means of artistic expression,

our  first concert tours were dedicated to the Jewish Klezmer clarinet Giora Feidman
and had for objective to re-implant Jewish Culture in the new Federal States of former GDR,


In the following years, ART WORKs became a worldwide acting agency and management working in different fields and styles of
 music, theater, dance and film.   

 
Due to an intense cooperation with    international artists, theatres, operas and orchestras, public and privat institutions and companies,
profound knowledges
were developed
in booking and advisory of artists, planning of concerts and tours, cooperation with international promoters and institutions,
negotiation and finalising of contracts, international administrative and tax issues,
advertising, press and media activities.

Today, ART WORKs is booking a  selected roster of soloists and composers and cares for  several special projects,
but is offering in the same time
it’s management services to artists and organisations
by sharing a broad spectrum of professional expertise and competences grown in more than 30 years of a professional career.  

So, let's work together:
we work, you work, ART WORKs! 

Cordially –
Vera Giese

 
P.SBy the way, we owe the name and the slogan of our agency to Karl Valentin, a great artist and actor who said these true words:
"Art is beautiful, but needs a lot of work!"


                     

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