Students at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design will be presenting their latest coursework and projects in digital and analogue formats for this year’s open days from 17 to 19 July.
While the campus must remain shut due to the current circumstances, the works of its roughly 900 students in architecture, design, art and art restoration will be presented to the public online and far outside the confines of the academy on the interactive platform https://rundgang.abk.live. The website will combine a live stream, 360-degree shots and videos to form one large, virtual show. Exhibitions of student pieces in shops, cafes and local institutions will act as satellites for the open days throughout the city. Public billboards are being designed by students while artistic works and projects will be put before the public from the balconies and windows of students’ flats. The digital open days will commence online on Friday, 17 July, at 6.00 p.m. Further information and the detailed programme are available at https://rundgang.abk.live.