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Ditze-Stiftung Annual Bursaries for Master Students

The Karl H. Ditze Stiftung has been offering an annual bursary worth 5,000 euros to Master students at the HFBK Hamburg since 2007. The purpose of this bursary is to improve study conditions for especially gifted students.

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Scholarship Holders

Scholarship holders 2020

Stephan Knauss, Film, Prof. Pepe Danquart
Ayse Salman, Film, Prof. Dr. Bettina Uppenkamp
Lena Schramm, Malerei/Zeichnen, Prof. Werner Büttner

Scholarship holders 2019

Pascal Brinkmann, Malerei/Zeichnen, Prof. Werner Büttner
Georg Juranek, Bildhauerei, Prof. Pia Stadtbäumer
Lisa Marie Zander, Design, Prof. Jesko Fezer

Scholarship holders 2018

Linda Lebeck, Time-based Media, Prof. Jeanne Faust
Julia Malgut, Stage Design, Prof. Raimund Bauer
Julia Tielke, Film, Prof. Angela Schanelec

Scholarship holders 2017

Paul Glaw, Malerei, Prof. Jutta Koether
Charlotte Livine, Zeitbezogene Medien, Prof. Michaela Melián
Natalia Sidor, Zeitbezogene Medien, Prof. Jeanne Faust

Scholarship holders 2016

Rebecca Zedow, Malerei, Prof. Anselm Reyle
Felix Boekamp, Zeitbezogene Medien, Prof. Michaela Melián
Marko Mijatovic, Film, Prof. Angela Schanelec

Scholarship holders 2015

Utz Biesemann, Bildhauerei, Prof. Thomas Demand
Viki Kühn, Film, Prof. Angela Schanelec
Alexander Pröpster, Malerei, Prof. Jutta Koether

Scholarship holders 2014

Sho Hasegawa, Bildhauerei, Prof. Pia Stadtbäumer
Linda Hollkott, Zeitbezogene Medien, Prof. Dr. Michael Diers
Luka Papic, Film, Prof. Angela Schanelec
Mate Ugrin, Film, Prof. Angela Schanelec

Scholarship holders 2013

Chloe Stead, Master Bildhauerei, Prof. Thomas Demand
Maya Connors, Diplom Film, Prof. Udo Engel
Nicolaas Schmidt, Diplom Zeitbezogene Medien, Prof. Michaela Melián
Johanna Tiedtke, Master Malerei, Prof. Jutta Koether

Scholarship holders 2012

Katja Aufleger, Master Bildhauerei
Christiane Blattmann, Diplom Malerei
Eylien König, Diplom Bühnenraum
Franziska Opel, Diplom Grafik/Typografie/Fotografie

Scholarship holders 2011/12

Carsten Benger, Diplom Kunst, Prof. Jeanne Faust
Simon Hehemann, Diplom Kunst, Prof. Werner Büttner
Martin Meiser, Diplom Kunst, Prof. Werner Büttner
Jinwoo Kim, Diplom Kunst, Prof. Werner Büttner

Scholarship holders 2010/11

Julia Bonn, Kunst
Ines Göbel/Ina-Marie von Mohl, Design
Moritz Herda, Bildhauerei
Verena Issel, Kunst
Steffen Zillig, Zeitbezogene Medien

Scholarship holders 2009/10

Danaszbourski: Jan Bourquin/Daniel Kern/Jonas von Ostrowski
Kerstin Fürstenberg
Lawrence Power
Rebecca Thomas

Scholarship holders 2008/09

Inga Kählke, Kunst
Monika Michalko, Kunst
Nina Rose, Kunst
Swen-Erik Scheuerling, Kunst

Scholarship holders 2006/07

Janine Eggert, Kunst
Nadja Frank, Kunst
Almut Grypstra, Kunst
Jan Karpinski, Visuelle Kommunikation/Medien
Pauline M’Barek, Kunst
Anna Carena Mosler, Kunst
Sophie Oldenbourg, Kunst
Ulrike Paul, Kunst
Jakob Perko, Kunst
Erich Pick, Kunst
Philipp Ricklefs, Kunst
Maria Tobiassen, Kunst
Karsten Wiesel, Visuelle Kommunikation/Medien
Lily Wittenburg, Kunst

Scholarship holders 2003-05

Stefan Alber, Kunst
Ulla von Brandenburg, Kunst
Cordula Ditz, Kunst
Tatjana Greiner, Visuelle Kommunikation/Medien
Stef Heidhus, Kunst
Julia Horstmann, Architektur
Verena Issel, Kunst
Vappu Kantola, Visuelle Kommunikation/Medien
Henning Kles, Kunst
Juhee Lee, Kunst
Benjamin Metzger, Architektur
Karolin Meunier, Kunst
Stephan Mörsch, Kunst
Stefan Moos, Kunst
(Martina) Renée Rapedius, Kunst
Thomas Rapedius (ehem. Rindfleisch), Kunst
Sylke Rother, Kunst
Jörn Stahlschmidt, Kunst
Sabin Tünschel, Kunst
Tim Voss, Visuelle Kommunikation/Medien
Daniela Wesenberg, Kunst
Kailang Yang, Kunst
Jo Zahn, Kunst

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