Our authors in alphabetical order
- Studied art history, classical archaeology and journalism in Münster and Cologne
- Doctorate 1988 at the University of Münster under Prof. Anton Legner, former director of the Museum Schnütgen, Cologne
- Research assistant at the Institute for Art History at the University of Münster
- Since 2002 press and public relations work for exhibitions and projects at the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam
- Freelance scientific activity
- Member of the Association of German Art Historians
In addition, Pisarek is an appointed committee member and board member of various folkloric and cultural organizations, such as the Commission for Narrative Research of the German Society for Folklore (dgv), the Cultural Council of Thuringia or the Thuringian Association for Folklore.
She is currently coordinating the narrative and publication project “Handwerk erzählt – Zwischen Tradition und Zukunft” (“Craftsmanship narrates – Between Tradition and Future”) at Rohnstock Biographien and works as a museum educator at Schloss Wespenstein.
With her professional expertise in legend research, Pisarek researches, writes and edits for the folkloristic and artistic project Forgotten Creatures, which this year publishes a book on familiar spirits as well as a suitable travelling exhibition.
In 2009 he began studying guitar at the Hochschule für Musik FRANZ LISZT Weimar in the class of Prof. Thomas Müller- Pering. His diploma concert was given the highest grade (1.0). In Weimar he received his first lute lessons from Björn Colell. During his studies Bernhard Reichel attended numerous master classes with Paul O`Dette, Jürgen Hübscher, Luciano Contini, Andrea Damiani, Simon Linné, Hopkinson Smith and Luca Pianca. From 2013 to 2016 he studied lute with Prof. Joachim Held at the Akademie für Alte Musik, Bremen.
Studied Latin and German language and literature in Eichstätt and Regensburg, then research assistant at the Chair of Medieval Latin Philology at the Catholic University of Eichstätt
1996-2009 secondary school teacher
2009-2017 Parliamentary group spokesperson in the Bavarian State Parliament
since 2018 free author
During her studies of an engineering science it became a valuable balance and an integral part of her life. Since then she attended writing seminars to refine her craft. She has also successfully accompanied several projects as a test reader. Her stories reach into many areas and varieties of fantasy and science fiction. In recent years, she has also become increasingly involved with the classics and the origins of modern fantasy and science fiction as well as philosophical works.
She also loves to travel and explore new places, which is why she is always to be found at the one or other con or book fair.
Since 2011 she is Artistic Director of the “Candlelight Concerts” in Erlangen (Germany) and since 2014 of the “Concerts in the Circle of the Year” in Hof (Germany).
Well over 50 works have been composed for her or for her chamber music ensembles in the past years. One of the highlights is “Vom Himmel hoch… – a project in which composers all over the world look at Advent and Christmas carols in a new way, vary or develop them further. A first volume of this collection has been published by “Canticus” in Hamburg, the second will follow soon. Also available at “Canticus” is a cd of the same name.
Anja Weinberger lives with her family in Erlangen, Franconia.
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