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Nicole Heinzel

Nicole Heinzel, MA

Doctoral candidate

On leave from April 2017 to April 2018


Nicole Heinzel received her MA from LMU Munich, where she studied art history, art education and computer science. From 2005 to the end of her studies in 2009 she worked at the Institut of Art History of LMU Munich. In 2002/03 she studied with Prof. Salim Obralic at the Academy of Visual Arts in Sarajevo (BiH). Her master’s thesis deals with the reception of “Bauhaus pedagogy” in scholastic art education programs during the 1950s and 1960s in the Federal Republic of Germany.

After her studies from 2010 to 2014 she worked in public relations, publications and as an archival assistant at the Bavarian Office of Non-State Museums. Since 2015 she serves the visitors of the special exhibition "Welcome to the anthropocene. The world in our hands" in the Deutsches Museum Munich and works as professional city guide.

Marketing, Social Media und Co. - Basisinformationen zum „Webkauderwelsch“ und warum Wirtschaft und Internet für Kunst- und Kulturbetriebe interessant sein können, in: Landesstelle für die nichtstaatlichen Museen beim Bayerischen Landesamt für Denkmalpflege (Hrsg.): Museum heute 40. Fakten – Tendenzen – Hilfen, München 2011

Dissertation project: Environmental and Social Responsibility in Product Design: A Comparative Study of HfG Ulm and Bauhaus  (pdf, 15 KB)