Franziska Schreiber

Franziska Schreiber is a fashion designer and currently holds an endowed professorship for “body I fashion I digitality” at the Berlin University of the Arts. She has been working as a lecturer in fashion design in Berlin and Hannover for fifteen years at the last at Berlin University of Arts, the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle, the University of Applied Sciences Hannover, AMD Berlin amongst others. Following her studies in fashion design at the University of Applied Science Berlin (HTW) she founded the design collective „Pulver“, which successfully led the young German design scene in the first decade of the new millennium. Since then Franziska Schreiber has been working internationally as freelance consultant, designer and model maker for Stephan Schneider Antwerp, Costume National Milan, Reality Studio Berlin / Porto and Liebeskind Berlin amongst others. She is also an art director for static and performative fashion presentations, specializing in both concept and production of various show formats. In 2011 she was responsible for the concept development and curation of the Humanity in Fashion Award by Hess Natur, which she ran for a number of years. Current research interests include impacts of technology and digitality on fashion and the fashion design practice as well as fashion education: how we learn and teach fashion, where she has also published. Together with Dr. Renate Stauss, she has been co-curator and co-organiser of the international conference series "THE DIGITAL MULTILOGUE ON FASHION EDUCATION" since 2020 and founder of "FASHION IS A GREAT TEACHER - the fashion education podcast and platform". She also currently co-leads the Einstein Circle "fashioning education", an international research group funded by the Einstein Foundation on the social and societal constitutive potential of fashion.

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Berlin University of the Arts
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Prof. Valeska Schmidt-Thomsen
Prof. Franziska Schreiber
Dr. Renate Stauss

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Anastasia Almosova

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