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The Pop-up Institute, jointly conceived by Lily Martin and Kerstin Schoch, is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation as part of World Knowledge: Structural Support for ‘Rare Subjects’ (funding line 2: Science Communication). It is a collaborative project between the Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences and the HKS – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Ottersberg. It runs in Berlin since January 2021 with a duration of two years. The Pop-up Institute does science communication. Its goal is to reduce the stigma of mental illness with the means of Creative Arts Therapies.

Logo of the Pop-up Institute with the subtitle reducing stigma by means of Creative Arts Therapies

the stigma of mental illness

The Pop-up Institute, jointly conceived by Lily Martin and Kerstin Schoch, is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation as part of World Knowledge: Structural Support for ‘Rare Subjects’ (funding line 2: Science Communication). It is a collaborative project between the Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences and the HKS – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Ottersberg. It runs in Berlin since January 2021 with a duration of two years. The Pop-up Institute does science communication. Its goal is to reduce the stigma of mental illness with the means of Creative Arts Therapies.

the pop-up institute

The Pop-up Institute, jointly conceived by Lily Martin and Kerstin Schoch, is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation as part of World Knowledge: Structural Support for ‘Rare Subjects’ (funding line 2: Science Communication). It is a collaborative project between the Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences and the HKS – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Ottersberg. It runs in Berlin since January 2021 with a duration of two years. The Pop-up Institute does science communication. Its goal is to reduce the stigma of mental illness with the means of Creative Arts Therapies.

schizophrenia and creative arts therapies

The Pop-up Institute, jointly conceived by Lily Martin and Kerstin Schoch, is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation as part of World Knowledge: Structural Support for ‘Rare Subjects’ (funding line 2: Science Communication). It is a collaborative project between the Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences and the HKS – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Ottersberg. It runs in Berlin since January 2021 with a duration of two years. The Pop-up Institute does science communication. Its goal is to reduce the stigma of mental illness with the means of Creative Arts Therapies.

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portrait photography of Kerstin (left) and Lily (right)
Kerstin Schoch (left) and Lily Martin (right), Foto: Simon Reichel

contact

Lily Martin
Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences
Villestr. 3, 53347 Alfter, Germany
lily.martin@alanus.edu

Kerstin Schoch
HKS – University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Ottersberg
Große Str. 107, 28870 Ottersberg, Germany
kerstin.schoch@hks-ottersberg.de