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SprachKunst at the Luisenhof, Art, Events and Languages

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SprachKunst at the Luisenhof set itself the target to bring together the different arts and combine this with earning a foreign language. This approach results from the personal vita of the founder Claudia Seider: She looks back on 30-years experience in mediating speech training and is a sculptress and painter and in addition also has a classical singing education.

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Not everybody of us is another Leonardo da Vinci with his unlimited genius. But the question arises: Is it possible to apply the principles by which Leonardo da Vinci lived and learn to apply these of every single one of us so that we can fully exploit our personal intelligence and creativity potential?
'YES!' We believe that Leonardo's example can be used to entice and develop further what already exists in us.
That is what we try to do with SprachKunst.
How do we do this?

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  • We created an artistic learning environment that exalts imagination. Because by now it has been scientifically proven that it is important to offer optical stimulation for the learning process.
  • Our teachers are native speakers or bilingual with a pedagogic and artistic education.
  • The respective exhibitions are being included into the lessons. For example, the beginner is being blindfolded and has to touch the gallery's sculptures. Then he names the particular body parts in the learned language.
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  • Right from the start, beginners take over the identity of a famous artist. For example, Irene Müller becomes the sculptress Camille Claudel. Behind this method is the pedagogical reason that Irene does not need to be ashamed to make mistakes because  Camille makes these mistakes. During her whole language training the student will also learn a lot about her name-giver. she will not only learn English, French, Spanish etc but also undertake a trip in to art history.
  • During the lessons playful exercises are being conducted to assist attention. For example: Every student draws the face of his neighbour but upside down and describes it in the studied language. This game is very funny but has the pedagogical background of learning to look closely.
  • Playful lessons to benefit creativity are being offered: The student creates spontaneously a tee-shirt for his imaginary company with logo and a snazzy slogan in the target language.
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    Experience shows that not only people who are interested in art want learn a language at SprachKunst. People who are drawn to this method often say of themselves: I have no clue about art! The reason for this is that it is scientifically proven that things learned are faster absorbed and last longer. In addition it is just more fun! And last but not least personal life is being enriched and has a positive effect on the working life. The more I perceive, be more alert and creative the more effective I can be in my working environment. Did we arouse your interest? Then please click onto this link:

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