MUSE International School Berlin promotes an innovative educational concept where creativity and collobaration with artists are integral parts of the school curriculum – a combination of the highly regarded IB (International Baccalaureate) programme and a diverse range of projects with local and international artists in residence.
The school is part of Nobel Education Network and will open its doors in September 2014.
Collaborating with artists from all disciplines
A key element of the school will be a variety of carefully selected international guests, local artists and creative entrepreneurs from the broadest range of disciplines, including visual and media arts, sculpture, painting, performing arts, music, photography, design and crafts. In close collaboration with the teachers, each artist in residency will initiate a range of different scale projects with the students throughout the year, both within the regular school curriculum and through actual artistic projects.
Specific talent support through arts approach
Nobel Schools are dedicated to support the individual talent of each child. Through the Arts we support and integrate those talents sometimes neglected in the academic sphere. We want young people to use their talents in positive ways and in any profession they wish to pursue, including, but not limited to, the Arts. Learners will be encouraged to use creative methods to become anything they want to be.
picture by jan von holleben