SA/VS faculty, alumni, students showcase work in international festival

48 hours of Neukölln is an international arts festival that invites hundreds of artists from Germany and around the world to exhibit work in spaces around the Berlin district of Neukölln, an area settled by Bohemians from Czechoslovakia in the 1800s.

Like many events and programs, 48 hours of Neukölln had to pivot from an on-site art encounter to a virtual exhibition. Featured in this year’s event, among the over 200 participating international artists, are faculty and graduate students from the University of Kentucky’s school of Art / Visual Studies. The main festival page can be found here:

As group of ten in total, we each created an online gallery using the German company Kunstmatrix 3D online gallery platform.  Here is a list of artists participating and their galleries:  

The 2D Galleries:

Virtual zoom tours of these galleries will be held during the following times. Register for a tour here.

  • June 19, Friday:  1pm - 3 pm
  • June 20, Saturday: 6 am - 10am 
  • June 20, Saturday: 12 pm - 4 pm