Collaborative Creativity - REALIZING YOUR IDEAS

IF YOU ARE

  • an artist
  • an architect
  • a designer
  • a public art professional
  • enthusiastic about art in general

IF YOU HAVE

  • a vision of incorporating any aspects of art into daily life
  • artistic ideas, but don’t know how to bring them to life

IF YOU NEED

  • assistance during the whole process of first planning to final fabrication
  • curatorial services    

YOU MAY LOOK FOR COLLABORATIVE CREATIVITY

YOUR PARTNER AT ALL STAGES OF YOUR CREATIVE PROJECT

WE ARE EXPERIENCED IN

  • Inspecting conditions at the project site, drawings, design concepts, etc.
  • developing individual fabrication concepts

 

  • producing cost evaluation of different design concepts
  • providing wording for tender documents
  • Identifying potential fabricators 
  • preparing and coordinating sample fabrication
  • quality control during production
  • assisting your project with marketing tools    

 


WHO WE ARE

Collaborative Creativity is a vibrant network of art, design, and business professionals built on a shared passion for public art and architecture. We have created this network with one main goal in mind: to deliver the best talent there is to realize creative ideas in public art and architecture.

 

Collaborative Creativity is the vision of Michael Härteis. During his 16 years of international experience, he had the chance to engage on all aspects of a creative project. Michael Härteis started his career with a 3-year-long apprentice program in art glass. He holds a BA in Design and is a graduate of the MA Design Management Course at Birmingham City University, UK. In 2015 he launched Germany-based Kunst verorten to assist private corporations and public institutions in selecting and commissioning works of art. Additionally, Michael lectures at the Akademie für Gestaltung und Design in Munich. 

 

In 2017 Susanne Tarraf joined Collaborative Creativity. Susanne holds two MAs both in Economics and in Fine Arts. For about seven years, she worked at several Galleries in New York City before she came to Munich in 2002. The following years, Susanne gained great experience through managing fabrication of international public art projects exploiting her skills in economics and fine art.