The team behind the Garage Campus
The participatory development of the Garage Campus within the context of the Capital of Culture Chemnitz 2025 is coordinated by a core team consisting of employees of the City of Chemnitz, CVAG, Age of Artists gGmbH and the Straßenbahnfreunde Chemnitz e.V.
Dirk Dobiéy is co-founder of the research and consulting firm Age of ArtistsFor the European Capital of Culture Chemnitz 2025, he coordinates the strategic and conceptual evolution of the Garage-Campus.
Head of Cultural Operations of the City of Chemnitz
Project Officer of the City of Chemnitz for Capital of Culture 2025
Business Unit Manager Technical Service, CVAG
Ulf Kallscheidt was part of the application team for the European Capital of Culture Chemnitz 2025 and works as project coordinator in the Office of the Lord Mayor, Staff Office European Capital of Culture Chemnitz 2025
Claudia Großkopp is the managing director of the Chemnitz Tram Museum and is responsible for the further development of the museum as part of the Garagen-Campus intervention area. She also provides on-site support for the development process of the Garage Campus with regard to the intervention area of the European Capital of Culture Chemnitz 2025.
Tina is an event manager, cultural scientist and culture & media educator. Since her first visit to a European Capital of Culture in 2009, the subject has become her passion. She works at Age of Artists and, as project coordinator, accompanies the development process of the Garage Campus into an intervention space for the European Capital of Culture Chemnitz 2025.
Public Relations Officer, CVAG
Stefan Tschök worked in communications at CVAG until he left. He has been supporting the application and implementation for the Capital of Culture process since 2016. He is firmly rooted in the city’s cultural scene and regularly enters the market with new books.
Dipl.-Ing. Architect, Frida Architects
Employees at FRIDA Architects