The weekly Urban Art Kids Podcast with Astrid Baßler will guide you through discussions with international artists from the immediate vicinity of the Urban Art Kids Gallery in Berlin – Charlottenburg. Our focus is on art for and with children. Among other things, the artists tell us how they became artists in the first place, why they like to work with children or their favorite places of art in Berlin.

The podcast interviews are available in German, English or Spanish, depending on the artist.”


WHEN: 1x weekly
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PODCAST No.23 Oso, Watercolor & Crowdfunding I Lujon Cordaro at Urban Art Kids


In the current English podcast, the Argentinian artist Lujon Cordaro presents her latest book project “Oso”. In the spring, Lu returned to Berlin shortly before the lockdown…

PODCAST No.22 Digital Photography as Art I Erkan Dörtoluk at Urban Art Kids


After the summer break we welcome you back to the Urban Art Kids Podcast. In the current podcast we talk to Erkan Dörtoluk, who lives and works as a freelance photographer, social media…

PODCAST No.21 Illustration, Ice and Identity I Larissa Bertonasco at Urban Art Kids


Welcome to our conversation with Larissa Bertonasco, illustrator and artist. We talk to her about the time of the lockdown and the many plans and ideas that have developed from it. Be…

PODCAST No.19 Lecturer, Home Schooling & Artist in the Times of Corona I Ciao Coyote at Urban Art Kids


In recent weeks, Alisa Margolis has come to know different facets of the lockdown. Among other things, she works as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences International Berlin…

PODCAST No.18 Rethinking Art by Corona I Anna Cheese at Urban Art Kids


The artist Anna Käse greatly appreciated the direct contact with her customers/buyers at art fairs and of course finds it a pity that these do not take place at the moment because of the…

PODCAST No.17 Illustration & Art in the Times of Corona I Lujan Cordaro at Urban Art Kids


When the Argentinian illustrator Lujon Cordaro and her husband returned from a 9-month sabbatical in Canada & South America in March, they immediately went into quarantine. Why she…