Cultural Collisions brings together different disciplines and different people, diversity takes place at all levels, but the goal is the big picture.

The internationally tested, interdisciplinary art and science education format gives pupils access to the world of science and technology. They approach complex topics through artistic exploration. This promotes early inspiration for their later choice of studies. 

The diversity of technology and the associated job profiles, which are constantly changing with great dynamism, are often difficult for young people to grasp. Outdated role models and persistent stereotypes still deter young women. 

Cultural Collisions enables a new approach through a creative approach to directly experience the perspective of "technician as a profession". In addition to highlighting career options, this also helps to counteract the lack of young people in STEM professions.


Society faces the following challenges: 

  • shortage of young people in STEM professions 
  • Outdated role models and stereotypes
  • low number of female students in technical and scientific studies

We counteract these with the Cultural Collisions project by inspiring students to study STEM subjects and motivating them to break through stereotypes. In this way, we improve the image of technical professions and master the challenges of the future with suitable skilled personnel. The artistic and creative engagement with scientific topics creates interdisciplinary competences that are urgently needed in almost all fields in the 21st century.

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Cultural Collisions!

Target group

Aimed at teachers and their classes with pupils between 12 and 14 years of age. 

Focus on climate change

The content is dedicated to climate change. Among them are the following focal topics: 

  • Cities / Buildings
  • Energy
  • Mobility
  • Production / Technologies
  • Resources / Materials

Sponsors and donors

We would like to thank our sponsors and donors who make such a project possible.