Deutsche Version
Der Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft fördert seit 1951 Kunst und Kultur und setzt sich für eine Gesellschaft ein, in der Kultur als unverzichtbare Ressource verstanden wird.
Der Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft fördert Künstler in den Sparten Architektur, Bildende Kunst, Darstellende Kunst, Literatur und Musik und bietet seinen Mitgliedsunternehmen Service und Beratung in den Bereichen Kultursponsoring, Corporate Collecting, kulturelle Bildung und auswärtige Kultur.
Zu den Mitgliedern des Kulturkreises der deutschen Wirtschaft zählen die bedeutendsten deutschen Unternehmen.
Hier finden Sie aktuelle Ankündigungen und Veranstaltungshinweise des Kulturkreises.
Hier finden Sie Pressemitteilungen und Dossiers des Kulturkreises.
About us
Program areas
Members
Press
Architecture Committee
Literature Committee
Fine Arts Committee
Music Committee
AKS – Working Group for Arts Sponsorship
ACC - Working Group for Corporate Collecting
AKB – Working Group for Cultural Education
AKA – Working Group for Cultural Tasks Abroad
CSR and CCR
Arts Sponsorship Award
Cultural Policy

Working Group for Cultural Education (AKB) 

Art and culture are the foundation of our society. To preserve it and further it, it is essential that economic decision makers are art proficient. Out of this conviction the Arbeitskreis Kulturelle Bildung (AKB) / Working Group for Cultural Education originated the Bronnbacher Stipendium, which, in conjunction with the University of Mannheim and the Ruhr-University Bochum, is offered predominantly to students of law and economics. The direction and objective of the stipend are developed by members of the Kulturkreis along with representatives of the University of Mannheim and the Ruhr-University Bochum, and with curators and art advisers.
The Working Group offers affiliated businesses the opportunity to get in touch with those with high potential early in their careers.

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The Kulturkreis offers, moreover, a unique program for continuing education for those with high potential at companies, called The Cultural Executive Education Program (CEEP). In customized two day working groups, young business leaders can expand their perspective through the teaching of art and culture and receive impulses for creative action at their companies.