We are artistic producers and dramaturges in the field of the performing arts and at STÜCKLIESEL we combine our diverse experience in the areas of art production, communication, mediation and research.
STÜCKLIESEL are participants of the Academy for Performing Arts Producer of the Bündnis internationaler Produktionshäuser e.V. and support the office of DFDK Hamburg. Since 2020 STÜCKLIESEL receives structural funding from Tanzpakt Stadt-Land-Bund ***Reconnect*** funded by the Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien as part of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR.Hilfsprogramm Tanz.
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Jessica is founder and managing director of STÜCKLIESEL. Her focus is on co-production, strategy, consulting and social media.
She studied Romance languages, ethnology and movement sciences in Hamburg and Tours and completed the artistic-scientific M.A. Performance Studies. She is further trained as systemic coach.
Pam is founder and managing director of STÜCKLIESEL. Her focus is on conception, strategy, mediation and visuals.
She studied dance/movement studies, sociology and Latin American studies, trained in Laban/Bartenieff and Dance Therapy (BTD) and is a trained graphic designer. Pam researches in the field of Aesthetic Philosophy in relation to performative phenomena. She is further trained as systemic coach.
Hark takes care of press and public relations at STÜCKLIESEL. He works in cultural production and press work, mainly in the music sector and for festivals.
Hark studied sociology and political science in Hamburg and Barcelona. After working as a media scientist for several years, he founded the queer-feminist booking agency EQ:booking and was managing director of Südpol in Hamburg. Hark is currently in charge of the press work for the Festival HAUPTSACHE FREI.
Kerstin / Kerse is cultural manager and production manager in the independent performing arts scene. At STÜCKLIESEL she takes care of production management and administration for the TANZPAKT Stadt–Land–Bund project TO GIVE–TO TAKE–TO NEED by Jenny Beyer. Currently she is also in charge for production management at the festival Hauptsache Frei.
When Kerse is not busy creating colorful and complex excel sheets or preaching work boundaries in the performing arts, she’s an Awareness activist. Kerse advises cultural event planners on discrimination and sexualized violence at events and does feminist educational work.
As a freelancer with a focus on project assistance, PR and writing, Julia is both a creative and administrative member of the STÜCKLIESEL team.
She studied Applied Media and Literature in Hamburg and gained practical experience during numerous assistant directorships at permanent theatres and in the independent scene in Hamburg, Berlin and Switzerland. Since April 2020, Julia has been studying scenic writing at the Berlin University of the Arts and is active as an author in her own projects.
Photos (c) Bente Stachowske, Sophie Menzinger