“The summer school was a lifetime opportunity for me to sail and get to know sea life. It was an enriching and challenging experience at the same time. It’s not always easy to find a common ground when you don’t know each other so well and are living 2 weeks together on a boat. It showed me once again that communication and compassion is key for a good understanding. When talking about Europe I feel we also need to keep that in mind.”Caroline Froelich
Caroline Froelich is a cultural worker currently living in Hannover. She studied Material Culture: Textile and Gender Studies at the Carl von Ossietzky University in Oldenburg for her Bachelors with semesters abroad in Spain and Chile. She then continued to study the Erasmus Mundus Master Euroculture in Bilbao, Spain and Strasbourg, France.
In 2016 she moved to Berlin and worked with various independent theatre groups, including Simone Dede Ayivi & Kompliz*innen and Swoosh Lieu. During this time Caroline was involved in several cultural projects in Berlin and also worked as a facilitator for global learning seminars.
In 2018 she moved to Hannover to work for Festival Theaterformen – initially as assistant to the management and now as assistant to the artistic director. In Hannover she has also been active in community building projects.