The five most-read Zett articles in 2022
Once again this year, the university magazine Zett has portrayed students and lecturers and presented their exciting projects and work. From new roles and self-acceptance, to a pianist and a principal, to young filmmakers – the following articles from 2022 were of particular interest to Zett readers.
Receiving fresh impetus and reinventing his own role: the Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Strategic Design is inspiring Uli Gröber to make his over ninety-year-old family business fit for the future.
Filipe Portugal ended his dancing career at the age of 42 and decided to focus on choreography. Part of this transition is his enrolment in the Master Dance in Choreography.
“I feel like a kid in a candy store”: Carter Muller discovers something fascinating in every classical piece. Curiosity is the driving force for the Dutch-American pianist.
In March 2022, Karin Mairitsch was elected president of ZHdK. The education and culture manager will take office on 1 October 2022. In this interview, she reveals what connects her to Zurich, what the future of ZHdK might look like, and what she wishes most for students.
A Swiss “Tatort” episode produces around 38 tons of CO2. That’s more than eight Swiss citizens release into the atmosphere every year. Young film-makers like Leon Schwitter and Tobias Luchsinger are raising awareness around this pressing issue through ecological productions, questioning the status quo.