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Christine Scholl

Engineering Department

 Christine Scholl | Hof University of Applies Sciences

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Hochschule Hof
Alfons-Goppel-Platz 1
95028 Hof


Campus Münchberg | Building Y | Room Y208

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Digital Imaging

Task area

Computer Aided Design _ Digital Textile Systems / Jacquard Weaving


Graduate designer Christine Scholl has been working as a lecturer for special tasks at Hof University of Applied Sciences / Münchberg Campus since 2010. Her teaching area for the Textile Design course is in the field of digital image processing and textile CAD systems for jacquard weaving.

The focus of her work at the university is teaching efficient work processes on various textile-specific computer systems.
The students acquire the ability to optimize and implement their own designs with the help of computer-aided design and finally realize them on the university's Jacquard Weaving Machines. This makes the teaching very practical and gives the prospective textile designers the opportunity to get to know the work processes of the industry during their studies.

In the 3rd and 4th semesters, you will acquire the ability to optimize your own designs with the help of Computer Aided Design, plan your own fabric constructions and apply the appropriate weaving technique. Various Jacquard and dobby weaving machines as well as an extensive range of yarn materials are available for the realization of your projects.

This course gives you a very practical insight into the technique of Jacquard weaving. You will learn the differences between various
fabric qualities and have the opportunity to familiarize yourself with the industry's work processes during your studies.

In the 1st and 2nd semester of the textile design course, you will learn how to use the Adobe Creative Suite. Using the programs Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, you will learn how to optimize digital photographs, work with vector graphics and create digital presentations of your own projects.

With a focus on textile design-specific content, the course provides a solid foundation for digital work in the further course of your studies.

2024 City of Hof | Department of Culture                        
Participation in the redesign of the large meeting room of Hof Town Hall    
Color concept and jacquard implementation of the textile art objects

2022 Souvenir Concept Store | Hof                            
Development and realization of the textiles for the store according to the specifications of the interior designer of the project

2020 Diakonie Hochfranken                            
Supervision of students in the design of poster designs for advertising purposes for the women's emergency hotline Hof | Teaching concept in the Digital Image Processing module

2019 Ernst Feiler GmbH Hohenberg | Company cooperation            
Supervision of students in the development of chenille designs for the
Ernst Feiler GmbH collection | Teaching concept in the Digital Textile Systems module

2020 - 2023 Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin | annual realization of student works of the KHS Berlin on the jacquard looms of the Hof University of Applied Sciences | Münchberg Campus

2022 Elisabetta Goltermann | Master's graduate of the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin | realization of her jacquard fabrics for the master's thesis on the jacquard looms of the Hof University of Applied Sciences | Münchberg campus

2019 Achinoam Alon | Graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg | Development and realization of the jacquard fabrics for the solo exhibition May Day at the Lemoyne Project | Zurich (CH)

2017 Fab Lab Berlin | Feel Flight | a holistic service concept for improved well-being on long-haul flights
Support in the development and realization of a prototype

2016 Remi Veldhoven | Graduate of the Willem de Kooning Academie | Rotterdam (NLD) | Works both ways | Development and realization of experimental jacquard fabrics