Bettina Dittlmann

1964 Born in Passau
1983–1986 Trains as a silversmith at the State Professional School for Glass and Jewelry, Neugablonz
1987–1989 Studies under Professor Hermann Jünger at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, class for jewelry and implements
1989–1991 Studies under Professor Jamie Bennett and Professor Fred Woell at the State
University of New York, New Paltz, N.Y., metal works; Master of Arts
1991–1994 Studies under Professor Otto Künzli at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich, class for jewelry and utensils; Diplom
1994–1996 Workshop in Brooklyn, New York
1996 Workshop in Munich
1996–1999 Academic Assistant to Professor Otto Künzli at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich
Since 1998 "Fürimmerringe" (foreverrings), in cooperation with Michael Jank
1998/99 Workshop with Michael Jank at the Hospital of the Brothers of Mercy, Munich
1999/2000 Guest professorship at the University of Oregon at Eugene, Ore.
Workshop in Springfield, Ore.
2001–2003 Workshop in Berlin
2003–2007 Workshop in Wald
Since 2007 Workshop in Breitenbach
   
 

Awards

1994 Sponsorship Prize for Applied Art of the State Capital of Munich
1999 Stipend of the Prince Regent Luitpold Foundation
2001 Herbert Hofmann Prize
2003 Prize of the State of Berlin
2005 and 2009 Bavarian State Prize
   
 

Works in Public Collections

  Muzeum Českého ráje, Turnov
  SUNY New Paltz Foundation
  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  Victoria and Albert Museum, London