Siemens Arts Program – Cultural Education

Experience, explore and benefit from culture and the arts

Cultural Education - intercultural dialogue

We enable individuals in our own company and beyond to be enriched by participation in the creative process. The program gives interested employees an insight into different art forms, thus fostering cultural and intercultural dialog - and also beyond the work environment. There are, for instance, regular outreach events in leading cultural institutions with curators, artists and collectors.

The Siemens Arts Program, in partnership with prestigious arts organizations and artists, also offers a unique development program for high potentials and future managers - SCENE (Siemens Cultural Empowerment for New Executives). Intensive engagement with artistic and cultural creatives and the associated development of cultural and intercultural competence is one of the keys to cultivating an innovation mindset within management.


Linking creativity


Beren Fidan inspires in the castle Bellevue

The great interest in foreign-language songs brought Beren Fidan to the opera.


At the age of 19 she began her studies as an opera singer. In 2018 she won the Siemens Opera Contest in Turkey. In the same year she completed her studies as top and high honour student at the Dilek Sabancı State Conservatory. Since 2017 she has been working with the soloist of the Ankara State Opera, Görkem Ezgi Yildirim.


In August, Beren Fidan was given the opportunity to present excerpts from the international opera repertoire at the Bürgerfest of German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Bellevue Castle.


The Siemens Arts Program will follow Beren Beren's career with great interest. 

Other projects

Art for (w)all

With the support of art experts from Siemens' cultural partners, the Siemens Arts Program offered a unique photo project for employees at the new Siemens headquarters. The colleagues at the Munich Headquarters captured images of everyday things that they hold dear and that motivate them daily. The teams then entered into a creative process of collaboration with the Siemens Arts Program.


More than 45 teams took part, and submitted over 400 photographs. A jury of experts assessed the pictures and selected the best. These are being displayed since May 2017 at the office walls of the new Siemens headquarters.