2015 - 2019 ArtEZ University of the Arts, BA fashion design (graduated with honour)
2013/2014 orientation course KABK
2009-2015 Pre-university education
2007-2015 National Ballet academy Amsterdam

2023                 guest lecture ‘interdisciplinary work’, ArtEZ University of the arts, fashion design
2022-currect     assisting artist Marliz Frencken
2022-current     Platform agency
2020-2022        designer/ co-founder Elliot collective
2019/2020        Haider Ackermann, Antwerp, studio/development intership
2018                 Freya Dalsjo, Copenhagen, design internship

2023     The breast of Venus, surrealist performance dinner
             Britt Liberg x Nicklas Skovgaard, performance Copenhagen Fashion week 
             personal project in collaboration with photographer Elizaveta Pordina
             New Earth dance film, costume design, Pascal Johnson, Natasha Duursma, NL
             Document Journal, in collaboration with Liv Liberg, Lucia Pieroni, London, GB, performance

2022     The clash house, Maastricht, NL, design and performance
             Female View, Joseph Beuys museum Schloss Moyland, DE, performance
             Female View, Kunsthalle St. Annen Lubeck, DE, performance
             New Moves, Het Nationale Ballet, NL, costume design
             multiple times performing for shoots by Liv Liberg, Suffo Moncloa, Yannick Schuette

2021     Fashion Clash open mic, Maastricht, NL, design and performance
             Designblok Prague, Winners show, Prague, CH
             Act of Colour, Expo Bart, in collaboration with Jochem Rotteveel,

2020     Sister Sister, Liv Liberg, Art Paper Editions, supported by Mondriaan Fonds, lifelong performance
             Series One, pop-up Szalon Amsterdam, Amsterdam, NL (Elliot collective)

2021     Expo Bart, Nijmeegse Kunstnacht, in collaboration with Jochem Rotteveel, Nijmegen NL
             Mondriaan Fonds kunstenaar project


2023     I-D - ‘Nicklas looked to his own muse — the Amsterdam-based performance artist Britt Liberg — to give his latest collection new meaning.’
             Vogue - ‘The gamine Liberg gave the audiences flashes of burlesque, Weimar Berlin, and the Jazz Age actress Louise Brooks.
             Office Magazine - ‘Liberg’s nude silhouette paradoxically transformed her into the most attired presence in the room.’
             Financial Times - ‘former ballerina Britt Liberg, who put on and tore off his designs one by one while darting among mannequin and seducing the front row.’
             Fashion Forum - ‘performance artist Britt Liberg – was the only thing, from start to finish, present on the floor.’