Organisations (in addition to collaboration partners) who we distribute information about upcoming events, calls and news from, are:

The content of our website has been compiled with meticulous care and to the best of our knowledge. However, we cannot assume any liability for the up-to-dateness, completeness or accuracy of the content provided to us by (for more information please click on the logos):

SYRIA.ART – Association pour la Promotion de l’Art Contemporain Syrien seeks to provide a diverse, open overview of the Syrian art scene and its talented Syrian artists, and to shed light on the dynamism currently characterising Contemporary Syrian Art in Syria, France, Europe and the rest of the world.

SYRIA.ART seeks to promote Contemporary Syrian Art, artists, ideas and works, while also encouraging artistic exchange and dialogue between cultures. SYRIA.ART is deliberately apolitical, highlights art, artistic creations and beauty, and pays tribute to Syrian art and the creativity and talent of Syrian artists. It is all part of a philanthropic initiative advocating the values of interartistic and intercultural dialogue.

contact:
asso.syria.art@hotmail.com

 

Damascus String Quintet (DSQ) of SEPO is the first Syrian string quintet, their members from SEPO (Syrian Expat Philharmonic Orchestra). Founded in 2015 in Berlin. DSQ performs works by Syrian composers beside the classical music. DSQ is also interested to perform the Syrian, Arabic, oriental heritage music along with the contemporary music.

contact Raed Jasbeh

The Syrian Expat Philharmonic Orchestra (SEPO) is the first Symphony Orchestra for the Syrian professional and academic musicians who live in European Union countries and diaspora as a ”Syrian Exile Orchestra”. Founded in September 2015 in Germany, trying the best to collect the Syrian musicians together whatever ideological differences to trying save the Syrian music faced with the big cultural and civilizational destruction in Syria now, this is what we can do at this phase, unite our efforts to make a great music and something beautiful in this life.

contact Raed Jasbeh

Berlin University of the Arts is one of the biggest, most diversified and traditional universities of the arts in the world. The teaching offered at the colleges of Fine Arts, Architecture, Media and Design, Music, and Performing Arts, as well as at the Central Institute for Continuing Education/ Berlin Career College encompasses the full spectrum of the arts and related academic studies in more than 70 courses. Having the right to confer doctorates and post-doctoral qualifications, Berlin University of the Arts is also one of the few art colleges in Germany with full university status. What few people know, however, is that art and music teachers also train at Berlin University of the Arts, which is the only university in Berlin and Brandenburg where the subjects can be studied with a teaching career in mind.

 

Also UdK Berlin is establishing many projects for newcomers. On this website all of them are listed, but unfortunately only in German: https://www.udk-berlin.de/universitaet/engagement-fuer-gefluechtete/

The Frankfurter Kunstverein was founded in 1829 and is one of the oldest and most respected art associations (Kunstvereine) in Germany. The goal of the Frankfurter Kunstverein is thus to foster enthusiasm for the emerging art of today and to show how contemporary art can influence how we perceive and imagine our world.

Contact: post@fkv.de

The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) was established in 2007 by local cultural lobbyists as an independent initiative that funds individuals and organizations in the fields of cinema, performing arts, literature, music and visual arts while facilitating cultural exchange, research and cooperation across the Arab world and globally.

Contact form on webpage: http://www.arabculturefund.org/contact/index.php

KW Institute for Contemporary Art

KW Institute for Contemporary Art is a place for the production and presentation of contemporary art, where the pressing questions of our time can be openly formulated and discussed. It is a center for the introduction of recent developments in national and international contemporary culture, and for further development, working together with artists and institutions, and commissioning new work. As an institution for contemporary art without a collection of its own, but also without the specific mandate of a member-based art association, KW has a high degree of flexibility in creating its programs and addressing its audience. It is a resource both for the people who make active use of it, and for those who participate in it as visitors.
The building complex in Berlin’s centre includes exhibition halls, function rooms, offices, and a café, alongside apartments and studios, and provides a space for encounters and exchanges.

KW Institute for Contemporary Art – KUNST-WERKE BERLIN e.V. / Auguststraße 69 / 10117 Berlin

Website: http://www.kw-berlin.de/en/ (in English and German)

Mona Jas

mj@kw-berlin.de

At the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, we see it as our responsibility to promote, support and accompany the development and production of the performing arts in a contemporary context. Our program shows current works by independent artists and collectives from the fields of dance, theater and performance, as well as selected positions from the visual arts and music.

Contact: info@mousonturm.de

In keeping with its main objective, the Allianz Kulturstiftung supports broadly conceived educational and cultural projects, which benefit the European integration process and encourage the development of a European identity. An important target group for the foundation’s work is the new generation of scholars and artists for whom the foundation has developed a series of exchange and encounter-related projects.

Contact: kulturstiftung@allianz.de

Vivace is a syrian intiative which provides children in Germany with music classes in Violin and Cello, visit Cultural events and museums together and offers theater and puppet classes at Kunstwerke in Berlin.

Contact: dima.b.kalaji@gmail.com

Facebook: facebook.com/vivaceculturegroup

DOX BOX is coordinating round-tables during the GOETHE INSTITUTE DAMASKUS in EXILE series of events. The round-tables are aimed at documentary filmmakers and professionals in exile in Berlin and Germany where 4 themes are addressed: Editing Documentary, Producing in Germany, Working as an independent director, Mapping of The German Film Festivals. Round-tables are coordinated by Marion Schmidt from DOX BOX and each subject is covered by highly experienced expert from Germany and Syria.

DOX BOX is a non-profit association established in Berlin in 2014 to support and empower the documentary film community from the Arab World. The association is a heir to DOX BOX independent documentary film festival that ran in Syria till 2011.  DOX BOX is a very untraditional support organisation

Since its establishment, DOX BOX offers a variety of support schemes

including the RESIDENCY for finishing editing aimed at specific countries and film-projects. DOX BOX has recently launched the e-learning modules with the first e-course on film rights aimed at specific countries and level of expertise

under the title WHY RIGHTS MATTER

. DOX BOX is currently preparing to launch its schemes to supporting exile filmmakers in Germany and beyond. The first event of which is the round-tables that run on the 30th of October 2016 from 2-4 pm as part of and in collaboration with the GOETHE INSTITUTE DAMASKUS in EXILE.

 

تنظم مؤسسة دوكس بوكس في برلين و الداعمة للسينما التسجيلية والوثائقية في العالم العربي عدداً من الطاولات المستديرة التعريفية ضمن فعاليات “دمشق في المنفي” من معهد غوته.  تتوجه الطاولات المستديرة لصناع ونشطاء السينما الوثائقية في المهجر في برلين وألمانيا وتدور حول مواضيع محددة هي: المونتاج الوثائقي، الإنتاج في ألمانيا، العمل كمخرجين مستقلين في ألمانيا، وخريطة المهرجانات السينمائية الوثائقية في ألمانيا. تقوم بإعداد وتسيير الطاولات ماريون شميدت من دوكس بوكس ويدير كل طاولة عدد من الخبراء الألمان والسوريين.

مؤسسة دوكس بوكس أنشأت في برلين عام ٢٠١٤ لتدعم السينمائيين التسجيلين من العالم العربي خلفاً لمهرجان أيام سينما الواقع دوكس بوكس الذي أقيم بشكل مستقل في سورية حتى عام ٢٠١١. تهدف المؤسسة والتي تبتعد عن التقليدية في تقديم الدعم منذ تأسيسها بتقديم دعم محدد الشكل والهدف. منذ إنطلاقها قدمت المؤسسة عدد من برامج الدعم مثل الإقامة وهي مخصصة لإنهاء المونتاج لمشاريع الأفلام الوثائقية التي تستخدم الأرشيف، بينما أطلقت المؤسسة نموذجاً للتعليم الافتراضي هذا العام من خلال أولى الدورات الإلكترونية تحت عنوان “أهمية الحقوق” والمخصصة لعدد معين من البلدان العربية ولمستوى محدد من الخبرة لكنها ستتبع بدورات الكترونية اخرى. تحضر مؤسسة دوكس بوكس لإطلاق برامج لدعم السينمائيين التسجيلين في المنفى حيث تعد الطاولات المستديرة التي تنظمها ضمن فعاليات “دمشق في المنفى” أول إخراجات المؤسسة في هذا الصدد.  موعد الطاولات المستديرة في ٣٠ اوكتوبر (تشرين الأول) ما بين الساعة ٢-٤ ظهراً في مكتب “دمشق في المنفى” في شارع روزنتاله برلين.

 

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Home Workspace Program 2018-19
Ashkal Alwan is pleased to announce the open call for application to participate in the eighth edition of Home Workspace Program (HWP), taking place in Beirut from October 8th, 2018 through July 22nd, 2019.
HWP is a 10-month study program that enrolls 10-15 fellows every year. The program is open to artists and writers aiming to develop their formal, theoretical and critical skills. Each fellow is granted a merit-based scholarship and a shared studio space. Some of the program’s lectures, seminars, and workshops are open free of charge to non-enrolled participants.
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🔺Application deadline: March 5th, 2018⚠️ OPEN CALL ⚠️
Home Workspace Program 2018-19

Ashkal Alwan is pleased to announce the open call for application to participate in the eighth edition of Home Workspace Program (HWP), taking place in Beirut from October 8th, 2018 through July 22nd, 2019.

HWP is a 10-month study program that enrolls 10-15 fellows every year. The program is open to artists and writers aiming to develop their formal, theoretical and critical skills. Each fellow is granted a merit-based scholarship and a shared studio space. Some of the program’s lectures, seminars, and workshops are open free of charge to non-enrolled participants.

▪️For more information: bit.ly/2D99BOh
▪️To apply: bit.ly/2mb7zWD

🔺Application deadline: March 5th, 2018
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⚠️ OPEN CALL ⚠️
Home Workspace Program 2018-19
Ashkal Alwan is pleased to announce the open call for application to participate in the eighth edition of Home Workspace Program (HWP), taking place in Beirut from October 8th, 2018 through July 22nd, 2019.
HWP is a 10-month study program that enrolls 10-15 fellows every year. The program is open to artists and writers aiming to develop their formal, theoretical and critical skills. Each fellow is granted a merit-based scholarship and a shared studio space. Some of the program’s lectures, seminars, and workshops are open free of charge to non-enrolled participants.
▪️For more information: http://bit.ly/2D99BOh
▪️To apply: http://bit.ly/2mb7zWD
🔺Application deadline: March 5th, 2018

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Sara Nabil, Razan Sabbagh, Lara Ziyad - FLAX is sending congratulations - enjoy tonight and lots of success!

Where ART you from?Jan 20, 6:00pmGalerie Berlin - BakuSAVE THE DATE!!!
23/1 – 3/3/2018 with extensive event programm - stay tuned!
für Deutsch bitte nach unten scrollen

Painting l Photography l Performance l Reading l and more
with Aatifi, Ali Kanaan, Emad Korkis, Sara Nabil, Razan Sabbagh, Lara Ziyad
Curators: Jessica Fritz, Julia König, Anna Mohrdiek

The exhibition deals with the question of how artists of other origin process their arrival in Germany within their artwork. This topic allows manifold individual interpretations, consequently many artistic answers can be seen: Does the term express a state or a feeling? Is it perceived as a component or as an obstacle to one's own creative process? And above all, how and where is it shown within art?

The concept of the exhibition has been developed together with the curators, the artists and the gallery manager. This participatory approach, unusual for a group exhibition, culminated into a two-day workshop at the gallery at the end of October 2017, during which all participants exchanged views on the selection of artwork, their placement and possible curatorial connections.

The visitors are also invited to participate in the dialogue - during their visit of the exhibition as well as within the context of the accompanying event programme. Because the concept of arrival is shaped by expectations and assumptions connected with different meanings - depending on whether you look at it from the perspective of the "one who arrived" or the so called "majority of society".

An important part of the exhibition are the biographies without any documentary claim: The artists themselves have decided what they want to convey and how they integrate this artistically. This additional perspective on both the artwork and their creators makes it clear that life story and artwork cannot be separated.

Aatifi
Educated in Afghanistan the master of calligraphy has developed an independent language of forms by using fragments of Arabic characters. While studying Art in Kabul and Dresden he began to combine classical calligraphic styles with elements of modern art to abstract contemporary art. Herewith he laid the foundation for a universal imagery. His artwork is shown in exhibitions domestically and internationally, including a highly acclaimed solo exhibition at the Pergamon Museum in Berlin (2015). Aatifi lives in Bielefeld.
-> www.aatifi.de

Ali Kanaan
The artist has been working as a freelance photographer for several years, and his main interest lies in documentary photography. With the series "Refugee for lifetime" he shows people and life situations from the refugee camp El Buss in Lebanon, where he was born. Besides the aesthetic statement of the photos there is also always a political, because with his artwork he wants to draw attention on the situation in El Buss and their inhabitants. Kanaan lives in Berlin.
-> www.kanaanberlin.com

Emad Korkis
The Wiesbaden-based artist studied painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus – inter alia with Safwan Dahoul, who shaped a new art movement of Arab Modernism. Korkis' arrival in Germany in 2008 was a momentous experience for him and, as he says, equally a source for new inspirational power. In the exhibition, this can been seen through three of his artwork, each reflecting a different phase of his new life.
-> www.emadkorkis.com

Sara Nabil
At the age of 14, Sara Nabil exhibited her artwork in the exhibition "Make Art not War" - the first exhibition for female artists in Kabul, which also traveled to Germany. In her homeland, the 22-year-old brought herself do to her artwork in mortal danger and had to flee. The central statements of her installations are above all politically and socially motivated. In Germany, the artist has already participated in numerous exhibitions. Nabil lives in Wiesbaden.

Razan Sabbagh
Since arriving in Germany in 2013, Sabbagh's artwork is influenced by the situation in her home country. The artwork of the artist - paintings, installations, performances – are telling about and showing her everyday life here in Germany and also her memories of Syria, they are talking about opposing feelings and experiences like silence and war noise, security and fear, life and death. Sabbagh exhibits internationally and lives in Hamburg.
-> www.razansabbagh.com

Lara Ziyad
Being born and raised in Riyadh as the daughter of Palestinian parents means for Lara Ziyad that political conflicts have determined her life from day one of her birth. The artist worked as an architect for 15 years and is currently studying art at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Her eclectic work includes collages, land art, video installations and photographs. It is about identity, the politicization of the female body and its cultural background. Ziyad lives in Berlin.

Exhibition accompanying programme please visit www.galeriebb.de/EN/gallery_berlin_baku_news/375/Where_ART_you_from.htm

Guided tour through the exhibition half an hour before each event, dialogical guidance on request.

In cooperation with GIG and Supported by Karin und Uwe Hollweg Stiftung

DEUTSCH
23/1 – 3/3/2018 mit umfassendem Rahmenprogramm - stay tuned!
Malerei l Fotografie l Installation l Performance l Lesung l und mehr
mit Aatifi, Ali Kanaan, Emad Korkis, Sara Nabil, Razan Sabbagh, Lara Ziyad
Kuratorinnen: Jessica Fritz, Julia König, Anna Mohrdiek

Die Ausstellung beschäftigt sich mit der Frage, wie Künstler*innen anderer Herkunft ihr Ankommen in Deutschland in ihrem Werk verarbeiten. Das Thema lässt mannigfache individuelle Interpretationen zu, und so sind vielfältige künstlerische Antworten zu sehen: Drückt der Begriff einen Zustand oder ein Gefühl aus? Wird er als Bestandteil oder als Hindernis für den eigenen kreativen Schaffensprozess wahrgenommen? Und vor allem: Wie und wo zeigt er sich in der Kunst?

Das Konzept haben die Kuratorinnen gemeinsam mit den Künstler*innen und der Galeristin weiterentwickelt. Diese partizipative, für eine Gruppenausstellung ungewöhnliche Vorgehensweise mündete Ende Oktober 2017 in einen zweitägigen Workshop in der Galerie, in dessen Rahmen sich alle Beteiligten über die Auswahl der Werke, deren Platzierung und mögliche kuratorische Verbindungen zwischen ihnen austauschten.

Auch die Gäste sind eingeladen, sich am Dialog zu beteiligen – während des Besuchs der Ausstellung genauso wie im Rahmen des Begleitprogramms. Denn der Begriff des Ankommens ist von Erwartungen und Annahmen geprägt und mit unterschiedlichen Bedeutungen aufgeladen – je nachdem ob man ihn aus Sicht der „Ankommenden“ oder der „Mehrheitsgesellschaft“ betrachtet.

Einen wichtigen Teil der Ausstellung bilden die Biografien, die keinerlei dokumentarischen Anspruch verfolgen: Die Künstler*innen haben selbst entschieden, was sie vermitteln möchten und wie sie dies künstlerisch integrieren. Diese zusätzliche Perspektive sowohl auf die Werke als auch auf deren Schöpfer*innen verdeutlichen, dass sich Lebensgeschichte und Werk nicht voneinander trennen lassen.

Aatifi
Der in Afghanistan ausgebildete Meisterkalligraf hat durch die Verwendung von Fragmenten arabischer Zeichen eine eigenständige Formensprache entwickelt. Mit seinem Studium der Malerei in Kabul und Dresden begann er, die klassischen kalligrafischen Stile mit Elementen moderner Malerei zu abstrakter zeitgenössischer Kunst zu verbinden. Damit legte er das Fundament für eine universelle Bildsprache. Seine Werke werden in Ausstellungen im In- und Ausland gezeigt, darunter eine viel beachtete Einzelausstellung im Pergamonmuseum in Berlin (2015). Aatifi lebt in Bielefeld.
-> www.aatifi.de

Ali Kanaan
Der Künstler arbeitet seit mehreren Jahren als freier Fotograf, sein großes Interesse gilt der Dokumentarfotografie. Mit der Serie „Flüchtling auf Lebenszeit“ zeigt er Menschen und Lebenssituationen aus dem Flüchtlingscamp El Buss im Libanon, in dem er selbst geboren wurde. Neben der ästhetischen Aussage der Fotos steht bei ihm immer auch eine politische, denn er möchte mit seinen Arbeiten auf die Situation in El Buss und die dort lebenden Menschen aufmerksam machen. Kanaan lebt in Berlin.
-> www.kanaanberlin.com

Emad Korkis
Der in Wiesbaden lebende Künstler studierte Malerei an der Fakultät der Schönen Künste in Damaskus – unter anderem bei Safwan Dahoul, der eine neue Kunstrichtung der arabischen Moderne prägte. Korkis’ Ankommen in Deutschland im Jahr 2008 war für ihn ein einschneidendes Erlebnis und, wie er selbst sagt, gleichermaßen Anlass wie Quelle für neue inspirative Kraft. In der Ausstellung zeigt sich sich dies durch drei seiner Werke, die jeweils eine andere Phase seines neuen Lebens wiederspiegeln.
-> www.emadkorkis.com

Sara Nabil
Bereits mit 14 Jahren zeigte Sara Nabil ihre Werke in der Ausstellung „Make Art not War“ – der ersten Ausstellung für Künstlerinnen in Kabul, die auch nach Deutschland wanderte. In ihrer Heimat brachte sich die 22-Jährige mit ihrer Kunst in Lebensgefahr und musste flüchten. Die zentralen Inhalte ihrer Installationen sind vor allem politisch und sozial motiviert. In Deutschland hat die Künstlerin bereits an zahlreichen Ausstellungen teilgenommen. Nabil lebt in Wiesbaden.

Razan Sabbagh
Seit ihrer Ankunft in Deutschland im Jahr 2013 ist Sabbaghs Kunst von der Situation in ihrem Heimatland beeinflusst. Die Arbeiten der Künstlerin – Malereien, Installationen, Performances – erzählen von ihrem Alltag in Deutschland und ihren Erinnerungen an Syrien, von gegensätzlichen Gefühlen und Erlebnissen wie Stille und Kriegslärm, Sicherheit und Angst, Leben und Tod. Sabbagh stellt international aus und lebt in Hamburg.
-> www.razansabbagh.com

Lara Ziyad
In Riad als Tochter palästinensischer Eltern geboren und aufgewachsen zu sein, bedeutet für Lara Ziyad, dass politische Konflikte von Geburt an ihr Leben bestimmt haben. Die Künstlerin arbeitete 15 Jahre als Architektin und studiert zurzeit Kunst an der Universität der Künste in Berlin. Ihr vielseitiges Werk beinhaltet Collagen, Land-Art, Video-Installationen und Fotografien. Es handelt von Identität, der Politisierung des weiblichen Körpers und ihrem kulturellen Background. Ziyad lebt in Berlin.

Begleitprogramm zur Ausstellung auf www.galeriebb.de/Galerie_Berlin_Baku_News/376/Where_ART_you_from.htm

Führung durch die Ausstellung 30 Minuten vor jeder Veranstaltung, dialogische Führungen auf Anfrage.


Eine Kooperation mit GIG und Gefördert von Karin und Uwe Hollweg Stiftung
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Come to this show, amazing FLAX member Diana Kadah is playing in Iphigenie at Volksbühne Berlin.

IphigenieJan 12, 7:30pmVolksbühne BerlinMohammad Al Attar, Omar Abusaada:
Iphigenie

Schauspiel / Drama
Arabisch mit deutschen und englischen Übertiteln / Arabic with German and English surtitles
Nach Motiven von Euripides / Based on Euripidean motifs

DE:
Zusammen mit dem syrischen Schriftsteller Mohammad Al Attar und Regisseur Omar Abusaada produziert die Volksbühne ein Theaterstück, das die Erfahrungen des Krieges verdichtet. Und zeigt, was es bedeutet, sie auszuhalten. Basis für die Stückentwicklung sind die Erfahrungen junger syrischer Frauen, die heute in Berlin leben und nun auf der Bühne stehen werden. Nach der großen Resonanz auf die Uraufführung im Tempelhofer Hangar wechselt die Aufführung ins Große Haus am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz.

www.volksbuehne.berlin/de/programm/27/iphigenie

EN:
Together with Syrian writer Mohammad Al Attar and director Omar Abusaada, Volksbühne is producing a play that condenses the experience of war, and shows what it means to withstand it. The piece is based on experiences of young Syrian women who are now living in Berlin. They themselves will perform on stage. After the acclaimed premiere in the Tempelhof Hangar, the play is now coming to the main stage of Volksbühne at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz.

Foto: Gianmarco Bresadola
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Das könnte alle neu angekommenen Künstlerinnen und Künstler interessieren: Open Academy for Visual Arts, organisiert von Flax in Kooperation mit dem Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) und der Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts)Open Academy for Visual Arts

In cooperation with the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC) and the Akademie der Künste (Academy of Arts)

Date: 25-28 May 2017
Place: Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg 1, Berlin

In cooperation with the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture (AFAC), the Akademie der Künste Berlin, and the artists Katharina Grosse and Nasan Tur, FLAX invites visual artists newly arrived in Germany (during the past 5 years), to participate in a four-day workshp, intended as an Open Academy that will include lectures, panel discussions, workshops with established artists and experts from the art world (gallerists, museum directors and representatives of cultural institutions from Europe and the MENA region) and networking opportunities, covering a number of questions that newly arrived artists have to grapple with. In addition, the program will include visits to galleries, off-spaces.

Due to limited capacity, only 50 artists will be invited to attend. 20 are pre-reserved for participants from the previous workshop organized by FLAX in 2016.
Artists interested in participating are expected to send a short CV and a portfolio (website, photographs (in jpeg) or a document in pdf) to the following email address: germanculturenews@gmail.com no later than April 30th.

The selection will be overseen by a jury, and the process will take into consideration the works submitted and the applicant’s regions of origin. 75% of participants will be selected from MENA region, and 25% from the rest of the world. Age will not be a consideration.

Travel and accommodation costs for selected participants residing outside Berlin will be covered by the Open Academy’s organizers.
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Heute Abend um 19 Uhr im Studio am Hanseatenweg: Das transnationale Theaterprojekt „MALALAI – Die afghanische Jungfrau von Orléans“ nach Friedrich Schiller mit französischen, afghanischen, deutschen und israelischen Schauspielerinnen und Schauspielern – Es gibt noch Tickets!
Mehr: www.adk.de/de/programm/?we_objectID=57943
Kartenreservierung unter (030) 200 57-1000 oder ticket@adk.de

Wer heute Abend keine Zeit hat: Eine weitere Vorstellung gibt es am Sonntag (21.1.), ebenfalls um 19 Uhr!

(Bild: MALALAI, 2017, Aufführung des Deutschen Nationaltheaters Weimar, im Maschinensaal des E-Werks Weimar, Foto © Annette Hauschild)
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Heute Abend um 19 Uhr im Studio am Hanseatenweg: Das transnationale Theaterprojekt „MALALAI – Die afghanische Jungfrau von Orléans“ nach Friedrich Schiller mit französischen, afghanischen, deutschen und israelischen Schauspielerinnen und Schauspielern – Es gibt noch Tickets! 
Mehr: https://www.adk.de/de/programm/?we_objectID=57943
Kartenreservierung unter (030) 200 57-1000 oder ticket@adk.de

Wer heute Abend keine Zeit hat: Eine weitere Vorstellung gibt es am Sonntag (21.1.), ebenfalls um 19 Uhr!

(Bild: MALALAI, 2017, Aufführung des Deutschen Nationaltheaters Weimar, im Maschinensaal des E-Werks Weimar, Foto © Annette Hauschild)

Diesen Sonntag (21.1.) gibt es wieder eine Führung durch unsere #benjaminbrecht-Ausstellung! Los geht es um 12 Uhr, die Tickets kosten 3 Euro zzgl. Ausstellungsticket. Informationen zur Ausstellung gibt es unter: www.adk.de/benjamin-brecht

(Bild: Bertolt Brecht und Walter Benjamin spielen Schach, 1934, Skovsbostrand/Dänemark, Foto: unbekannt, © Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Bertolt-Brecht-Archiv)
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Diesen Sonntag (21.1.) gibt es wieder eine Führung durch unsere #benjaminbrecht-Ausstellung! Los geht es um 12 Uhr, die Tickets kosten 3 Euro zzgl. Ausstellungsticket. Informationen zur Ausstellung gibt es unter: www.adk.de/benjamin-brecht

(Bild: Bertolt Brecht und Walter Benjamin spielen Schach, 1934, Skovsbostrand/Dänemark, Foto: unbekannt, © Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Bertolt-Brecht-Archiv)
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