Cultural Splint #39
In the current cultural splint you will find news and events from the art and culture scene. Have fun reading!
Stein am Rhein also taking part in the Hegau-Schaffhausen Museum Night
The Museum Night Hegau – Schaffhausen will take place this Saturday, 15 September for the first time in Stein am Rhein. In the Bürgerasyl, Museum Lindwurm, Kulturhaus Stein am Rhein as well as in the Künstlerresidenz Chretzeturm you can take part this year in cultural-historical and artistic performances in addition to the locations in Hegau-Schaffhausen from 6 pm. 100 institutions from German and Swiss communities will take part in the Hegau-Schaffhausen Museum Night.
Guided tour for those in a hurry in the Fembohaus City Museum
Art historian Andreas Puchta presents the new exhibition hall in the Stadtmuseum Fembohaus during a one-hour guided tour. The guided tour “For the Urgent Guest: Crown on Herring” will take place on Tuesday, 18 September at 4 pm. The new presentation of Nuremberg’s history under the title “Krone – Macht – Geschichte” (Crown – Power – History) was designed in such a way that even hurried guests can become real Nuremberg experts in 30 minutes. The series “Stadt-Geschichten” (“City Stories”) forms the framework for this guided tour as a mediation offer for connoisseurs, art lovers and Nuremberg fans. The art historian and theologian Andreas Puchta M.A. illuminates the Nuremberg
history on the basis of selected exhibits and invites you to discover these
with a new perspective and a deeper look.
Participation costs 3 Euro in addition to the museum entrance fee of 6 Euro,
reduced 1,50 Euro.
Festival for Music and Literature – DOUBLE FACE
The DOUBLE FACE festival will take place on 28 and 29 September on the Kulturgut Haus Nottbeck, the Museum of Westphalian Literature. The festival for music and literature starts on both days at 6:30 pm. You can look forward to a selection of artists who will be equally celebrated by the music press and the feuilleton. The artists use several forms of expression at the same time for their performances. As the title of the festival suggests, the artists have two faces. On the one hand they make music in various constellations or alone, on the other they are writers. The unusually varied programme of the two-day festival promises a unique experience that you shouldn’t miss! Day tickets or 2-day tickets can be purchased and a bus transfer from Oelde station will be arranged. Further information can be found here www.kulturgut-nottbeck.de.
Lecture on the Emperor of the Second German Empire
The Otto von Bismarck Foundation cordially invites you to an evening lecture on Thursday, 20 September. Speaker Frank Sterckenburgh PhD (University of Warwick) will give a lecture on the first emperor of the Second German Empire at 7:30 pm. The lecture “Wilhelm I. and the War of 1870-1871” deals with the emperor in the context of the Franco-German War. Otto von Bismarck described him as “[…] a gentleman translated into the royal language, a nobleman in the best sense of the word, […] a just, benevolent king and an honest officer”. Further information can be found at www.bismarck-stiftung.de.
New acoustic experience in the Tucherschloss Museum
From Sunday, 16 September, you can discover a new acoustic museum experience in the Tucherschloss Museum. The “Wondrous Changes” offer on the open-air grounds of the museum invites visitors to explore “clouds of sound and words” in various places in the courtyard and garden. The experience was developed by the Poetisches Theater Nürnberg under the direction of Michael Lösel in cooperation with the media scientist and artist Michael Markert of the Bauhaus University Weimar.