Calendar

Sunday
6/24
11 am
English Guided Tour with Sara Ibáñez O’Donnell
›Stadtansichten‹ // ›Crossing‹ // ›Wunschbilder‹

English Guided Tour with Sara Ibáñez O’Donnell, Culture and Public Engagement professional.

Thursday
6/28
4 pm
Guided Tour with Dr. Lukas Ley (Institute of Ethnology, University of Heidelberg)
We invite you to visit the current exhibitions with Dr. Ing. Lukas Ley.

 

Dr. Lukas Ley is a research assistant at the Institute of Ethnology at the University of Heidelberg. In his research, Lukas Ley deals with urban infrastructure and its influence on identity, future visions and concepts of belonging. His seminars revolve around urban anthropology, urban ethnography and human-environment relationships. In the current semester, he introduces ethnology students to the methods of urban ethnography using the example of the Heidelberg Bahnstadt.

 

 

Outside perspectives: In this series, actors from different fields share their perspectives on the exhibitions with you. The form – whether leadership or dialogue, dialogue or lecture – is chosen by the speakers themselves. We look forward to exciting personal insights and statements from our guests and inspiring discussions!

 
Sunday
7/1
11 am
Visita Guidata con Roberta Pfingsten
›Stadtansichten‹ // ›Crossing‹ // ›Wunschbilder‹

 

Visita Guidata con Roberta Pfingsten, Team HDKV.

Sunday
7/1
12 pm
English Workshop ›City Take-Over‹
Workshop with Sara Ibánez O’Donell

 

 

This workshop will explore the ways in which artists use the city as a canvas for critical work. From public interventions to trace­less works that intervene in the city’s soundscapes, the first part will consist on a presentation about site­ specific art in the city. During the second part, participants will explore the surroundings of the HDKV together and convey ideas for a potential future hacking project. This could be a collective or individual performance or a visual inter­ vention.

 

 

– Minimum 6 people
– Price: 5 Euro
– With Sara Ibánez O’Donell, Culture professional and Anica Skibba, art historian B.A.
– Sign up until 27.6. via 06221–184086 or vermittlung@hdkv.de

 

Wednesday
7/4
7 pm
Guided Tour with Angelika Fitz (Director, Architekturzentrum Wien / member of the board of trustees, IBA Heidelberg)
We invite you to visit the current exhibitions with Angelika Fitz

 

Angelika Fitz is director of the Architekturzentrum Wien and member of the board of trustees of the IBA Heidelberg. Previously, she worked as a cultural theorist and curator at the interfaces of architecture, urbanism and research. Many of their projects establish multi-year platforms for knowledge transfer and co-production. In 2003 and 2005 she was commissioner for the Austrian contribution to the Architecture Biennale Sao Paulo. Recently she curated u.a. the exhibitions >Realstadt< as well as the international platforms >We-Traders. Exchange crisis against city< and >Actopolis. The art of acting. At the Architekturzentrum Wien she was responsible for ao the exhibitions >Assemble. How we build< and >form follows paragraph<. Also international publication, lecture and advisory activities.

 

Outside perspectives: In this series, actors from different fields share their perspectives on the exhibitions with you. The form – whether leadership or dialogue, dialogue or lecture – is chosen by the speakers themselves. We look forward to exciting personal insights and statements from our guests and inspiring discussions!

Thursday
7/5
8 pm
Art Tour with Armin Schäfer (AAg Architects Heidelberg)
We invite you to visit the current exhibitions with Armin Schäfer

 

Armin Schäfer studied architecture at the TU Darmstadt. In 1995 he founded the AAg LoebnerSchäferWeber BDA in Heidelberg with Stefan Loebner and Stephan Weber. The most famous projects include the Raphael Church in Pforzheim and the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, the emergency apartments and the Peace Church in Heidelberg. Numerous awards, most recently as Special Mention in the Office category at the AIT Award 2016 for the Tankturm.

 

Outside perspectives: In this series, actors from different fields share their perspectives on the exhibitions with you. The form – whether leadership or dialogue, dialogue or lecture – is chosen by the speakers themselves. We look forward to exciting personal insights and statements from our guests and inspiring discussions!

Thursday
7/5
8 pm
Bar Blau and Guided Tour with Anica Skibba
Art / Drinks / Guided tours

 

The first Thursday of every month is set: Bar Blau at the Heidelberger Kunstverein.

 

The cafeteria becomes a bar and our crew conjures up fresh drinks:

Mojito, Moscow Mule, Margarita …………. but also non-alcoholic or beer and wine are on offer.

 

We meet for talks and a tour of the exhibition at 9 pm with Anica Skibba, art historian B.A.

 

Costs: regular 4 €, concessions 2 €, members free.

(Membership for students for only 12 € per year!)

Sunday
7/8
12 pm
Art Sunday: Open Day by Kunst Heidelberg

A Sunday full of art! On the 8th of July the members of Kunst Heidelberg, the local association of museums, galleries and art venues, invite you to a common art Sunday.

 

Get to know the protagonists of Heidelberg’s art landscape during guided tours through the current exhibitions, artist talks, coffee and sparkling wine.

 

From 12 to 8 o’clock

 

The program can be found at: www.kunstheidelberg.de

Sunday
7/8
1 pm
Cycling tour at Art Sunday

Do not feel like exploring the exhibitions alone?

Diana Frasek and Jasmin Meinold invite you to a bike tour. In addition to many new works, we are looking forward to discussions with artists and exhibition organizers at selected exhibition venues. Meals are provided.

 

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Meeting point: Foyer Kunstverein, 1 pm

Cost: 7 euros

Duration: 2.5 hours

Registration until 1.7. at vermittlung@hdkv.de

Please bring your own bike! Participation at your own responsibility.