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Wissenschaft / Colloquia
UNESCO - World Heritage
Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 06:00
Syria possesses a cultural heritage of exceptional richness. Since 2011, this heritage has been seriously affected by conflict in the country, with important monuments, including those registered on UNESCO World Heritage List, facing destruction. Many archaeological sites have been raided and looted by armed groups, aiming for the illegal export of these archaeological objects and artefacts, and their illicit trafficking on international markets.
Since 2011, UNESCO was entrusted with the ...
Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 07:00
The World Heritage Centre is organizing, in collaboration with its partners, a travelling exhibition entitled "African World Heritage: a pathway for development”, which will be displayed on the railings of UNESCO Headquarters in Paris from 12 to 31 May 2016 and will then be disseminated worldwide in digital format.
The primary objective of this initiative is to raise awareness among State Parties and the general public on the importance of African heritage for the continent's ...
Montag, 18.4.2016, 07:00
Every year on 18 April, ICOMOS celebrates the "International Day for Monuments and Sites”, whose establishment was approved by the 22nd UNESCO General Conference in 1983.
ICOMOS wishes to dedicate the 2016 International Day for Monuments and Sites to the heritage of sports, since sports have developed from the origin of humankind onwards and have left testimonies to the diversity of installations and facilities related to their practice, many of them bearing values related to the ...
Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 06:00
On 12 and 13 March, four checkpoints in the central sector of the Virunga National Park World Heritage site located in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (RDC), were attacked by rebel groups during a series of violent clashes. The RDC Armed Forces came to the rescue of the guards of the Congolese Institute for Nature Conservation (ICCN) to restore security to the area. Two ICCN guards were killed in the attacks.
In the afternoon of Sunday, 13 March 2016, several gunmen opened fire in the ...
Sonntag, 10.7.2016, 07:00
Freitag, 25.3.2016, 06:00
"I welcome the liberation of the Palmyra archeological site, martyr city inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, which carries the memory of the Syrian people, and the values of cultural diversity, tolerance and openness that have made this region a cradle of civilization," said the Director General of UNESCO.

"For one year, Palmyra has been a symbol of the cultural cleansing plaguing the Middle East. The dynamiting and pillage of its treasures, to break an entire ...
Freitag, 11.3.2016, 06:00
On 8 March the Director of the World Heritage Centre, Mechtild Rossler, met with Sneška Mihailović, Secretary General of Europa Nostra to discuss cooperation between the two organizations. Emphasis was placed on heritage sites under threat and the complementary role of NGOs and civil society in safeguarding World Heritage worldwide.
Europe Nostra is a citizens' movement for the safeguarding of Europe's cultural and natural heritage, with a pan-European network ...
Dienstag, 19.4.2016, 07:00
The 2016 Lumbini International Steering Committee Meeting will take place from 19 to 21 April 2016 in Lumbini and will be opened by the Director-General of UNESCO as part of her first official visit to Nepal.
In January 2015, a very first cross-cutting Lumbini International Steering Committee (ISC) Meeting was jointly organized in Lumbini by the Nepali authorities and UNESCO, bringing together high-level officials of the Nepali Government, representatives of the local authorities, ...
Montag, 18.4.2016, 07:00
The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, condemns the destruction of the two historic gates of Mesqa and Adad, and parts of the old ramparts of the archaeological site of Nineveh (Mosul).
"I condemn the destruction of the gates of Mesqa and Addad, which are new crimes in a long list of attacks against the cultural heritage of Iraq, after the destruction of the winged bull of the Nergal gate, and the destruction at  the Mosul Museum in 2015. These deliberate destructions are a ...
Montag, 18.7.2016, 07:00
BASEhabitat, the partener of UNESCO Chair of Earthen Architecture, is a Studio within the Department Architecture at the University of Art and Design in Linz. The Summer School 2016 on modern earthen architecture and bamboo constrcutions will take place in Austria from 18th July - 1st August 2016.For more details on the progamme and application of the summer school, please visit here.
Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 07:00
In the context of the ongoing destruction and rapidly evolving situation of World Heritage sites in the Syrian Arab Republic, UNESCO held several information meetings in April to assess the situation and discuss the way forward.
During an information meeting for all Member States held on 4 April at UNESCO Headquarters, Director-General Irina Bokova recalled the need for a global approach and the role of UNESCO as a universal platform for ensuring coordination among all ...
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016, 07:00
On their return from a technical rapid assessment mission to the Palmyra yesterday, UNESCO's experts presented their preliminary findings regarding damages to the Syrian Arab Republic World Heritage site.
Headed by the Director of UNESCO's World Heritage Centre, the mission, from 24 to 26 April inspected both Palmyra's museum and archaeological site. The mission was escorted by United Nations security forces.                
They took ...
Donnerstag, 7.4.2016, 07:00
On 18 February 2016, the participants in the first Thematic Expert Consultation meeting on sustainable management of World Heritage properties of Religious Interest focused on South-Eastern and Mediterranean Europe successfully adopted the Conclusions and Recommendations of the meeting.
From 16 to 18 February 2016, thanks to the support of Bulgaria, a cycle of Regional Thematic Consultations on sustainable management of the World Heritage properties of religious interest was launched at ...
Samstag, 10.9.2016, 07:00
The Institute of Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University Kyoto, Japan is organizing the 11th International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage in Japan from 10 to 26 September 2016 under the UNESCO Chair Programme on Cultural Heritage and Risk Management, in cooperation with UNESCO, ICCROM, ICOMOS/ICORP.
Climate change is increasing the frequency of disasters caused by hydro-meteorological events such as heavy rainfall, flash ...
Donnerstag, 3.3.2016, 15:30
Procurement notice: consultancy contract to provide technical assistance to Albanian authorities in the elaboration of a management plan or other documented management system to be part of the nomination file for the extension of the existing World Heritage property "Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Ohrid Region” in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
As a partner in the implementation of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural ...
Montag, 23.5.2016, 23:00
#culturecannotwait: Many different types of professionals respond to an unfolding crisis.
This course provides strategies for interlocking culture specialists with humanitarian specialists during an emergency situation and aims to unify these sometimes conflicting perspectives. The course imparts practical skills and knowledge for taking simple measures to secure and stabilize endangered cultural heritage during a complex emergency situation, which in turn can become a driver for peace and ...
Dienstag, 31.5.2016, 07:00
Safeguarding African World Heritage as a Driver for Sustainable Development
International Conference (31 May- 3 June 2016)

Ngorongoro Conservation Area (United Republic of Tanzania) © OUR PLACE The World Heritage Collection/ Chris Morton

The international conference " Safeguarding African World Heritage as a Driver of Sustainable Development" co-organized by UNESCO World Heritage Centre, United Republic of Tanzania and the People's Republic of China will be held ...
Montag, 7.3.2016, 06:00
Another year of supporting our future heritage leaders
The National Trust for Canada is now accepting applications for the Herb Stovel Scholarship Fund. Students studying built heritage and young professionals working in the field are invited to apply by May 27, 2016 for project bursaries or National Trust Conference attendance in 2016 or 2017. To view the Terms & Conditions and to learn about the application process, click here.
Types of Support: 

Project bursaries up to ...
Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 06:00
Today, more than 30% of World Heritage marine sites struggle with unsustainable fisheries. Addressing this challenge has been a core focus of the World Heritage Marine Programme for years, supporting sites around the world in developing capacity like technology-assisted surveillance, and community education and monitoring programs. However, until now, a comprehensive analysis of the impacts of unsustainable and illegal fisheries on the Outstanding Universal Value of World Heritage ...
Dienstag, 26.4.2016, 07:00
Following years of preparation, the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park received an "in principle” approval as a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA) from the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) last week. The endorsement is a major breakthrough in securing protection from the impacts of international shipping for the World Heritage site and a substantial step toward preventing future ship groundings.
The proposed associated ...
Montag, 21.3.2016, 06:00
As requested by the World Heritage Committee at its 39th session in 2015 (Bonn, Germany), a joint Reactive Monitoring Mission involving the UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) will take place from 22 to 28 March 2016 to assess the overall state of conservation of the property.
The mission will focus on issues that could seriously threaten its Outstanding Universal Value, and especially the planned development of a coal-fired thermal ...
Montag, 11.4.2016, 07:00
The Director General of UNESCO took part in a High Level event on the protection of cultural heritage organized by the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research complex, in Washington DC. She presented UNESCO's role and work in the protection of heritage, both tangible and intangible, in times of conflict, calling for increased cooperation and coordination between all the stakeholders involved.
"Conflicts are changing shape today, with the rise of ...
Freitag, 29.4.2016, 07:00
Building materials company CEMEX has committed to staying out of World Heritage sites and to building awareness of the need to protect them, following a collaboration with UNESCO's World Heritage Centre and IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature.
The commitment, confirmed in the firm's 2015 Sustainable Development Report issued this week, is in line with the globally accepted principle that listed sites are off limits for the extractive industry.
It states: ...
Donnerstag, 3.3.2016, 15:30
Procurement notice: consultancy contract to provide technical assistance to Albanian authorities in the elaboration of a management plan or other documented management system to be part of the nomination file for the extension of the existing World Heritage property "Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Ohrid Region” in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
As a partner in the implementation of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural ...
Dienstag, 8.3.2016, 06:00
2015 saw countries across the world agree on the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
For UNESCO, these are a single agenda for advancing human rights and dignity, for eradicating poverty, for protecting the planet.
Promoting gender equality stands at the heart of this agenda, as a basic human right and a transformational force for more just, inclusive and sustainable development. This is why the theme for the 2016 International ...
Mittwoch, 6.4.2016, 07:00
Mechtild Rössler, Director of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, acknowledges the great efforts of those engaged for World Heritage protection, and calls for civil society as a whole to increase its commitment to protecting World Heritage sites. World Heritage is humankind's common heritage, and the responsibility for its conservation is shared by everyone.  
The World Heritage Centre values the support of NGOs such as WWF, which in its latest report ‘Protecting People ...
Sonntag, 17.4.2016, 07:00
Saying that culture bears the soul of the Nepalese people, UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova launched a new project for the rehabilitation of the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site with the Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Mr Ananda Prasad Pokharel, upon her arrival in Kathmandu today.
The three-year project is the result of a partnership agreement with Hainan Province Cihang Foundation (Peoples' Republic of China) that places priority on the recovery and ...
Montag, 7.3.2016, 06:00
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It is increasingly recognized that culture has an essential role to play as a driver of sustainable development, contributing to the eradication of poverty and enhancing social inclusion. Culture helps to define people's identities and determines the way they shape their future. Gender equality, which is a UNESCO priority, refers to the roles and responsibilities of men and women and gender dynamics within families, societies and cultures.
In many respects, UNESCO World Heritage ...
Freitag, 18.3.2016, 06:00
The Minister of Culture from the Republic of Moldova, Ms Monica Babuc, visited the World Heritage Centre on 17 March 2016 to discuss with the Director, Ms Mechtild Rössler, and her colleagues collaboration on identifying, protecting and transmitting heritage from her country. The topic of economic benefits from sustainable tourism development for local communities was also covered.
Currently the Republic of Moldova has only one World Heritage site, the Struve Geodetic Arc, ...
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 07:00
This forum will address young people and seek to provide a sustainable platform for youth in Africa that could increase the involvement of youth in the promotion and protection of World Heritage in Africa, and also deliver essential feedback to UNESCO, the World Heritage Committee and the African World Heritage Fund (AWHF) on youth challenges, accomplishments and actions related to the implementation of the World Heritage Convention in the region. It responds to the interest expressed by ...
Samstag, 16.4.2016, 07:00
The 199th session of UNESCO Executive Board unanimously adopted a decision regarding UNESCO's role in "safeguarding and preservation Palmyra and other Syrian world heritage sites”, decision supported by the Russian Federation, South Africa, Germany, Belarus, Brazil, China, the United States, France, Greece, India, Italy, Lebanon, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Palau, Great Britain and Northern Ireland. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0024/002443/244379e.pdf
This decision calls for ...
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016, 07:00
The Collaborative and Integrated Management of Protected and Heritage Landscapes Training, which is part of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Ohrid region” will take place on 31 March – 1 April 2016 in the Lin Peninsula, Albania.
Management of the potential extension of the World Heritage property "Natural and Cultural Heritage in the Ohrid region” in Albania and the overlapping Pogradec Protected ...
Dienstag, 19.4.2016, 07:00
As requested by the World Heritage Committee at its 39th session in 2015 (Bonn, Germany), a joint World Heritage Centre and ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites) Reactive Monitoring mission will be undertaken during 19-23 April 2016 to assess the overall state of conservation of the property, including factors that constitute a serious threat to the property, and provide advice for the completion of the management plan, as well as for further developing and prioritizing ...
Mittwoch, 29.6.2016, 07:00
World Heritage Youth Forum 2016
At the Crossroads of Multi-Layered Heritage

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As part of the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee and in the framework of the UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme, the Turkish National Commission for UNESCO and the Istanbul Site Management Directorate are organizing the World Heritage Youth Forum 2016: "At the Crossroads of Multi-Layered Heritage” from 29 June to 12 July 2016. 
Young ...
Dienstag, 8.3.2016, 06:00
Even before the World Heritage Convention of 1972, American historic preservationists understood their work in a worldwide context.
Just over fifty years ago the Rains Committee traveled through 8 European countries to study their historic preservation programs. Many of the best ideas they found were enshrined in the 1966 National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA).
On the 50th anniversary of the NHPA, we ask "What can and should U.S. preservation law and federal programs look like for ...
Dienstag, 26.4.2016, 07:00
During the Cultural Atlas Workshop, which will take place on 26 April 2016 in Thimphu, Bhutan, the Royal University of Bhutan and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre will be introducing the very first Bhutan Cultural Atlas Brochure.
The team of experts that collaborated on the Bhutan Cultural Atlas was composed of representatives of the Institute of Language and Culture Studies of the Royal University of Bhutan and the CNRS (France), with support from the Government of Bhutan, particularly ...
Mittwoch, 20.4.2016, 07:00
From Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova commended international efforts to combine safeguarding with the balanced development of a spiritual site that represents a universal message of peace, on 19 April 2016.
Preceded by Buddhist chanting, Ms Bokova welcomed members of the International Scientific Committee for the Conservation and Management of Lumbini, a World Heritage Site since 1997. The Committee is composed of international experts in ...
Sonntag, 27.3.2016, 07:00
Following the liberation of Palmyra, the Director-General of UNESCO, Ms Irina Bokova, discussed with HE Mr Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, during a telephone conversation on 27 March 2016, the protection and preservation of the cultural heritage of Palmyra.
"I stand ready to send a UNESCO emergency assessment experts' mission‎ to map the damages at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Palmyra", declared Irina Bokova.
President Putin informed the ...
Sonntag, 27.3.2016, 07:00
A regional meeting for strengthning the role of local communities in the management and conservation of World Heritage sites in the Arab States will be held at the Banc d'Arguin National Park (PNBA) in Mauritania from 27 to 29 March 2016.The meeting will be organized by the World Heritage Centre and the UNESCO Office for Maghreb in Rabat, in collaboration with the PNBA.
Within the framework of the implementation of the Global Strategy of the World Heritage Convention ...
Freitag, 29.4.2016, 07:00
The first Anglophone African Heritage Regional Youth Forum opened today on Robben Island World Heritage site in South Africa. The forum will take place from 29 April until 4 May. This first-of-its-kind forum is co-organized by the African World Heritage Fund (AWHF), the Robben Island Museum (RIM) and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre with support from the Government of South Africa and the African Union in the framework of the UNESCO World Heritage Education Programme. The event is also ...
Dienstag, 12.4.2016, 07:00
A regional workshop for strengthening the role of local communities in the management and conservation of World Heritage sites was held from March 27 to 29, 2016 in Mauritania. Organized by the World Heritage Centre and the UNESCO Office for the Maghreb in collaboration with the Banc d'Arguin National Park, this workshop has emphasized the importance of local communities as a major player in the conservation and management of World Heritage in a sustainable development perspective for ...
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016, 07:00
Held once every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress brings together several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, business, and academia, with the goal of conserving the environment and harnessing the solutions nature offers to global challenges.
The Congress aims to improve how we manage our natural environment for human, social and economic development, but this cannot be achieved by conservationists alone. The IUCN Congress ...
Montag, 11.7.2016, 07:00
Terra 2016 is the twelfth in a series of international events organised since 1972, bringing together academics, professionals and experts, and a broad audience around earthen architectures. 
The 2016 edition will focus mainly on issues dealing with sustainable development, particularly in urban areas. This event will gather more than 800 participants from the fields of heritage conservation, archaeology, architecture and urban planning, engineering, social sciences, as well as fields ...
Montag, 25.4.2016, 07:00
UNESCO has sent a Rapid Assessment Mission to the world Heritage site of Palmyra (Arab Syrian Republic), led by the Director of the World Heritage Centre, from 24 to 26 April 2016.
The objective of the mission is to assess the overall state of conservation of Palmyra and identify the emergency safeguarding measures, including drafting a damage assessment of the site and the museum. The mission will also draw preliminary terms of reference and modalities for coordinated actions of the ...
Eurozine Articles
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Drawing on affinities between Eurozine's publishing activities and the European Cultural Foundation's Connected Action for the Commons programme, we launch a new focal point exploring the prospects for a commons where cultural and social activists meet with a broader public to create new ways of living together.
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Throughout Europe, parliamentary politics has become increasingly intertwined with the politics of street protest, writes Mateusz Falkowski. And as recent events in Poland and Hungary show, a new dynamic of protest has emerged from the clash in central and eastern Europe between populist and liberal visions of democracy.
Dienstag, 19.4.2016
In January 2016, the Institute for Contemporary History in Munich published a new critical edition of "Mein Kampf", containing around 3,500 annotations. Patrick Bahners reports on the highly controversial debate surrounding the publication of a work banned by the Allies in 1945.
Mittwoch, 23.3.2016
The unholy alliance of bureaucracy and race, a pernicious legacy of imperialism, is very much alive today. So says Vlasta Jalusic, who urges reflection on the implications of this for a world system in which both Africa and Europe are marked by genocides of the none-too-distant past.
Montag, 2.5.2016
The system currently known as the European Union is the embodiment of post-democracy, says Ulrike Guérot. The solution: to turn Europe on its head. For the Europe of tomorrow is a European Republic, the embodiment of a transnational community. [Polish version added]
Mittwoch, 23.3.2016
Literature on the South Caucasus tends to overindulge in diagnoses made from afar and the ritual repetition of conflict narratives. This causes Andreas Heinemann-Grüder to stress the need to conduct much more field research, not least when it comes to comparative politics.
Mittwoch, 9.3.2016
The turnout to receive refugees in Parc Maximilien in Brussels last year far exceeded that at demonstrations in the Belgian capital calling for an end to violence in Syria during the preceding five years of civil war. Pierre Coopman traces the sometimes paradoxical contours of solidarity.
Freitag, 15.4.2016
In dialogue with Dipesh Chakrabarty, Kathleen McAfee considers the grounds on which a politics of broader solidarity can and must emerge in the face of an unprecedented ecological turning point; a turning point that is simultaneously a crisis of subsistence for billions of people, albeit to different degrees and in different ways.
Mittwoch, 9.3.2016
If the European Union wants to remain relevant in global affairs, it must be active along the new Silk Road, writes Adam Balcer. It must look to a Eurasia that goes beyond Russia and the former Soviet republics, and formulate an eastern policy concerned primarily with China, Turkey and Iran.
Mittwoch, 6.4.2016
"Ord&Bild" digs up the pure gold hidden offshore; "openDemocracy" watches UK political system go into a nosedive amid EU referendum storm; "Kultura Liberalna" speaks to Dubravka Ugrešic; "Mittelweg 36" immerses itself in global migration history; "Il Mulino" calls for more cultural entrepreneurship; "Kulturos barai" analyses higher education and its discontents; and "Glänta" offers a whole range of alternative currencies.
Mittwoch, 30.12.2015
Slovenská literatura [Slovak literature]
Mittwoch, 30.12.2015
Dienstag, 22.12.2015
Válka, teror, násilí [War, terror, violence]
Mittwoch, 30.12.2015
Dienstag, 15.12.2015
Fanfikce [Fanfiction]
Mittwoch, 30.12.2015
Mittwoch, 30.12.2015
Intellectual resistance
Anthropologie
Feuilleton / Literatur
Kunst & Kultur
Donnerstag, 14.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 14.04.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 EYA Game Jam, FH JOANNEUM Graz
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 queerriot - das queer-feministisches Fest, Forum Stadtpark
[ Finissage ] 19:00 The motions of bodies. Four states of matter., esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Dienstag, 19.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 19.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 RaDeschnig, Theatercafe
Donnerstag, 24.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 24.03.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Sonntag, 24.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 24.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Art Brunch im Bad #13 Kathrin Velik / Maryam Mohammadi / Joachim Hainzl. kopfbahnhof bad gleichenberg, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Mittwoch, 13.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 13.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 The White Elephant Archive, Setting No. 3, Volkshaus
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Struwwelpeter, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
20:00 Theater Mobil , Die Brücke
Donnerstag, 14.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 14.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 F. Zawrel - erbbiologisch und sozial minderwertig, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
20:00 Dunkel lockende Welt, dramagraz
20:00 Ohner erzählt: Der Schatz im Silbersee, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
20:30 Childhood, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 ( Ebene 3)
21:00 S04E03 das nächste mal , Forum Stadtpark
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Herbert Granditz, Gösser Bräu
Dienstag, 29.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 29.03.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Dienstag, 12.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 12.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 7.4.2016
Führungen - 07.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
15:30 Hinter den Kulissen - Präparationstechniken und Modellbau im Detail, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
16:30 Frühlingskräuter in Auwiesen entdecken, Graz
Samstag, 12.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 12.03.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Liiiebe, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Aufzeichnungen aus dem Kellerloch, Theater im Keller
20:00 Beziehungsweise, Kunstfreiraum Papierfabrik
20:00 DAS HOHELIED DES ARSCHES. Zwei scheue Diven gehen weit, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
Montag, 21.3.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 21.03.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Paul Pizzera, Orpheum
Mittwoch, 20.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 20.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
20:00 BrunnerGruberMaier, Die Brücke
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
Sonntag, 24.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 24.04.2016 :: Programm heute

BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
in bewegung, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tierische 12., Atelier 12
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Überlebensräume, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Dienstag, 3.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 03.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
16:30 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
Sonntag, 17.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 17.04.2016 :: Programm heute

BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
gott.verlassen - Eine Ausstellung gegen das Vergessen, Pfarrkirche Herz-Jesu
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
OHA: RESANITA | Die wilde Frau, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Überlebensräume, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Was wir sehen, Galerie Centrum Graz
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Das Part of the Game - Game, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
19:00 Die Übüs in Ketten, werkraum THEATER (Studio)
19:00 Merlin oder das wüste Land, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Nach der Liebelei, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

fragments - Filmfestival der Menschenrechte, Schubert Kino
14:00 Barcamp Graz 2016, FH JOANNEUM Graz
19:15 Filmkunst aus DK., kunstGarten
Freitag, 1.4.2016
Musik - 01.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Aniada A Noar - In Compagnia , Die Brücke
20:00 Die schönsten Opernchöre, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Grazer Jodelstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
20:30 Springopening, genuss 41
21:00 Renato Chicco Quartett, Royal Garden Jazz Club
22:00 Ruby Friday, CuntRa la Kunsthure
Montag, 11.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 11.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 4.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Montagsbühne, Literaturhaus
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Awarded Design from Croatia, designHALLE
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
BEAUTIFIC BREAK, designforum Steiermark
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Nothing Stops Detroit, Graz
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
SELECTED 2016, designHALLE
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Teresa Katharina, Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Mittwoch, 30.3.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 30.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Schreibwerkstatt Lebenswege, Minoritensaal
19:00 Winterface Lecture: Alles Fassade!, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
20:00 Lesbos, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
Dienstag, 5.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 05.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Paul Pizzera, Theatercafe
Freitag, 8.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 08.04.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 System Change, not Climate Change, Forum Stadtpark
20:30 Filmkunst aus AT, kunstGarten
Donnerstag, 17.3.2016
Führungen - 17.03.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 Alles über Ostern. , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
17:00 Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 27.04.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
14:30 Bulgarischer Kehlkopfgesang, Volkshaus
19:00 Symphonie an Schwarz - April Midissage, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Dienstag, 15.3.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 15.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Comedy Hirten, Orpheum
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Führungen - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Zeughaus hinter den Kulissen: Die Werkstatt der Restauratoren, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Ausstellung zu den Ereignissen von 4. März 1945 in Gösting, Gasthaus zur Sonne
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bauherrinnenpreis ‘15, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Türkei in Marokko?, Reinisch Contemporary
Don´t Panic It´s Organic , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Gerald Brettschuh, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
[ Vernissage ] Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
[ Finissage ] Hosna Darvishi, schauraum21
Hunger nach Malerei - Lust am Sammeln, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
[ Eröffnung ] Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
opARTig, kunstGarten
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Rainer Possert, Werkstatt-Galerie Kiasma
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
STIRB+WERDE, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sonntag, 27.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 27.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Ausstellung zu den Ereignissen von 4. März 1945 in Gösting, Gasthaus zur Sonne
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bauherrinnenpreis ‘15, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
gott.verlassen - Eine Ausstellung gegen das Vergessen, Pfarrkirche Herz-Jesu
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Tutanchamun - Sein Grab und die Schätze, Grazer Messe
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
16:00 Alice wundert sich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 30.4.2016
Führungen - 30.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Führung durch die Oper, Opernhaus
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Freitag, 25.3.2016
Musik - 25.03.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Karfreitagsliturgie, Grazer Dom
19:00 Purim, Helmut-List-Halle
19:30 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Brauhaus Graz Eggenberg
20:00 Grazer Jodelstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
20:00 Suspicious Minds (BiH / D / AUS), Stockwerk
22:00 Bassculture, p.p.c
22:00 Ein Freudentanz mit FJAAK LIVE , Postgarage
22:00 Golden Era - Raw Shit mit Chill-ill, Thalia Bar (eh. Lila Eule)
22:00 Paradiso aus Hawaii, CuntRa la Kunsthure
22:00 Wild at Heart - Classic Style Rock N' Roll Club, p.p.c
Montag, 14.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 14.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Montag spezial mit Boxty, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
20:00 Warteraum Zukunft, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Dienstag, 12.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 12.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Struwwelpeter, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Dunkel lockende Welt, dramagraz
20:00 Johnny Breitwieser, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Rozznjogd, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
20:30 Childhood, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 ( Ebene 3)
Sonntag, 3.4.2016
Musik - 03.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:30 Mariazeller Messe, Basilika Mariatrost
10:30 Nelson-Messe, Pfarrkirche Ragnitz
11:00 Haring & The Trouts, Cafe CENTRAAL
15:00 Die Griechische Passion, Opernhaus
[ Premiere ] 19:00 "Merlin" - Das Musical, BG Dreihackengasse
20:30 Agüita de Coco, Thomawirt
Donnerstag, 7.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 07.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Martin Kosch , Theatercafe
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 26.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Das Part of the Game - Game, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
[ Premiere ] 19:00 Die Übüs in Ketten, werkraum THEATER (Studio)
20:00 Nach der Liebelei, Cafe Kaiserfeld
20:00 Post it - Teil 2: Der Guru schlägt zurück, Theater am Lend
20:00 Zersplittert, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Montag, 4.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Kapitalismus - Krise - Gegenstrategien, Forum Stadtpark
Samstag, 30.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 30.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Grazer Linuxtage 2016, FH JOANNEUM Graz
12:00 Filmvorführung: Bring your time , Graz
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 27.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
14:30 Nöstlinger-Kinonachmittag in der Landesbibliothek, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Musik - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Solo-Konzert Markus Hell (vocals, guitar), kunstGarten
19:30 KUG Orchesterkonzert mit jungen SolistInnen , MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:30 Open Philharmonics, Opernhaus
19:30 Philharmonic Ensemble Vienna, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
[ Abgesagt! ] 19:30 Schaso da Mu, Musiksalon Erfurt
20:00 Cuvee Frizz, Miles JAZZ Club
20:00 Ensemble A5, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 Les Lieds, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - Minoritensaal
20:00 Swing! Johannes Lafer & Band, Hotel Erzherzog Johann
20:00 Trash Family, Cafe Scherbe
20:15 20Uhr15 spielt Tocotronic (1995-1997) , p.p.c
21:00 Live-Jazzmusik in der Hotelbar, Parkhotel Graz
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
23:00 LateNightJam@Theatercafé, Theatercafe
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
16:00 AHOI KOI!, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 5.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 05.03.2016 :: Programm heute

14:30 Offene Klasse, Opernhaus
16:00 Spielsamstag , Schauspielhaus
19:30 Crossing Fashion Mongolia , MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
Mittwoch, 13.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 13.04.2016 :: Programm heute

KÜNSTLERINNEN-PORTRAIT L‘improvisation ne s‘improvise pas., Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
13:00 Visuelle Dramenanalyse, Literaturhaus
19:00 Stammtisch der :freien galerie, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Freitag, 18.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 18.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 10. Grazer Kunsthandwerks-Ostermarkt am Grazer Hauptplatz, Graz
Samstag, 5.3.2016
Führungen - 05.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:00 Stirb+Werde, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
15:00 Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
17:00 Führung durch die Oper, Opernhaus
Samstag, 9.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 09.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Herbert Granditz, Gösser Bräu
20:00 Martin Puntigam & Matthias Egersdörfer, Theatercafe
Samstag, 2.4.2016
Musik - 02.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Chorkonzert des Grenzlandchores Arnoldstein - Gern habn tuat guat ..., Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
19:30 Funny Girl, Opernhaus
22:00 House of Love @ Cuntra, CuntRa la Kunsthure
22:30 Didge & Bass, Postgarage
23:00 Deep Space pres. Anna Ullrich, Postgarage
Sonntag, 10.4.2016
Führungen - 10.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Führung durch „Die Hölle der Lebenden”. Hommage à Italo Calvino, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
15:30 Constantin Luser. Musik zähmt die Bestie, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Freitag, 8.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 08.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 VON UNTEN Radio-Workshop: JOURNALISMUS und AKTIVISMUS, Verschiedene Orte
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
19:30 Ball der Vielfalt - Alles außer gewöhnlich, Kammersaal
Sonntag, 17.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 17.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
11:00 Kasperl und der Regengeist, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
14:00 Vom Zeughaus und seinem Zeug , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
15:00 Kasperl und der Regengeist, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
16:00 Mama Muh und die Krähe, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:30 Kasperl und der Regengeist, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
Donnerstag, 24.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 24.03.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
19:30 Der Sturm, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
Dienstag, 22.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 22.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Töpfern und modellieren für Kinder und Jugendliche, DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
15:00 Kasperl und der kranke Osterhase, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
16:30 Kasperl und der kranke Osterhase, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
Montag, 7.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 07.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:30 Frankenstein - The Monster and the Myth, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
11:30 Frankenstein - The Monster and the Myth, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 MONTAG.Die improvisierte Show, Orpheum
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 27.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Berni Wagner, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 20.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 20.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
11:00 Die Henne Henriette, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Wenn das Gefecht zu Ende ist …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 Die Henne Henriette, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 18.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 18.04.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 Chancen und Gefahren der sozialen Netzwerke, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
17:00 Meet4Music, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
22:15 All Things Swing, Forum Stadtpark
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Die Werkstatt des Dichters. Imaginationsräume literarischer Produktion, Literaturhaus
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
17:00 Lange Nach der Forschung an der KUG, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:00 Literaturflohmarkt 2.0 - im Frühlingserwachen, Babenbergerhof
19:00 Ulf Stolterfoht und Jan Wagner, Literaturhaus
19:00 Verena Roßbacher , Literaturhaus
20:00 Text im Klang #2 UA), Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Ausstellung zu den Ereignissen von 4. März 1945 in Gösting, Gasthaus zur Sonne
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bauherrinnenpreis ‘15, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Türkei in Marokko?, Reinisch Contemporary
Don´t Panic It´s Organic , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
opARTig, kunstGarten
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Tutanchamun - Sein Grab und die Schätze, Grazer Messe
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 10. Grazer Kunsthandwerks-Ostermarkt am Grazer Hauptplatz, Graz
10:00 Oster Design Markt, Himmelgrau Offline
Freitag, 15.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 15.04.2016 :: Programm heute

KÜNSTLERINNEN-PORTRAIT L‘improvisation ne s‘improvise pas., Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
[ Vernissage ] 17:00 Christine Kipper, Theater Spielensemble
18:00 Jiaozi zubereiten, Konfuzius-Institut
[ Eröffnung ] 19:30 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Merlin oder das wüste Land, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:00 Das Part of the Game - Game, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Chucks, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
Montag, 25.4.2016
Führungen - 25.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016, 20:27
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Donnerstag, 7.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 07.04.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Till Gathmann: Some Formal Aspects of the Letterform B, 2015, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Der Sturm, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Bunny, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Dunkel lockende Welt, dramagraz
20:00 Wahr und gut und schön, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
Freitag, 1.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 01.04.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 POETRY SLAM - Workshop, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
19:00 Andere Seiten & Saiten - Drugacne strani & strune, werkraum THEATER (Studio)
19:00 Enzyklopädie der Medien. Band 1, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Mittwoch, 9.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 09.03.2016 :: Programm heute

08:30 Bücherflohmarkt, Universitätsbibliothek Graz
Dienstag, 15.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 15.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Jugend ohne Gott, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:30 Vigyázat, Szomszéd! - Vorsicht, Nachbar! , Schauspielhaus Haus 3 ( Ebene 3)
Samstag, 16.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 16.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Die spanische Fliege, Albertussaal
19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Dialogues sereins et extatiques - glasklare und trunkene Unterhaltungen., Forum Stadtpark
20:00 Dunkel lockende Welt, dramagraz
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
Sonntag, 17.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 17.04.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Montag, 2.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 02.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
19:00 Montagsbühne, Literaturhaus
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 27.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Musiktheorie@KUG_01, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
16:00 Natur - Raum - Landschaft , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Musiktheorie@KUG_01, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
18:00 Co-Creation als Lösungsansatz für die Bewältigung der Flüchtlingsherausforderung?, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
18:45 Bewegung als kulturelles Phänomen, Institut für Anglistik
19:00 Die "Logik" des Marktes - Warum der Markt uns reg(ul)iert und nicht sich selbst , RESOWI-ZENTRUM
19:00 Huda Takriti (Damaskus/Syrien) und Masa Drndić (Rijeka/Kroatien), Kulturvermittlung Steiermark
19:00 Musik - Balsam für Körper, Geist und Seele, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
19:00 Ulf Stolterfoht und Jan Wagner, Literaturhaus
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Volpone oder der Fuchs, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Aufzeichnungen aus dem Kellerloch, Theater im Keller
20:00 DAS HOHELIED DES ARSCHES. Zwei scheue Diven gehen weit, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
20:00 Warteraum Zukunft, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Freitag, 15.4.2016
Musik - 15.04.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 B.o.B Battle of the Bands, HLW Schrödinger
18:30 SolistInnenkonzert, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:00 All Things Swing, Postgarage
19:00 Texta, p.p.c
19:30 Die Griechische Passion, Opernhaus
19:30 One Night in New Orleans-Streetview Dixieclub, Brauhaus Puntigam
19:30 Sommerfrische, Musiksalon Erfurt
19:30 Trümmerfrauen, Bombenstimmung, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Zink und Zyankali - Ein barocker Krimi , Pfarr- und Kulturzentrum Kalvarienberg
20:00 Gitarrenmusik in Das Wieltsch, Das Wieltsch
20:00 KARATapart, Die Brücke
20:00 Love God Chaos, Kleschn u. Klabauter, Club Wakuum
20:00 Marimba GraZiosa live, Kulturwerkstatt - Integratives Bildungs- und Kulturzentrum
20:00 Olivias Jodelstammtisch, Gasthof Gehringer
20:00 Peter Kraus - Zugabe!, Stadthalle Graz
21:00 Karlheinz Miklin Quartett, Royal Garden Jazz Club
21:00 We Support Carlitos - Salsa Benefiz Veranstaltung!, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
22:00 Uptight Shake Nite, CuntRa la Kunsthure
23:00 PLEMPLEM™ , p.p.c
23:00 SPKTRM #03, hosted by Noise Collage, Dom im Berg
Sonntag, 6.3.2016
Führungen - 06.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Führung durch die Ausstellung „Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW”, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
15:00 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:30 Constantin Luser - Musik zähmt die Bestie, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Samstag, 12.3.2016
Führungen - 12.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
11:00 Der Diagonale-Festivaldistrikt - ganz großes Kino!, Südtirolerplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 Der Diagonale-Festivaldistrikt - ganz großes Kino!, Südtirolerplatz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Berni Wagner, Theatercafe
Montag, 4.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
19:00 LITTLE BEANS - BIG TROUBLE mit Ortweinschule-SchülerInnen der 2YHKU Klasse, kunstGarten
19:30 BIODANZA - offene Abende für Beginner, Studio (Praxis) Langbauer - Yoga und Shiatsu
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Führungen - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
11:00 Der Diagonale-Festivaldistrikt - ganz großes Kino!, Südtirolerplatz
16:00 Der Diagonale-Festivaldistrikt - ganz großes Kino!, Südtirolerplatz
16:00 Sexismus im Öffentlichen Raum, Hauptplatz
17:00 Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Donnerstag, 10.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 10.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Weltnierentag am LKH-Univ. Klinikum Graz, LKH-Univ.Klinikum Graz
14:00 Informationsnachmittag: "Regionale und internationale Kulturförderung", Graz
[ Vernissage ] 16:00 Joerg Vogeltanz, wsmk rechtsanwälte - Steßl und Kasper Rechtsanwäte GmbH
Mittwoch, 30.3.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 30.03.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Florian Scheuba, Theatercafe
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 31.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Filmabend: Sasha Pirker & Lotte Schreiber , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
Dienstag, 5.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 05.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
DK, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
[ Vernissage ] Emi Vega , Galerie Blaues Atelier
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Fritz Maierhofer, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
GIOM / Guillaume Bruère, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
heARTbeating, Galerie Centrum Graz
ImagineArtExperience, IMAGINE ART EXPERIENCE
Keyvan Paydar, Kunsthalle Graz
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Markus Wilfling, Kunsthalle Graz
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
[ Eröffnung ] OHA: RESANITA | Die wilde Frau, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
PART OF THE GAME # 2 in der Kunsthalle Graz, Kunsthalle Graz
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
STIRB+WERDE, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Walter Köstenbauer, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Musik - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 IAMX (UK) , p.p.c
19:00 The Lawyers, Generalmusikdirektion
19:30 CROSSROADS - KREUZWEGSTATIONEN - GOLGOTHA, Pfarre Münzgraben (Fatimakirche)
19:30 Funny Girl, Opernhaus
19:30 Trio EMM , Pfarr- und Kulturzentrum Kalvarienberg
20:00 Sweet & Lovely Trio (A), Stockwerk
20:30 Royal Garden Jazz Band, Royal Garden Jazz Club
21:00 SPKTRM#02 hosted by Diagonale. Festival des österreichischen Films, Dom im Berg
22:30 I LOVE THE 90's, p.p.c
22:30 IAMX - Aftershowparty, p.p.c
23:00 Strictly.beats feat. CYANTIFIC (Viper Rec UK), Postgarage
Dienstag, 8.3.2016
Musik - 08.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 American Jesus Suite, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:45 Drei Klassiker, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Musik aus allen Richtungen, Die Brücke
20:00 Zoltan RUGOVICS Trio feat. Daniel LASKAY, WIST Moserhofgasse
Montag, 18.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 18.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 MONTAG.Die improvisierte Show, Orpheum
20:00 Jugend ohne Gott, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 31.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Ausstellung zu den Ereignissen von 4. März 1945 in Gösting, Gasthaus zur Sonne
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
DK, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Don´t Panic It´s Organic , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
[ Eröffnung ] Keyvan Paydar, Kunsthalle Graz
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Markus Wilfling, Kunsthalle Graz
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
MESA-EXO, Seddwell Center
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
PART OF THE GAME # 2 in der Kunsthalle Graz, Kunsthalle Graz
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
STIRB+WERDE, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Susane Onic, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
[ Eröffnung ] Walter Köstenbauer, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Samstag, 16.4.2016
Führungen - 16.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Beltinci - Gornja Radgona - Bad Radkersburg, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Sonntag, 20.3.2016
Musik - 20.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:30 Gesang zur Palmweihe von J.M. Doeller, Grazer Dom
11:00 Nada Majnaric (Klavier) , kunstGarten
15:00 Funny Girl, Opernhaus
17:00 Don Kosaken Morosoff , Volkshaus
19:00 An den Frühling, Altkatholische Kirche
19:00 Ostern in Schweden , Helmut-List-Halle
20:30 Cemre Yilmaz Trio, Thomawirt
Mittwoch, 16.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 16.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
20:00 Beziehungsweise, Kunstfreiraum Papierfabrik
20:00 Not eek a mouse, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
20:00 Ohner erzählt: Der Schatz im Silbersee, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Donnerstag, 24.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 24.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Ausstellung zu den Ereignissen von 4. März 1945 in Gösting, Gasthaus zur Sonne
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bauherrinnenpreis ‘15, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Türkei in Marokko?, Reinisch Contemporary
DK, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Don´t Panic It´s Organic , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Gerald Brettschuh, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Jochen Höller, Akademie Graz
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
[ Eröffnung ] Markus Wilfling, Kunsthalle Graz
Marlene Stoisser , Kunsthalle Graz
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
MESA-EXO, Seddwell Center
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
PART OF THE GAME # 2 in der Kunsthalle Graz, Kunsthalle Graz
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
STIRB+WERDE, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Tutanchamun - Sein Grab und die Schätze, Grazer Messe
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Freitag, 25.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 25.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Ausstellung zu den Ereignissen von 4. März 1945 in Gösting, Gasthaus zur Sonne
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bauherrinnenpreis ‘15, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Türkei in Marokko?, Reinisch Contemporary
DK, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Don´t Panic It´s Organic , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Jochen Höller, Akademie Graz
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
[ Eröffnung ] Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Markus Wilfling, Kunsthalle Graz
Marlene Stoisser , Kunsthalle Graz
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
MESA-EXO, Seddwell Center
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
opARTig, kunstGarten
PART OF THE GAME # 2 in der Kunsthalle Graz, Kunsthalle Graz
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Tutanchamun - Sein Grab und die Schätze, Grazer Messe
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 La Le Luftschloss, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
15:30 Kasperl und der besondere Zauberstab , Kinderfreunde Graz Jakomini
16:00 Jugend Literatur Werkstatt, Literaturhaus
18:00 Jugend Literatur Werkstatt, Literaturhaus
19:00 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
Mittwoch, 20.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 20.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 Natur - Raum - Landschaft , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Zad Moultaka und die Gitarre, Kunstuniversität Graz, Florentinersaal
17:15 Digital Product Design, FH JOANNEUM Graz
17:15 Pollenallergien und Klimaveränderung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Veranstaltungsraum, Studienzentrum Naturkunde
18:00 Hilfs- und Schutzsuchende im Spannungsfeld mit dem Militär, TU - Technische Universität Graz
18:00 Neue Technik für alte Fahrzeuge, FH JOANNEUM Graz
18:00 Vergangenheit und Verantwortung, Universität Graz
18:00 Wirtschaft und Nachhaltigkeit, Männerwohnheim der Stadt Graz
18:30 We are Family - Geschwister von Kinder mit Behinderung, Karmeliterhof
19:00 Assassinen, Universität Graz
19:30 perspektive 84+85 Triage, Forum Stadtpark
Sonntag, 17.4.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 17.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Opernbrunch, Opernhaus - Spiegelfoyer
Freitag, 15.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 15.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:00 Kunst - Markt - Kunst, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
19:00 L‘improvisation ne s‘improvise pas., Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
19:00 Plan B für Europa? , RESOWI-ZENTRUM
19:00 Unheimlich heimisch, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
19:00 Wem dient die Medizin wirklich? Interessen, Zielkonflikte und Patientenwohl, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Dienstag, 3.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 03.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Jörg-Martin Willnauer, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] 09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
10:30 Farbenfrohe Natur , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Kinderwagenwallfahrt vom Hilmteich nach Mariatrost, Hilmteich
15:00 Neue Geschichten von altem Zeug , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 AHOI KOI!, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Mittwoch, 20.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 20.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
Donnerstag, 17.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 17.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 La Le Luftschloss, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Die kleine Hexe, Next Liberty
15:30 Die kleine Hexe, Next Liberty
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Blonder Engel & die Hedwig Haselrieder Kombo, Die Brücke
20:00 Sketcharett reloaded, Kulturwerkstatt - Integratives Bildungs- und Kulturzentrum
Samstag, 23.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 23.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
11:00 Der Grüffelo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
11:00 Kinder, kommt auf die Murinsel, Insel in der Mur
15:00 Schachmatt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
16:00 Der Grüffelo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
19:00 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
Sonntag, 10.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 10.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Kaya Yanar, Stadthalle Graz
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Aspekte von Multikulturalität und Integration, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
16:30 Talks und #DurchDieNacht im HDA, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
18:00 Kalligrafie - Die Kunst des schönen Schreibens, Konfuzius-Institut
19:00 Ein freudiges Ereignis, kunstGarten
19:00 Frauen-Reisen in Asien, Technische Universität Graz - Neue Technik
19:00 Österreichische U20-Poetry Slam Meisterschaften, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
19:30 Kaffee mit Cognac, Das Wieltsch
Samstag, 12.3.2016
Musik - 12.03.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Lemmy Tribute Night/Motörhead Cover Night, JUZ Explosiv
19:00 Passionskonzert mit der Singgemeinschaft Cantichorum, Pfarre Strassgang - Maria Elend
19:00 Schauet doch und sehet, Mausoleum - Dompfarre Graz, St. Ägidius
19:30 Die Griechische Passion, Opernhaus
19:30 Solaris, Musiksalon Erfurt
20:00 Bridgeclub @ Verein Die Brücke , Die Brücke
21:00 Corry Gass & The Wild Dogs Live!, Eschenlaube
22:00 Best of the 80's, Postgarage
22:00 Chic Noir - Der Soundportal Electro Swing Club, p.p.c
22:00 Endlich Wieder Rap, p.p.c
22:00 Soundsystem Session - finest conscious reggae & dub music, Forum Stadtpark
23:00 Schwarzes Herz, Postgarage
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Weltgeschichtentag 2016 - Erzählabend für Erwachsene, Graz
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Samstag, 9.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 09.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wer bin ich? Wer bist du?, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - ImCubus
10:30 Drachenblut und Himbeersaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
15:00 Bogenflug, Opernhaus Malersaal
15:00 Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater, Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater
15:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
16:00 Farbenzauber - Prinzessin Sophie rettet die Märchenwelt, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:00 Walzerschritt & Polkahit, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
17:00 Alices Abenteuer im Wunderland, Freie Waldorfschule Graz
18:00 Die spanische Fliege, Albertussaal
19:30 Chucks, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Nach der Liebelei, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Freitag, 18.3.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 18.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Filmkunst aus Israel, kunstGarten
19:00 LOS FELIZ - Edgar Honetschläger, Filmzentrum im Rechbauerkino
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
19:30 F. Zawrel - erbbiologisch und sozial minderwertig, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
Montag, 11.4.2016
Musik - 11.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Kroatischer Liederabend - Wir lernen kroatisch, Harmonikazentrum
20:00 Christoph STIEFEL Septet, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 DEATH HAWKS/ Jigsaw Beggars + Painted Beehive, Bunker
20:00 … delle cose invisibili ... , Minoritensaal
20:45 Michael Lane (USA), Cafe Scherbe
Freitag, 8.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 08.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Walzerschritt & Polkahit, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
10:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
15:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
16:00 Farbenzauber - Prinzessin Sophie rettet die Märchenwelt, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:00 Jugend Literatur Werkstatt, Literaturhaus
18:00 Jugend Literatur Werkstatt, Literaturhaus
Mittwoch, 23.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 23.03.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Volpone oder der Fuchs, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Beziehungsweise, Kunstfreiraum Papierfabrik
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] 10:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 La Le Luftschloss, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Die kleine Hexe, Next Liberty
14:00 Hunger nach Malerei - Lust am Sammeln, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
16:00 Die Henne Henriette, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:00 Die kleine Hexe, Next Liberty
Sonntag, 24.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 24.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Aktmodellieren & Portraitmodellieren , DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Portraitmodellieren, DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Franz Hochwimmer , Kulturwerkstatt - Integratives Bildungs- und Kulturzentrum
20:00 Severin Groebner, Theatercafe
20:00 Thomas Maurer, Orpheum
Montag, 7.3.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 07.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Viktor Gernot, Orpheum
Dienstag, 3.5.2016
Musik - 03.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Lendwirbel in der Scherbe, Cafe Scherbe
19:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Buschenschank Strommer
19:00 Trezune Gavranovic Koutsonanos Balogh, Bakaliko
19:30 Opernstudiokonzert, Opernhaus - Spiegelfoyer
19:30 Stipendiatinnen-Konzert, Kunstuniversität Graz, Florentinersaal
19:30 Trümmerfrauen, Bombenstimmung, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:45 Temperamente, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Interkultureller Musikstammtisch, Gasthof Gehringer
20:00 Meretrio, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 SOPHIA, Postgarage
21:00 Musik die gefällt, Babenbergerhof
Donnerstag, 10.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 10.03.2016 :: Programm heute

08:30 Bücherflohmarkt, Universitätsbibliothek Graz
Mittwoch, 16.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 16.03.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Origami vor Ostern und Pfingsten, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
19:00 Stammtisch der :freien galerie, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Samstag, 9.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 09.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Filmkunst aus J., kunstGarten
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Führungen - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Farbenfrohe Natur , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Mittelalter erleben , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung mit Schwerpunkt Neue Galerie Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Fundgeschichte(n), Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Immer wieder sonntags, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
15:30 Unheimlich heimisch. Der Trachtensaal - „Die ganze Wahrheit”, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Tag der Pflege , Rathaus - Graz
11:30 Revolutionäre Helden des Balkan., Institut für Volkskunde und Kulturanthropologie
16:00 Natur - Raum - Landschaft , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Meet the Designer: Martin Lesjak, Graz
18:00 Was wir von Afrika lernen können: Elemente afrikanischer Philosophie und Theologie, Auschlössl - Interkulturelles Cafe und Begegnungszentrum
18:30 Lecture: Cara Carmina, Graz
18:45 Bewegung als kulturelles Phänomen, Institut für Anglistik
19:00 Guter Mond, du schenkst die Träume, Universität Graz - HS 01.14
19:00 Langes Schweigen. Der NS-Faschismus in österreichischen Schulbüchern, KPÖ Bildungszentrum
20:00 2-Takt+Motor, Bakaliko
Sonntag, 13.3.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 13.03.2016 :: Programm heute

17:30 ISLAND - Die Natur spüren , Krone Center
Mittwoch, 6.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 06.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
20:00 DAS HOHELIED DES ARSCHES. Zwei scheue Diven gehen weit, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
20:00 Johnny Breitwieser, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
20:00 Theater Stockwerk, Die Brücke
Montag, 7.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 07.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Die Türkei in Marokko?, Reinisch Contemporary
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Ferdinand Penker, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Gerald Brettschuh, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Gerhard Haidvogel 1921 - 2012, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Jochen Höller, Akademie Graz
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
MESA-EXO, Seddwell Center
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Dienstag, 8.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 08.03.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Politeia, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
11:00 Schneewittchen, Opernhaus - Studiobühne
17:00 Schneewittchen, Opernhaus - Studiobühne
Montag, 4.4.2016
Musik - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:45 "Merlin" - Das Musical, BG Dreihackengasse
19:00 "Merlin" - Das Musical, BG Dreihackengasse
19:30 Stammtisch für Zither und andere Saiteninstrumente, Gasthaus - Unterm goldenen Dachl
19:45 Jahrhundertwende, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:45 The Informal Thief (A), Cafe Scherbe
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 26.04.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 Global Shopping Village, TU - Technische Universität Graz
Mittwoch, 20.4.2016
Führungen - 20.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
Montag, 14.3.2016
Führungen - 14.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
Dienstag, 29.3.2016
Führungen - 29.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 11.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 11.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
[ Eröffnung ] Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Fritz Maierhofer, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Roma.Bildwechsel, Paulinum - Caritas Wohnheim
Susane Onic, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Walter Köstenbauer, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Donnerstag, 7.4.2016
Musik - 07.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Stefan Wedam (A) , Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
20:00 Thomas Leeb , Die Brücke
21:00 Live-Jazzmusik in der Hotelbar, Parkhotel Graz
21:00 Patrizia Oliva & Chiao-Hua Chang, Club Wakuum
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
Freitag, 15.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 15.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 EYA Game Jam, FH JOANNEUM Graz
19:00 Filmkunst aus F. , kunstGarten
Sonntag, 27.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 27.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Allerlei vom Ei. Ostereiermalen nach antiken griechischen Motiven, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Wenn das Gefecht zu Ende ist …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 Alice wundert sich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 7.3.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 07.03.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Die ritterliche Tafelrunde - ein andauerndes Fest? , Frauenwohnheim der Stadt Graz
19:30 Über Gott und die Welt - Philosophische Plaudereien, Urania Graz - Österreichische URANIA für Steiermark
Mittwoch, 9.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 09.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 La Le Luftschloss, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
11:00 Der Barbier für Kinder, Opernhaus
Sonntag, 3.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 03.04.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Cine Mar - Surf Movie Nights, Schubert Kino
Sonntag, 24.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 24.04.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Der Sturm, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Mein Schubert-Lied unplugged, Opernhaus - Studiobühne
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Nach der Liebelei, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Samstag, 23.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 23.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Finissage ] Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der Kunst ein Fest - Dem Fest eine Schau!, Kunsthalle Graz
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
GIOM / Guillaume Bruère, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
[ Finissage ] gott.verlassen - Eine Ausstellung gegen das Vergessen, Pfarrkirche Herz-Jesu
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
HOMMAGEN. An die Natur! , kunstGarten
in bewegung, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
[ Eröffnung ] Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Serviervorschlag, Galerie Centrum Graz
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tierische 12., Atelier 12
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Überlebensräume, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 31.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:15 Tag der offenen Tür der vier Grazer Universitäten, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Dienstag, 12.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 12.04.2016 :: Programm heute

KÜNSTLERINNEN-PORTRAIT L‘improvisation ne s‘improvise pas., Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
10:00 Christoph STIEFEL Septet, Kunstuniversität - Moserhofgasse
10:00 Tag der offenen Tür in der Buchbinderei im Landesarchiv, Steiermärkisches Landesarchiv
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
20:00 Planet Erde - Live in Concert, Stadthalle Graz
Events
Film & TV
Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 23:15

In this ingenious satirical thriller, humiliated traders meet online to settle their uncertain futures for good

The morose dissatisfaction of Ireland’s newly impoverished Celtic tigers is satirised in this interesting first feature from writer-directors Rachel Moriarty and Peter Murphy. It’s a violent futurist thriller with hints of David Fincher’s Fight Club and Géla Babluani’s cult Russian-roulette nightmare 13 (Tzameti). Killian Scott plays Harry, a young guy who has grown used to the good life in the financial world; being laid off post-slump introduced him to the humiliation of not having much money. But his cringing beta-male friend Vernon (John Bradley) has invented an internet game called Trading; individuals who can’t bear the thought of not being rich must sell everything, put all their money in a bag and challenge other individuals to meet on a patch of wasteground for a bareknuckle fight to the death; the winner buries the loser and takes all the cash. It’s a game that fuses the aggression and triumphalism of their lost financial careers with the secretive euphoria of something like web-based casual sex. I think the use of voiceover is a flaw in Traders – reminiscent of 90s geezer Britfilms. But this is an ingenious and macabre debut.

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Donnerstag, 14.4.2016, 22:34

For three years, director Jenny Gage and her cinematographer husband Tom Betterton followed a group of girls growing up in New York. The results are astonishing

In a scant 79-minutes, All This Panic sure covers a lot of ground.

Over three years ago, director Jenny Gage and her cinematographer husband, Tom Betterton, got to know two of their neighbors in the Clinton Hill area of Brooklyn, teenage sisters Ginger and Dusty. Intrigued by the young pair, the couple eventually became acquainted with the girls’ small group of friends.

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Sonntag, 3.4.2016, 11:00

The award-winning French director Jacques Audiard talks about his love of westerns, the trouble with CGI and his new film, Dheepan, the story of Tamil refugees on a tough Parisian housing estate

So you’re a film director and your latest work wins the Palme d’Or in Cannes – what do you do with your trophy? Place it, in all its leafy glory, in prime position on your living room mantelpiece? Hide it in a bank vault? Let it grace your producer’s office? In a spirit of idle inquiry, I ask French director Jacques Audiard. He half turns and casually waves his hand at the cafe behind him. “My awards are all over there in the drinks cabinet.”

Related: Cannes 2015: Jacques Audiard's Dheepan surprise winner of Palme d'Or

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Dienstag, 3.5.2016, 17:46

Tubman made 19 trips to the south, helping to free more than 300 slaves, and was also an armed spy and scout for the union during the American civil war

The life story of American anti-slavery activist and champion of the underground railroad, Harriet Tubman (c1822-1913), is to be made into a Hollywood film, according to Deadline.

Seith Mann, best known for directing episodes of TV shows Homeland, The Wire and The Walking Dead, will take charge behind the cameras. Remember the Titans’ Gregory Allen Howard has written the screenplay for the biopic, which will be called Harriet.

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Donnerstag, 31.3.2016, 02:00
Die Geschichte klingt absolut verrückt. Wäre sie fürs Kino geschrieben worden, man würde sie kaum glauben. Doch das, was in diesem Film geschieht, ist so - oder zumindest so ähnlich - tatsächlich passiert.
Freitag, 1.4.2016, 14:27

The latest from evangelical production company Pure Flix is a dull courtroom drama, but unlike the previous film, it isn’t quite silly enough to be entertaining

When conversation turns to the entertainment value of the recent “faith-based” films aimed at the US evangelical market, inevitably someone will say: “Nothing tops that Kevin Sorbo one.” The picture in question is God’s Not Dead, an outrageously slapdash, inarticulate movie filled with ludicrous plotting, inelegant staging and one of cinema’s most absurd endings. (The big bad atheist gets hit by a car, just as the Christian rock band Newsboys tells everyone in the audience to text their friends that God isn’t dead.) Shot for only $2m, it grossed more than $60m, enabling its production company, Pure Flix, to release follow-ups such as Do You Believe? and Faith of Our Fathers. But franchises are the thing right now, so it’s not surprising that Pure Flix’s most bankable title would rise again.

Related: God's Not Dead review – warped evangelist drama

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Dienstag, 22.3.2016, 14:26

New film will tell story of Rosemary Kennedy, who was left with the mental capacity of a two-year-old after botched operation carried out on the order of Joseph Kennedy Sr

Emma Stone will star as John F Kennedy’s lesser-known eldest sister Rose Marie “Rosemary” Kennedy, who was lobotomised at the age of 23 after developing violent mood swings that threatened to embarrass her famous family.

Letters From Rosemary will be based on a screenplay by first-time screenwriter Nick Yarborough which deals with events leading up to the lobotomy and its aftermath, according to Variety. The film does not yet have a director attached but is being backed by the Anonymous Content production company, which helped bring 2016 Oscar winners Spotlight and The Revenant to the big screen.

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Freitag, 25.3.2016, 18:07

Jodie Foster, Ben Wheatley and Pedro Almodóvar are all expected to debut films, while ‘retired’ Ken Loach may present welfare drama I, Daniel Blake


Steven Spielberg’s live action take on Roald Dahl’s classic children’s novel The BFG will debut out of competition at this year’s Cannes film festival, reports Variety.

The heavily anticipated fantasy, which features the voice of British Oscar-winner Mark Rylance as the Big Friendly Giant himself, looks likely to join a number of other Hollywood productions on the Croisette.

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Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 09:00

Stephen Frears’s enjoyable, sentimental biopic gives Streep a role to relish, while Hugh Grant provides a touching foil in a genuine paean to mediocrity

Perhaps she was a tragic figure, or a clinical case worthy of Oliver Sacks, or the incarnation of a dishonest middlebrow culture. But in the end, Stephen Frears’s enjoyable, sentimental movie turns this bizarre real-life figure into a version of Eddie the Eagle, swooping and crashing through New York’s music-loving high society in the 1940s. And as with Eddie, the question is … do we laugh with or laugh at? Which is the more honest response?

Related: Silver-screen underdogs: why cinema loves a loser

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Mittwoch, 9.3.2016, 10:28

Simone’s daughter also criticises personal vilification of the actor for donning dark makeup and a prosthetic nose to play legendary singer

Queen Latifah and Paula Patton have defended Zoe Saldana against claims that she performed in “blackface” to star as Nina Simone in the forthcoming biopic of the singer.

The release last week of a new trailer and poster for Cynthia Mort’s film, titled Nina, which showed Saladana wearing dark makeup and a prosthetic nose, has reignited debate over whether producers were right to cast Saldana, an American of Dominican and Puerto Rican descent. Simone’s estate have since waded into the row, telling Saldana on Twitter: “Please take Nina’s name out your mouth. For the rest of your life.”

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Montag, 14.3.2016, 13:05

A study of the class system in Disney and Pixar’s biggest movies reveals poverty is ‘not a big deal’ and the rich are happy to look after everyone else

In the world of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves even Grumpy heads to work with a spring in his step. A new study by sociologists at Duke University suggests that the class stereotypes reinforced by Disney’s biggest films are introducing young viewers to a life of accepting their lot, until their own hard work pulls them out of poverty.

Jessi Straub, an assistant professor of sociology at Duke, and two undergraduates, Miryea Ayala and Colleen Wixted, watched all 36 films by Disney and its subsidiary Pixar that have grossed more than $100m as of 1 January 2014. They categorised the class of each primary character and charted whether the classification changed over the course of the story.

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Dienstag, 5.4.2016, 10:27

Study finds far more women than men appear nude or partially nude in film, while Latin and Asian women make up only 4% of characters on screen, despite Latinos now being the largest demographic in California

Women are almost three times as likely as their male counterparts to appear in a state of undress in Hollywood movies, according to a new report.

Related: Study shows female film-makers made up 19% of top Hollywood jobs in 2015

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Montag, 25.4.2016, 11:54

Superman and Batman can only seem to summon their superpowers en masse. But I’ll take a Bourne or Bond over a pack of superheroes any day

Superheroes used to be loners. They were isolated by the exclusivity of their superpowers, the singularity of their origins, the particularity of their neuroses and the eccentricity of their garb.

The very earliest of the big-screen superheroes, Captain Marvel (1941) and Batman (1943), were marked out by their apartness. When the genre really took off, in1978, it found Christopher Reeve’s Superman grappling with his solitude. If Michael Keaton’s Batman (1989) was hardly companionable, Christian Bale’s was even less so. Through the 1990s and the 2000s, most of their burgeoning array of peers managed to cut the mustard by themselves.

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News -Kunst - Kultur
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
[ Eröffnung ] Armin Lixl, Kunstfreiraum Papierfabrik
Ausstellung WERKSTADT GRAZ / GRAZ KUNST / GALERIE GRAZY / WERKSTADT GRAZ_AD, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
[ Eröffnung ] COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der Kunst ein Fest - Dem Fest eine Schau!, Kunsthalle Graz
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Elisabeth Kraus, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Fritz Maierhofer, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
GIOM / Guillaume Bruère, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
HOMMAGEN. An die Natur! , kunstGarten
in bewegung, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
[ Vernissage ] Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Roma.Bildwechsel, Paulinum - Caritas Wohnheim
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Serviervorschlag, Galerie Centrum Graz
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
Tierische 12., Atelier 12
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Überlebensräume, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Walter Köstenbauer, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Willi Rast , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wolfgang Rahs, kunst.wirt.schaft
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Freitag, 25.3.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 25.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 FILMKUNST aus DK, kunstGarten
Montag, 14.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 14.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 La Le Luftschloss, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:30 Emil und die Detektive, Opernhaus
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
16:00 AHOI KOI!, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Freitag, 29.4.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 29.04.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 GrazerUmweltZirkus 2016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Frauen-Seilschaften, Grazer Innenstadt
Freitag, 29.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 29.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Das Part of the Game - Game, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
[ Premiere ] 19:00 Alices Abenteuer im Wunderland, Freie Waldorfschule Graz
19:00 Die Übüs in Ketten, werkraum THEATER (Studio)
19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Struwwelpeter, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
20:00 Johnny Breitwieser, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Nach der Liebelei, Cafe Kaiserfeld
20:00 Post it - Teil 2: Der Guru schlägt zurück, Theater am Lend
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
16:00 Alice wundert sich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Freitag, 11.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 11.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Frühlingserwachen, Straßganger Kulturzentrum
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Merlin oder das wüste Land, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:00 Das Part of the Game - Game, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Chucks, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
Mittwoch, 9.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 09.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Drei Kammermusikformationen der Kunstuniversität Graz, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
17:00 Blütenpflanzen bestimmen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Veranstaltungsraum, Studienzentrum Naturkunde
19:00 Stammtisch der :freien galerie, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Sonntag, 27.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 27.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Allerlei vom Ei. Ostereiermalen nach antiken griechischen Motiven, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Wenn das Gefecht zu Ende ist …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 Alice wundert sich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 11.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 11.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 12.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 12.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Emi Vega , Galerie Blaues Atelier
Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Fritz Maierhofer, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
GIOM / Guillaume Bruère, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Keyvan Paydar, Kunsthalle Graz
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
OHA: RESANITA | Die wilde Frau, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
PART OF THE GAME # 2 in der Kunsthalle Graz, Kunsthalle Graz
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Roma.Bildwechsel, Paulinum - Caritas Wohnheim
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Walter Köstenbauer, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
[ Vernissage ] Was wir sehen, Galerie Centrum Graz
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Dienstag, 15.3.2016
Führungen - 15.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 25.4.2016
Musik - 25.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Christop Echenbach & Bamberger Symphoniker, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Ari HOENIG (US) & KUG Faculty Band, WIST Moserhofgasse
Dienstag, 19.4.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 19.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 7.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 07.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Martin Kosch , Theatercafe
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
[ Abgesagt! ] 13:00 Weltlachtag - Aufruf zum Lach-Picknick im Grazer Stadtpark, Grazer Stadtpark
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

13:00 Vollmond-Bücherflohmarkt, Kammersaal
19:00 Graz feiert 5 Jahre City of Design, Insel in der Mur
Sonntag, 13.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 13.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Frühlingserwachen, Straßganger Kulturzentrum
Mittwoch, 20.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 20.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 Natur - Raum - Landschaft , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Zad Moultaka und die Gitarre, Kunstuniversität Graz, Florentinersaal
17:15 Digital Product Design, FH JOANNEUM Graz
17:15 Pollenallergien und Klimaveränderung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Veranstaltungsraum, Studienzentrum Naturkunde
18:00 Hilfs- und Schutzsuchende im Spannungsfeld mit dem Militär, TU - Technische Universität Graz
18:00 Neue Technik für alte Fahrzeuge, FH JOANNEUM Graz
18:00 Vergangenheit und Verantwortung, Universität Graz
18:00 Wirtschaft und Nachhaltigkeit, Männerwohnheim der Stadt Graz
18:30 We are Family - Geschwister von Kinder mit Behinderung, Karmeliterhof
19:00 Assassinen, Universität Graz
19:30 perspektive 84+85 Triage, Forum Stadtpark
Freitag, 15.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 15.04.2016 :: Programm heute

KÜNSTLERINNEN-PORTRAIT L‘improvisation ne s‘improvise pas., Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
[ Vernissage ] 17:00 Christine Kipper, Theater Spielensemble
18:00 Jiaozi zubereiten, Konfuzius-Institut
[ Eröffnung ] 19:30 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Montag, 18.4.2016
Musik - 18.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Filmmusik Orchester, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:30 JUBILÄUMSKONZERT KONSERVATORIUM-MUSIKVEREIN, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Eröffnungskonzert, Kunstuniversität Graz, Florentinersaal
20:00 Martin AUER Quintett, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:45 The American West (USA), Cafe Scherbe
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
Donnerstag, 14.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 14.04.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Henri Chopin und das editorische Experiment: die Revue 'OU', Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
18:30 Tierischer Hofstaat. Die Eggenberger und ihre Tiere, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
19:00 Die Würde des Tieres ist unantastbar - Eine neue christliche Tierethik, Universitätszentrum Theologie
19:00 Felicitas Hoppe, Literaturhaus
19:00 Lucas Kristan, edition keiper (neuer Verlags-Standort)
19:00 Ökologie in Aktion, Grüne Akademie
19:30 13. Grazer Hörsaal Slam, Universität Graz
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Musik - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Lendwirbel in der Scherbe, Cafe Scherbe
16:00 Lendwirbel Santa Lucia Bühne, Lendplatz
18:00 Gang and Friends, Orpheum
19:00 All Things Swing, Postgarage
19:00 Jodler-Tankstelle, Harmonikazentrum
19:30 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Gösser Bräu
19:30 Schlafes Bruder, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
20:00 Blue Gecko, Das Wieltsch
20:00 Christof RESSI Project & Szilard BENES Duo, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 Dreamliner , Stockwerk
20:00 Riffs & Rocks 2016, Generalmusikdirektion
20:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Cafè Morgans (vormals Susi Rust)
20:00 WanDeRer, ISOP
21:00 Jazz-Stammtisch im Babenbergerhof, Babenbergerhof
21:00 Laura Gibson (USA) & Julian Nantes (A), Forum Stadtpark
21:30 Jam Session, Cafe Phönix
22:00 Domnacht VI, Dom im Berg
Dienstag, 19.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 19.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 RaDeschnig, Theatercafe
Samstag, 16.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 16.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Die spanische Fliege, Albertussaal
19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Dialogues sereins et extatiques - glasklare und trunkene Unterhaltungen., Forum Stadtpark
20:00 Dunkel lockende Welt, dramagraz
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Schönste Zeit, Brauhaus Puntigam
Samstag, 9.4.2016
Führungen - 09.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Jörg-Martin Willnauer, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 20.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 20.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
11:00 Die Henne Henriette, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Wenn das Gefecht zu Ende ist …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 Die Henne Henriette, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Berni Wagner, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 17.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 17.04.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
18:00 Die spanische Fliege, Albertussaal
18:00 tanz schri (f) tt weise, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - Minoritensaal
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
Sonntag, 20.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 20.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 10. Grazer Kunsthandwerks-Ostermarkt am Grazer Hauptplatz, Graz
Dienstag, 5.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 05.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Wie wir riechen und was uns dabei beeinflusst, Zentrum für Weiterbildung / Center for Continuing Education
20:00 Ich kehrte heim ins falsche Haus , Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - ImCubus
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 26.04.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 Global Shopping Village, TU - Technische Universität Graz
Donnerstag, 14.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 14.04.2016 :: Programm heute

KÜNSTLERINNEN-PORTRAIT L‘improvisation ne s‘improvise pas., Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
17:00 tag.werk, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 31.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
[ Premiere ] 16:00 Rotkäppchen und der hungrige Wolf, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Freitag, 25.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 25.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Workshop im Apothekenmuseum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
14:00 Tanzworkshop für Kinder in den Osterferien mit Azusa Sato (Tokyo), Das andere Theater
14:30 The Tale of Peter Rabbit - Die Geschichte von Peter Hase, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
16:00 Alice wundert sich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 11.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 11.04.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 Arbeit mit der Öffentlichkeit. 63 Jahre danach. Jochen Gerz, Institut für zeitgenössische Kunst (IZK) der TU Graz
18:00 Musik braucht Freiheit. Die Bassistin und Improvisatorin Joëlle Léandre im Portrait, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
19:00 Lebenslanges Lernen: Zwischen Müssen, Wollen und Können, Universität Graz, Aula
Samstag, 19.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 19.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Komödie: Fast Faust, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Volpone oder der Fuchs, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Aufzeichnungen aus dem Kellerloch, Theater im Keller
20:00 DAS HOHELIED DES ARSCHES. Zwei scheue Diven gehen weit, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
20:00 Warteraum Zukunft, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Montag, 7.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 07.03.2016 :: Programm heute

08:30 Bücherflohmarkt, Universitätsbibliothek Graz
Freitag, 22.4.2016
Führungen - 22.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
15:00 Landschaftsmalerei von Waldmüller bis Thöny , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
16:00 Zwei Häuser - eine Führung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Montag, 4.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
19:00 LITTLE BEANS - BIG TROUBLE mit Ortweinschule-SchülerInnen der 2YHKU Klasse, kunstGarten
19:30 BIODANZA - offene Abende für Beginner, Studio (Praxis) Langbauer - Yoga und Shiatsu
Montag, 4.4.2016
Führungen - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
Samstag, 2.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 02.04.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Alfred Paul Schmidt, edition keiper (neuer Verlags-Standort)
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016, 20:27
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Donnerstag, 24.3.2016
Musik - 24.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Abendmahlsgottesdienst, Grazer Dom
19:00 Zum Abendmahl, Helmut-List-Halle
19:30 Legends' Night mit Rainer Kantz, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Hansi Hinterseer , Stadthalle Graz
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
Samstag, 30.4.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 30.04.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
09:00 Der große große ANNENSTRASS'N FLOHMARKT, Annenstraße | Esperantoplatz - StyriaCenter
10:00 Design-Flohmarkt, MuR - Modernes & Raritäten
15:00 Verkostung: Designmonat Graz Wein, Kaiser-Josef-Platz (Markt)
Montag, 4.4.2016
Musik - 04.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:45 "Merlin" - Das Musical, BG Dreihackengasse
19:00 "Merlin" - Das Musical, BG Dreihackengasse
19:30 Stammtisch für Zither und andere Saiteninstrumente, Gasthaus - Unterm goldenen Dachl
19:45 Jahrhundertwende, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:45 The Informal Thief (A), Cafe Scherbe
Montag, 21.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 21.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
Asyl-Raum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Die Türkei in Marokko?, Reinisch Contemporary
DK, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Gerald Brettschuh, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Jochen Höller, Akademie Graz
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
MESA-EXO, Seddwell Center
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Rainer Possert, Werkstatt-Galerie Kiasma
Schlafsäle ohne morgen. , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Montag, 25.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 25.04.2016 :: Programm heute

fragments - Filmfestival der Menschenrechte, Schubert Kino
Montag, 11.4.2016
Musik - 11.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Kroatischer Liederabend - Wir lernen kroatisch, Harmonikazentrum
20:00 Christoph STIEFEL Septet, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 DEATH HAWKS/ Jigsaw Beggars + Painted Beehive, Bunker
20:00 … delle cose invisibili ... , Minoritensaal
20:45 Michael Lane (USA), Cafe Scherbe
Mittwoch, 9.3.2016
Theater/Tanz - 09.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Double play, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Beziehungsweise, Kunstfreiraum Papierfabrik
20:00 Bunny, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Theater Mobil , Die Brücke
Mittwoch, 23.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 23.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 10. Grazer Kunsthandwerks-Ostermarkt am Grazer Hauptplatz, Graz
Donnerstag, 31.3.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 31.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Filmabend: Sasha Pirker & Lotte Schreiber , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Samstag, 26.3.2016
Führungen - 26.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung mit Schwerpunkt Neue Galerie Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:30 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Samstag, 5.3.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 05.03.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Neue Texte - Lesefest 2016, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - Minoritensaal
[ Eröffnung ] 16:00 Libreria Biblioteca Arca Neueröffnung, Libreria Biblioteca Arca - Buchhandlung und Bibliothek
20:00 Daniel Wisser, Theater im Bahnhof
Dienstag, 29.3.2016
Ausstellungen - 29.03.2016 :: Programm heute

Alf Poier, Kunsthandel Bachlechner - galerie GALERIE
Alf Poier, Literaturhaus
Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Billi Thanner, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Christian Eisenberger, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Constantin Luser, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das Wetter und ich, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
DK, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Don´t Panic It´s Organic , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
EIN I AUS I BLICK |, ORF Steiermark
Enjoying the Fruits of Yugoslavia's Third Way, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
ETWAS SCHMÄLA!, Atelier 12
Florencia Martinez, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
Grundrisse eines Rätsels. Fundstücke aus dem Gerhard Roth-Archiv, Literaturhaus
Gustav Deutsch, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Hanjal Németh, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Hans Kupelwieser, Galerie Leonhard
Harald Mikusch, Galerie Atelier Saeli
Highlights aus 2 steirischen Privatsammlungen, Galerie Remixx
Malerei im Wandel - Die Sammlung Ploner, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Markus Wilfling, Kunsthalle Graz
Marlene Stoisser , Kunsthalle Graz
Menschenbilder 2016, Mariahilferplatz
MESA-EXO, Seddwell Center
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
PART OF THE GAME # 2 in der Kunsthalle Graz, Kunsthalle Graz
Peter Taibinger, Cafe Restaurant Dim Sum
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Sasha Pirker I Lotte Schreiber. FILM, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Shirana Shahbazi, Camera Austria
SIGHS TRAPPED BY LIARS - Sprache in der Kunst , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
simple. die neue einfachheit, designforum Steiermark
STIRB+WERDE, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
[ Eröffnung ] Susane Onic, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Thomas Stimm, Artelier Contemporary
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Freitag, 15.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 15.04.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 EYA Game Jam, FH JOANNEUM Graz
19:00 Filmkunst aus F. , kunstGarten
Montag, 14.3.2016
Grenzenlos - 14.03.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 17:00 Meet4Music, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Sonntag, 6.3.2016, 18:12
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Eröffnung: Landeskulturdirektor Mag. Reinhold Kräter, Amt der OÖ Landesregierung

Ausstellungsdauer: 8. April bis 7. Mai 2016

Finissage: 6. Mai ..
Dienstag, 29.3.2016
Musik - 29.03.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Granada (A), p.p.c
20:00 Jazz Poetry Slam , Stockwerk
20:00 K.I.Z., Orpheum
Mittwoch, 16.3.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 16.03.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Jugend am Werk Frühlingsmarkt 2016, Verschiedene Orte
Samstag, 9.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 09.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Die spanische Fliege, Albertussaal
19:30 Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater, Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Gaslicht, Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
19:30 Halpern&Johnson, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
20:00 Conversion - Nach Afghanistan, Theater am Lend
20:00 Wahr und gut und schön, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
Donnerstag, 21.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 21.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Die Werkstatt des Dichters. Imaginationsräume literarischer Produktion, Literaturhaus
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
17:00 La Guitarra espagňola - die Geschichte der Barockgitarre, Kunstuniversität Graz, Florentinersaal
17:30 Die Namenstage des Mondes, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
18:00 Artist Talk Isabella Kohlhuber, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
18:00 Chaos des Schreibens: Friederike Mayröckers Werkstatt und die Gesetze des Archivs, Literaturhaus
18:00 Mapping the Perceptual Landscape, CUBE-Institut für Elektronische Musik
18:30 Tierische Aliens in der Steiermark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
19:00 Die Bank der Zukunft - die Bank für Gemeinwohl, Afro-Asiatisches Institut
19:00 Emotionale Improvisation, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
19:00 Julia Engelmann , Grazer Congress, Kammermusiksaal
19:00 Ulrike Puntschart, edition keiper (neuer Verlags-Standort)
19:00 Werkvortrag Tina Gregorič, dekleva gregorič arhitekti, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
20:30 Gerhard Balluch liest Vogelgespräche, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 ( Ebene 3)
Montag, 14.3.2016, 13:28
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Samstag, 30.4.2016
Grenzenlos - 30.04.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
14:30 Offene Klasse, Opernhaus
16:00 Fresh Kurse - Gratis Kurse zu DJ, Producing & Video, Kulturzentrum Niesenbergergasse 16
18:00 Vienna Design Week x Diagonale „16, Graz
21:00 Klanglicht 2016, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
Montag, 25.4.2016
Ausstellungen - 25.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
BAODO @ airport, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
Covered by ..., Nil II - Kunstraum + Café
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Elisabeth Kraus, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Fritz Maierhofer, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung des DÖW, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margot Erndt , Pfarre Salvator
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Michael Birnstingl, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Michaela Mayer-Michnay, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Roma.Bildwechsel, Paulinum - Caritas Wohnheim
Tierische 12., Atelier 12
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Walter Köstenbauer, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
X Freunde, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Freitag, 18.3.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 18.03.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Klimaversum, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 La Le Luftschloss, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Ostern-Als Familie die Feste im Kirchenjahr feiern, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
15:30 Die kleine Hexe, Next Liberty
15:30 Kasperl fährt in Urlaub , Kinderfreunde Graz Jakomini
17:00 Die kleine Hexe, Next Liberty
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Donnerstag, 17.3.2016, 16:33

A 6,000-year-old monument in Gower will host a day of events to mark the arrival of the spring equinox on Saturday. Visitors to Parc le Breos Burial Chamber, a Neolithic tomb in the care of the Welsh Government's historic environment service Cadw, will be able to get hands-on with heritage during the site's pen day , then take a tour of the night sky during the evening's ticketed stargazing session .

Samstag, 2.4.2016, 19:44
The Department of Archaeology at York University, which hosts the ADS, has been given a Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education. Introduced following the 40th Anniversary of the Queen's reign in 1992, the prizes, which rank alongside the Queen's Awards for Industry are awarded biennially for 'work of exceptional quality and of broad benefit either nationally or internationally'. This is the fifth to be conferred on the university in 15 years, only the second time it has been awarded to a whole Department.
Donnerstag, 17.3.2016, 18:20
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Montag, 28.3.2016, 04:18

DOHA: Qatar Museums yesterday opened a training programme for GCC archaeologists on the techniques of making tools and weapons in the Stone Age. Under the patronage of its Chairperson H E Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the workshop is organised in response to a recommendation from the 16th GCC Meeting of Archaeology & Museums Undersecretaries, held in Doha last year.

Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 15:55

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On Wednesday 2 March 2016 Wessex Archaeology’s Lucy Dawson and Jessica Tibber ran a stand at the popular business event ‘Apprenticeships: Be Inspired’ in Sheffield city centre; organised by Skills Made Easy, a programme funded by the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership. Over 750 school leavers and 60 businesses from across the South Yorkshire region were in attendance, including prominent national companies such as Amey, Keepmoat Homes, CITB, and TATA Steel. It was a chance to inspire this year’s school leavers and gauge future interest in the potential for Wessex Archaeology to start up an apprenticeship scheme of its own.
 
The event was a great success, with many visitors to the Wessex stand and a number of genuinely interested 16–18 year olds keen to embark on a career in the Heritage sector or archaeology specifically. It was particularly useful to be able to talk with the career advisors who accompanied the students, and answer their questions on what they should do when approached by a student who wants to be an archaeologist.
 
 
 

Freitag, 29.1.2016
Three years of work has gone into creating a true-to-life replica of renowned Stone Age cave paintings in southwestern France, and the 46 segments are ready to be transported and...
Sonntag, 3.4.2016, 06:40

That's a trick question: you can't go back in time. Alas! But you can come close by participating in the state's annual archaeological field schools, helping excavations at a Native American site in Holderness that dates back at least 2,000 years, or among the cellar holes of a long-departed industrial complex in Livermore Falls State Park.

Freitag, 22.4.2016, 19:51
Arun Ganesh has created an interactive multilingual map of India using Mapbox and OpenStreetMap data. OpenStreetMap India allows users to switch the language of map labels between seven different languages.

The map was created using Overpass Turbo to download the map label data for Indian towns and cities. The map label layers were then created from the data in Mapbox Studio. You can read more



Mittwoch, 23.3.2016, 12:30

The final aim of the project, which is worth BGN 1.6 M, is to establish an archaeological centre with an open-air museum. Archaeologists are expecting to find remains and treasures of noblemen from the Odrysian tribe, with their hopes being particularly high as the mound has not been subject to looting.

Freitag, 18.3.2016, 00:59

Yet this tarnished picture is perpetuated through films like Jesus Christ Superstar , The Last Temptation of Christ , The Passion of the Christ , The Da Vinci Code and most recently, Risen , a new Columbia Pictures film starring Joseph Fiennes. The most likely reason Mary is called "The Magdalene" is that she was from Magdala, a thriving fishing town on the coast of Galilee.

Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 13:48

Archaeologists uncovered a slab of stone containing rare text in the ancient language of Etruscan north of Florence, Italy, on the Poggio Colla site. Michael Thomas, professor and director of UT's Center for the Study of Ancient Italy, is co-director of the Mugello Valley Archaeological Project where the slab was found, and has been working on this site for 21 years.

Montag, 18.4.2016, 12:40

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Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society Conference, Devizes (Saturday 16 April)

Over 200 people filled the Corn Exchange – an ideal venue − to hear an excellent range of talks covering archaeological work in the county over the past year.
 
There were no less than five presentations involving Wessex Archaeology projects: Si Cleggett and Martin Brown on Bulford/Larkhill, Phil Andrews and Jan Dando on Mother Anthony’s Well, Rachael Seager Smith and Alistair Barclay on Roman burials from Amesbury (Boscombe) Down, and Phil Harding on the ‘beast’ of a flint core from West Kennet near Avebury (see video below). 
 
The day was rounded off by Richard Osgood with a characteristically amusing description of the Operation Nightingale/Wessex Archaeology project on the Netheravon barrow, followed by a visit to the museum to see the enormous urn and wonderful finds now on temporary display there.
 
Rachel Brown looked after a very busy Wessex Archaeology stand with some nice up-to-date display panels, sold new publications and gave away old − which meant the van went back a lot lighter than when it came! 
 
This must be one of the best attended and consistently good and enjoyable county conferences in the country – book early next year to avoid disappointment!
 
Click on the link below to watch the video of the drawing of the ‘beast’ of a flint core from West Kennet near Avebury.
 
 
 
 

Freitag, 25.3.2016, 19:18

Syrian government forces recaptured a Mamluk-era citadel in Palmyra from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria on Friday, Syrian state media and monitoring groups said, as the fierce battle for control of the historic town entered its third day. Syrian and Russian warplanes struck at least 56 targets inside ISIS-held areas of the city and pro-government militias supported the army's advance, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based monitoring group.

Freitag, 25.3.2016, 06:38

Research has determined nine historic cannons displayed for the past 60 years at a recreated French and Indian War fort in upstate New York were originally aboard a British warship that sank in the Florida Keys in the 18th century, according to an underwater archaeologist who led the project. Joseph Zarzynski, of Wilton, New York, said a study of all 68 cannons at Fort William Henry found that some if not all of the nine iron cannons likely came from HMS Looe, a British warship that sank after hitting a reef in 1744.

Freitag, 25.3.2016, 02:29

In a 2001 file photo, archeologist Steve Schwartz shows a rock grinding bow, one of many Indian artifacts found during excavations on San Nicolas Island. In a 2001 file photo, archeologist Steve Schwartz holds a fishhook made out of abalone found during excavations on San Nicolas Island.

Samstag, 26.3.2016, 11:32

A recent archaeological discovery in the United Kingdom offers a fascinating glimpse into life in the Anglo-Saxon era. In an unassuming Lincolnshire village field, local resident Graham Vickers uncovered an 8th century silver stylus using a metal detector.

Montag, 18.4.2016, 12:00

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Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 19:07

PETER.WILLOTT@STAUGUSTINE.COM St. Augustine City Archaeologist Carl Halbirt stands inside an early 19th century coquina well found on the site of the demolished Milltop Tavern, on St. George Street in St. Augustine on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. Halbirt thinks the coquina well was dug for a residence in about 1800 to 1830.

Dienstag, 29.3.2016, 20:07

Langdysse (Long Barrow) in København
Freitag, 11.3.2016, 16:12

The bleak and tawny desert of southern Iraq is a strange place to find dark tropical wood. Even stranger, this sliver of ebony-no longer than a little finger-came from distant India 4,000 years ago.

Sonntag, 17.4.2016, 10:16

The Sword of Goujian is an archaeological artifact of the Spring and Autumn Period found in 1965 in Hubei, China . Renowned for its sharpness and resistance to tarnish , this historical artifact of ancient China is currently in the possession of the Hubei Provincial Museum.

Donnerstag, 24.3.2016, 12:19
Know Your Place - Bristol is a great collection of vintage maps of the English city of Bristol. However Know Your Place is also so much more than just a collection of vintage maps. It also provides a wealth of media and information about the city's past.

If you are here for the vintage maps then you need to select the 'Basemaps' option in the map sidebar. The map itself includes a slide



Mittwoch, 30.3.2016, 04:36

And what he finds, he wants to show off, but a show like the Stone Age Fair in September - which his club, the Loveland Archaeology Society Inc., puts on every year for the past 75 years - is a little too big.

Samstag, 12.3.2016, 07:53

18, 2013 shows a volunteer adjusting a students gas mask and protective suit during a session on reacting to a chemical weapons attack, in Aleppo, Syria. . FILE - In this file photo taken on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, Russian air force pilots assisted by ground crew climb into their fighter jet at Hemeimeem airbase, Syria.

Mittwoch, 30.3.2016, 20:23
Marine magnetic surveying has become a standard technique for mapping the location of ferrous material on the seabed. The aim of the project was to acquire a better understanding of magnetic data and thus develop our ability to interpret these data with increased confidence.
Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 03:59

The Peregrine Audubon Society will present Chris Lloyd on the Archaeology of Lake and Colusa Counties at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 15, in the Ukiah City Council Chambers, 300 Seminary Ave. Lloyd, the archaeologist and cultural resources specialist for the Bureau of Land Management in Ukiah, will discuss the prehistory of the North Coast Ranges . This period ranges from semi-nomadic hunter-gatherers of the Pleistocene all the way into the Upper Emergent period, when Westerners of European descent appropriated aboriginal lands.

Mittwoch, 30.3.2016, 21:24
Fans of USA Network's science fiction television series 'Colony' can explore the near-future dystopian Los Angeles portrayed in the show in an interactive map of the city.

Colony TV allows you to explore the city of LA under the military occupation of the Colony Transitional Authority. Using the map you can explore locations featured in the Colony television series and you can also help the



Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 16:37

There are clues in bits of stone and broken pottery about how the first Americans lived thousands of years ago.

Montag, 18.4.2016, 15:56
Montag, 11.4.2016, 10:53

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov unveiled the completely renovated archaeological reserve Deultum near the village of Debelt in the municipality of Sredets on Sunday. All artifacts which have been found on the territory of the archaeological reserve are exhibited in the newly-constructed museum.

Freitag, 8.4.2016, 01:39

The Israeli Archaeology Council has warned that the government's plans to build a second Reform prayer space at the southern end of the Kotel will irrevocably ruin the finds in the area of the Southern Wall Archaeological Gardens and Robinson's Arch. In a letter sent to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, Culture Minister Miri Regev , and Executive Director of the Israel Antiquities Authority Israel Hasson, the Archaeology Council warned the link to Jewish history will be ruined by construction of a new large prayer platform over the Southern Wall excavations.

Montag, 14.3.2016, 20:05

Local railroad enthusiasts may want to make the trip to Waban later this week for the latest program from the Massachusetts Bay Railroad Enthusiasts. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. discovered and excavated an historic railroad locomotive maintenance facility in downtown Salem in 2011-2013.

Montag, 21.3.2016, 22:47

Above are views from yesterday's 4:00 p.m. media conference. Below is the link to WDRB's story.

Donnerstag, 31.3.2016, 13:55

Archaeologists and cultural organizations have turned to 3D modeling to rebuild world heritage sites destroyed by Islamic State militants. Using dozens of photographs, they're able to create computer models of the ancient structures.

Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 17:38

They had no idea four buildings and a range of artefacts, dating from the 14th and 15th centuries, were buried next to the carriageway. Kevin Mooney and Warren Bailie are part of an archaeological team hired by Transport Scotland to examine the area earmarked for the motorway extension.

Freitag, 12.2.2016
In the Nefud Desert of northern Saudi Arabia, large sandstone outcrops diverted the flow of sand, allowing lakes and marshes to form several times in the past, and evidence has...
Sonntag, 10.4.2016, 10:00

The Wairau Bar, 10 kilometres east of Blenheim, is the birthplace of New Zealand and one of the most significant archaeological sites in the world, its kaitiaki says. Rangitane member and guardian of the site Wayne Abbott lived on the Wairau Bar for decades and is working with University of Otago researchers to understand its history.

Freitag, 4.3.2016, 20:34

Archaeologists want to pay another visit this summer to a more than 200-year-old shipwreck near Sitka in a push to uncover more clues about what caused it to run aground.

Montag, 7.3.2016, 16:40

Several clues provide hints about the graves' occupants. Not only are the individuals' faces oriented toward Mecca, a holy city for Muslims, but the shape of the grave is reminiscent of other Muslim burials, the researchers said.

Freitag, 22.4.2016, 15:33
Mittwoch, 27.1.2016
A 7,000-year-old defensive wall from the Copper Age has been discovered at a prehistoric settlement mound near Hotnitsa, in north central Bulgaria. The palisade was made of wooden pillars 40...
Freitag, 4.3.2016, 16:24

Local Island resident Capt. Lynn Danaher is coordinating a very special trip and expedition to Easter Island May 1 -11 2016.

Donnerstag, 7.4.2016, 11:04

The New Hampshire Archeological Society, in partnership with the New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources and the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, are sharing the field's broad range of study, hoping to unearth interest in discoveries and possibilities both here in the Granite State and across the globe.

Montag, 25.4.2016, 17:26
Der Tagesspiegel has created an interactive map which allows you to compare how Berlin looks today with how it looked back in 1928. The map uses aerial imagery of Berlin taken in 1928 and 2015.

Berlin 1928 und Heute allows you to swipe back and forth between the historical aerial imagery of Berlin and aerial imagery of the city today. The map also includes a tour of some locations in the city



Montag, 25.4.2016, 11:26

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Over recent weeks much of my work has revolved around the upcoming dive season and finds reported to us through the dredging protocols. As a recreational dive instructor I have had very little dealings with surface supply equipment or even full-face masks. So being able to shadow Dive Superintendent Graham Scott while checking, maintaining and testing the dive equipment was an excellent chance to gain knowledge about the equipment itself. After checking over the voice communications, video feed and obviously air supply, we serviced the Kirby Morgan switching blocks with nice clean, new O rings. After this we had an external test of the dive kit, and once again I was given the chance to shadow while this was taking place. So while I still have very limited dives in a full-face mask, and none in surface supply kit, I now have a far improved knowledge of the equipment, that others will be using over the upcoming dive season, and hopefully get a few dives in full-face masks myself over the season. 
 
As mentioned previously, other work that I have been undertaking includes the latest discoveries reported through the Marine Aggregate Industry Protocol for the Reporting of Finds of Archaeological Interest. I have completed the reports for quite a lot of these now (so go and read them!), and I have noticed an improvement in my own abilities in artefact identification, report writing and organisational skills. All of the current finds reported through the Protocol are uploaded to the RSS feed as soon as possible, and then single page wharf reports are distributed among the wharf and vessel staff, as well as the Receiver of Wreck, Historic England, local HERs and The Crown Estate. 
 
I have also completed my first two solo field trips since my last blog. The first was delivering archaeological timbers to a student at Bournemouth University to aid in their research for their Master’s thesis. And the second being a trip to Portsmouth, where the channel is being deepened. The aim of the visit was to undertake Quay Side Archaeological Monitoring. 
 
 

Sonntag, 13.3.2016, 15:13

This undated photo released Aug. 25, 2015, file photo on a social media site used by Islamic State militants, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows smoke from the detonation of the 2,000-year-old temple of Baalshamin in Syria's ancient caravan city of Palmyra. This undated photo released Aug. 25, 2015, file photo on a social media site used by Islamic State militants, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, shows smoke from the detonation of the 2,000-year-old temple of Baalshamin in Syria's ancient caravan city of Palmyra.

Freitag, 11.3.2016, 00:48

A sonar image as crisp as an etching aided divers who worked in poor visibility on a North Carolina shipwreck believed to be a Civil War blockade runner. "We are adept at groping and feeling along and measuring stuff that way, said underwater archaeologist Billy Ray Morris, who monitored the divers from a boat.

Freitag, 1.4.2016, 23:04

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Montag, 4.4.2016, 20:30
The OSM Global Noise Pollution Map uses OpenStreetMap data to map the levels of noise pollution across the world. At the heart of the OSM Global Noise Pollution Map is the very clever but simple idea of assigning noise pollution levels based on OpenStreetMap tags.

Map features in OpenStreetMap are assigned a tag to describe what has been mapped. These tags can also be assigned a value. For



Sonntag, 3.4.2016, 01:24

UConn's Breanna Stewart is The Associated Press Player of the Year in women's college basketball for a record third time.

Freitag, 25.3.2016, 15:04

Syrian state media and opposition activists say heavy fighting is underway between government troops and Islamic State militants on the outskirts of Palmyra, with the two sides exchanging artillery and gunfire. The historic town in central Syria has been controlled by the extremist Islamic State group since May. The militants have destroyed and blown up some of its most famous archaeological relics.

Montag, 2.5.2016, 20:02
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • An ancient shrine in Pakistan reveals Buddhist sculpture depicting Siddhartha
    (details)

  • A rare example of Etruscan religious writing may provide evidence of a little-known culture
    (details)

  • Island builders in south Florida responded to climate change, says a new interdisciplinary study
    (details)

  • Mosaic from the Roman city of Antioch reminds us of the good things in life
    (details)


Sonntag, 17.4.2016, 19:10

Archaeologists have offered a grim assessment of the damage wrought by Islamic State militants to a museum in the Syrian city of Palmyra, suggesting it is far more extensive than was first thought. The museum itself was destroyed and some of its most distinctive statues were shattered by the Muslim extremists during the 10 months that ISIS controlled the town before being expelled last month.

Dienstag, 22.3.2016, 07:21

Dr. Elizabeth Moore, Virginia Museum of Natural History Curator of Archaeology, holds a tube which keeps safe and holds identification for a tiny glass trade bead.

Mittwoch, 2.3.2016
Archaeology in the United States of America is sometimes conducted in an unusual way. In this instance the archaeologists were working for a commercial organisation known as Logan Simpson who,...
Mittwoch, 16.3.2016, 11:33

Iron hardware is among the material retrieved from the bottom of Buckeye Lake near Black Diamond Point. The wreckage seems consistent with the Black Diamond, a 50-foot, coal-hauling canalboat that sank in 1850, said Ian Nickey, spokesman for the Buckeye Lake dam reconstruction.

Montag, 11.4.2016, 19:05

Archaeologists have identified what they believe is the earliest archaeological evidence of the consumption of tea: plant remains in two tombs excavated in Tibet and Chang'an, today called Xi'an, a city that marks the beginning of the Silk Road in northern China. The finds contain traces of caffeine and theanine - substances particularly characteristic of tea.

Sonntag, 10.4.2016, 16:08

State archaeologists are criticizing Confederate treasure hunters for a dig at a plantation site in Southside Virginia during the shooting of a television series last year.

Mittwoch, 16.3.2016, 05:23

Becca Brinsky, a bartender at Groggs Traditional Irish Pub in Clovis, Calif., demonstrates how to make an Irish Car Bomb drink. 'Chopped' judge Alex Guarnaschelli shows how to roast cauliflower like she does at her Driftwood Room at the Nautilus Hotel in South Beach, Fla.

Dienstag, 12.4.2016, 14:49

Israeli mathematicians and archaeologists say they have found evidence to suggest that key biblical texts may have been composed earlier than what some scholars think. Using handwriting analysis technology similar to that employed by intelligence agencies and banks to analyze signatures, a Tel Aviv University team determined that a famous hoard of ancient Hebrew inscriptions, dated to around 600 BC, were written by at least six different authors.

Freitag, 11.3.2016, 03:54

In April 2003, almost the entire collection of ancient cylinder seals was stolen from the Iraq Museum in Baghdad - and it remains missing. In the chaotic, violent April of 2003, as US tanks rolled into Baghdad, the Iraq Museum was broken into and pillaged.

Samstag, 16.4.2016, 12:18

The RSU 20 Board of Directors will hold a meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 26 at the Stockton Springs town hall. It is my understanding that our school budget is going down, but our share is going up.

Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 11:48

A shipwreck discovered years ago off the coast Oman is believed to be part of the fleet of 16th century Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama, according to a recent study. The wreckage was first discovered in 1998 off the coast of Al Hallaniyah Island in the Arabian Sea, but an archaeological excavation to reveal more about the sunken ship has taken place over the last three years, an interim report published in the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology says.

Dienstag, 12.4.2016, 13:41

The 12-centimeter high statue confiscated by the PA is a sculpture of King Herod's lover valued at nearly a million dollars. The Palestinian Preventive Security Services arrested Monday night three Palestinians who tried to smuggle an ancient statue of King Herod's lover from the West Bank city of Tulkarm into Israel.

Dienstag, 8.3.2016, 15:06

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International Women’s Day:
In February, I was invited to give a talk at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) to third year students about my experience working in commercial archaeology and my role as a heritage consultant. This year marks my 14th year as a professional archaeologist and I really wanted to give a well-rounded, fair and balanced opinion my time in time in the industry. I wasn’t sure, however, whether I should draw on my experience as woman in the profession. Was it something I really needed to talk about in 2016? And is there anything actually to say about this topic? I informally canvassed opinion from my fellow female colleagues and the answer was firm yes, I should. So, I did. 
 
The talk I gave, the themes of which I have summarised below, are based on my own observations, experiences and anecdotes from female colleagues. 
 
As a woman, I don’t believe I have ever encountered direct discrimination within archaeology. That is not to say, however, that have not had issues when working on site with other, non-archaeological, contractors (who are almost always male). As a woman on site, behaviour from my fellow site workers tend to vary being plain scared or bewildered by my presence, to treating me with supreme reverence, and unfortunately, in some cases, trying to deliberately embarrass me with language which would make a docker blush. Colleagues have reported that they feel a lack of respect for their opinions from contractors, and a sense that they have to go the extra mile before they are listened to. The general consensus, however, was that such behaviour tends to settle down after a day or so when they become accustomed to the presence of women. 
 
So, what about the role of women within archaeology itself? Our involvement in the subject goes back a long way, with the likes of Gertrude Bell (also known as the Mother of Mesopotamian), born in the mid-19th century, although our numbers have always been dwarfed in comparison to men. However, there we were, making a difference and contributing actively to development of the subject, and leaving a lasting legacy. 
 
And where do we stand now in the 21st century? It is worth remembering that commercial archaeology is a comparatively young profession (being born in the 1990s with the changing of planning policy guidance), and as such we are trying to grow up fast. Figures collated for the Profiling the Profession (IFA 2003) reveal that in 2002–3 just 36% of the profession were female, although by 2007–8 this had risen to 41% (IFA 2008). The stats would suggest that the profession is moving the right direction, and I am waiting with interest for up to date statistics to see how they look.
 
Matters such as equality and diversity are difficult ones for all industries and professions to tackle. Men still appear to outnumber women significantly when I attend meetings with people from other disciplines. Female archaeologists are also not immune from factors which impact on all working women, especially with those with families. Flexible working arrangements for field archaeologists is not, and cannot practically, be provided, and those wishing to take career breaks will encounter the same problems as others when trying to re-enter the work force after time out. 
 
I’m aware that the above sounds very much like doom and gloom. But I think we have lots of reasons to be positive. Women are staying in the profession and climbing up the ladder in greater numbers, including up to the most senior positions within the largest companies in the UK (including Wessex Archaeology). Commercial archaeology is so much more than just field work and there are opportunities for both men and women who are juggling family and careers to have role which can provide some level of flexible working. Discrimination on grounds of gender within our own industry seems to be limited and men and women used to mixing and working alongside one another as equals on site. And with the continuing focus on issues such as Equality and Diversity across the construction industry more widely, problems we encounter when working with other contractors will hopefully become a thing of the past. It certainly would be a nice thing to see archaeology actively helping push the agenda forward so in the future it is not a topic which even needs to raised. 
 
By Alex Grassam
 

Sonntag, 27.3.2016, 20:09
In the year 1 C.E. the population of planet Earth was around 170 million. It is expected to reach 10 billion by the year 2100. You can
explore the history of this world-wide population growth from 1 C.E. to 2050 on World Population : An Interactive Experience.

World Population : An Interactive Experience is a world map and timeline which visualizes global population trends over the last two



Sonntag, 28.2.2016, 17:49
Montag, 11.4.2016, 04:38

The director of Russia's renowned Hermitage Museum, which has an important collection of sculptures from Palmyra, has offered its expertise to help restore the ancient Syrian city retaken by President Bashar al-Assad's forces from the Islamic State group. "Restoring Palmyra is the responsibility of all of us," said Mikhail Piotrovsky, surrounded by displays of tomb stones, sculptures and coins from Palmyra at the museum in Saint Petersburg.

Dienstag, 3.5.2016, 09:20

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A three-year project designed to locate previously unknown maritime archaeological sites on Scotland’s west coast has just been completed by a team from Wessex Archaeology Coastal & Marine based in Edinburgh. Project SAMPHIRE, which was carried out in partnership with the Flinders University of South Australia and funded by The Crown Estate, has resulted in the discovery of over a hundred new maritime archaeological sites from Cape Wrath to the Solway Firth.
 
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The project worked by harnessing local knowledge about possible sites in the marine environment, with the archaeologists talking directly to harbour masters, scallop divers, recreational divers, fishermen and local residents all along the west coast of the Scottish mainland. After checking any reported locations against existing records, the most promising of the sites were visited by teams of volunteer and professional archaeological divers.
 
Over the three years of fieldwork (2013–2015) the project has led to the discovery of more than 100 maritime archaeological sites, including metal and wooden shipwrecks, flying boats and other aircraft, cannons, cannonballs, ancient anchors, prehistoric coastal sites, as well as more recent sites such as 20th-century fishing vessels. Among the highlights was the recording of a group of previously unreported World War II flying boats in the Firth of Lorn.
 
The project results include over 40 new shipwreck sites including a dozen wrecks on the seabed for which there are confirmed or probable identifications. These 18th, 19th and 20th-century wrecks reported by divers include the Yemassee (an American cargo ship lost in 1859), the schooner Medora (lost in 1860), the Falcon, a previously unlocated paddle steamer built in 1860 and lost in 1867 with great loss of life, the Lady Middleton (a schooner lost in 1868), the Iris (a brig lost in 1874), the Lord Bangor (a wooden ship lost in 1894), the Cathcartpark (a steamship lost in 1912 near Iona), the Hersilla (an armed iron naval yacht lost in 1916), the SS Viscount (lost in 1924), the Sheila (an early MacBrayne ferry built in 1904 and sunk in 1927), the Mafeking (a salvage vessel lost in attempts to recover the Sheila), the SS George A. West (a wooden steam trawler lost in 1927), the Carrigart (a steam drifter lost in 1933) and the Thalia (a steam yacht lost in 1942).
 
Project SAMPHIRE stands for Scottish Atlantic Maritime Past: Heritage, Investigation, Research and Education.
 
 
 
Associated pages

Donnerstag, 24.3.2016, 15:26

Rock Art in County Durham. A sloping rock surface located just outside the military area of Battle Hill, near the Pennine Way. Most of the motifs are in poor condition, but a rosette with four cup-marks inside a ring is still clearly distinguishable.
Dienstag, 5.4.2016, 10:54

The director of Russia's renowned Hermitage Museum, which has an important collection of sculptures from Palmyra, has offered its expertise to help restore the ancient Syrian city retaken by President Bashar al-Assad's forces from the Islamic State group. "Restoring Palmyra is the responsibility of all of us," Mikhail Piotrovsky told AFP, surrounded by displays of tombstones, sculptures and coins from Palmyra at the museum in St. Petersburg.

Freitag, 1.4.2016, 14:20

The slave cemetery at Belle Grove Plantation obtained its own signage last year and ties into a new exhibit focused on slavery at the historical site. Photo courtesy of Kristen Laise Kristen Laise, Belle Grove's executive director, said the six new exhibit panels on display in the house are the product of archaeological and archival research performed recently.

Mittwoch, 20.4.2016, 10:00

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After six years of growth Wessex Archaeology’s Sheffield team have outgrown our offices and taken on new space elsewhere within the historic shovel works that is Sheaf Bank Business Park. This last year in particular has seen unprecedented levels of work for the northern team, and our work across the breadth of England and Wales led to a turnover of close to £4 million for 2015. 
 
We’ve recruited additional admin and logistics staff to support the growing office, and with 2016 looking to be just as busy we expect more new faces soon. With the team now numbering 60 our existing meetings room has been claimed for additional desk space, but our growth is to our neighbours’ benefit – our new meetings room is available for hire at very reasonable rates!
 
 
 

Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 04:25

These are two coins from the ninth century, part of a Viking hoard found by a prospector in Watlington. Note the coin on the left bears Ceolwulf's name , and the one on the right bears Alfred's .

Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 00:22

Anne Bromberg lives in many worlds, long ago and far away, as durable as time yet as relevant as tomorrow. Steeped at Harvard in classical art and archaeology, she has expanded her scope at the Dallas Museum of Art to embrace India, China, Japan and much that's in between.

Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 08:37

As the war in Syria enters its sixth year with no clear end in sight, here is a glance on what has been the cost of the war: DEAD AND WOUNDED " There are no reliably precise statistics on the number of people killed in Syria's war due to an inability to monitor on the ground. According to the U.N., over 250,000 people have been killed and well over a million wounded.

Samstag, 16.4.2016, 16:52

Experts back from assessing damage at the museum in Palmyra offered grim new details Saturday about the extent of the destruction caused by the Islamic State group during the 10 months it ruled the ancient town. The museum was trashed and some of its best-known artifacts and statues were smashed by the extremists, who cut off the heads and hands of statues and demolished others before being driven out last month.

Mittwoch, 2.3.2016, 12:14
Montag, 7.3.2016, 20:40

The Israel Antiquities Authority announced Monday that archaeologists have found two seals in Jerusalem inscribed with Hebrew names and dating to the time of the First Temple, which was described in the Bible as constructed by King Solomon. One of the 2,500-year-old seals, made of semi-precious stone, bears the name "Elihana bat Gael," a Jewish woman, which historians consider to be a very rare find.

Montag, 21.3.2016, 22:47

Analysis of a bear bone found in an Irish cave has provided evidence of human existence in Ireland 2,500 years earlier than previously thought, academics announced Sunday. For decades, the earliest evidence of human life in Ireland dated from B.C. 8,000.

Sonntag, 3.4.2016, 05:37

The face of a statue lies on the ground at the destroyed museum in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra on March 31. Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images A week after Syrian government forces seized the ancient city of Palmyra from the Islamic State, soldiers, engineers and archaeologists are tallying up the damage done to the ancient city. Visiting the site on Friday, journalists from Associated Press said the modern town of Palmyra is "completely deserted," and the nearby archaeological site full of treasured monuments reduced to rubble.

Freitag, 15.4.2016, 22:12

Suad Keserovic poses as he measures a stone ball in Podubravlje village near Zavidovici, Bosnia and Herzegovina April 11, 2016. A row of huge stones stood some 4,000 years ago just two miles from Stonehenge, dwarfing the iconic stone circle.

Sonntag, 3.4.2016, 17:06

The heavily studied yet largely unexplained disappearance of ancestral Pueblo people from southwest Colorado is "the most vexing and persistent question in Southwestern archaeology," according to the New York Times. But it's not all that unique, say Washington State University scientists.

Mittwoch, 9.3.2016, 14:30

Saturday, March 19, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Mummification workshops, ancient Egyptian hieroglyph classes, an 'Animals of Egypt' guided family tour, presentations by Egyptologists, archaeologists and archivists, Egyptian belly dancing, game and craft stations with distinctly ancient Egyptian themes-it's all part of Egyptomania!-and it takes over the Penn Museum Saturday March 19, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Egyptomania! takes place in and around the Museum's world-renowned ancient Egyptian galleries, featuring monumental elements of an ancient Egyptian palace, a 13-ton Sphinx, and art and artifacts representing 5,000 years of Egyptian culture.

Montag, 4.4.2016, 18:09

Eli Orrvar is an archaeology graduate student at Northern Illinois University. He's working with homestead director Rob Glover to explore the history of the barn.

Freitag, 11.3.2016, 12:06

As reported by Hyperallergic , the drama began last month when a couple of artists allegedly used the Microsoft peripheral to scan the bust of Queen Nefertiti, a highly esteemed Egyptian artifact held at the Neues Museum in Berlin. This was done without the museum's permission, mind you, as it's the museum's prize gem and off limits to photographers.

Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 19:10
The Washington Post has been looking at the uneven recovery in the housing market since its collapse in 2004. What they have found is that although the market has largely recovered it is the wealthy who are benefiting, while poorer and minority neighborhoods are lagging behind.

The Post's report America's Great Housing Divide is accompanied by an interactive map which allows you to see how



Montag, 7.3.2016, 10:31

Ancient Origins March 6 2016 The Legacy of Armenia: Trade, Metallurgy, and Forging of Precious Metals of the Ancient World by Lilit Mkhitaryan Since ancient times, demand for metals has been a big part of commercial exchange between countries separated by great distance. The Armenian Highland is situated between the Anatolian and Iranian plateau, and has played a significant role in ancient times in metal casting and processing.

Mittwoch, 9.3.2016, 17:35

He monitors city projects big and small: putting in a new street sign, fixing a water line, installing a new storm drain. The city hired him in May to not only document and preserve cultural artifacts, but to make sure the city complies with state and federal laws.

Mittwoch, 16.3.2016, 20:19

On Sat., March 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Apalachicola National Research Reserve Nature Center , 108 Island Drive in Eastpoint will offer a free program on Panhandle archeology.

Dienstag, 8.3.2016, 06:11

"The danger of Judaizing Al-Quds grew following Israeli violations," Abbas said according to Israel's NRG news site , using the Arabic name for Jerusalem. Speaking at a summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation gathered in Jakarta, Indonesia, in support of the Palestinians, Abbas also accused Israel of engaging in " aggression " against holy sites in Jerusalem and building in areas he described as Palestinian territories.

Donnerstag, 31.3.2016, 16:55

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The amazing ship discovery beneath the floor of the Wheelwright’s Shop at Chatham Historic Dockyard, identified as HMS Namur, was launched this month 260 years ago
 
The Namur was a Second Rate ship-of-the-line (90 guns) launched in 1756. Namur had a distinguished service career and fought in several significant naval actions during the Seven Years War and Napoleonic Wars. The ship also has a range of significant associations: Charles Austen the brother of the famous author Jane Austen was Captain of the Namur in 1811, and James Alexander Gordon who was Superintendent at Chatham Dockyard between 1832 and 1837 served as an officer on Namur during the Napoleonic War. Further Olaudah Equiano one of the earliest authors of an African slave memoire served on Namur during the Seven Years War. 
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 16.3.2016, 17:11

Wararam Cave Historical place is a limestone cave below the impressive cliff in the western part of the Surat Thani province of Thailand - region of exceptional geological rock formations. According an information board, the four-compartment cave was inhabited since the Neolithic Age.
Dienstag, 8.3.2016, 15:06

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International Women’s Day:
In February, I was invited to give a talk at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) to third year students about my experience working in commercial archaeology and my role as a heritage consultant. This year marks my 14th year as a professional archaeologist and I really wanted to give a well-rounded, fair and balanced opinion my time in time in the industry. I wasn’t sure, however, whether I should draw on my experience as woman in the profession. Was it something I really needed to talk about in 2016? And is there anything actually to say about this topic? I informally canvassed opinion from my fellow female colleagues and the answer was firm yes, I should. So, I did. 
 
The talk I gave, the themes of which I have summarised below, are based on my own observations, experiences and anecdotes from female colleagues. 
 
As a woman, I don’t believe I have ever encountered direct discrimination within archaeology. That is not to say, however, that have not had issues when working on site with other, non-archaeological, contractors (who are almost always male). As a woman on site, behaviour from my fellow site workers tend to vary being plain scared or bewildered by my presence, to treating me with supreme reverence, and unfortunately, in some cases, trying to deliberately embarrass me with language which would make a docker blush. Colleagues have reported that they feel a lack of respect for their opinions from contractors, and a sense that they have to go the extra mile before they are listened to. The general consensus, however, was that such behaviour tends to settle down after a day or so when they become accustomed to the presence of women. 
 
So, what about the role of women within archaeology itself? Our involvement in the subject goes back a long way, with the likes of Gertrude Bell (also known as the Mother of Mesopotamian), born in the mid-19th century, although our numbers have always been dwarfed in comparison to men. However, there we were, making a difference and contributing actively to development of the subject, and leaving a lasting legacy. 
 
And where do we stand now in the 21st century? It is worth remembering that commercial archaeology is a comparatively young profession (being born in the 1990s with the changing of planning policy guidance), and as such we are trying to grow up fast. Figures collated for the Profiling the Profession (IFA 2003) reveal that in 2002–3 just 36% of the profession were female, although by 2007–8 this had risen to 41% (IFA 2008). The stats would suggest that the profession is moving the right direction, and I am waiting with interest for up to date statistics to see how they look.
 
Matters such as equality and diversity are difficult ones for all industries and professions to tackle. Men still appear to outnumber women significantly when I attend meetings with people from other disciplines. Female archaeologists are also not immune from factors which impact on all working women, especially with those with families. Flexible working arrangements for field archaeologists is not, and cannot practically, be provided, and those wishing to take career breaks will encounter the same problems as others when trying to re-enter the work force after time out. 
 
I’m aware that the above sounds very much like doom and gloom. But I think we have lots of reasons to be positive. Women are staying in the profession and climbing up the ladder in greater numbers, including up to the most senior positions within the largest companies in the UK (including Wessex Archaeology). Commercial archaeology is so much more than just field work and there are opportunities for both men and women who are juggling family and careers to have role which can provide some level of flexible working. Discrimination on grounds of gender within our own industry seems to be limited and men and women used to mixing and working alongside one another as equals on site. And with the continuing focus on issues such as Equality and Diversity across the construction industry more widely, problems we encounter when working with other contractors will hopefully become a thing of the past. It certainly would be a nice thing to see archaeology actively helping push the agenda forward so in the future it is not a topic which even needs to raised. 
 
By Alex Grassam
 

Dienstag, 5.4.2016, 02:34

A Feb. 25, 2016 photo show a closeup of an A-32 bullett contained embedded bone material recovered from the Porvenir Massacre Site in the Texas Big Bend. Recent archaeological work, including analysis of slugs and shell casings found at the scene of the executions, is turning the long-accepted historical narrative of the event on its head.

Freitag, 8.4.2016, 22:08

There were many versions of nirvana within the walls of the Caves of the Thousand Buddhas, close to where the Silk Road began, said archaeologist Professor Sarah Kenderdine. Now one rich family's hopes for the afterlife created more than 1000 years ago in one of these caves has been transported using augmented 3D technology to the Art Gallery of NSW for its new exhibition on the Tang Dynasty, opening on Saturday.

Mittwoch, 2.3.2016
A team of archaeologists from the University of Colorado at Boulder (USA) have been investigating one of the reasons why the giant flightless ancestor of the Emu may have been...
Freitag, 22.4.2016, 13:55

The Last Day: 8.4.16

AM: Labelling

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My small handwriting came in useful, for once, this morning as I was back in the finds lab to label artefacts. With an ink pen I was labelling very small numbers on pieces of pottery and animal bones, although I was very nervous about getting the numbers wrong Erica reassured me that they can always be taken off with acetone. I labelled four bags of pottery and then the two trays that I had washed yesterday. This was another monotonous task that was very enjoyable, although the white ink was a bit of a pain. Because I had finished all the artefacts to be labelled, I was back to washing and brushing a sheep’s teeth. After having seen the human bones yesterday I was very much enjoying washing the sheep bones having a much better knowledge of bone structures in general.

 

PM: Conservation of artefacts

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In the afternoon I met with Lynn, the conservator, whilst initially the idea of the high levels of chemistry involved scared me as I haven’t touched the subject in two years, conservation actually sounds far more interesting that previously perceived. The different types of adhesive and solvent used were quite mind-boggling as these different chemicals can have an overwhelming effect on the preservation of artefacts. After spending the afternoon with Lynn I have a new found appreciation for how complex conservation is. Lynn also showed me several examples of artefacts she has ‘stuck back together’ and artefacts that the on-site teams had to ask her for advice to remove and conserve them straight away as they looked especially important or fragile. Unfortunately, while Lynn’s work was fascinating and wonderfully intricate, I think my chemistry and eye sight is a bit too poor to pursue this path of archaeology.
 

The Overview

There were three decisions that I wanted to be sure on after this week – Was archaeology and anthropology the right degree choice? Should I go to Southampton or Bournemouth? What area of archaeology do I want to focus on when I’m further on into my degree? The answer to those three questions – Yes, yes, yes archaeology was a very good decision. To be honest, if anything I am more confused about what uni I want to go to having been given glowing reviews of both. Osteology, at the moment, is a clear favourite of mine and whilst that may change between now and my latter years of uni, I highly doubt it. So in conclusion I’m overwhelming grateful for this opportunity and am still trying to process everything that I’ve absorbed during my week work experience. Also I’d like to put out that I’m available 24/7 for washing, marking or standing in excavations in an oversized high-vis jacket (if you need that). 
 
I’d like to thank everyone that I worked directly with for being so lovely and patient with me, and for introducing me to many new sections of archaeology that I had previously no idea about; and I’d like to thank everyone around the office for creating such a friendly working environment. Rachel has also been absolutely wonderful and made me feel very safe and welcome, as I’ve stepped hugely out of my comfort zone this week, Rachel made the week very easy and fun. Thank you for giving me this incredible opportunity- I could not be more grateful.
 
By Laura Slow
 
 

Samstag, 12.3.2016, 00:32

Cache of 3,000-year-old weapons unearthed in Arabia: Bronze quiver full of arrows may have been offered to a war-mongering god Bows, arrows, daggers and axes were found scattered within the remains of what is believed to be an ancient religious building. Intriguingly, they are all small-scale models made from metal and are thought to be purely ornamental, perhaps intended an offering to a god of war.

Sonntag, 10.4.2016, 19:14
My favorite map this week was Buzzfeed's Spies in the Skies map of US government spy planes. It really is great example of how a little known story can be illustrated and explained with a mapped visualization of publicly available data.

The map plots the flight-paths of FBI and Department of Homeland Security spy planes over American cities. Buzzfeed took a few month's worth of data from



Dienstag, 29.3.2016, 20:18

The trio viewed plans for the 27 flats, nine shared ownership and 18 affordable rented, which are a mix of one- and two-bedrooms. The affordable rented flats are aimed at people who are downsizing.

Dienstag, 29.3.2016, 07:44

Members of his family and community residents are expected to help Boston's Archaeology Lab and researchers from the University of Massachusetts-Boston undertake the excavation. The former Malcolm Little lived with his sister's family in Boston in the 1940s as a teenager.

Samstag, 12.3.2016, 12:10

Experts in the field of remote sensing will discuss how the new frontier in archaeological research is being used to locate North Carolina's underground history.

Sonntag, 10.4.2016, 20:11

Home News Sport Announcements Jobs Most popular UK news Send us your news Cars Traffic & travel Business Directory Property Dating Desktop site Enthusiasts from the Northern Archaeology Group have found evidence of a ramrod straight road, which stretched from Lanchester , in County Durham, up to Hadrian's Wall. Divers working with the team have also found underwater timbers and paving stones from a Roman bridge where the road crossed the River Derwent, at Bludder Burn Dene, near Ebchester.

Samstag, 26.3.2016, 20:00

SWABI Distinguished archeologists and officials of Hund Museum said that Hund, a highly rich archeological site in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, needs more excavation because the site is spread over all areas of the Hund village. They were briefing the students of different universities and colleges of the province who visited the Hund Museum, Hund fortress and the site where Alexander the Great had crossed the mighty River Indus.

Samstag, 5.3.2016, 00:39

Tourists walk among the ruins of the Machu Picchu citadel, 130 km northwest of Cusco, Peru on July 6, 2011. The Inca compound is being prepared for the centennial commemoration of its discovery by American adventurer and archaeologist Hiram Bingham in 1911.

Freitag, 1.4.2016, 10:09

A 3,400-year-old necropolis has been discovered hiding beneath an Egyptian quarry near the city of Aswan at Gebel el Sisila. Inside is a shrine and dozens of tombs containing the remains of wealthy individuals, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities.

Mittwoch, 23.3.2016, 00:06

The discovery of lead in the ink of papers found in the ancient Roman town of Herculaneum could eventually enable researchers to read the ancient documents. Workers reinforce a column with scaffoldings near Porta Marina entrance at the ancient Roman town of Pompeii, near Naples, Italy, Jan. 23, 2016.

Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 10:37

In a new archaeological find, the oldest evidence of glassmaking in Israel has turned up, pushing estimates of the area's industrial prowess back to the fourth century AD. A worker rests under a shaded canopy on the last full day of digging on July 15, 2013, in Khirbet Qeiyafa, Israel.

Samstag, 12.3.2016, 12:49
Wasurenai is a Japanese map commemorating the lives of some of the victims of the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami. This animated 3d map shows the final movements of 1,326 individuals in the last minutes of their lives.

The blue dots on the map represent male victims of the disaster and the red dots represent female victims. As the map plays out you can watch as some of the victims try to



Montag, 28.3.2016, 08:36

A TEAM from the University of Bradford says a recent trip to Kenya has proved that a trailblazing new technique of fossil hunting has the ability to revolutionise archaeology. The Fossilfinder project began in September, and asked people to go online and study thousands of photographs taken of the Turkana Basin in Northern Kenya using super high definition cameras attached to a moving rig, all from the comfort of their own homes.

Montag, 7.3.2016, 06:28

Members of the Warwick Historical Society stuck a shovel in the ground and came up with a 150-year-old brick cistern and a 250-year-old stone house...not the house foundation, but the house itself ... buried under five feet of dirt and gravel. The Town of Warwick Historical Society's archaeology team has just wrapped up Season one of the dig at The Shingle House, the oldest house in the village of Warwick.

Montag, 21.3.2016, 22:47

Radiocarbon dating of a brown bear's knee bone suggested it had been killed by a human 12,500 years ago A butchered bear bone found in an Irish cave has revealed humans were active in Ireland 2,500 years earlier than thought, in a breakthrough described as "a new chapter to the human history of Ireland". Since the 1970s, the oldest evidence of human occupation in Ireland dated back to 8,000 BC - the Mesolithic period - indicating humans had occupied the island for some 10,000 years.

Montag, 18.4.2016, 07:35

Well, the newest wrinkle in our trek to insanity is that to sympathize with, or to show support for, a particular group of people, America and England are going to have full-size, 48-foot temple entrances of the god "Baal" erected in New York's Times Square and Trafalgar Square in London. The organization behind this is the Institute of Digital Archaeology, which is a joint venture between Harvard University, the University of Oxford and Dubai's Museum of the Future.

Donnerstag, 28.1.2016
Two independent studies, both recently published in the American Journal of Human Genetics, have both confirmed the belief that interbreeding between two of our ancestors, namely Neanderthals and Denisovans, has...
Samstag, 2.4.2016, 08:37

Egypt on Friday invited archaeologists and experts from around the world to examine new data from new, extensive radar scanning conducted on King Tutankhamun's tomb to explore a theory that secret chambers could be hidden behind its walls. The open invitation to a conference in Cairo in May, issued by the antiquities minister at a news conference just outside the tomb, aims to bring broader scientific rigor to what so far have only been tantalizing clues.

Montag, 11.4.2016, 18:08

Hanoi, April 11 Vietnam for the first time discovered early Paleolithic sites inside cultural layer with stone tools and tektites believed to date back 770,000-800,000 years, the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences said on Monday. This is likely considered the most ancient mark ever-known on the appearance of human and their culture in Vietnam, the VASS said in Hanoi while announcing on preliminary results of archaeological study in An Khe town of Vietnam's Central Highlands Gia Lai province.

Mittwoch, 23.3.2016, 16:36

This initially looks like a straightforward simple dolmen beside the busy D.785 road, a kilometre or so southwest of Plomeur. It has a single capstone on top of two side stones, and a large backstone, but it is almost lost within the undergrowth.
Donnerstag, 21.4.2016, 15:05

Day Three: 6.4.16

ALL DAY: Site meeting

A very early start and an hour and half long drive did originally put me off the idea, however the unique opportunity I was given to go to a site meeting with Sue was too enticing to pass up. Site meetings are something I had never considered before this week, the thought that contractors and construction workers and so on would have to meet together on a site to discuss what is happening never occurred to me before. There were so many different aspects to be considered that I wouldn’t think could impact a dig or construction. For example, the problem of where to place the spoil pile, which to me did not seem a huge problem at first, took up a lot of the negotiations. Whilst this trip tired me out, I felt it was important to see the business side of archaeology that not many people get to experience before having to do it for real. Luckily the meeting did not last all day, otherwise I may have needed a nap half way through, so when I got back from the office I did the mundane but important desk tasks that needed to be doing ie, uploading pictures and starting this blog. 
 

Day Four: 7.4.16

AM: Finds washing

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In the morning Erica set me the task of washing miscellaneous bags of artefacts, the task was actually very therapeutic and relaxing. Seeing the lump of mud being transformed through several strokes of a toothbrush into a piece of animal bone or pottery was actually quite rewarding. The frequent trips to the sink were a bit of a nuisance but on the whole getting to handle artefacts made the heavy bowl of dirty water and the plastic gloves worth it. There something about doing monotonous tasks that allows you to relax and be in your own little world. When I told my parents about being able to handle the artefacts and prepare them for analysis they are now keen to volunteer and have even joked about to coming to uni with me, I’d like to stress that they will definitely not be allowed to follow me to uni – without losing a daughter.
 

PM: OSTEOARCHAEOLOGY

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The reason that osteoarchaeology is in capitals is because this is my favourite specialist field in archaeology, especially human osteology, and I was so excited to have the afternoon with Kristen. After I’d had my well-deserved lunch after washing all morning, Kirsten took me into the reception to explain the human bones display (the display which I’ve been eyeing every time I sign in). She showed me how to identify male and female skeletons (through skull shape, hip shape and some diseases that have affected the bone) and how to roughly determine the age of the person when they died (bone fusing, teeth wear and some diseases that affected the bone). We can also tell the conditions the person lived in through their diseases and what they ate/malnutrition from their teeth and bones. The diseased evidence on the bones was rather gruesome but incredibly interesting, Kirsten told me how the diseases affected the bone and what assumptions we can make about the individual. Evidence of diseases/trauma on the bone include: TB, scurvy, rickets, bone cancer, fractured bones, wound heals, abbesses, DISH, and spinal diseases/wear. We then went to the finds lab and looked at an individual to see what we could tell about their (probably his) lifestyle. From the skull we decided that the skeleton was probably male, as there wasn’t much left of his pelvis we couldn’t use that as an indicator. He had: abscesses, muscle fusions, arthritis, and an oddly shaped bone that wasn’t clear where it belonged. I was then also briefly shown the colouring and computer system used for recording the skeletons, and also was showed some of the published works containing osteology – and I may be looking to purchase the Cliffs End Farm publication. Talking to Kirsten definitely helped me to see that osteology is the specialist field I am most interested in and I will hopefully pursue osteology later on despite it being highly competitive.
 
By Laura Slow
 
 

Freitag, 11.3.2016, 11:01

Daisy Ridley has already got a lot on her plate, what with Rey's cut-throat desert life and galaxy-wide conflict, but now the Star Wars actor could be taking on some life-or-death archaeology too. The newcomer is in the running to play Lara Croft in a Tomb Raider reboot, reports Deadline .

Montag, 14.3.2016, 14:57

Nicky Milner1, Michael Bamforth1, Gareth Beale1, Julian C. Carty1, Konstantinos Chatzipanagis2, Shannon Croft1, Chantal Conneller3, Ben Elliott1, Laura C. Fitton4, Becky Knight1, Roland Kroger2, Aimee Little1, Andy Needham1, Harry K. Robson1, Charlotte C.A. Rowley1, Barry Taylor5 1. Department of Archaeology, The King's Manor, University of York, YO1 7EP, UK 2. Department of Physics, University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD, UK 3. Archaeology , University of Manchester, Mansfield Cooper Building, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL, UK 4. Centre for Anatomical and Human Sciences, Hull York Medical School, University of York, York, YO10 5DD, UK 5. Department of History and Archaeology, University of Chester, Chester, CH1 4BJ, UK Corresponding author: nicky.milner@york.ac.uk Cite this as : Milner, N. et al. .

Dienstag, 8.3.2016, 09:00

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I have now finished my fourth week working with the Coastal & Marine department at Wessex Archaeology, and so far I am thoroughly enjoying my time here, and importantly I’m learning new things each day. Currently the work I have undertaken in this short time has exceeded my expectations in terms of both opportunity and responsibilities. I can’t cover everything I’ve been up to in this blog, but I’ll provide a summary of some of the more foremost tasks.
 
I’ve been given the responsibility of re-homing finds from the London Gateway dredging project, currently stored here in Salisbury, to a multitude of museums. I’ve been speaking to the museums about how they want the finds to be delivered and how they are going to care for and display them upon arrival. The finds range from leather boots and plates to cannon and aircraft wreckage with a mixture of wet and dry finds. Working with Lynn Wootten, our resident conservator (and my lifesaver), to ensure the safe packaging and movement of the finds has been a very informative lesson, and I’m still yet to move an artefact.
 
As part of the archaeological protocols set up with offshore renewable energy industry, I took a trip to Grimsby with Peta Knott to give a talk on the archaeological protocols and the possible finds that workers in this industry may encounter. Having previously worked with young children in outreach and witnessed their enthusiasm, it was great to see project managers have similar enthusiasm and interest when handed something such as a cannonball or mammoth tusk. Additionally to this, on the topic of enthusiasm, we took a side trip to the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre which is without doubt one of the best museums I’ve visited. Watching our 76 year old tour guide fly around a fishing trawler like a 20 year old free-runner was a sight to remember. 
 
The highlight of my time so far, was being invited to sit in on the talks with Historic England about the work Wessex will undertake in the upcoming diving season. I have also met the maritime designation advisor from Historic England, which gave me a great insight into the relationship between both HE and Wessex when it comes to the study and potential designation of wrecks in our waters.
 
A bonus was my first dive with the C&M team at Vobster Quay Dive Centre, which I have to say has got me itching to get back into the water, even though it was 7 degrees. And with an upcoming course in Personal Survival Techniques and further pre-season dive training, I am getting evermore excited to see how the diving season develops.
 

Montag, 21.3.2016, 15:46
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Tibetan branch of the Silk Road rewrites history of trade with China
    (details)

  • Cherokee tree cultivation affected the Appalachian environment well before European contact
    (details)

  • New analysis of fragmentary Greek texts sheds new light on a battle against Gothic invaders
    (details)

  • Osteological analysis of a Scandinavian medieval king stands up to a time-tested legend
    (details)


Dienstag, 12.4.2016, 23:14

Melanya Balayan: Artsakh State Historical Museum of Local Lore includede in European tour packages CULTURE 11:46 12/04/2016 NKR Artsakh State historical Museum of Local Lore annually has from 13.000 to 18.000 visitors including a growing number of foreigners, reports the official website of "Service for the Protection of Historical Environment and Cultural Museum Reservations" NCSO. Director of the Museum, Melanya Balayan stated that despite the accommodation difficulties to present properly the results of the excavations carried out in Artsakh, there's no shortage of visitors.

Mittwoch, 13.4.2016
In what has been described as a breakthrough, Vietnamese and Russian archaeologists have found valuable artifacts in the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai that they say belonged to ancient...
Mittwoch, 30.3.2016, 16:06
Freitag, 25.3.2016, 10:54

In this Sept. 21, 2009, file photo, Head Verger Jon Ormrod tends to the grave of William Shakespeare in the Chancel of Holy Trinity Church in Stratford Upon Avon, England.

Dienstag, 29.3.2016, 17:06
Travel By Rail is an interactive map and data visualization tool of intercity rail journeys in Ukraine. The map allows you to explore the number of outgoing and incoming intercity train journeys for towns and cities across the Ukraine (2014-2015).

The map provides a number of tools which allow you to explore the data by location and date range.

You can select individual cities on the map to



Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 09:20

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A recent excavation in Tidworth, of a 1300-year-old Anglo-Saxon cemetery, was visited by wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans from the Help for Heroes Recovery Centre, Tedworth House. Archaeologists from Wessex Archaeology showed them the work in progress and some of the finds from the site, as well as discussing their significance.
 
The cemetery, comprising around 55 burials and of late 7th- to early 8th-century date, was discovered ahead of building works associated with a £70 million housing development, to provide 322 new homes for Army families, by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) in partnership with Hill, an award-winning housebuilder.
 
Preliminary results suggest that the burials represent a cross-section of a local community, with men, women and children all present. Nearly all the burials included grave goods – personal effects or significant items interred with the dead. Most commonly these were small iron knives, although other finds included combs and pins made of bone, beads and pierced coins thought to form necklaces, several spearheads, a shield boss and a finely decorated bronze workbox. 
 
Many of the visitors from Tedworth House had previous experience of archaeology through Operation Nightingale, a ground-breaking military initiative which uses the technical and social aspects of field archaeology to aid the recovery and skill development of service personnel and veterans who have been injured in conflict. This has included the excavation of a 6th-century Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Barrow Clump, Figheldean, in partnership with Wessex Archaeology.
 

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Richard Bennett, formerly of 40 Commando, who spent 17 years with the Marines serving four tours of Afghanistan, and also served in Iraq and Northern Ireland, said,
 
 “I naturally jumped at the chance to take part [in the visit] and it was a good opportunity to compare and contrast some of the graves at this site to some of the graves that we had been excavating over several years at Barrow Clump, which is not too far away and dates to a similar period."
 
“This visit gave me personally the opportunity to reflect on just how far I had come over the 5 years since my first experience of archaeology at Barrow Clump. Since then I have progressed from an occasional volunteer with Operation Nightingale, to getting a Degree in Archaeology and have now taken over responsibility for enhancing the veterans experience not just in archaeology but in heritage in general through Breaking Ground Heritage. This is a project set up and run by veterans, for veterans, in order to help those who are wounded, injured and sick through some of the challenges that they face. They do it alongside people of a similar nature and outlook on life. I know through personal experience how taking part in heritage can help your recovery pathway.
 
Ryan Harris, Project Director at Hill, commented, 
 
“The area has a fantastically rich history and the recent archaeological excavation really brings this to life. As with any development, we are working hard to protect and record these important findings for posterity. Tidworth is quickly becoming one of our most fascinating projects, and it is great to be creating homes for Service personnel – something the whole team is very proud to be working on.”
 
To find out more about this site click here
 

Dienstag, 15.3.2016, 18:46
Freitag, 12.2.2016
Heritage experts will examine the complex role of Old Oswestry's landscape through the ages at a forthcoming seminar dedicated to one of Britain's most spectacular and impressive early Iron Age...
Dienstag, 5.4.2016, 20:07
You can now explore how Miami's skyline will look in the future on a new 3d interactive map created by Miami's Downtown Development Authority. The map includes 3d models of the 116 building projects either proposed, under construction or recently completed in Miami.

The Miami DDA 3D Map used the Cesium mapping platform to present a 3d map of downtown Miami which allows you to explore the



Montag, 18.4.2016, 16:48

Ziggurats were built by the Sumerians , Babylonians , Elamites , Akkadians, and Assyrians for local religions. Each ziggurat was part of a temple complex which included other buildings.

Dienstag, 22.3.2016, 19:53

SILOAM SPRINGS - John Brown University says it has received a $1 million gift to help fund an archaeological project in Jordan.

Donnerstag, 10.3.2016, 12:32

Is this the world's worst restoration project? Historians furious after Ninth Century Spanish castle is 'repaired' by local builders A major facelift on a ninth century Spanish castle has been labelled the world's worst restoration project by locals who have slammed it as a 'wreck'. Historians erupted in fury after seeing the results of the so-called restoration of the much treasured Castillo de Matrera in Cadiz, which is both a listed building and an official site of cultural interest.

Samstag, 16.4.2016, 20:46

Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The good thing about the web is that you get a lot more space than you would ever have got in a newspaper! South Lanarkshire Council has given awards to 11 Clyesdale groups and individuals for their service to the community, but without producing a separate supplement, we would never have been able to list all the voluntary work they do.

Montag, 22.2.2016, 18:32
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Roman period portraits found in Egyptian tombs reveal a wide range of resources
    (details)

  • Stalagmites from Madagascar caves hold secrets to drastic landscape changes a millennium ago
    (details)

  • Archaeologists may be closer to interpreting a 90-mile long wall in the Jordanian desert
    (details)

  • An ancient tavern in Roman France emerges from a 1st century settlement
    (details)


Donnerstag, 24.3.2016, 18:04

For generations, Viking storytellers regaled listeners with tales of vast treasure hoards guarded by fire-breathing dragons, but real treasure troves from the Viking world are relative rare. Today, however, researchers unveiled the contents of a spectacular Viking hoard discovered 18 months ago in Scotland's Galloway region by a metal detectorist.

Dienstag, 26.4.2016, 19:59
National Geographic attached cameras and tracking collars to two grizzly bears and two black bears inside Yellowstone National Park. They were then able to map the bears' movements inside the park and observe how they prowl for food and interact with their environment.

A Bear’s-Eye View of Yellowstone allows you to watch footage from the four bear-cams and view the bears' tracks as they move



Freitag, 1.4.2016, 23:04

A photo shows the famous Roman Theater in the ancient city of Palmyra, Syria, on Friday, April 2, 2016. Explosions rocked the ancient town of Palmyra on Friday and on the horizon, black smoke wafted behind its majestic Roman ruins, as Syrian army experts carefully detonate hundreds of mines they say were planted by Islamic State militants before they fled the town.

Dienstag, 29.3.2016, 11:50

The museum chose Soraa's LED lamps to save energy and focus on its rare collections of anthropology and archaeology artifacts. Oxford University's electrical team selected the Pitt Rivers Museum as a key space for an energy-efficient lighting upgrade.

Mittwoch, 6.4.2016, 20:11

When red deer arrived on Scotland's outer islands some 5,000 years ago, they were probably brought across the ocean by humans from as far away as central Europe, a study suggests. In particular, analysis of deer samples from archaeological sites in Orkney and the Outer Hebrides revealed surprisingly distinctive DNA sequences.

Mittwoch, 20.4.2016, 19:54

New reconstructions of the Sweet Track and Meare Heath Trackway - also behind the scenes tours of the experimental archaeology and reconstructions in June and July. The Avalon Marshes Centre in Somerset lies close to all the Avalon Marshes' nature reserves. There are new replica sections of prehistoric trackway along the route of the Sweet Track on Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve.
Montag, 2.5.2016
An 11,000 year old engraved shale pendant discovered by archaeologists during excavations at the Early Mesolithic site at Star Carr in North Yorkshire is unique in the UK, according to...
Donnerstag, 7.4.2016, 02:17

Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq are netting between $150 million and $200 million per year from illicit trade in plundered antiquities, Russia's ambassador to the United Nations said in a letter released on Wednesday. "Around 100,000 cultural objects of global importance, including 4,500 archaeological sites, nine of which are included in the World Heritage List of ... UNESCO, are under the control of the Islamic State ... in Syria and Iraq," Ambassador Vitaly Churkin wrote in a letter to the U.N. Security Council.

Mittwoch, 6.4.2016, 09:21

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So it’s about time that I posted an update on what I have been doing here at Wessex. For the past couple of weeks I have been given a full refresher in object recording. With large numbers of finds from the London Gateway dredging project due to be leaving for their respective museums, a variety of finds needed recording using various techniques. I was given the responsibility of selecting the best methods to record each find based on my own judgement. Some finds were drawn, measured, photographed and were recorded through photogrammetry, while others just needed a basic timber record and photograph. Finds drawing, measuring and photography is nothing new to me, but photogrammetry was something I’d not done before. It took me several attempts and a little bit of assistance from other staff within Wessex Archaeology to get it right, but I would now say I am confident to produce 3D records of objects. The sheer number of finds and the assortment of materials that I had to deal with made it a true hands on learning experience. Now the next stage begins – packing. All of the finds destined for museums now have to be properly packed and prepared for their journey with the advice of Lynn Wootten, our resident conservator.
 
Others tasks in recent weeks have involved the archaeological protocols, namely the Marine Aggregate Protocol for the Reporting Finds of Archaeological Interest. Finds are reported to us by the dredging companies and our task is to identify the object, report it to the Receiver of Wreck, plus write up a few paragraphs to report back to the workers on the wharfs and vessels. The details of the finds are also reporting to the National Record of the Historic Environment (NRHE) and the local Historic Environment Records (HER). I’ve now done several of these, ranging from cannonball, to mammoth tooth, to a CO2 temperature gauge from a ship’s fire extinguishing system. It’s still early in the year so many more are to be expected.
 
Other than the finds recording and protocols, for the last few weeks I have just been settling into my new job well, already slowly filling my desk with paper work. Loving the job so far, I am still learning so much, but also using the knowledge and skills that I gained from my Masters degree, and with the sun now trying to appear though the grey skies, bring on the summer diving season!
 

Freitag, 8.4.2016, 09:35

Jihad Abu Kahrlah, an archaeologist at Syria's National Museum, holds an artefact rescued from the Daraa Museum in Damascus before Islamic State looters could get it. New York: Islamic State is more often associated with images of antiquities being destroyed in Palmyra and Nimrud, than with cultural heritage preservation.

Samstag, 2.4.2016, 17:07

A once-thriving 19th century mill community in the state is a focus of this summer's archaeology field school program run by New Hampshire's Division of Historical Resources.

Freitag, 15.4.2016, 22:12

Suad Keserovic cleans a stone ball in Podubravlje village near Zavidovici, Bosnia and Herzegovina April 11, 2016. Keserovic claimed that the stone sphere is 3.30 meter in diameter and the estimated weight of it is about 35 tons.

Samstag, 9.4.2016, 19:10
The Los Angeles Times has mapped the cleanliness of Los Angeles' streets. The Los Angeles City Council has recently completed a sanitation survey of streets and alleyways in the city, recording the levels of illegal dumping, bulky items, homeless encampments, loose litter and overgrown vegetation.

Where are L.A.'s Dirtiest Streets? uses the data from this survey to visualize the cleanliness of



Freitag, 15.4.2016, 23:17

"Treasures of Romania" exhibition that opened at the National Museum of China in Beijing on January 28, was visited by 35,000 people as of March 31, the National Museum of Romania's History reported on Friday. A collection of representative prehistoric, classical and mediaeval Romanian archaeology as well as Romanian mediaeval arts, the exhibition is a first of its kind and magnitude hosted by China over the past 66 years.