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UNESCO - World Heritage
Sonntag, 10.7.2016, 07:00
Montag, 9.5.2016, 17:55
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 ...
Samstag, 11.6.2016, 07:00
UNESCO's Director-General condemns the Destruction of Nabu Temple in Nimrud "The recent destruction of Nabu Temple is a new deliberate attack against the Iraqi people and against the shared values of humanity” said the Director General of UNESCO.
"I condemn in the strongest manner this new crime and reiterate UNESCO's determination to do whatever is needed to support the national responsible authorities, the experts and the local communities, in their efforts to protect ...
Montag, 13.6.2016, 07:00
At its 40th session to be held in Istanbul, Turkey, from 10 to 20 July 2016, the World Heritage Committee will examine the state of conservation of a number of World Heritage properties.  The full reports on 152 properties are now publicly available through the World Heritage Centre' State of conservation Information System at the following Web address: http://whc.unesco.org/en/soc
As part of the Reactive Monitoring process for properties inscribed on the World Heritage List and ...
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 ...
Dienstag, 14.6.2016, 07:00
"The destruction of heritage is inseparable from the persecution of people. This is why we consider the protection of cultural heritage today as far more than a cultural issue. This has become a humanitarian imperative, and a security issue,” stated UNESCO's Director-General Irina Bokova today in The Hague during the Europe Lecture 2016, organised by the European Lecture Foundation in collaboration with Europa Nostra and the Netherlands National Commission for UNESCO.

The event, ...
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 ...
Freitag, 29.4.2016, 07:00
The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, expressed sadness and anger after the latest violent attack of 23rd April at Garamba National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The attack left three dead and two wounded among the guards of the Park.
"I condemn this attack and killing of the guards at Garamba National Park. Once again I commend the courage of the guards who risk their lives to protect this heritage, which is the shared heritage of all Congolese, and all ...
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.
Sonntag, 5.6.2016, 07:00
Message from Ms Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of the World Environment Day, 5 June 2016
Go Wild for Life!
Wildlife is an integral part of our biosphere. It is not only essential for healthy ecosystems but also key to peace and sustainable development. Many communities depend on wildlife trade, and tourism related to wildlife, for their livelihoods. An estimated one billion people rely on bush meat for subsistence.
Illegal trade, poaching and illegal logging are ...
Dienstag, 31.5.2016, 07:00
From 25 to 27 May, an international conference entitled "Cultural Heritage and Development Initiatives: a Challenge or a Contribution to Sustainability?” was held at the Palazzo Barnerini in Rome.  Organized by the UNESCO Office in Kabul together with the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the World Bank, in cooperation with the Government of Italy, it focused on the relationship between archaeology, landscape protection and development initiatives.
The Conference is part of ...
Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 07:00
In preparation for the UNESCO experts' meeting in Berlin (2-4 June 2016) on the safeguarding of cultural heritage in Syria, UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova and UNESCO teams are pursuing consultations with representatives from Member States and experts across the board to assess the situation and the way forward. These actions are in line with the unanimous decision of the 199th session of the Executive Board to safeguard the cultural heritage of Syria.
UNESCO sent a first ...
Dienstag, 14.6.2016, 17:00
The World Heritage Centre is organizing an information and exchange session for the States Parties to the World Heritage Convention on the occasion of the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee, (Istanbul, Turkey, from 1 to 20 July 2016). 
This meeting will take place in Room XI (Fontenoy) from 10 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. on Tuesday, 14 June 2016. Simultaneous interpretation of the meeting will be provided in English and ...
Samstag, 16.7.2016, 02:00
An event to discuss experiences around private sector support for World Heritage will take place during the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee.Best practices in partnerships with private sector companies and foundations will be shared, outlining their contribution to the protection of outstanding natural and cultural sites.
Dienstag, 28.6.2016, 15:00
This Research Seminar is organised based on the themes defined by the 1st Public call for Research projects from Lucio Costa Centre and the 2nd Public call for Submissions from Lucio Costa Centre both published during the first semester of 2015 and is aimed at satisfying the objectives regarding research activities set by the Centre.
Objective
Promote a broad and advisable debate among the researchers of the activities carried out in answer to the 1st ...
Freitag, 20.5.2016, 07:00
"The 2016 International Day for Biological Diversity is dedicated to the theme of ‘Mainstreaming Biodiversity, Sustaining People and their Livelihoods.'
This echoes powerfully the vision set forth in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Climate Change Agreement.
I see this as a single agenda to chart a new course for people, peace and the planet for the next 15 years. Taking this forward will require an unprecedented global effort to mitigate and adapt to ...
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 ...
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 ...
Freitag, 13.5.2016, 07:00
Key UNESCO partners joined with the Organization to approve a new action plan to address emergency and short term interventions for the safeguarding of Libya's cultural heritage following a three-day international expert meeting in the Tunisian capital this week.
Organized with the support of the U.S. Embassy in Libya and in close cooperation with the Department of Antiquities of Libya and several Libyan institutions, UNESCO and ICCROM, the meeting was meant to develop a shared ...
Samstag, 4.6.2016, 07:00
Some 230 Syrian and international experts joined forces in a two-day meeting to assess damage to cultural heritage sites in Syria, develop methodologies and define priority emergency safeguarding measures for the country's heritage. The expert meeting, held in Berlin from 2 to 4 June, was organized by UNESCO and Germany. It was opened by Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, and Maria Böhmer, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs of Germany

Conference participants included ...
Montag, 6.6.2016, 07:00
Policy makers and advisors from the Federal Government of Somalia and national heritage experts met on 6 June 2016 in Mogadishu to consider the benefits of ratifying the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. During a technical workshop organised by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education together with the Italian NGO CISP as part of the European-Union funded project ‘Reviving Culture, Building Peace in Mogadishu', UNESCO led a group of 20 stakeholders through the process ...
Mittwoch, 22.6.2016, 17:00
The Fifth Management Planning Workshop, in the framework of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Ohrid region” will take place in Udënisht, Pogradec area, Albania, on 22 and 23 June 2016.
The workshop will focus on governance systems and more specifically on the identification of mechanisms for the involvement and the coordination of various activities between different partners and stakeholders. ...
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 ...
Dienstag, 17.5.2016, 07:00
Over the last several months, the World Heritage Centre has received numerous messages, through the NGO Platform Save the Tua, from individuals expressing their concern regarding the Foz Tua dam project, located inside the buffer zone, but outside the World Heritage property "Alto Douro Wine Region” limit. Those messages drew attention to the adverse impact it may have on the landscape, heritage, wine production and ecology of the site.
The World Heritage Centre would like to ...
Dienstag, 17.5.2016, 07:00
The Director-General of UNESCO strongly condemned the severe damage caused by an air-strike to the Church of Saint Simeon, part of the UNESCO World Heritage property of the Ancient Villages of Northern Syria. The byzantine Church was built in the year 490 AD on Mount Simeon and used to be a popular destination for worshippers and tourists alike.
The Director-General of UNESCO, Ms Irina Bokova, has deplored the heavy damage incurred by the historic byzantine Church of Saint-Simeon, part of ...
Mittwoch, 8.6.2016, 16:00
We are living in a time of unprecedented change. As we celebrate our marine treasures this World Oceans Day, we at UNESCO are also reflecting on the work needed to sustain them as sea levels rise, and the water grows warmer and more acidic. This year, the effects of climate change have been multiplied by a strong El Niño that has brought record-breaking temperatures to much of the Pacific Ocean.
Perhaps the most visible effect of this temperature spike has been mass bleaching of coral ...
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 ...
Dienstag, 10.5.2016, 07:00
The training course "Promoting nature, culture and World Heritage in the Lake Ohrid region” in the framework of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Ohrid region” will take place in Pogradec and Tushemisht, Albania, on 10 and 11 May 2016.
The training course aims to provide participants with the necessary tools and approaches available for the promotion and interpretation of assets of collective ...
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 ...
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016, 07:00
UNESCO Director-General opened the Expert meeting on the safeguarding of syria's heritage, with Maria Böhmer, Minister of State to the Foreign Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany.
"Berlin embodies the power of culture to bring people together”, said Irina Bokova. More than 230 Syrian and international experts from all sides are joining forces to develop a common damage assessment and define priorities in emergency safeguarding measures for the sites affected by the ...
Freitag, 27.5.2016, 07:00
"Keeping History Alive” a UNESCO publication on safeguarding cultural heritage in post-conflict Afghanistan was launched in Kabul's Babur Garden H.E. Chief Executive of Afghanistan Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, and UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova.
"Safeguarding heritage and diversity is more than a cultural issue. It is an issue of citizenship, bringing people together around shared values. To build peace tomorrow, we need to safeguard today Afghanistan's heritage today” ...
Montag, 12.9.2016, 07:00
UNESCO Sites - Climate Change - Space Technology
The International Centre on Space Technologies for Natural and Cultural Heritage (HIST) under the auspices of UNESCO and the Huangshan City Administration, custodians of the World Mixed Heritage site and Global Geopark of Huangshan Mountains, will convene the 2nd Huangshan Dialogue in September 2016. The theme of the 2nd Huangshan Dialogue is "UNESCO Sites - Climate Change - Space Technology". 
The 2nd Dialogue builds on the ...
Dienstag, 21.6.2016, 07:00
Over the last several weeks, the World Heritage Centre has received numerous messages from citizens and NGOs expressing their concerns regarding the development of the Vienna Ice Skating Rink, the Hotel Intercontinental and the Konzerthaus site, and other conservation issues within the boundaries of the property.
It should be noted that the competent authorities of the State Party of the Austria, as well as ICOMOS International, and the World Heritage Centre are fully aware of the ...
Donnerstag, 26.5.2016, 07:00
Climate change is fast becoming one of the most significant risks for World Heritage sites, according to the report "World Heritage and Tourism in a Changing Climate” released today by UNESCO, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), and the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS).
"Globally, we need to better understand, monitor and address climate change threats to World Heritage sites,” said Mechtild Rössler, Director of UNESCO's World Heritage Centre. "As the ...
Dienstag, 10.5.2016, 07:00
With the slogan " … and when the skies fall silent?",  the World Migratory Bird Day 2016  on 10 May aims to highlight the incredible numbers of migratory birds being threatened and lost each year . This is often linked to illicit activities are various and the toll that they are taking is disastrous – millions of birds are being killed each year.  Such numbers are totally unsustainable and are, alongside other pressures such as habitat loss and climate change, ...
Montag, 6.6.2016, 07:00
Experts from nearly 40 countries, including 12 outside the Africa region, gathered in Arusha (Tanzania) for the international conference "Safeguarding African World Heritage as a Driver of Sustainable Development" co-organized by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, the United Republic of Tanzania and the People's Republic of China, from 31 May to 3 June 2016.
In his opening statement, the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Kassim M Majaliwa declared, ...
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, 5.5.2016, 07:00
This first African World Heritage Day is very special.
This is an opportunity to celebrate the wealth of Africa's cultural and natural heritage, embodying outstanding universal values. This is a moment for the world to stand with Governments, local communities and societies to support one of the continent's most precious resources. Africa's cultural and natural heritage is a force for peace – it is also a driver of development and innovation.
This is the inspiration of this ...
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, 23.6.2016, 07:00
On 9 March 2016, the Government of the Republic of South Sudan officially deposited its instrument of ratification of the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage with the Director-General of UNESCO.
South Sudan become the 192nd State Party to the World Heritage Convention on 9 June 2016, when the Convention entered into force for this country. To date, 46 countries in the Africa region are party to the World Heritage Convention. By ratifying the ...
Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 07:00
The Fourth Management Planning Workshop, in the framework of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Ohrid region” will take place in Tushemisht, Albania, on 12 and 13 May 2016.
The workshop will be an opportunity to present the progress to date on the development of the management planning document required for the preparation of the extension file to the World Heritage property "Natural and Cultural ...
Eurozine Articles
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
Public debates in Sweden on EU migrants has become particularly divisive of late, reinforcing misleading notions of who is considered "deserving" of welfare and who "non-deserving". The authors appeal for a political community based on radically different principles.
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
There is a no-man's-land between European post-democracy and notional national democracy that largely consists of grand coalitions of the political centre. It is here that European populism is flourishing and will continue to do so. Ulrike Guérot offers a corrective.
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Bottom-up cooperation between the independent cultural sector and domestic and European institutions can lead to both the decentralization of cultural production and the democratization of culture. So says Katarina Pavić of the Croatian cultural hub organization Culture 2 Commons.
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016
This year's Prague European Summit takes place at the Lobkowicz Palace in Prague Castle. Topics up for discussion include the future of the Schengen Area; the implications of the UK referendum on EU membership, for both eurosceptic and mainstream pro-Europe political parties; and the likely impact of November's US presidential election on transatlantic relations.
Dienstag, 21.6.2016
Both Remain and Leave campaigns are equally culpable for the toxic mixture of ill feeling and scare tactics that has defined the build up to Thursday's referendum, writes Benjamin Tallis. A British citizen who has spent most of his working life on the continent, Tallis bemoans how these dismal campaigns have obscured the fact that, for all its faults, the European Union remains the world's most successful liberal project.
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
"La Revue nouvelle" observes states of emergency in France and China; "Blätter" goes postcapitalist with Paul Mason; "dérive" discovers true heterotopia in the latest Austrian housing syndicates; "Kulturos barai" ademands more public intellectuals who can write for and speak to a broader public; "L'Espill" discerns a sudden return of pragmatism to Catalan politics; "Poeteka" samples the textures of literary and Albanian history; and "Springerin" presents parallactic views of eastern European fine art.
Freitag, 13.5.2016
After 100 days in power, Poland's nationalist right-wing government expressed its desire to completely transform Polish culture. As the anticipated assault on the country's national culture gets underway, journalist and activist Igor Stokfiszewski of Krytyka Polityczna considers the threat that this blinkered approach poses to the vibrancy and diversity of grassroots cultural initiatives.
Dienstag, 10.5.2016
Silence the speaker; divide and rule the audience. If that seems extreme, attack not what is said but its potentially upsetting or offensive "tone". Thomas Docherty reports on the insidious attempts of governments to inhibit academic freedom in the UK and internationally. [Russian version added]
Mittwoch, 18.5.2016
Author and publicist Jan Koneffke looks back on an era dominated by the testosterone-fuelled "buffone" figure of Silvio Berlusconi, tracing the myriad ways in which politics became entangled with porn, prostitutes and payments. But Matteo Renzi has scrapped all that now, hasn't he?
Dienstag, 24.5.2016
As privatization displaces a sense of civic responsibility on both sides of the Atlantic, care-workers become ever more isolated. Martha Albertson Fineman insists that, rather than the gender of the person doing the care work, it's the care work itself that simply isn't valued in today's society.
Anthropologie
Feuilleton / Literatur
Kunst & Kultur
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016
Führungen - 27.04.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
15:00 Smarte Weltenbummler. Mit der Weltenbummler App unterwegs, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 magic sunday, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
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
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 4.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 04.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Garten Lust Fest, kunstGarten
11:00 Una Festa sui Prati, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
13:30 Wir warten, Forum Stadtpark
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
14:30 Offene Klasse, Opernhaus
Montag, 16.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 16.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Fest der Fantasie präsentiert von der Kleinen Zeitung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Basteln für Kinder II, Büro der Nachbarschaften
16:00 Die sieben Raben, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 25.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 25.06.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 Das Planetenparty Prinzip - Bitte spiel mich! , TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
18:00 Ballettgala der Opernballettschule, Opernhaus
19:30 Bad Dates - Komödie, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Der zerbrochene Krug, Theater im Palais
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Musik - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

13:00 Maifest im Volkshaus, Volkshaus
17:00 Darf ich bitten?, Schauspielhaus
17:00 F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Die erste Walpurgisnacht, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
19:00 Facelift live im Thomawirt!, Thomawirt
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Opern Frühstück, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
12:00 Was diesmal geschah..., Schauspielhaus
13:00 Sprechakte versus Sprachbilder: Was Schreiben für die Bühne bedeutet, Schauspielhaus
18:00 Neue Heimat - Vertraute Religion, Pfarre St. Lukas
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Theater/Tanz - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Die spanische Fliege, Albertussaal
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
20:00 Lupus in Fabula, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Post it - Teil 2: Der Guru schlägt zurück, Theater am Lend
20:30 Ohner erzählt: Der Schatz im Silbersee, Gasthaus Postl
20:30 Vigyázat, Szomszéd! Vorsicht, Nachbar!, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 (Ebene 3)
Samstag, 11.6.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 11.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
09:00 Konstruktive Unruhe. Österreichischer Zeitgeschichtetag 2016, Universität Graz
11:00 Brunch talk, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
19:00 All in One Ball, Seifenfabrik Veranstaltungszentrum
19:00 Die Macht des Unterbewußten, kunstGarten
19:30 Raiding the Digital Icebox. Meditations Around Terry Winters' Graz Cabinet, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Samstag, 4.6.2016
Musik - 04.06.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 160 Jahre Liedertafel Andritz, Jugendzentrum Graz-Andritz
17:00 Die Lange Nacht der jungen Chöre, Orpheum
19:30 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Opernhaus
20:00 Barockensemble Gioia & Hans-Peter Ertler (Abraham a Sancta Clara), Leechkirche
20:00 Night of Pop, Orpheum
21:00 Buena Ronda Tour Stop Graz II, Forum Stadtpark
21:00 Kirk Knuffke Trio, Stockwerk
22:00 14 Jahre - Völlig losgelöst, p.p.c
22:00 Pension Fürstenfeld, p.p.c
22:30 Bella Wagner meets Holter & Mogyoro, Postgarage
22:30 Zimmerlautstärke II, Interpretationszentrum
Dienstag, 21.6.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 21.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 14.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 14.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Arrivals Departures , Galerie Centrum Graz
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
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
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)
EUROPEAN 13, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fritz Oberleitner , Kunsthalle Graz
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
HOLT - beyond tradition, designforum Steiermark
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Let‟s go Grazy, herzlich - Jugend am Werk Laden
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Vonbank, Galerie Kunst & Handel
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Nothing Stops Detroit, Graz
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
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
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Werden , RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Freitag, 6.5.2016
Musik - 06.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Lendwirbel in der Scherbe, Cafe Scherbe
15:30 Grrrls Night Out Lendwrrrrbl 2016, Cafe Scherbe
19:00 Eva Argentina JAM SESSION mit Freunden, InCafe
20:00 Detroit Sound Night, Graz
22:00 Strictly.Beats feat Rene LaVice (RAM UK), Postgarage
Sonntag, 22.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 22.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Awarded Design from Croatia, designHALLE
BEAUTIFIC BREAK, designforum Steiermark
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
EUROPEAN 13, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
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
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 15.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 16.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 16.06.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 Monolith - eine begehbarer Ausstellungscontainer, Kapistran Pieller Platz
Samstag, 30.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 30.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Herbert Granditz, Gösser Bräu
20:00 Ludwig Müller, Theatercafe
Freitag, 24.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 24.06.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 Das Planetenparty Prinzip - Bitte spiel mich! , TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
19:30 Bad Dates - Komödie, Theater Spielensemble
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Campiello - Eine Komödie zum Streiten und Lieben, Taggerhof-Hönigtal / Schloss - Spiele Reinthal Sommertheater
20:00 Der zerbrochene Krug, Theater im Palais
20:00 Game of Death. Jacob Banigan supported by Albi Klinger, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
20:00 Ohner erzählt: Der Schatz im Silbersee, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Subway 35, Theater im Keller
Samstag, 4.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 04.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
[ Eröffnung ] Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
[ Eröffnung ] Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 24.6.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 24.06.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Abschlusspräsentationen der Spielclubs und Partnerklassen, Next Liberty
15:00 Kinder-Sachen-Flohmarkt, Hofbauerplatz
16:00 Das kleine Ich bin Ich , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 26.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 26.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Martin Kosch , Theatercafe
Donnerstag, 16.6.2016
Führungen - 16.06.2016 :: 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
17:00 Was(s)erleben, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
18:00 Griesviertel Rundgang, Hotel Weitzer - Das Weitzer
Freitag, 13.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 13.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 Meet the Designer: Edda Ruckenbauer-Schaup, Graz
19:00 Lecture mit Helmut Lackner, Graz
19:00 Petra Ganglbauer und Michael Fischer, kunstGarten
19:30 No Surprising News (D), Dirk Begemann (D), JUZ Explosiv
20:00 Kultum Slam, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - Kleiner Minoritensaal
Sonntag, 22.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 22.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Internationaler Museumstag im UMJ, Universalmuseum Joanneum
15:00 Musik zur Sprache gebracht, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - ImCubus
19:00 1. Tagebuch Slam in Graz, Theater im Keller
Freitag, 29.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 29.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Christopf Eder , Kulturwerkstatt - Integratives Bildungs- und Kulturzentrum
20:00 Ludwig Müller, Theatercafe
Samstag, 18.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 18.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
LITTLE BEANS - big trouble, kunstGarten
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
[ Finissage ] Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Stages of Trust, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza1, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Vernissage ] The Other Window, CAPPERI! il locale
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 18.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 18.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Aktionstag Plastik ade , Hauptplatz
Dienstag, 24.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 24.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:30 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
12:00 Heb ab! Die Zukunft wartet nicht, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
19:00 Heb ab! Die Zukunft wartet nicht, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
Mittwoch, 18.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 18.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
Zusammensetzung. Mit Abstimmung. 2016, Verschiedene Orte
14:00 Verkostung: Winery Moonvalley Tokajer & Macarons, Graz
Montag, 13.6.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 13.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
19:00 Neue Literatur aus Montenegro, Literaturhaus
Dienstag, 14.6.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 14.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
16:00 Auf ein Spiel, Kunsthalle Graz
18:00 Auf ein Spiel, Kunsthalle Graz
Samstag, 11.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 11.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Zeitgeschichte öffentlich: Open Space, Universität Graz
13:00 Oper Graz | Komm mit …!, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Donnerstag, 12.5.2016
Führungen - 12.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Frei-Zeit?! Weltenbummer - Stille Einwanderer unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 5 Jahre City of Design / Tour I, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
18:00 Griesviertel Rundgang, Hotel Weitzer - Das Weitzer
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Musik ERZÄHLT, Schloßberg
Samstag, 18.6.2016
Führungen - 18.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Radtour Urban Gardening und soziale Aspekte, Graz
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Kreativ Rundgang, Insel in der Mur
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
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
Montag, 20.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 20.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Montag, 30.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 30.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Missoni, Graz
13:00 Days of open performance Graz, Forum Stadtpark
17:00 Vegetarische Köstlichkeiten aus Syrien mit Hazem, spektral
Freitag, 27.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 27.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Dimensionen des Politischen, Verschiedene Orte
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
09:00 Dimensionen des Politischen, AK Arbeiterkammer Graz
17:00 Präsentation Cèline, Kaiser-Josef-Platz (Markt)
18:00 Performance Practice in Contemporary Music, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
Mittwoch, 22.6.2016
Führungen - 22.06.2016 :: 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
16:30 Treffpunkt LENDKARREE: FrauenStadtSpaziergang Lend, Graz
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
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
Montag, 23.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 23.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
18:00 Die Grundlagen der Filmmusik und ihre Funktionsweise - besonders in Hinblick auf die Stummfilmmusik, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
18:00 Improvisation, Gender Performativity, and the Virtuosity of Excess, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
19:00 Ende der Freiheit? Zur Kritik eines philosophischen Begriffs durch die Hirnforschung, Universität Graz, Aula
19:00 Jahrgangsspeisen - Kochbuchjahrgang 2015/16 unter der Designlupe, designforum Steiermark
19:00 Peter Rosei, Literaturhaus
19:00 So weit uns Spaniens Hoffnung trug, KPÖ Bildungszentrum
19:00 Von Friedensverträgen und Bauernopfern, Weltladen 1
Donnerstag, 23.6.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 23.06.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
21:00 Transforming Urban: Tel Aviv , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016
Musik - 09.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Winterschlussfestival, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
19:00 Jimmy & The Goofballs, p.p.c
19:00 My Fair Lady, Opernhaus
19:30 Gospel und Pop, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
20:00 Bass & Guitar Confluence, WIST Moserhofgasse
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Harmonie Terror, dramagraz
21:00 Live-Jazzmusik in der Hotelbar, Parkhotel Graz
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
23:00 LateNightJam@Theatercafé, Theatercafe
Mittwoch, 25.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 25.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
Sonntag, 22.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 22.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Fesch ' markt Graz # 5, Seifenfabrik Veranstaltungszentrum
LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Opernbrunch, Opernhaus - Spiegelfoyer
11:00 assembly | Verkaufsausstellung & Walking Wall, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 FESCH„MARKT, Seifenfabrik Veranstaltungszentrum
Donnerstag, 19.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 19.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 FH Lecture Days 2016, designforum Steiermark
16:00 Schreib mir was rein! Stammbücher und Freundschaftsbücher, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
18:00 Klimawandel im Spiegel der Sprache, Europäisches Fremdsprachenzentrum
19:00 Bettina Messner, edition keiper (neuer Verlags-Standort)
19:00 Die Welt so nah: Der Krieg gegen die Kurden in der Türkei , Universität Graz
19:00 HDA Landdialog - Weißbuch Innenstadt, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
19:00 Lecture mit Christoph Marek, Graz
19:00 Sabine Scholl, Literaturhaus
19:00 Studies & Evocations, Kunsthalle Graz
19:30 Johannes Silberschneider liest Herms Fritz, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Schizophrenie und Psychose - Wahn versus Wirklichkeit , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerstag, 26.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 26.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Dimensionen des Politischen, Verschiedene Orte
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
09:00 Dimensionen des Politischen, AK Arbeiterkammer Graz
Samstag, 28.5.2016
Führungen - 28.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 impuls MinutenKonzerte . Galerienrundgang mit Musik, Galerie Blazek - Gangl (Primitive Gangl)
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, 25.5.2016
Führungen - 25.05.2016 :: 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
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Arrivals Departures , Galerie Centrum Graz
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
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
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)
Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
Fritz Oberleitner , Kunsthalle Graz
GIOM / Guillaume Bruère, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
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
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Michael Vonbank, Galerie Kunst & Handel
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Nothing Stops Detroit, Graz
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Werden , RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Dienstag, 24.5.2016
Musik - 24.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Vladimir Jurowski & Wiener Symphoniker, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
19:45 Tafelmusik, Minoritensaal
20:00 H.O.M.E. Quartet, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 Pierre Boulez: Structures Ia für zwei Klaviere, Sonatine für Flöte und Klavier, Kunstuniversität Graz - Aula
Samstag, 21.5.2016
Musik - 21.05.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Vernissage ] 17:00 Das Karusell, Schloßberg, Kanonenbastei
18:00 (Ré-)citations, Minoritensaal
19:00 At the crossroads, Cafe Phönix
19:00 Liederabend Franz Schubert Schwanengesang, kunstGarten
19:30 Take back the Music, Forum Stadtpark
19:45 Musique baroque française, Pfarre Münzgraben (Fatimakirche)
20:00 Den Wind kann man nicht aufhalten, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Explo All Stars (A), JUZ Explosiv
20:00 In Zungen reden ... für Artikulationsorgane, Gesten und Dinge, Minoritensaal
20:00 Italienische Kammermusik, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
20:00 Lobt Gott in seinem Heiligtum, Pfarr- und Kulturzentrum Kalvarienberg
20:00 tnmg - Tage neuer Musik: Musik und Sprache, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
20:30 Corry Gass & The Wild Dogs with friends, MOXX
20:30 Restless Bones, Generalmusikdirektion
21:00 SOULbRÜDER funk inc. party night, Graz
22:00 Chic Noir - Der Soundportal Electro Swing Club, p.p.c
22:00 Worst of the 90s + electronic special, Postgarage
Mittwoch, 1.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 01.06.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Nadja Maleh, Theatercafe
Mittwoch, 8.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 08.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Betrunkene oder Ist die Liebe echt, wenn sie pathetisch ist?, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
19:30 Die 39. Stufen , Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 allerDings, Die Brücke
20:00 MAIDORF - Trilogie des Zusammenlebens Vol. 2, Theater am Lend
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, 18.5.2016
Führungen - 18.05.2016 :: 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
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
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
Dienstag, 21.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 21.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografsko drustvo Radovljica (SLO), CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
[ Eröffnung ] Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stages of Trust, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza1, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Other Window, CAPPERI! il locale
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Freitag, 20.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 20.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Alfred Dorfer & Florian Scheuba, Orpheum
20:00 Steinböck & Strobl, Theatercafe
Freitag, 6.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 06.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 HOLT - beyond tradition - Frühstück, designforum Steiermark
13:30 Einst und heute, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
15:00 Galerientage 2016 - Freitagsprogramm, Verschiedene Orte
[ Eröffnung ] 15:00 Zinefair #Riafeniz, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
15:30 Jani Schwob | BACK TO EARTH, kunstGarten
15:30 Performance Heinz Chibulka und Intervention Jani Schwob, kunstGarten
16:00 Reininghaus Baumgeschichten - Präsentation, Reininghausgründe
[ Eröffnung ] 18:00 Auftakt der GALERIENTAGE 2016 - Official Opening, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
18:00 Launch of the Maganoy-Wilson Brand, Culture Exchange Graz
[ Vernissage ] 19:00 Tasty - New Era, Himmelgrau Offline
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 15.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 8. Waldfest am Grazer Hauptplatz, Hauptplatz
Samstag, 4.6.2016
Führungen - 04.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bildungscampus Algersdorf - Gemeinsames Lernen, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:00 Unterwegs, Verschiedene Orte
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
10:30 Reading the City - Literarische Räume in Graz, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
11:00 LKH Univ.-Klinikum Graz - Eine Stadt für die Gesundheit, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
11:30 Zeitgenössischer Grazer Wohnbau, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
12:00 TUTANCHAMUN - Sein Grab und seine Schätze, Grazer Messe
13:00 Technische Universität Graz - Wissensräume, HDA Haus der Architektur Graz
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Haltung und Wert - ein Tandem im Bauen?, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
14:00 SILENT ACUPUNCTURE / SUBLIM, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Think BIG - Bauen für die Bildung, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
15:00 TUTANCHAMUN - Sein Grab und seine Schätze, Grazer Messe
17:00 Führung durch die Oper, Opernhaus
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
17:00 Schlossbergrundgang , Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:00 Orgelführung, Grazer Dom
Dienstag, 7.6.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 07.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Ecsite Annual Conference 2016 , Verschiedene Orte
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
18:30 Paris de luxe! Präzises und Elegantes aus der Seinemetropole, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
19:00 HEIMAT:MACHT:MIGRANTig, Akademie Graz
Montag, 13.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 13.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grenzüberschreitend, Galerie Centrum Graz
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Montag, 6.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 06.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Igor : Friedrich : Petkovic, Akademie Graz
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Montag, 20.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 20.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 MONTAG.Die improvisierte Show, Orpheum
20:00 Bunny, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 15.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Vernissage ] Christa Maria Fratzl, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Grenzüberschreitend, Galerie Centrum Graz
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
[ Finissage ] KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
[ Eröffnung ] Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
[ Eröffnung ] Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 11.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Die 39. Stufen , Theater Lechthaler - Belic
20:00 blankTon, Die Brücke
Dienstag, 14.6.2016
Führungen - 14.06.2016 :: 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
Dienstag, 31.5.2016
Führungen - 31.05.2016 :: 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
Samstag, 7.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 07.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Kunst Markt in der Kunst-Meile-Graz, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Muttertagsmarkt am Hauptplatz Graz, Hauptplatz
10:00 Verkostungen im „das Gramm” , Graz
Freitag, 6.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 06.05.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Andrea Sadjak, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
[ Eröffnung ] Arrivals Departures , Galerie Centrum Graz
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
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Collective Desk - Einblicke in eine öffentliche Produktentwicklung, Graz
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)
Elisabeth Kraus, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Erwin Bohatsch, Reinisch Contemporary
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Fritz Maierhofer, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
[ Eröffnung ] Fritz Oberleitner , Kunsthalle Graz
GIOM / Guillaume Bruère, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
[ Eröffnung ] Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
HOLT - beyond tradition, designforum Steiermark
[ Eröffnung ] Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
[ Eröffnung ] Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Let‟s go Grazy, herzlich - Jugend am Werk Laden
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
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
[ Eröffnung ] Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
[ Eröffnung ] Michael Vonbank, Galerie Kunst & Handel
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Nothing Stops Detroit, Graz
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
[ Eröffnung ] Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Teresa Katharina, Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
Ulli Gollesch , Landhaus - Landstube des Landtags Steiermark
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
[ Eröffnung ] Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
[ Eröffnung ] Werden , RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Willi Rast , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wolfgang Rahs, kunst.wirt.schaft
[ Eröffnung ] Zinefair #Riafeniz, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Freitag, 20.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 20.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Fesch ' markt Graz # 5, Seifenfabrik Veranstaltungszentrum
LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 assembly | Verkaufsausstellung & Walking Wall, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:00 FESCH„MARKT, Seifenfabrik Veranstaltungszentrum
16:00 Zusammensetzung. Mit Abstimmung. 2016, Verschiedene Orte
17:00 Street Fashion Show, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 17.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 17.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Club Fiction , Theater im Palais
19:30 Frequenzen, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Johnny Breitwieser, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Warum ich meine demente Mutter belüge, Literaturhaus
Samstag, 21.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 21.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Rund ums Eis, Buchhandlung Moser
11:00 Tag der Interkultur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:00 Musik zur Sprache gebracht, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten - ImCubus
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Musik - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Opern-Frühstück zu Benjamin Brittens The Turn of the Screw, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
18:00 Traum & Wirklichkeit, Graz
20:00 Die Seer, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
Mittwoch, 25.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 25.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Missoni, Graz
14:00 Entstehung und offenes, verhandelbares Resultat. Genetische und performativauditive , Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
14:00 Präsentation: Poleit Swimwear, Sunset Star Records
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
15:00 Nachhaltige Bademodelinie Sjø, Graz
19:00 from heaven to hell, freie galerie (cafe erde)
21:00 Installationspräsentation Jörg Piringer: unicode forever, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Freitag, 13.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 13.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
Sonntag, 15.5.2016, 21:02
(PR-inside.com) Spannender Diskurs über Karl Kraus in einer neuen Anthologie!

Am 20. Juni wird bei bilder.worte.töne die Anthologie „Karl Kraus kontrovers“ präsentiert, herausgegeben von Gera Gall in der „edition tarantel“. Anlässlich seines 80. Todestages (12. Juni 1936) wird dem bedeutenden österreichischen ..
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 11.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Gunkl, Theatercafe
Dienstag, 31.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 31.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Missoni, Graz
19:00 Nachspielzeit, Atelier Jungwirth
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 09.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
[ Vernissage ] 18:00 Markus ins Heute gemalt, Griesplatz
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 Detroit Movie Night #2, Graz
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
Freitag, 17.6.2016
Musik - 17.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Doktorandinnenforum PHD, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
18:00 Chromatische Mundharmonika und Concertina, Harmonikazentrum
19:00 Emotionale Improvisation, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
19:00 Tango Pasion, Salon Eva Pürstner
19:30 Catwalk, p.p.c
19:30 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Opernhaus
19:30 Liederabend, Musiksalon Erfurt
20:00 Freud und Leid, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
20:00 Grazer Jodelstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
20:00 Komm... von mondo musicale, Minoritensaal
20:00 Olivias Jodelstammtisch, Gasthof Gehringer
22:00 I LOVE THE 90's, p.p.c
22:00 Soulsville, p.p.c
22:00 Studio 74 - celebrate the golden times of disco, Generalmusikdirektion
Dienstag, 17.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 17.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Aniada a Noar, Theatercafe
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
Donnerstag, 19.5.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 19.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Pomerol, Herzog & de Meuron , Forum Stadtpark
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Führungen - 08.05.2016 :: 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 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Führung mit Anette Freudenberger, Kunsthalle Graz
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Führung mit Christian Kobald, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung mit Schwerpunkt Neue Galerie Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Immer wieder sonntags, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
17:00 Frauen als Opfer des Nationalsozialismus, Frauen im Widerstand, Südtirolerplatz
Mittwoch, 1.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 01.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
19:00 Stammtisch der :freien galerie:, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Sonntag, 19.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 19.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Sonntag, 15.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 15.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Ecsite für alle - eine Stadt baut eine Maschine, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:30 Wundersame Welten: Fantastische Tiere aus Feuer, Wasser, Luft und Erde, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Basteln für Kinder I, Büro der Nachbarschaften
15:00 Neue Geschichten von altem Zeug , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
15:00 Tierische Münzen , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Münzkabinett Schloss Eggenberg
16:00 Die sieben Raben, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Sonntag, 15.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 15.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Missoni, Graz
12:00 Swinging Tweed Run-Picknick, Grazer Stadtpark
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Freitag, 6.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 06.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Kunst Markt in der Kunst-Meile-Graz, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Muttertagsmarkt am Hauptplatz Graz, Hauptplatz
Dienstag, 10.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 10.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Andrea Sadjak, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
Arrivals Departures , Galerie Centrum Graz
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
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Collective Desk - Einblicke in eine öffentliche Produktentwicklung, Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Elisabeth Kraus, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Fritz Oberleitner , Kunsthalle Graz
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
HOLT - beyond tradition, designforum Steiermark
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Jakob Gnilsak (Fotografsko drustvo Radovljica - SLO), CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Let‟s go Grazy, herzlich - Jugend am Werk Laden
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Michael Vonbank, Galerie Kunst & Handel
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
[ Eröffnung ] Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
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
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Freitag, 27.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 27.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil, Next Liberty
15:00 Zeitlichkeit und Ewigkeit, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
15:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
16:00 Der kleine Marienkäfer, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
21:30 Nachts im Schloss, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Montag, 23.5.2016
Führungen - 23.05.2016 :: 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
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 04.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Jörg-Martin Willnauer, Theatercafe
Samstag, 14.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 14.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Meet the Designers: km/a und Kathrin Hiebler, Graz
14:00 Spielsamstag Zu „Der Sturm” von William Shakespeare, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
18:30 Story Marathon, Opernhaus
Dienstag, 3.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 03.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Jörg-Martin Willnauer, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 magic sunday, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
Freitag, 17.6.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 17.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Werkstättenfestival - Willkommen! , Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
15:00 Offener Spielenachmittag, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
15:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
16:00 Der gelbe Storch an der Wand, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
20:15 Bat Night Begins …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 17.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 17.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Markus Hauptmann , Casino Graz
20:00 Clemens M. Schreiner, Theatercafe
Montag, 23.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 23.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
[ Eröffnung ] Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Collective Desk - Einblicke in eine öffentliche Produktentwicklung, Graz
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
[ Eröffnung ] Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
KliMacht|CliMatters, UniGraz@Museum
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Monika Schönbacher Frischenschlager, Hilmteichschlössl
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
Ulrike Pichler-Pappermann, Stadtrechnungshof der Stadt Graz
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 09.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alfred Resch , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
[ Eröffnung ] Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
[ Eröffnung ] FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Igor : Friedrich : Petkovic, Akademie Graz
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 24.6.2016
Musik - 24.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 30 Jahre Band für Steiermark Open Air, Mariahilferplatz
19:00 Carmen, Opernhaus
[ Eröffnung ] 19:00 Die Gedanken sind frei, Passamtswiese-Stadtpark Graz
19:00 PDF Trio, kunstGarten
19:00 Sommerkonzert im Schlosshof St. Martin, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
19:30 Die Welt der Oper zu Gast im Steiermarkhof, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
19:30 Österreichisch-deutsche Begegnung, Musiksalon Erfurt
19:30 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Brauhaus Graz Eggenberg
19:30 Scan II , MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:30 Von London bis Peking: Macht Klang Differenz?, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
20:00 Nada Surf, Postgarage
20:00 szene instrumental performs denovaire: dystopian pleasure, Forum Stadtpark
20:00 Wie ich sein will - Titus & Die Schaumkrone , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
22:00 Guacamole Paradise, Parkhouse
23:00 Massive Playgrounds pres. A-Cray, Postgarage
Dienstag, 17.5.2016
Führungen - 17.05.2016 :: 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
15:00 Führung „Kunst trifft Natur” , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 21.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 21.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Arrivals Departures , Galerie Centrum Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Awarded Design from Croatia, designHALLE
BEAUTIFIC BREAK, designforum Steiermark
[ Eröffnung ] Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
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)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
EUROPEAN 13, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fritz Oberleitner , Kunsthalle Graz
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Let‟s go Grazy, herzlich - Jugend am Werk Laden
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Vonbank, Galerie Kunst & Handel
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Monika Schönbacher Frischenschlager, Hilmteichschlössl
MOSGRA, Citypark
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Nothing Stops Detroit, Graz
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
Teresa Katharina, Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
verfolgt, beraubt, vertrieben, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Werden , RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
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, 29.5.2016
Führungen - 29.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Blühende Majestäten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloßpark Eggenberg
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Die Frau in der Kunst: Heilige Jungfrau oder verruchte Verführerin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Führung durch „Die Hölle der Lebenden”. Hommage à Italo Calvino, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Freitag, 10.6.2016
Führungen - 10.06.2016 :: 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
15:00 Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
15:30 Blühende Majestäten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloßpark Eggenberg
16:00 Schawuot, Sabbat und Mikwe - Jüdische Grazer Frauengeschichte(n) , Volksgartenpavillon
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Hofhalten, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Kriminaltango - entdecken Sie die dunklen Seiten von Graz!, Landhaushof
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Mittwoch, 25.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 25.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Flüsterzweieck, Theatercafe
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
Samstag, 4.6.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 04.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 AZ 247 , HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
13:00 Das Leben der Erinnerung, Schauspielhaus
15:00 Die letzte Insel der Seligen oder: Theater im Umbruch?, Schauspielhaus
15:00 Europäische versus Außereuropäische Dramatik , Schauspielhaus
18:30 Unsere Geschichten / Our Stories, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 (Ebene 3)
Freitag, 3.6.2016
Führungen - 03.06.2016 :: 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
14:00 Zu Gast bei... - Atelierrundgang, Verschiedene Orte
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:30 Blühende Majestäten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloßpark Eggenberg
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Hofhalten, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Grätz - eine mittelalterliche Spurensuche, Hauptplatz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
21:30 Glanzlichter 2016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Montag, 9.5.2016, 15:34
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Samstag, 28.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 28.05.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Struwwelpeter, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Fröhliche Geister , Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
20:00 Johnny Breitwieser, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters adapted by Stephen Briggs, Literaturhaus
20:30 Vigyázat, Szomszéd! Vorsicht, Nachbar!, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 (Ebene 3)
Mittwoch, 22.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 22.06.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 QL-Flohmarkt , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Samstag, 30.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 30.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Philips kleine Fibel, Buchhandlung Moser
14:00 Atheismus oder Kulturchristentum, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Donnerstag, 5.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 05.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Andrea Sadjak, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
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
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Collective Desk - Einblicke in eine öffentliche Produktentwicklung, 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)
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
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
HOLT - beyond tradition, designforum Steiermark
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
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
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Nothing Stops Detroit, Graz
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Philippe Van Snick, Grazer Kunstverein Im Palais Thinnfeld
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
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
Willi Rast , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wolfgang Rahs, kunst.wirt.schaft
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Dienstag, 3.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 03.05.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Meet the Designer: Femme Maison, Kastner & Öhler
14:00 Vanity - ein barockes Happening, Kastner & Öhler
17:00 Designgenuss: SkinGin & Macarons, Graz
18:00 Präsentation des Ompura T-Shirts, Graz
Freitag, 27.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 27.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Fröhliche Geister , Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
20:00 Game of Death, Theater im Bahnhof - Neue Spielstätte
20:00 Ohner erzählt: Der Schatz im Silbersee, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Terry Pratchett's Wyrd Sisters adapted by Stephen Briggs, Literaturhaus
Dienstag, 7.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 07.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Fotografsko drustvo Radovljica (SLO), CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Igor : Friedrich : Petkovic, Akademie Graz
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
[ Vernissage ] Metamodernism - A Cultural Cartography of the Present, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 09.06.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Lange Nacht des Kabaretts - Tour 2015 , Theatercafe
Dienstag, 24.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 24.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Thru The Heart Talk #3, Lendloft
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:30 Flüchtlingskrise und Baukultur, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
18:30 Slowenien für Linksabbieger, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
18:30 Thomas Muster - Der Weg zur Nummer eins, Institut für Molekulare Biowissenschaften
19:00 Jean-Philippe Toussaint, Literaturhaus
Samstag, 14.5.2016
Führungen - 14.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung mit Schwerpunkt Neue Galerie Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 1.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 01.06.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Christoph STEINER: Wolf, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
19:00 Giordano Bruno. Held der Freiheit, Cafe Phönix
19:30 Betrunkene, Schauspielhaus
19:30 Christoph STEINER: Wolf, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
19:30 Die 39. Stufen , Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Fröhliche Geister , Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
20:00 Theater Mobil , Die Brücke
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 26.04.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Berni Wagner, Theatercafe
Dienstag, 7.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 07.06.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Lange Nacht des Kabaretts - Tour 2015 , Theatercafe
Donnerstag, 5.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 05.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:00 Ein Elefant mit rosaroten Ohren, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Muttertag im Universalmuseum Joanneum , Universalmuseum Joanneum
10:00 Urban Senses , HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
11:00 Galerientage 2016 - Sonntagsprogramm, Verschiedene Orte
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Donnerstag, 16.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 16.06.2016 :: Programm heute

18:30 Jeder...Niemand . Graz und die Menschenrechte, Schauspielhaus
19:30 Der Sturm, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Fröhliche Geister , Komödianten in St. Leonhard (Kistl Theater)
20:00 Subway 35, Theater im Keller
Montag, 2.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 02.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
Dienstag, 26.4.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 26.04.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 Global Shopping Village, TU - Technische Universität Graz
Donnerstag, 23.6.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 23.06.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
16:00 Das kleine Ich bin Ich , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 26.5.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 26.05.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Ecsite für alle - eine Stadt baut eine Maschine, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
20:00 Filmkunst aus F., kunstGarten
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)
Mittwoch, 22.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 22.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
19:00 Stammtisch der :freien galerie:, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Freitag, 20.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 20.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Ein Hut, ein Stock, ein Regenschirm, Theater im Palais
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
12:00 Heb ab! Die Zukunft wartet nicht, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
15:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
16:00 Die Geggis, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:00 Ecsite für alle - eine Stadt baut eine Maschine, Volksgarten
16:00 Mäuschen Max hört auf sein Herz, Pfarr- und Kulturzentrum Kalvarienberg
19:00 Heb ab! Die Zukunft wartet nicht, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
20:15 Bat Night Begins …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
11:00 Echte Tüftelgenies hautnah! Ein Jahr im Leben einer Erfinderfamilie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
11:00 Froschkonzert und Natternhemd, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
11:00 Herr Diletti entdeckt die Oper, Opernhaus
14:00 Familienrundgang , Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Wundertiere entdecken *: Hoch in den Lüften , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Echte Tüftelgenies hautnah! Elektronik lernt riechen, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Räum dein Zeug weg!, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 Ein Stück vom Glück, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 3.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 03.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Andrea Hörmanseder, cafe palaver
Andrea Sadjak, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
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
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Collective Desk - Einblicke in eine öffentliche Produktentwicklung, 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
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
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
[ Vernissage ] Jakob Gnilsak (Fotografsko drustvo Radovljica - SLO), CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
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
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Maria Thurn und Taxis, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Reinhild Gerum, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Robert Gabris, Akademie Graz
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
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
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
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Mittwoch, 18.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 18.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Die Übüs in Ketten, werkraum THEATER (Studio)
19:00 Through the Looking-Glass (Performance), Graz
19:30 Betrunkene, Schauspielhaus
19:30 Club Fiction , Theater im Palais
19:30 Die 39. Stufen , Theater Lechthaler - Belic
20:00 Dosenfleisch, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
20:00 wir, Die Brücke
Dienstag, 10.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 10.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
Freitag, 20.5.2016
Führungen - 20.05.2016 :: 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
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Kriminaltango - entdecken Sie die dunklen Seiten von Graz!, Landhaushof
20:30 Vollmondfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Donnerstag, 26.5.2016
Musik - 26.05.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
22:00 springfestival, Postgarage
23:00 LateNightJam@Theatercafé, Theatercafe
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 11.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Matinee der erzählenden Künste, Orpheum
10:00 Nöstlinger-Interpretationen in der Landesbibliothek, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
11:00 Matinee der erzählenden Künste, Orpheum
15:00 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Buchhandlung büchersegler
15:00 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
16:30 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
19:30 Schleudergang - das spontane Festival, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
Events
Film & TV
Donnerstag, 5.5.2016, 23:45

The British actor does a fine, intelligent turn as the troubled singer Hank Williams, but this baggy biopic never really finds its shape

Can the British invasion of Hollywood get any more startling than this? Country music icon Hank Williams played by ... Tom Hiddleston? Maybe even now Eddie Redmayne is getting ready to play Elvis. It’s counterintuitive casting, to say the least, for this intensely American figure. My personal theory is that George W Bush could always count on some sentimental loyalty from the voters because he looked a bit like Hank Williams. Well, Hiddleston brings his focused and intelligent technique to bear on the role; the externals are plausible, the accent is fine and he does his own (very good) singing. There is something interesting in his every scene. But alongside him, Elizabeth Olsen – playing Hank’s first wife Audrey – looks natural and relaxed in a way Hiddleston never quite does. This is a long, baggy movie about Williams’s troubled life and career in the 1940s and 50s. It never really finds its shape, either as a conventional biopic or an intentionally mysterious scenes-from-a-life study. Williams gets drunk a lot, cheats on his wife, does drugs on the road, misses gigs and suffers from chronic back pain. Wives and girlfriends flit in and out of the action. Disappointingly, Olsen isn’t in it much, and her genuine rapport with Hiddleston isn’t developed. An interestingly acted curiosity.

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Montag, 2.5.2016, 11:00

A special edition devoted to a spoiler-filled review of the latest Marvel epic

Your daily update of the latest news and reviews from the Guardian film team. Now showing: today’s edition is given over entirely to a special edition reviewing at length the new Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War, which introduces to the superhero flock new recruits Black Panther and Spider-Man. Warning: there are spoilers on today’s episode.


Follow us on Twitter (GuardianFilm, Henry, Ben, Catherine and producer Rowan) and check out our Facebook page. Comment on the show below.
Further reading:
Peter Bradshaw gives Captain America four stars

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Freitag, 6.5.2016, 11:39

The actor appears in this week’s Knight of Cups, Terrence Malick’s ponderous look at LA’s rich and famous, but what have his finest career choices been?

The past 12 months have seen Antonio Banderas star as both a food-obsessed pirate called Burger-Beard in The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water and a party-lounging playboy in Terrence Malick’s latest, Knight of Cups. At 55, versatility is clearly not a problem for the star.

Related: Knight of Cups review: Malick's back! With the least interesting spiritual crisis in history

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Donnerstag, 5.5.2016, 22:15

By removing the element of danger from its plot, this Belgian animation, featuring a gallery of chatty animals, has nowhere to go

Once known as The Wild Life, this Belgian-derived animation arrives at an idea that Pixar or DreamWorks would have nurtured – Defoe’s castaway, as observed by chatty animals – then does nothing very notable with it. Instead, there follows another stereoscopic runaround.

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Mittwoch, 11.5.2016, 13:35

Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart give excellent performances as an on-the-make New Yorker and the woman he falls in love with in Allen’s likable romance

Woody Allen’s Café Society is a sweet, sad, insubstantial jeu d’ésprit, watchable, charming and beautifully shot by Vittorio Storaro – yet always freighted by a pedantic nostalgia for the 1930s golden age in both Hollywood and New York, nostalgia which the title itself rather coercively announces. The movie boasts charming and intelligent lead performances from Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg – a career-highlight for Eisenberg, actually, who plays a white tuxedo-ed Manhattan nightclub manager whose broken heart has caused him to undergo a Bogartian growing up: from a gauche boy to a mature, disillusioned man, trapped in the wrong marriage.

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Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 08:00

Watching landmarks being blown up used to be thrilling. But can we enjoy films like Bastille Day, Made in France and London Has Fallen in the same way after the Paris and Brussels attacks?

In London Has Fallen, the Italian prime minister is on the roof of one of Westminster Abbey’s towers, canoodling with a woman 30 years his junior. This Berlucsconian cliche is ostensibly in town, along with other world leaders, for the funeral of his British counterpart.

Related: London Has Fallen review – Team America without the jokes

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Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 06:24

Spectre director ‘very honoured’ to preside over international panel choosing best film

British film director Sam Mendes will head the jury at the 73rd Venice film festival, organisers have announced.

Mendes, who has directed several blockbusters including James Bond pictures Skyfall and Spectre, said he was “delighted” to be asked to preside over the world’s oldest film festival.

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Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 02:00
Milliar­den User in aller Welt haben die "Angry Birds" zum erfolgreichsten Smartphone-Spiel aller Zeiten gemacht. Jetzt kommt die App ins Kino.
Freitag, 6.5.2016, 00:43

Director Rob Reiner’s comeback film, based on a screenplay by his son, is packed with cliches about teenage drug addiction, but not without charm

Critics frequently cite François Truffaut’s theory that there can never be a true anti-war film. I’d like to extend this to the much smaller genre of films about young kids of privilege who get stuck in drug rehabs or mental wards. What adolescent doesn’t want to scowl and spit in the face of square adults who just don’t get it? Moreover, these boys (it’s almost always boys) brood their way right into the hearts and arms of understanding, sexy girls who also refuse to do what society says. What a blast! From David and Lisa to It’s Kind of a Funny Story (making stops along the way with scenes from Ordinary People and lesser known movies like Manic) I’m usually left in a reverie, half-wishing I could ditch the worries of the real world, go back in time, cozy up inside of an institution and find the love of a carefree, unorthodox girlfriend. (This is probably something I should speak to a counselor about.)

Being Charlie, the newest film from Rob Reiner based on a somewhat autobiographical screenplay by his son Nick, puts all the others to shame for making teenage drug addiction look so appealing. Not the intention, I’m sure, but dammit I don’t care what society dictates: I tell you the truth!

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Freitag, 20.5.2016, 13:48

Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem give career worst performances as doctors falling in love in west Africa while black characters are relegated to the background

When Cary Fukunaga was interviewed about the troubles he faced trying to secure funding for child-soldier drama Beasts of No Nation, he said that the process would have been a lot easier if he wasn’t making such a “black” film.

Related: The Neon Demon review: Nicolas Winding Refn makes Zoolander 3, but erotic and evil

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Freitag, 6.5.2016, 08:30

Dredd star Karl Urban says the Mega City One lawman could return via the magic of streaming. Which other box-office bombs are ripe for resurrection?

Not so long ago, if you wanted to see a revival of that much-loved cult classic adored by fans but scorned by the masses, your best bet was most likely some kind of crowdfunding campaign. These days, streaming sites such as Netflix are playing Dr Frankenstein with everything from Chinese martial arts epics (the utterly appalling Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny) to cheesy noughties teen comedies (recent miniseries Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, based on the 2001 indie favourite). So which other movies could do with a jolt of streaming-fuelled defibrillation? Come on Netflix (or Amazon), resurrect these little gems for us and we’ll hand over our monthly subscription fees with a toe-tapping jig and a smile as wide as the Ganges.

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Sonntag, 8.5.2016, 09:00
This sequel is trapped in a comedy cul-de-sac, despite the efforts of the charmingly hapless Zac Efron

The jokes were sharp and cynical the first time around. And in the sequel to the parents-versus-students comedy, they still generate plenty of laughs. The problem is, they are the same jokes, recycled into a nearly identical premise. This time Mac (Seth Rogen) and Kelly (Rose Byrne) find themselves living next to a sorority, and a reasonable request to keep the partying at a low level results in an escalation to all-out war. Teddy (Zac Efron) returns, this time on the side of the “old people”, and his low- achieving haplessness and tendency to strip off result in some of the film’s most amusing moments.

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Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 02:00
Mitten in der Nacht wird Matteo aus dem Bett gerissen und gegen seinen Willen in ein "Erziehungslager" in den Schweizer Bergen gebracht. Hier trifft er auf drei Jugendliche, die ihren Hass auf die Gesellschaft ungehemmt ausleben.
News -Kunst - Kultur
Sonntag, 22.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 22.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:15 Kinderrundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
11:00 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
14:00 Frühlingsfest Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
14:00 Schach spielerisch lernen, Tummelplatz
14:30 Wundersame Welten: Fantastische Tiere aus Feuer, Wasser, Luft und Erde, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
15:00 Neue Geschichten von altem Zeug , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 Die Geggis, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:30 Kasperl sucht den kleinen Drachen, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
Freitag, 24.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 24.06.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Initiative Kunstverleih - Licht Luft Sonne, Kunst!, Forum Stadtpark
14:00 13. Chiala Afrika Festival, Augarten
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
19:00 How to play dead?!, Atelier 12
20:00 Offenes Volkstanzen, Altkatholische Kirche
Montag, 13.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 13.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:30 Offene Klasse, Opernhaus
17:00 Meet4Music, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
22:15 All Things Swing, Forum Stadtpark
Donnerstag, 19.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 19.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 FH Lecture Days 2016, designforum Steiermark
16:00 Schreib mir was rein! Stammbücher und Freundschaftsbücher, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
18:00 Klimawandel im Spiegel der Sprache, Europäisches Fremdsprachenzentrum
19:00 Bettina Messner, edition keiper (neuer Verlags-Standort)
19:00 Die Welt so nah: Der Krieg gegen die Kurden in der Türkei , Universität Graz
19:00 HDA Landdialog - Weißbuch Innenstadt, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
19:00 Lecture mit Christoph Marek, Graz
19:00 Sabine Scholl, Literaturhaus
19:00 Studies & Evocations, Kunsthalle Graz
19:30 Johannes Silberschneider liest Herms Fritz, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:30 Schizophrenie und Psychose - Wahn versus Wirklichkeit , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016
Musik - 27.04.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Jodler-Tankstelle, Harmonikazentrum
19:30 Carmina Burana, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
19:30 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Opernhaus
20:00 COMPOSERS ENSEMBLE feat. Morten Ramsbøl (Kontrass, E.Bass), Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
20:00 Liedermacherstammtisch im Humboldtkeller, Humboldtkeller
20:00 Thorsteinn Einarsson , Generalmusikdirektion
21:00 Iljas / Plagiat, Postgarage
21:00 Jazz-Stammtisch im Babenbergerhof, Babenbergerhof
21:30 Jam Session, Cafe Phönix
Montag, 9.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 09.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
18:00 Rechtsextremismus - Prävention und politische Bildung, Universität Graz
18:30 The Creative Traveler's Handbook, Galerie Atelier Saeli
19:00 Wie frei ist unser Wille zu mehr Nachhaltigkeit?, Universität Graz, Aula
19:30 Das ist die dümmste Zeit im Jahr, Literaturhaus
Donnerstag, 5.5.2016
Führungen - 05.05.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Frei-Zeit?! Weltenbummer - Stille Einwanderer unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung mit Schwerpunkt Neue Galerie Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Unterwegs im Andrä-Viertel, Pfarrkirche St. Andrä Kirche
18:00 Griesviertel Rundgang, Hotel Weitzer - Das Weitzer
Samstag, 7.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 07.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 zweintopf im Gespräch mit Kuratorin Margareth Otti , Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
14:00 24 hours Design Thinking Challenge, Graz
14:30 Sondierung Nestbau 3, kunstGarten
15:00 TEXT/KUNST/TEXT, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
16:00 Künstlerinnengespräch mit Isa Rosenberger, rotor (am Volksgarten)
17:30 Mary Ellen Carroll in conversation with Christoph Szalay, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
Dienstag, 10.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 10.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Andrea Sadjak, Reinerhof Gotische Halle
Arrivals Departures , Galerie Centrum Graz
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
CHINA Kultur.Begegnung , Hypo Bank
COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS, Forum Stadtpark
Collective Desk - Einblicke in eine öffentliche Produktentwicklung, Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Elisabeth Kraus, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Fritz Oberleitner , Kunsthalle Graz
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
HOLT - beyond tradition, designforum Steiermark
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Jakob Gnilsak (Fotografsko drustvo Radovljica - SLO), CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Johann Pötz , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
Krisztina Nagy, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Let‟s go Grazy, herzlich - Jugend am Werk Laden
Marcello Morandini, Galerie Leonhard
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Michael Maier, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Michael Vonbank, Galerie Kunst & Handel
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Patrick Rampelotto: Goldrausch, Blazek berber carpets + textiles
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
[ Eröffnung ] Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Typisch weiblich? Vier steirische Künstlerinnen im Fokus, Pädagogische Hochschule Steiermark (Hasnerplatz)
Ulli Gollesch, Galerie im Pfarrzentrum Salvator
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
zweintopf, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 02.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
[ Eröffnung ] 18:00 Werte schaffen - Architektur-Happen aus der Steiermark, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
[ Eröffnung ] 19:00 Eröffnung: Grenzüberschreitungen, Interpretationszentrum
19:20 Selfie aus Auschwitz, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
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
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Dienstag, 10.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 10.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
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
Montag, 2.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 02.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Sonntag, 1.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 01.05.2016 :: Programm heute

08:00 Knittelfeld: Flößerstadt, Auenland, Kirchenschiff, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:30 Kirchweihfest der Universitätskirche Maria, Leechkirche
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
19:00 Offenes Volkstanzen, Schauspielhaus
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 02.06.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Gerald Holzinger , Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
20:00 Nadja Maleh, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 15.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 15.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
13:00 MÄRCHENgraz, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
Samstag, 11.6.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 11.06.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Ein Herz im Juni, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
15:00 Dudlschwung, Opernhaus - Studiobühne
15:30 Das Kind der Seehundfrau, Next Liberty
Montag, 9.5.2016
Führungen - 09.05.2016 :: 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
Montag, 30.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 30.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Missoni, Graz
13:00 Days of open performance Graz, Forum Stadtpark
17:00 Vegetarische Köstlichkeiten aus Syrien mit Hazem, spektral
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 15.06.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Clemens M. Schreiner, Theatercafe
Dienstag, 7.6.2016
Musik - 07.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Buschenschank Strommer
19:30 Seite an Seite, Theater im Palais
20:00 An evening with Lina Rahne, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 Interkultureller Musikstammtisch, Gasthof Gehringer
20:00 Katarina Juvancic & Dejan Lapanja, Cafe Scherbe
20:00 Music for Saxophone and Interactive Electronics, CUBE-Institut für Elektronische Musik
21:00 Musik die gefällt, Babenbergerhof
Montag, 16.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 16.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Freitag, 20.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 20.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Ein Hut, ein Stock, ein Regenschirm, Theater im Palais
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
12:00 Heb ab! Die Zukunft wartet nicht, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
15:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
16:00 Die Geggis, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
16:00 Ecsite für alle - eine Stadt baut eine Maschine, Volksgarten
16:00 Mäuschen Max hört auf sein Herz, Pfarr- und Kulturzentrum Kalvarienberg
19:00 Heb ab! Die Zukunft wartet nicht, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
20:15 Bat Night Begins …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Donnerstag, 5.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 05.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Muttertagsmarkt am Hauptplatz Graz, Hauptplatz
Mittwoch, 22.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 22.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Stages of Trust, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza1, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Other Window, CAPPERI! il locale
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 18.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 18.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Dosenfleisch, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
19:30 Bad Dates - Komödie, Theater Spielensemble
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Die Rabtaldirndln: Female History, Modul 3+4, Lendloft
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 09.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
[ Vernissage ] 18:00 Markus ins Heute gemalt, Griesplatz
Samstag, 18.6.2016
Musik - 18.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Doktorandinnenforum PHD, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
16:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2016, Landhaushof
18:00 Elevation Graz Showcase, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
19:00 Carmen, Opernhaus
19:00 JustFive - a cappella at its best, Musiksalon Erfurt
22:00 Arbeit Nervt! I Love To Party! Immer wieder Österreich EM-Special , p.p.c
22:00 Dirty South, p.p.c
22:00 Fete Blanche Graz 2016, Bur - Bar und Restaurant
23:00 VINI VICI live, Postgarage
Montag, 23.5.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 23.05.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
18:30 Neues Sprachrohr - Redewettbewerb , TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
Samstag, 11.6.2016
Musik - 11.06.2016 :: Programm heute

14:00 CSD Parkfest 2016, Volksgarten
17:00 Volume up im Zanklstüberl, Zanklstüberl
19:00 Carmen, Opernhaus
19:00 Focus on Eva Reiter , Forum Stadtpark
19:30 Schätze der Kirchenmusik, Pfarrkirche Herz-Jesu
19:30 Trümmerfrauen, Bombenstimmung, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Georg Neureiter :: Acoustic Soul Grooves, Galerie Atelier Saeli
20:00 Harmonie Terror, dramagraz
20:00 Orgelkonzert mit Herbert Bolterauer, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
21:00 Verträumt, Graz
22:00 Arbeit Nervt! I Love To Party! EM-Special , p.p.c
22:00 Best of the 80's, Postgarage
22:00 Dirty South, p.p.c
22:00 The FAGtory Clubbing 2016, Postgarage
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
Dienstag, 10.5.2016
Führungen - 10.05.2016 :: 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
Mittwoch, 18.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 18.05.2016 :: Programm heute

aws Kreativwirtschaft one-to-one Gespräche, designforum Steiermark
Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:00 ALUMNI in Dialogue: A House of Cards? , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
15:00 Die Wiederentdeckung des Handwerks, Druckerei Bauer - Verein DruckZeug
16:00 Natur - Raum - Landschaft , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
16:00 Who designs Austria?, designforum Steiermark
17:00 FH Lecture Days 2016, designforum Steiermark
18:00 Ende der Freiheit? Zur Kritik eines philosophischen Begriffs durch die Hirnforschung, Ressidorf
18:00 Von der Orientfrage zum Nahostkonflikt: Warum Menschen seit über 100 Jahren in und aus der Region wandern, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
18:45 Bewegung als kulturelles Phänomen, Institut für Anglistik
19:00 Donauwölfe - Organisierte Kriminalität in Roman und Wirklichkeit, Universität Graz
19:00 Peter Strasser, Literaturhaus
Donnerstag, 12.5.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 12.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Detroit Movie Night #3, Graz
Dienstag, 14.6.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 14.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:30 Wissenschaft trifft EURO-Kick, Botanischer Garten
18:00 Ernst Goll, ein literarisch-musikalischer Abend, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
19:00 Nenn' mich Yuccie, du Normalo!, M42 - Institut für Kind, Jugend und Familie
Sonntag, 22.5.2016
Grenzenlos - 22.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Missoni, Graz
10:00 Freies Figuren modellieren (Aufbautechnik), DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Internationale Museumstag 2015, kunstGarten
14:00 Offene Werkstatt (Tag 1), Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Musik ERZÄHLT, Schloßberg
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 28.04.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
16:00 Im Gasthaus, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
17:00 Combining Ethnology and Futures Research & Erased of Slovenia, Institut für Volkskunde und Kulturanthropologie
18:00 Informelle Architektur und Ökonomie der Armut, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
18:00 Lecture & Artist Talk: Max Henry :: Nana Mandl, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
18:00 There's Something Wrong, Forum Stadtpark
18:15 Laura Silvestre García & Isabel Tristán Tristán , FH JOANNEUM Graz
18:30 Inselgespräch: Die Commons kommen, Insel in der Mur
19:00 Sebastijan Pregelj & Aleš Šteger , Literaturhaus
19:00 Ziviler Ungehorsam gegen den Klimawandel: Die Aktion "Ende Gelände", Universität Graz - Vorklinik
19:30 GAM.12 Structural Affairs, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
19:30 Österreich-Ungarn im Ersten Weltkrieg: fünfter Teil - erstes Halbjahr 1916, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 15.06.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Die Prinzessin auf dem Kürbis, Next Liberty
Mittwoch, 18.5.2016
Musik - 18.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 All Things Swing, Postgarage
19:00 Jodler-Tankstelle, Harmonikazentrum
19:00 Lizard Garden, p.p.c
19:30 Der Barbier von Sevilla, Opernhaus
20:00 Peter Bernstein European Quartet, Orpheum eXtra (Kleiner Saal)
20:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Cafè Morgans (vormals Susi Rust)
20:00 The Hell Foundation (DUO) , Das Wieltsch
20:00 Zum Gedenken an Max Reger , Pfarrkirche Herz-Jesu
21:00 Crystal Soda Cream, Postgarage
21:00 Jazz-Stammtisch im Babenbergerhof, Babenbergerhof
21:30 Jam Session, Cafe Phönix
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 09.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alfred Resch , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Alois Krenn, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
[ Eröffnung ] Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Erwin Schwentner, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
[ Eröffnung ] FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Igor : Friedrich : Petkovic, Akademie Graz
Isabella Kohlhuber, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Uta Primavera , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 10.6.2016
Musik - 10.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Aufführungspraxis für Neue Musik, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:30 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Opernhaus
19:30 Zweysame Trios für Flöte und Orgel, Schloßkirche St. Martin
20:00 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Minoritensaal
20:00 Harmonie Terror, dramagraz
21:00 Nur Mut! - Frühbarocke Mehrchörigkeit und Musik nach 1945, Pfarrkirche St. Andrä Kirche
21:00 Royal Garden Jazz Band, Royal Garden Jazz Club
21:30 Stormy Weather (but waiting for you), Cafe Kaiserfeld
22:00 ALLE FARBEN - World Tour 2016, Dom im Berg
22:00 Bassculture, p.p.c
22:00 HEY YA! Die 00er Party, p.p.c
22:00 Ruby Friday, CuntRa la Kunsthure
23:00 Strictly.beats SPECIAL feat. DOSSA & LOCUZZED, Postgarage
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 11.05.2016 :: Programm heute

Im Dialog 2.016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Fünf Tage Jakomini, Verschiedene Orte
14:00 Der Gesang im Islam. Gesangsmethoden und Stimmentwicklung bei den Muslimen in Bosnien und Herzegowina, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
15:30 Chinesische Tourismuskultur, Konfuzius-Institut
16:00 Natur - Raum - Landschaft , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Medizinische Versorgung Alter Menschen, Grünes Haus
17:45 Making a Difference: The Art of Joey Skaggs, FH JOANNEUM Graz
18:00 Chancen und Risiken der Aufnahme von AsylantInnen für eine nachhaltige gesellschaftliche Entwicklung, Universität Graz
18:00 Freund und Helfer? Was man beim Umgang mit der Polizei beachten sollte, Cafe Zapo
18:00 WEAVE / SUBLIM, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
18:45 Bewegung als kulturelles Phänomen, Institut für Anglistik
19:00 Farbstifte, freie galerie (cafe erde)
19:00 Hilmteichstraße 24 - Haus Albrecher-Leskoschek von Herbert Eichholzer, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
19:00 Lecture mit Karl Stocker , Graz
19:30 Netze der Gemeinschaft, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
20:30 Gerhard Balluch liest Herz der Finsternis, Schauspielhaus Haus 3 (Ebene 3)
Montag, 13.6.2016
Musik - 13.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Kroatischer Liederabend - Wir lernen kroatisch, Harmonikazentrum
19:00 Sommerkonzerte, Postgarage
19:45 Aus den Highlands, Grazer Congress, Saal Steiermark
20:00 Atom String Quartet (Polen), Stockwerk
20:00 Marthinik's Garden, WIST Moserhofgasse
Sonntag, 29.5.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 29.05.2016 :: Programm heute

LOOK HERE, Verschiedene Orte
12:00 SELECTED designSUPERMARKET, designHALLE
Freitag, 10.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 10.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Zeitgeschichte öffentlich: Open Space, Universität Graz
16:00 Monolith - eine begehbarer Ausstellungscontainer, Kapistran Pieller Platz
Donnerstag, 16.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 16.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alfred Resch , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Grenzüberschreitend, Galerie Centrum Graz
Gritos y Susurros - Schreie und Flüstern, Reinisch Contemporary
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Josef Kern, Galerie Schafschetzy
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Opus Cuneigenum, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
[ Eröffnung ] Stories from the Edge. Osmiza1, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 11.6.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 11.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Spiritualität und Kunst, kunstGarten
Donnerstag, 26.5.2016
Musik - 26.05.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
22:00 springfestival, Postgarage
23:00 LateNightJam@Theatercafé, Theatercafe
Freitag, 20.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 20.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Alfred Dorfer & Florian Scheuba, Orpheum
20:00 Steinböck & Strobl, Theatercafe
Samstag, 4.6.2016
Musik - 04.06.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 160 Jahre Liedertafel Andritz, Jugendzentrum Graz-Andritz
17:00 Die Lange Nacht der jungen Chöre, Orpheum
19:30 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Opernhaus
20:00 Barockensemble Gioia & Hans-Peter Ertler (Abraham a Sancta Clara), Leechkirche
20:00 Night of Pop, Orpheum
21:00 Buena Ronda Tour Stop Graz II, Forum Stadtpark
21:00 Kirk Knuffke Trio, Stockwerk
22:00 14 Jahre - Völlig losgelöst, p.p.c
22:00 Pension Fürstenfeld, p.p.c
22:30 Bella Wagner meets Holter & Mogyoro, Postgarage
22:30 Zimmerlautstärke II, Interpretationszentrum
Donnerstag, 19.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 19.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Die Übüs in Ketten, werkraum THEATER (Studio)
19:00 Performance: Sue Tompkins. Kim do the V, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
[ Premiere ] 19:30 Bad Dates - Komödie, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Club Fiction , Theater im Palais
20:00 Nach der Liebelei, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016
Führungen - 11.05.2016 :: 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
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
Freitag, 24.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 24.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alfred Resch , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Anita Windhager , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Benjamin Heisenberg, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
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)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Initiative Kunstverleih - Licht Luft Sonne, Kunst!, Forum Stadtpark
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
LITTLE BEANS - big trouble, kunstGarten
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
[ Vernissage ] Pathos banale, Galerie Centrum Graz
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Renate Kordon , Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Stefanie Hödlmoser (Malerei), Galerie Blaues Atelier
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza1, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Other Window, CAPPERI! il locale
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wandlungen, kunstGarten
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Sonntag, 12.6.2016
Grenzenlos - 12.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Spiritualität und Kunst, kunstGarten
10:00 Vatertag im Universalmuseum Joanneum , Verschiedene Orte
11:00 im grünen, gerda's garten - Keramikatelier Gerda Jaritz
11:00 The Museum as a Gym - Fitnessparcours im Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Unheimlich heimisch - Wege zum Trachtensaal, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Montag, 9.5.2016
Musik - 09.05.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Kroatischer Liederabend - Wir lernen kroatisch, Harmonikazentrum
19:30 Gabriel Feltz & Grazer Philharmonische Orchester, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
19:30 Opernstudiokonzert, Opernhaus - Spiegelfoyer
20:00 Elina VILUMA Large Ensemble & Kaya MELLER, WIST Moserhofgasse
21:00 Marco Ronca Duo, Hotel Erzherzog Johann
Dienstag, 17.5.2016
Musik - 17.05.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 Spiegelungen, Kunstuniversität Graz, Florentinersaal
19:30 Bridear / JAP; Klynt / A, JUZ Explosiv
20:00 Tori Tango & Daniel Cacija, Postgarage
Montag, 16.5.2016
Führungen - 16.05.2016 :: 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
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung mit Schwerpunkt Neue Galerie Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Sonntag, 15.5.2016
Ausstellungen - 15.05.2016 :: 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
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)
EUROPEAN 13, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Lauf der Grenzen, ORF Steiermark
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
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
Rühm Weibel, Galerie Remixx
Samson Ogiamien, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
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
Stefan Silly, ParksArt
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
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Sonntag, 5.6.2016
Führungen - 05.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 NOSW 2016 , Graz
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Blühende Majestäten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloßpark Eggenberg
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Mittelalter erleben , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
12:00 TUTANCHAMUN - Sein Grab und seine Schätze, Grazer Messe
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Handmade - Bildhauer, Handwerker und Künstler in der Antike, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Immer wieder sonntags, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
15:00 TUTANCHAMUN - Sein Grab und seine Schätze, Grazer Messe
15:30 Verliebt, verlobt, verheirat‘ …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
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
Freitag, 17.6.2016
Theater/Tanz - 17.06.2016 :: Programm heute

18:30 Jeder...Niemand . Graz und die Menschenrechte, Schauspielhaus
19:00 The Turn of the Screw, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
19:30 Bad Dates - Komödie, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Struwwelpeter, Schauspielhaus Haus 1 (Hauptbühne)
20:00 Johnny Breitwieser, Schauspielhaus Haus 2 (Probebühne)
Sonntag, 8.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 08.05.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 magic sunday, Theater Lechthaler - Belic
Montag, 20.6.2016
Ausstellungen - 20.06.2016 :: Programm heute

Alois Neuhold , Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Der letzte Granatapfel, Bildungshaus Schloss St. Martin
Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Kurt Straznicky , Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Les Moulous, the smallest gallery
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Modell Insektenhotel, Botanischer Garten
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Urban bio-geo-graphy, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Viktor Hulik, Galerie Leonhard
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Montag, 6.6.2016
Führungen - 06.06.2016 :: 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
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016
Musik - 02.06.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Opernszenen & Belcanto Klänge, Minoritensaal
19:30 Christoph & Lollo, p.p.c
19:30 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Opernhaus
20:00 Andachtsjodeln, Antoniuskirche im Volkskundemuseum
20:00 Saxophone & Trombone Quartet, WIST Moserhofgasse
20:00 SOLOzuVIERT, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
21:00 Live-Jazzmusik in der Hotelbar, Parkhotel Graz
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
22:00 Zimmerlautstärke I, Interpretationszentrum
23:00 LateNightJam@Theatercafé, Theatercafe
Freitag, 13.5.2016
Theater/Tanz - 13.05.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 19:30 Betrunkene, Schauspielhaus
19:30 Candlelight und Liebestöter, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Club Fiction , Theater im Palais
19:30 Die 39. Stufen , Theater Lechthaler - Belic
19:30 Freunde zum Essen, Krone Center
19:30 Und der Himmel so weit - Ein Ballettabend für Franz Schubert, Opernhaus
20:00 Letzte Unschuld, Theater im Keller
Samstag, 14.5.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 14.05.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Nager-Schlacht des Schüttelreims, Theatercafe
Freitag, 3.6.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 03.06.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Graz, reclaim your streets! , Graz
[ Eröffnung ] 14:00 Monolith - eine begehbarer Ausstellungscontainer, Kapistran Pieller Platz
SHOP NOW AT INAYAH
Central Asia Trade
Archaeology
Mittwoch, 25.5.2016, 20:43

The Jordan Archaeological Museum is located in the Amman Citadel of Amman, Jordan. Built in 1951, it presents artifacts from archaeological sites in Jordan, dating from prehistoric times to the 15th century.
Montag, 14.3.2016, 16:00
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Miniature bronze weapons offer insight into early religion in eastern Arabian Peninsula
    (details)

  • New shipwreck may be U.S. Civil War blockade runner
    (details)

  • Workshop found for giant Angkor Wat bronze statues
    (details)

  • New pieces added to ancient marble map of Rome
    (details)


Donnerstag, 16.6.2016, 18:39
Montag, 30.5.2016, 14:57
Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 01:10

Recent graffiti damage to Maen Penddu. Photos by Matt Jones. Standing Stone in Conwy
Dienstag, 3.5.2016, 21:16
Walkscope Denver is a crowd-sourced map which is gathering data on the quality of Denver's sidewalks. The map allows anyone to select a section of sidewalk or intersection and report on the quality of the sidewalk or add pedestrian counts.

To add an observation to the map you just need to select a sidewalk or intersection on the map and then select whether you want to report on sidewalk



Mittwoch, 22.6.2016, 09:20
I found myself thinking this morning as I struggled to get out of bed, having pulled a muscle in my leg, just quite how I had managed to get myself into this. Yes, it’s a wonderful cause and a great opportunity to walk across a part of the country that I have never before visited. But really – what on earth was I thinking?
 
It is the morning after our second training walk. As a team that is based in Sheffield we are fortunate to be extremely close to the wonderful Peak District. As many of you will know it is home to a vast array of different geographical challenges. You can go for a gentle stroll or climb a big hill. Or do both. Several times. Like we did yesterday. It can be a challenging environment to walk across – both physically and mentally – no one wants to walk up one big hill only to find another waiting for you at the top. It does however provide a perfect training environment for the event we will be taking part in just over a month’s time.
 
2898 Approach to Carls Wark – from first training day
 
 
Having completed an initial 10 mile hike up through Padley Gorge, Carls Wark, Burbage and Limb Brook last month we decided that for our next training day we would attempt to double our distance and go for a 20 mile round walk.
 
2899 Route map of our first Trailwalker practice
 
 

 

2904 I didn’t want to sit down in case I couldn’t get back up

This time round we were joined by Alex Grassam, also from the Sheffield Office, who is participating in the event in another Wessex Team. Alex found a circular route around Chatsworth taking in Froggatt, Curbar, Beeley, the Chatsworth Estate, Baslow and Calver.  We set off at 8:30 from Grindleford Station heading clockwise towards Froggatt Edge. 
 
The weather wasn’t quite as sunny as it was during our first training walk but given how hot it had been during the week it was nice to have some cloud cover and a bit of a breeze. Once we were up on Froggatt Edge the views were amazing and we took the opportunity to take some group photos. 
 
 

2905 The Hunting Lodge in the hills above Chatsworth House

 
As soon as we hit The Chatsworth Estate the weather started to turn against us. It got very wet very fast. This put neither us nor the dog owners who were participating in the Kennel Club Gun Dog Training Event off and our walk along this top part of the estate was frequented by the sound of gunfire.  Every bang was responded with cries of ‘Don’t panic! Don’t panic!’. 
 
The rain had made our trip back down the hill very difficult. We got slightly lost heading into a wooded area which meant walking down steep slopes with exposed tree roots which had become very slippery due to the falling rain. We had a few scares, all members of the team slipped at some point – ‘Don’t panic! Don’t panic’!
 
Our biggest slip came when I was at the front and Lincoln fell behind me and started rolling downhill. Now, I have bad knees. I used to play rugby until recently after I found out that the ligaments in my legs are like rubber bands and don’t actually hold my knees together properly. I have also ruptured knee ligaments and dislocated my kneecap whilst playing rugby. This medical history doesn’t make my career choice as an archaeologist seem like a particularly sensible one as I now spend quite a bit of time on my knees trowelling. Being also approximately half-way along the route my knees were also getting ready for a short break from walking. In summary this meant that Lincoln was rolling down the hill faster than I could run.  
 
I don’t know how many of you will have seen the latest Star Wars movie but there is a scene where Harrison Ford’s character, Han Solo, has to run away from a large rolling alien in a scene not too dissimilar to his famous temple escape in Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark where he activates a trap is chased by a boulder (something all archaeologists dream to do at some point in their careers). There is a 34 year difference between the two films and without meaning any offence, in the latest Star Wars, Harrison Ford does run like a man in his seventies. My short run away from my rolling colleague was quite similar and up until I ran into the tree I was doing quite well and Lincoln stopped rolling just behind me.
 
By the time we had managed to get ourselves back on track we had added about an extra mile onto our walk so we decided to cut out part of the original walk and take a slight shortcut which would keep us within our initial 20 mile target.
 
Our return leg brought us through the Chatsworth Estate along the river close to the house itself. Somehow Chris managed to catch his foot on a gate and started to struggle. I wanted to leave him behind but sadly my other team mates thought it would be more in keeping with team spirit if we motivated him to continue. So I said ‘We’ll leave you behind if you don’t continue’  and offered to see if I could borrow a gun from the participants of the gun dog training if he thought it would be needed – which worked wonders. 
 
2906 We paused again for a team photo outside Chatsworth House
 
After we had passed through Chatsworth our pace had dropped slightly and we all had some part or other that was starting to ache. Chris’ foot, Lincoln’s blisters, my hip – we had completed about 16 miles and we were feeling it. Although most of us do Geophysics as part of our job even surveying proved to be inadequate preparation for the endurance test of walking long distance over varying terrain. Out of our team I am the only one to have participated in any long distance walking before. I completed my Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award in 2009 and qualified as an Assessor whilst at University, but even my experience pales in comparison to the challenge of the event itself.
 

2907 At least this section of the route was flat

Our return back to Grindleford took us through Baslow, Froggatt and Calver, but being in the valley bottom rather than hill top, the scenery wasn’t much to write home about.
 
When we finally arrived back at the car park we had been walking just over eight hours (we had a bit of a longer break in Beeley before starting our return leg) and it was just gone quarter past five. Lincoln had sprinted the last 150 m so he could sit down faster and I don’t think anyone talked to anyone else for a good five minutes whilst we caught our breath. I was surprised to find that I only had two small blisters and that my kneecaps had not slid down to my ankles. This was the first major test of our fitness and endurance – with the exception of small injuries sustained during the walk I think we passed. Things didn’t start to really hurt until we stopped and we had completed roughly 21 miles in less than nine hours including stoppages to check the map, walking up steep hills, sliding down slippery slopes and having a generous break time. We were roughly in line with our target time of 25–27 hours for the actual event. Even though we were suffering a little it wasn’t as though it could get any worse until after we completed Trailwalker. How wrong I was.
 
Monday morning I felt like my legs were made of wood, I couldn’t bend my right knee, I felt like I needed a hip replacement and my feet were on fire whenever I stood on them. I struggled to get in the car to drive to the office never mind climb the stairs once inside. Our Logistics Manager, who served in the Army, could not stop laughing and told us how his sympathy bag was empty. A taste of things to come perhaps? 
 
I keep stretching the muscles in my leg in the hope that in a few hours I’ll be able to walk without looking like I’ve had an accident on my way to the bathroom. Does the pain put me off the event all together? Of course not. I know it’s going to be a lot worse on the day as well as after the event. Our second practice, injuries and all, has helped prepare us for just how bad it could potentially be. But if people are kind enough to sponsor us – even if it is just to laugh at our expense then it will be worth it. I go away on holiday at the end of this week so in all likelihood this may be our last practice – although we are hoping to do some training at night when I get back in order to get used to walking in the dark.  I think our second practice has prepared us for the struggles that we will inevitably face when we start walking on the 23 July and despite everything I can’t wait to get started.
 
By Jack Laverick
 
 
 
 
 
 

Montag, 16.5.2016, 17:19

Sunken cities: Egypt's lost worlds - the British Museum launches its first major exhibition of underwater archaeology, opening 19th May. Thonis-Heracleion (the Egyptian and Greek names of the city) is a city lost between legend and reality. Before the foundation of Alexandria in 331 BC, the city knew glorious times as the obligatory port of entry to Egypt for all ships coming from the Greek world. It had also a religious importance because of the temple of Amun, which played an important role in rites associated with dynasty continuity. The city was founded probably around the 8th century BC, underwent diverse natural catastrophes, and finally sunk entirely into the depths of the Mediterranean in the 8th century AD.
Montag, 16.5.2016, 22:04
Recently the city of Edmonton increased property taxes. These property taxes are based on the estimated value of a property on July 1st of the previous year. This results in some interesting spatial patterns between those who get to pay more in property tax and those who get to pay less.

Home Tribe has released an interactive map providing a City of Edmonton Assessed Values Comparison



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



Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 15:43
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016, 13:39
At the end of 2015, Wessex Archaeology decided to upgrade their geophysics capabilities by acquiring some really interesting new devices.
 
The initial push to get this new equipment came from the need to solve a series of issues that the Geophysics team have to face in the field every day, it also needed to be something that would improve productivity and the quality of data collected, while overcoming some of the problems encountered on site such as harsh weather conditions, complex land features and GPS signal failures, all of which can very often influence the successful conclusion of a project. 
 

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Paul Baggaley, Head of the Geo-Services Department at Wessex Archaeology, paid a visit to Bartington Instruments upon which decided to purchase their new Non-Magnetic Geophysics Cart.
 
The carbon fibre cart is designed to host up to 12 Grad-13 or Grad 01 Gradiometers together with their data loggers. This particular cart is 3 metres long, only weighs 20 kg and can be pushed by one-person or alternatively towed by a small vehicle. The cart can be easily transported in the back of a small van and it is really light to push and can mount up to 12 sensors which considerably improves the number of sensors that can be operated by one person. (Normal gradiometer surveys are done with two sensors mounted on a bar and operated by one person at a time).
 
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The cart works in conjunction with a GPS and a laptop and is designed to have a constant stream of GPS data so that all the data coming from the gradiometers is spatially referenced; the laptop is used to gather data from the different sensors. 
 
The GPS antenna is placed in the middle where there is space allocated and the laptop is located in the front near the operator. However, there are a few flaws in this system. Firstly, the cart needs a constant stream of positioning data from a GPS, but the system can experience several data dropouts and signal failures during the day which does not provide the constant data flow required. Another issue is the presence of the laptop to collect the data coming from the sensors; this idea seemed a bit impractical even with a fully rugged device. It became clear that the cart needed a different data logging and positioning system. 
 
During consultations between Damien Campbell-Bell, Geomatics Officer at Wessex Archaeology, and Doug Murphy Account Manager and GPS specialist at Opti-cal Survey Equipment, they came up with an idea. Doug suggested trying the GS14 RTK Base and Rover Kits with GS08+ NetRovers and the CS35 Panasonic Field Controller from Leica Geosystems. 
 
The CS35 Tablet Controller has been specifically modified by Panasonic to work with Leica equipment and features the new Leica Captivate software. The controller can receive data from both the Rover and the Sensors, and can be mounted in front of the cart and is easily controllable by the technician operating the cart. The Rover Antenna is mounted in the middle behind and close to the Sensors, which records the position of the gradiometer data as it is being collected and sends signals to the base, which would be set up in a static position in the field. 
 

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This system overcomes the usual GPS signal failures as the Rover sends the positions to the base via a radio signal while the base, set-up on a known point, calculates the positions of the Rover according to its own or it can also be connected to an RTK Network to establish the coordinates of its own location at the beginning of the survey. 
 
This way a constant flow of satellite data is not required but the positions are given continuously to the cart via the Rover. Opti-cal arranged some trials on the field with Wessex Archaeology’s geophysicists to test the system together and immediately it become clear that the solution was spot on! The team realised that the set-up was quick and easy, taking only 30 minutes.
 
So far, the Bartington Geophysics Cart coupled with the Leica Base and Rover as well as the CS35 Panasonic Tablet Controller has been able to achieve the completion of geophysicical surveys very quickly, as it takes less time on large areas for the possibility of hosting a bigger number of sensors. 
 
The presence of the Leica Base and Rover has solved the usual problem of signal dropouts when using GPS, making the system more stable and reliable during surveys.
 
The choice of the CS35 Panasonic Tablet Controller from Leica Geosystems over a rugged laptop has been a way better solution, the Tablet Controller can operate under harsh weather conditions and is more manageable than a laptop; also the system once put together looks very neat as the quantity of flying cables is diminished. 
 

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Moreover, something that was not considered initially is that rather than downloading the data from the laptop and the GPS separately, now the data can be downloaded all together from the Tablet Controller (geophysics and geospatial data from the Base and Rover), cutting down the number of operations required for processing. 
 
On the Tablet, the Leica Captivate software used for topographical surveys can be turned off and the user can access a desktop featured Tablet which works just like a normal Tablet so the data can also be sent via email etc. In addition, wherever the ground conditions are really complex, the Cart can now perform topographical and geophysicical surveys at the same time also improving the grade of detail and quality of data collected. 
 
The integration of the Bartington Cart and Leica Base and Rover provided by Opti-cal has proven to be a success in combining different products on the market to develop an efficient geophysics and survey system which answers the needs of the Geophysics team, raises the productivity and overcomes the daily difficulties encountered in the field every day. 
 
 
 
 

Montag, 30.5.2016, 17:23
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • 5,000-year-old brewery in China ranks with some of the earliest breweries in the world
    (details)

  • New study uncovers the location of the Bear River massacre in Idaho
    (details)

  • Stalagmite structures deep within a French cave hint at Neanderthal architecture
    (details)

  • A difficult high-tech exploration of high altitude rock paintings in the French Alps
    (details)


Dienstag, 14.6.2016, 13:09
Hövding, the creators of the cycling airbag, and the London Cycling Campaign have started a campaign to improve cycling in London. The Give a Beep campaign has given 500 wireless buttons, connected to a mobile app, to cyclists in London.

Every time one of the cyclists is frustrated with cycling conditions on London roads they can press the wireless button to send an e-mail to the London Mayor.



Montag, 13.6.2016, 19:17
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • New finds in northwestern Alaska suggest a much earlier and broader metal trading network for the Thule culture
    (details)

  • High tech analysis of a mysterious Greek mechanism reveals its use
    (details)

  • A new DNA study of Australia’s oldest human remains overturns a controversial theory
    (details)

  • Excavating sites with satellites: new massive structure found at Petra
    (details)


Montag, 7.3.2016, 19:15
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Archaeologists find an ancient Anglo-Saxon island buried beneath a farm field
    (details)

  • Political and cultural tensions may have been the leading cause of Cahokia’s demise
    (details)

  • Burials from north Sudan demonstrate an Egyptian dynastic cultural transition
    (details)

  • Engraved shark on a Japanese bronze sword is an overlooked discovery
    (details)


Sonntag, 12.6.2016, 19:41
Inside Asia Tours has produced three very impressive custom designed interactive maps showcasing some of the wonderful destinations that can be visited in Burma, Japan and in Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos.

Each of the three custom designed maps feature some wonderful touches, such as animated boats and sea monsters. The custom map marker icons also include small animations and unfurling scrolls



Mittwoch, 22.6.2016, 21:11
You can now create a little Street View based movie showing your house being destroyed by aliens. A new website, promoting the release of the Independence Day movie, allows you to view your house on Google Maps Street View, after it has been destroyed by an invading army of aliens.

Just enter your address into Independence Day - My Street and you can view a little Street View scene showing the



Freitag, 29.4.2016, 17:26
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, 31.5.2016, 09:10

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We are delighted to announce that Matt Williams has joined the ever expanding Wessex Archaeology team. Matt will be based at our new premises in Welshpool where he will take up the post of Business Manager, Wales. Matt is already well known to many of us at Wessex from his many appearances on Time Team, where his experimental archaeology cameos were always a treat – Matt’s role as a Navvy is a must see! Matt also presents Digging for Britain with Alice Roberts.
 
Prior to joining Wessex Matt was a director and manager with L-P Heritage for 14 years, which he helped expand from a small consultancy to a national fieldwork unit and also set up their Shrewsbury office. Matt’s other roles included leading on heritage consultancy and developing and managing the fieldwork team.
 
Matt will now focus his attention on developing WA Cymru and managing heritage, geophysics and fieldwork projects; Matt has already started work on projects in Anglesey, the Welsh borders and for HS2. We are all looking forward to working with Matt and seeing the Welsh office prosper.
 
 

Samstag, 30.4.2016, 20:30

Stone Fort in Co. Cork, west of the Darrary standing stone.
Dienstag, 7.6.2016, 17:54
Between 2011 and 2015 NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft orbited Mercury, studying the planet's chemical composition, geology, and magnetic field.

Melown's 3d Map of Mercury uses imagery collected by Messenger to provide an interactive 3d globe of the planet. The map includes four different imagery layers: natural color, morphology, false color and enhanced color.

The map itself was created with



Mittwoch, 1.6.2016, 11:36

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Excavations at Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire revealed almost the full extent of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery first recorded in 1974, providing one of the largest samples of burial remains from Anglo-Saxon Wiltshire. The cemetery lies 200 m to the north-east of a broadly contemporaneous settlement on lower lying ground next to the River Bourne. The results have just been published in the latest Wessex Archaeology monograph.
 
The excavations, carried out in 2007, revealed 82 inhumation graves and four cremation graves, in addition to the 33 inhumation graves discovered in 1974. The cemetery was in use between the late 5th and 7th centuries, delineated to the east by a coombe for much of its duration. There was an apparent shift to the south and east in the 7th century, when the area east of the coombe was used. 
 
Notable features included a four-post structure and a rare example of a ‘bed’ burial. The human bone assemblage provides a glimpse into the lives of those living on the western frontier of the Anglo-Saxon world, in the late 5th–7th century. The cemetery was probably used for several generations of the local community, although there are some indications that some individuals or groups originated outside the local area. General health was notably poorer than that of some contemporaneous rural populations, and there is some evidence for infections such as tuberculosis and leprosy.
 

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Several burials were accompanied by weapons and a diversity of jewellery assemblages, though none exhibit a particularly impressive range of wealth. As virtually the entire cemetery appears to have been explored, reliable observations can be made about its establishment, layout and development. This is particularly significant for the 7th century, when the focus of burial shifted, and changes in mortuary strategy may have reflected changes to the structure of society and the emergence of large Anglo-Saxon kingdoms.
 
To read more about the project follow this link.
To buy the monograph follow this link.
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 13:32

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Following on from the immense amount of interest and engagement from the fishing industry and the wider community during its pilot project, a new approach to the reporting of archaeological finds has been launched.
 
In 2015 following the successful pilot project of the Fishing Industry Protocol for Archaeological Discoveries (FIPAD), the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) was approached for funding to support and create the position of Historic Environment Fisheries Liaison Officer (HEFLO). Wessex Archaeology, with the support of the Sussex IFCA, was successful in their application to relaunch the FIPAD, and in February 2016 Alistair Byford-Bates was appointed to the HEFLO post. 
 
As a permanent presence on the ground in Sussex the HEFLO will liaise with the fishing community at times that suit the ebb and flow of their daily operations. The HEFLO will also engage with the wider community to raise awareness of our shared maritime heritage and the role the fishing community have played in it.
 

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For further information on this project or to report a find please visit: https://fipad.org/
 
By Alistair Byford-Bates, HEFLO
 
 

Donnerstag, 16.6.2016, 09:51

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Wessex Archaeology has entered three teams in this year’s Trailwalker challenge. The teams are all busy training for the epic event. Salisbury based manager Gareth Chaffey has been giving us some thoughts on why he is taking part. 

Once I had signed up for Trailwalker I almost regretted it. I enjoy walking, but haven't done any for some time now. And I thought to myself that it can't be that hard. Can it?
 
I have been training when I can, mostly in the evenings and occasional weekends and only now I am beginning to truly understand the enormity of the task ahead. I recently undertook my biggest training walk from Salisbury back home, a gruelling 40km trek through the Hampshire countryside. And it was tough. A hot and sticky day (made all the harder by occasional erroneous map reading), but I got there. No blisters, a few aches and the dawning realisation that on the day I would have to effectively turn around and walk back to Salisbury, and then keep going for another 20km! 
 
This has now become a personal challenge for me. Not getting as much exercise as I used to is making it harder but I will do it. I will do it because I will be walking with my friends and colleagues, and I will do it for the amazing charities of Oxfam and the Gurkha Trust. Together we can provide safe drinking water, training, schools and sustainable ways of living for those who need it most. 
 
If you can give anything at all, please do'.
 
Collectively they are the Wessex Walkers the link below will take you to their Just Giving page where they are trying to raise £4200 for Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust.
 
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Montag, 2.5.2016
Previous analyses of the hominins from Sima de los Huesos, a cave site in the Sierra Atapuerca in the north of Spain, showed that their mitochondrial DNA was distantly related...
Montag, 30.5.2016, 21:22

I came across Joshua Sternfeld’s definition of ‘digital historiography’ while I was writing my thesis, and two parts of it very neatly described what I was up to – firstly, the ‘interdisciplinary study of the interaction of digital technology with historical practice’ – and secondly, seeking to understand the ‘construction, use, and evaluation of digital … Continue reading Two questions for the digital humanities from Laura Mandell


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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,...
Montag, 2.5.2016, 13:55
Last year the Cartography and Geovisualization Group at Oregon State University created an amazing interactive map from NASA's video of A Year In The Life Of Earth’s CO2.

The group's Interactive Map of A Year In The Life Of Earth's CO2 wraps an HTML5 version of NASA's narrated video of a year's Carbon
Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide concentrations around an interactive globe. This mean that you



Donnerstag, 9.6.2016, 18:46

Is this Greek hilltop the 2,400-year-old burial place of Aristotle?. Recent discovery of large Doric Temple. Archaeologists have been working painstakingly at the site - the philosopher's birthplace in 384 BC in the Greek region of Macedonia - for 20 years.
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016, 16:01
Mittwoch, 27.4.2016, 21:24
Mittwoch, 1.6.2016, 11:36

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Excavations at Collingbourne Ducis, Wiltshire revealed almost the full extent of an Anglo-Saxon cemetery first recorded in 1974, providing one of the largest samples of burial remains from Anglo-Saxon Wiltshire. The cemetery lies 200 m to the north-east of a broadly contemporaneous settlement on lower lying ground next to the River Bourne. The results have just been published in the latest Wessex Archaeology monograph.
 
The excavations, carried out in 2007, revealed 82 inhumation graves and four cremation graves, in addition to the 33 inhumation graves discovered in 1974. The cemetery was in use between the late 5th and 7th centuries, delineated to the east by a coombe for much of its duration. There was an apparent shift to the south and east in the 7th century, when the area east of the coombe was used. 
 
Notable features included a four-post structure and a rare example of a ‘bed’ burial. The human bone assemblage provides a glimpse into the lives of those living on the western frontier of the Anglo-Saxon world, in the late 5th–7th century. The cemetery was probably used for several generations of the local community, although there are some indications that some individuals or groups originated outside the local area. General health was notably poorer than that of some contemporaneous rural populations, and there is some evidence for infections such as tuberculosis and leprosy.
 

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Several burials were accompanied by weapons and a diversity of jewellery assemblages, though none exhibit a particularly impressive range of wealth. As virtually the entire cemetery appears to have been explored, reliable observations can be made about its establishment, layout and development. This is particularly significant for the 7th century, when the focus of burial shifted, and changes in mortuary strategy may have reflected changes to the structure of society and the emergence of large Anglo-Saxon kingdoms.
 
To read more about the project follow this link.
To buy the monograph follow this link.
 
 
 

Montag, 11.4.2016, 17:54
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Iron Age megalith marks temple site on Balearic Islands
    (details)

  • Physical trace evidence finally confirms Hannibal’s route across the Alps
    (details)

  • City swallowed by sea rediscovered off Indian coast
    (details)

  • Meta-analysis shows strong role of settlements in South America’s prehistoric population growth
    (details)


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, 20.6.2016, 18:41
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Cherokee farmstead reveals life at the time of colonial expansion
    (details)

  • Pollen from poop provides new details on medieval plant eating
    (details)

  • Bog butter find renews interest in the ancient delicacy
    (details)

  • Caves used as livestock pens by Copper Age communities in northwestern Spain
    (details)


Donnerstag, 23.6.2016, 18:30
The End is Nigh! You can't escape your destiny. Your road and your house are about to die. The only choice you have is whether you want your home to be destroyed by fire, flood or alien invasion.

1. Urban Jungle

Check out your house on Urban Jungle and you can see what happens when you forget to weed your garden. Urban Jungle allows you to catch a
glimpse of what your post-apocalyptic house



Montag, 6.6.2016, 17:50

Alcohol banned from summer solstice at Stonehenge and £15 parking charge confirmed - do you agree? Leave a comment below and vote in our poll. Stonehenge has been a place of worship and celebration at the time of Summer Solstice for thousands of years. English Heritage is pleased to provide free Managed Open Access to Stonehenge for Summer Solstice 2016
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016, 09:19

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This May, Wessex Archaeology is pleased to be a part of the community archaeology project which forms an important part of the HLF funded Pontefract Castle ‘Key to North’ project. The aim of the community project is to collect finds from a spoil heap deposited during the late 19th century on a group of buildings known as the Royal Apartments. The Royal Apartments are made up of the Queen’s Tower and King’s Tower which sit at either end of the Great Hall. As the name suggests, the towers contained bed chambers and provided a private living space for the occupants of the Castle. The spoil dumped on the Royal Apartments has the potential to contain remains collected from around the Castle site which the Victorian workers did not deem to be important and which relates to the planned dismantling of Pontefract Castle following the conclusion of the Civil War, which saw the site sieged three times between 1644 and 1649. 

 

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As all the finds from the spoil heap are technically unstratified, the team are able to sieve the material in order to identify the finds. Wessex staff are being ably assisted by interested members of the public, including local school children. This Saturday, the team were joined by the York and Pontefract branches of the Young Archaeologists’ Club. Finds so far include medieval and post-medieval pottery, clay pipe fragments, animal and fish bones, oyster shell and very interestingly worked stone fragments from the Castle buildings itself. Other interesting finds include a musket and pistol shot which could also relate directly to the Civil War sieges. Work is set to continue for the next two weeks and will conclude on Saturday 21 May. 
 
There are still some places left on the afternoon sessions. To book, please contact the Castle team on 01924 302700 or for more information please email castles@wakefield.gov.uk
 
You can download the flyer here.
 
 
 

Montag, 4.4.2016, 14:11
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • A hunt for new Viking sites in the New World heads to space
    (details)

  • High-tech view of the mummy of Ramses III shows evidence of a violent death
    (details)

  • Following ISIS retreat, archaeologists assess the damage to Palmyra’s archaeological treasures
    (details)

  • Rare Etruscan inscription reveals little-known details of an ancient foundational culture
    (details)


Freitag, 13.5.2016, 20:28
Tallurutiup Tariunga, otherwise known as Lancaster Sound, is the southern point of the Last Ice Area, the only area of the Arctic which is expected to retain its summer sea ice until 2050.

The World Wildlife Fund has released an interactive map of Lancaster Sound in order to raise awareness of the area's delicate ecosystem and to promote a campaign to designate the Lancaster Sound a National



Mittwoch, 27.4.2016, 16:08
Samstag, 11.6.2016, 16:42

This week I was in Luxembourg for a workshop on Network Visualisation in the Cultural Heritage Sector, organised by Marten Düring and held on the Belval campus of the University of Luxembourg. In my presentation, I responded to some of the questions posed in the workshop outline: In this workshop we want to explore how … Continue reading Network visualisations and the ‘so what?’ problem


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Samstag, 23.4.2016
Between 9,000 and 13,000 years ago, bison were attracted to extensive wetlands to the west of what is now the city of Socorro, in central New Mexico USA. In the...
Freitag, 29.4.2016, 17:57
Back in 2010 Bret Camper released 8-Bit City - New York, an interactive 8-Bit map of New York, which resembled the world maps used in 1980's computer games.

Since 2010 8-Bit City has expanded in scope and you can now view 8-Bit maps of 18 cities around the world. These 8-bit maps use data from OpenStreetMap which is then processed in a custom rendering engine, built by Brett, to create the



Donnerstag, 19.5.2016, 02:31
Samstag, 28.5.2016, 23:46

Standing Stone in Orkney. Meet grandad. 4.4m high, 0.8m wide, 0.45-0.55m thick, with some packing at the bottom.
Montag, 23.5.2016, 19:24
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ancestor rituals turned jawbones into jewelry in ancient Oaxaca
    (details)

  • Partnership between archaeologists, builders, and museum results in big discoveries in Philadelphia
    (details)

  • New Kingdom town shows how Egyptians and Nubians prospered through integration
    (details)

  • New underwater find tells story of Roman merchant ship’s mission, cargo and fate
    (details)


Montag, 6.6.2016, 22:34
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Tutankhamun’s iron dagger was made from a meteorite
    (details)

  • Ancient Maya observatory tracked Venus as well as the sun
    (details)

  • From ancient wooden tablets, voices of early Londoners speak about life in Roman Britain
    (details)

  • When an underwater city isn’t: microbes may have created formations like columns
    (details)


Freitag, 24.6.2016, 13:17

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The Coastal & Marine team often encounter Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) in their day-to-day work from researching projectiles reported through the Marine Aggregate Industry Protocol, to diving on minelaying U-boats. To help develop our knowledge of these potentially hazardous historical artefacts and to maintain our health & safety standards, we recently held a UXO Identification refresher workshop. Dave Welsh of Ramora UK led the training day and shared his wealth of knowledge and experience gathered from years working as a Navy Clearance diver and then establishing the explosive ordnance disposal company in 2005. 
 
Our training started off with Dave dispelling many common misconceptions about underwater UXO, such as – ‘bombs aren’t dangerous after they’ve been underwater for 60 years’ – yes they can be! We then learnt how to identify if a UXO is: Inert (contains no explosives), Blind (armed, but undetonated) or Live (not yet armed and potentially dangerous). It is very important to be able to assess the state of the UXO as it effects whether you can examine the UXO very carefully or give it a wide berth and leave it to the experts. Dave then gave us a crash course in the variety of bombs, mines, torpedoes, mortars, missiles, rockets, shells, bullets and grenades we might encounter during our marine archaeology work and how to identify them. 
 
We finished off the day with a practical session of ‘identify that UXO’. There was great competition between the groups to successfully identify each of the 10 items which ranged from cannon balls, a 4in shell, and a torpedo arming device!
 
With the training over, we are now armed (sorry!) with the knowledge to deal with any UXO we encounter in our marine archaeology work, including knowing when to leave it alone and call in Dave and the experts!
 
 
 

Sonntag, 12.6.2016, 14:54

Ancient Temple at Bhilsa, Vidisha, India, initially to the Goddess Charchika. Figures of the Goddess Mahishashura mardini and Lord Ganesha were recovered during excavation in 1972-1974.
The Hindu temple was re-built by king Naravarman 1094-1133AD. Also found were pillars with Hindu Gods of the 8th century attached to the well in the north side of temple.
Montag, 6.6.2016, 20:44
The Los Angeles Times has created a map showing the total number of contributions made to Bernie Sanders in every zip-code area of the USA. Who Gives Money to Bernie Sanders? maps nearly 7 million individual donations to Sanders' presidential nomination campaign.

If you select a zip-code area on the map you can view how much money has been donated to Sanders in the neighborhood and the per



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...
Samstag, 4.6.2016, 14:58
Inside Asia Tours has created three custom made interactive maps showcasing some of the wonderful destinations that can be visited in Burma, Japan and Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos.

Each of the three custom designed maps feature some wonderful little touches, such as animated boats and sea monsters. The custom map marker icons include little animations and unfurling scrolls which reveal the place



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...
Donnerstag, 5.5.2016, 12:49

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Our Geoarchaeology and Marine Geophysics technical managers Dave and Louise were out in Florida last month at the SAA (Society for American Archaeologists) 81st Annual Meeting in Orlando. They were meeting up with colleagues from across the pond to share our expertise in dealing with the impact of offshore windfarm developments on submerged archaeology, which includes submerged prehistoric sites and paleolandscapes, as well as seabed remains such as ship and plane wrecks. 

I’m sure they’re relieved to be out of the tropical sunshine and back to enjoying our lovely British spring. 
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 13.4.2016
A new study suggests that Neanderthals across Europe may well have been infected with diseases carried out of Africa by waves of anatomically modern humans, or Homo sapiens. As both...
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016, 09:51

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This week (6/06/16–10/06/16) I have done work experience with Wessex Archaeology. The last five days have been filled with numerous activities from all over the different sections of archaeology; and not only have they given me a better idea of how in-depth archaeology is, they have also shown me how well linked to other professions being an archaeologist can be. 
 
On the first day I was given a tour of the office, and immediately picked up on how important skills like teamwork and communication are in this career. Each section overlapped with the next, allowing them to continue, and expand their work until they had the full picture. Then, after lunch, I was introduced to Roberta and Damien, who work as the survey team, and make sure the correct recording equipment is available, and working, for each site. Roberta showed me how to use the GPS, and then we looked at AutoCAD and photogrammetry, both of which were amazing.
 
On the second day I had worked in the environmental section with Nicki in the morning, and I washed and filtered five different soil samples. I was covered in water, and mud, but learnt how different types of soil preserved artefacts and remains, and how even finds like microscopic snail shells could show them what the land was like. In the afternoon, I worked with Susan, who is the senior logistics officer. Her job is important as it allows all the sites to run smoothly. I was tasked with finding the dates for a three day first aid course, and for finding suitable accommodation for archaeologists on two sites. I never fully understood how much work goes into organising the sites, and the people working there.
 
On Wednesday I worked with the finds team, and the volunteer cleaning finds. The bulk of the artefacts I cleaned were Roman pottery, many pieces being black burnished ware which comes from around Poole. You could see the connection between some sherds, as they had the same pattern – a particularly common one being a lattice. There was also a lot of animal bones, and CBM, which is ceramic building material. My personal favourite was a curved handle, presumably from a tea cup, or teapot. 
 
Day four bought me to my site visit, which was in the on the west side of Wiltshire. It was amazing to see how the sites work, and I got to see the specific conditions the finds from here had to be stored in.  I spent the day helping the volunteers clean the finds, and was shown how different conditions affected, and marked the finds in different ways. Day four was probably my favourite day.
 
On my fifth, and final, day I spent the morning with the environmental team again, this time with Ines. She showed me how they used the floating parts of samples, called the flots, to enhance their knowledge of the landscape. We looked at barley, and wheat grains, and how you could identify cereals because they have an embryo cavity, which is a small dent on one side where the embryo sits. She also showed me the outside of a sloe stone, and compared it to one that hadn’t been affected by heat and time. Then, in the afternoon, I was working with the marine team, and started off by re-wrapping some of the marine finds with Tom. They were all eventually being sent to a museum for display. After that, I helped Maddy wrap a new wire around the ‘umbilical’ so that when the team went diving next week the people on the boat could have a live stream of what the diver was seeing. Finally, Peta showed me some more photogrammetry, and allowed me to have a go creating a model of a shell that had been dredged up. After loading up the photos, we were left with a digital 3D model of the sides of the shell.
 
I have really enjoyed my week here at Wessex, and it has opened my eyes to how busy archaeology is. There is so much to still discover, and it has been amazing to see that.
 
By Ella Regan
 
 
 

Montag, 2.5.2016, 17:17
Dienstag, 24.5.2016, 09:49

One of the best known and best preserved circles in Cumbria. A ring of 38 stones stands within a spectacular ring of mountains. Looking to the north you see Skiddaw and Blencathara, to the south High Rigg and Helvellyn, to the west the Derwent Fells and to the east through a gap, the Northern Pennines.
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Donnerstag, 5.5.2016, 16:35

'Reading the Hurlers' project to dig the potential 'Fourth Circle' on the moor this September. See the latest comments on our page for more. On the wild plain of Bodmin Moor is found an unusual site - three stone circles close together. They lie on a NNE-SSW line, but are not the same size. The name "The Hurlers" refers to an old tradition that the circles are men turned to stone for playing Hurling on the sabbath.
Mittwoch, 1.6.2016
An experiment by researchers at University College London found that mounting huge stones on a sycamore wood sleigh and dragging it along a corrugated "road" of timbers required far less...
Dienstag, 17.5.2016, 13:02
This past week both Mapbox and Google have been looking forward to the 2016 Rio Olympics. In doing so they also both playing to their mapping strengths.

Mapbox's Rio 2016 takes you on a mapped tour around the 32 venues of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. The map uses DigitalGlobe's latest high resolution satellite imagery to take you on a guided tour of Rio de Janeiro and the venues being used in



Montag, 25.4.2016, 19:45
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Under the garden in England, remains of a Roman villa
    (details)

  • Nazca tunnel mystery solved by mapping them from space
    (details)

  • Egyptian building remains reveal religious details from early years of Hatshepsut
    (details)

  • Paleolithic art of hands in Spanish caves shows shared ideas about placement
    (details)


Montag, 16.5.2016, 15:20

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The Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group held its Spring meeting (Prehistoric Pottery: time for a change?) at Canterbury Christ Church University on Saturday 14 May. Chaired by Alistair Barclay and Emilie Sibbesson, the meeting focused on pottery chronology, one of the key themes of the Research Framework, and speakers included Neil Wilkin (British Museum), Barbara McNee (freelance specialist), Prof John Collis (Sheffield University) and Lisa Brown (Oxford Archaeology & University). Topics for the day included the chronology of Food Vessels, Bronze Age pottery from Thanet, constructing Iron Age chronologies and the re-dating of Danebury and its environs.  In the afternoon a display of newly excavated material from sites in Kent allowed people to share their knowledge and expertise.
 
The meeting was also an opportunity to formally launch the PCRG 2016 Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group Research Framework: Agenda and Strategy (PCRG Occasional Paper 7). The document will be available to download from the PCRG website.
 
The document was designed and typeset for the PCRG by Ken Lymer and features images of a number of vessels from Wessex Archaeology sites. 
 
 
 

Montag, 29.2.2016, 19:16
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Artifact study undermines idea that Easter Island ended in war
    (details)

  • New work at Star Carr produces rare Mesolithic ornament
    (details)

  • Medieval ship brought to surface intact in Holland
    (details)

  • New mega-study puts Maya collapse into context of ancient mega-droughts
    (details)


Mittwoch, 2.3.2016
A team of researchers, headed up by the Tel Aviv University (Israel), has recently been studying animal remains fund in a cave known as the Qesem Cave, located 12 km...
Dienstag, 31.5.2016, 13:48
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.
Montag, 9.5.2016, 19:00
If you have an Instagram account then SnapMap is a great tool which you can use to instantly create an interactive map of your photographs.

The SnapMap wizard is built upon Knight Foundations StoryMap.js. This means that any map created with SnapMap has the added bonus of being in the form of a story map. This is great if you want to create a mapped slideshow of your vacation photos or



Montag, 23.5.2016, 18:26

Those of a nervous disposition should look away now - Ed. Zinjiang Autonomous Region Museum is located in Urumqi, China. It is a first class museum with a wide range of exhibits dating from some 50,000 years ago through to modern ethnic displays. The most famous items in the collection are the mummies which were preserved in the dry desert conditions in this region, the oldest being 3800 years old.
Sonntag, 1.5.2016, 23:15

Located in an open garden type area where there is a gap in the cliff face at the bottom of the Gorge D'Enfer. These days the abri is walled up and locked shut to enable people to pay to see inside and is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Montag, 28.3.2016, 18:55
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Early Japanese pottery use may show rise of social rituals
    (details)

  • Bison bones in Arizona site raise new questions about Southwestern subsistence
    (details)

  • Ontario light rail excavation uncovers earlier transit technology: a corduroy road
    (details)

  • Research in Laos seeks clues to puzzling Plain of Jars
    (details)


Mittwoch, 15.6.2016, 18:04
Esri has created an interactive map showcasing a collection of stunning photos of Earth taken by astronaut Tim Peake, from aboard the International Space Station. Explore the Earth with Tim Peake features a series of beautiful images of our planet taken from the perspective of the ISS's low Earth orbit.

With such unrivaled views it isn't surprising that astronauts on board the ISS love taking



Mittwoch, 1.6.2016
British and French archaeologists used lasers to scan prehistoric paintings at a site more than 2,000 metres above sea level in Southern France. The Abri Faravel Rock shelter site, about...
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016, 18:32

Two old postcards of this Standing Stone (Menhir) in Pays de la Loire:Sarthe, France
Freitag, 27.5.2016, 11:26
In 1947 the British Indian Empire was partitioned into the Dominion of Pakistan (which later split into Pakistan and Bangladesh) and the Union of India (later the Republic of India). One result of the partition was that 14 million Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims were forced or decided to leave their ancestral homes and move their families to other countries. It was probably the largest mass migration



Donnerstag, 2.6.2016
Scientists from the India Institute of Technology in Kharagpur, and the Archaeological Survey of India, have uncovered evidence that the Indus Valley Civilisation is at least 8,000 years old, and...
Mittwoch, 25.5.2016, 11:36

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Recently a number of Wessex Archaeology staff took part in training organised by Breaking Ground Heritage’s Richard Bennett. The training was in Mental Health First Aid, with a focus upon the Armed Forces, Wessex Archaeology staff were invited onto the training due to our involvement with Operation Nightingale.  Richard Harrington led the training, Richard is the Director of the charity Support Our Forces (Forces in the Community) so has vast experience of and passion for supporting ex-Service personnel. The training was hosted by Tedworth House and was given to a range of individuals. Having staff trained in Mental Health First Aid means that Wessex Archaeology can better support the people it works with.
 
 
 

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Montag, 9.5.2016, 19:41
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Textual study shows runestones celebrate the power of writing itself
    (details)

  • In Roman era Turkey, rules for horse racing cast a different light on winning
    (details)

  • Jamestown project unearths rare example of a common cooking grill
    (details)

  • Newport, Rhode Island, wreck may be onetime HMS Endeavour, famous from Captain Cook’s voyages
    (details)


Freitag, 29.4.2016, 10:18

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Finds Processing Training

Members of the team from the London & South East Office have recently carried out the second of three training sessions for the Cliffe at Hoo Historical Society, ahead of their excavation this summer. 
 
This month’s session focused on finds processing and participants had a go at marking some finds and some basic identification. Following on from the previous session, members were able to try their hand at constructing Harris Matrices from a series of section drawings of varying difficulty. 
 
Before our next training session the group will be undertaking their exploratory test pits to get a better idea of what is in store for them in the summer.
 
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 16.6.2016, 19:30
The National Oil and Gas Threat Map is a new interactive map which is designed to raise awareness of the risks from oil and gas methane pollution.

The map shows areas of the population which live in areas with a potential health threat from oil and gas pollution. If you select a state on the map you can view details on the number of people and schools which are within the 'Threat Radius' from



Mittwoch, 4.5.2016, 21:29
OpenSFHistory has a collection of over 100,000 vintage photos of San Francisco. You can browse the collection by location on the OpenSFHistory Map.

The OpenSFHistory Map is a little basic but it does provide a neat way to search and view vintage photographs of the city by location. Hopefully one day OpenSFHistory will get around to adding a facility to filter the photos shown on the map by



Mittwoch, 18.5.2016, 16:08

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Teenagers completing their first level of the Jon Egging Trust’s Blue Skies Programme were recently treated to an Introduction to Archaeology Day at the Wessex Archaeology offices in Salisbury
 
The day kicked off with an introduction to the concept of archaeology, and how and why we do it. An animated discussion, led by Project Manager Simon Cleggett, considered archaeological projects and teamwork.
 
Peta Knott and Maddie Fowler (Coastal & Marine) created an entertaining activity involving the young people kitting-up their friends in unwieldy diving gear – a task which needed a well-organised team! 
 
Thanks to Alex Brown and the Geoarchaeology team, the students learnt how and why we gather environmental evidence (eg, seeds, pollen, snail shells) – and how it helps to paint a picture of past landscapes and environments; by viewing a sample through a microscope, they saw how amazing and varied pollen spores can be.
 
The finds activity with Sue Nelson and Erica Macey-Bracken allowed the students to see, handle and discuss the materials and objects used in the past, and contemplate how large tasks (such as digging a ditch) might have been achieved with the materials and technologies available. By stacking crates of artefacts from the earliest up to the most recent, the pupils were able to visualise how stratigraphy – one of the main principles of archaeology – works. 
 
As archaeology is about people, a particularly tangible resource is their skeletal remains. Kirsten Egging Dinwiddy (Senior Osteoarchaeologist) talked about how we study human bone in order to find out about the health and lifestyles of past peoples. The students were fascinated to see how age, biological sex and various conditions affect the skeleton, and were helped to understand how essential ‘context’ is when interpreting any archaeological remains.
 
As always, Phil Harding’s session on flint knapping and tool use was enthralling. Sharpening a stake with a replica flint axe – attempted by most of the children – was one of the highlights of the day. 
 
The day demonstrated the variety of ways in which archaeologists contribute to projects, and how each part of the team have valuable roles to play in order to achieve project and company aims. The Blue Skies Programme provides the students with credits towards a BTEC in Workskills, and the sessions at Wessex Archaeology help towards this.
 
We look forward to seeing the group at one of our excavations on Friday.
 
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 19.5.2016, 11:00

The oldest baby skeleton in central Europe found in Mesolithic cemetery in Gross Fredenwalde, Germany. Mesolithic (7000 BCE) burial ground situated on the 111m high Weinberg. Examined in the 1960´s and again in 2012. Archaeologists found tools, jewellery and remains of seven persons (3 adults and 4 children). It appears to have been an important Mesolithic site in northern Germany.
Donnerstag, 9.6.2016, 17:50

Sunday 12th June: tour / gathering to celebrate Peter Knight's 20 years in book publishing. Henge in Dorset with a church built in the middle, which must point to early Christianisation of a pagan temple. There are actually three henges here, as shown in detailed research done by students of Bournemouth University.
Mittwoch, 4.5.2016, 13:39

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This month, Alexandra Grassam attended the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) annual conference in order to attend the CPD Workshop entitled ‘Equality and Diversity in Archaeology’. The CIfA has recently established a specialist interest group focusing on Equality and Diversity following the previous years’ conference where a heated debate about such issues was sparked off. 
 
The workshop focused on three key areas, gender, disability and LBGT. On each topic, and introductory talk delivered and then all present were encouraged to debate the issues within groups, providing personal insights and suggesting positive solutions. All were asked to identify matters which require actions from individuals, institutions/employers and the CIfA and the allocated a timescale for the response (immediately, within a year or in five years). 
 
The workshop covered some difficult and occasionally emotive topics and much discussion was had. It is clear that all present realise the need for improvements in equality and diversity, not just from within our own profession but within a wider context too. What is noticeable at the moment is the lack of clear statistics which reveal the true level of diversity within the profession. Surveys such as the highly useful Profiling the Profession are unable at this stage to scope in the more difficult questions surrounding this as this is not the purpose of them, although they are able to provide information about simplistic information about gender proportions within the industry – which are, incidentally, continuing to show a continued move towards a gender balance. Issues that we are not able to get grip of at the moment include the presence of hidden disabilities amongst the work force, such as dyslexia and mental health conditions, and whether we are a LBGT friendly profession. And the biggest challenge by far is to establish why we continue to be populated by a vast majority of White British in ethnic terms. 
 
For a clearer understanding of where we are and how we can improve, we need a better understanding of where we are at now. The aim of the Equality and Diversity group is to facilitate this conversation and provide a focus for efforts. They have also produced an action plan which sets out the aims of the group. What is clear from this plan is the need for wide ranging cooperation from all corners of profession, from academia through to commercial, to allow these goals to be achieved. 
 
To see a transcript of the Twitter discussion from the day, please follow this link
For more information about the E&D group, please follow this link
 
 
 

Dienstag, 10.5.2016, 10:09

The Devil's Groove is a popular name for landscape formation resembling a massive track-line or groove approx 21 km long, leading between Sázava and Chotouň in Bohemia. Recent archeological surveys (J.Bernat,M.Štědra) have confirmed the surprising fact that the Devil's Groove was originaly constructed in the Neolithic (about 4000 BC).
Donnerstag, 19.5.2016, 12:13

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In Spring 2016, the Salisbury office advertised for full time post-excavation assistants to help process the finds from several excavations, including the exciting Neolithic and Anglo-Saxon remains from Bulford, Wiltshire. A team of four was chosen – Rob Wheeldon, Jen Whitby, Amy Saunders and Sophie Clarke. Here is a little more about them, and how they have been getting on. 
 

Rob

My academic background is in history and working with heritage organisations in the north east, and for me, archaeology is a relatively recent and exciting change in career direction. I volunteered with the finds department at Wessex Archaeology’s Sheffield office last summer, before taking up the offer of a temporary contract there as a finds technician.
 
I feel very privileged to have been offered a similar role at the Salisbury office. I’d worked with human remains before, processing finds from a Victorian cemetery in Halifax. Whilst we know a lot about the Victorians, how they lived and how they died, we know comparatively little about the Anglo-Saxons, which makes the Bulford project really exciting to be part of. What I have enjoyed most is listening to the various interpretations of the cemetery and grave goods. As someone coming from a historical background it’s cool to feel I am on the cutting edge of current discoveries and research. 
 

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Jen

I am originally from Northamptonshire and got into archaeology after an archaeologist visited my primary school. I have a degree in Ancient History and Archaeology from the University of Wales, Lampeter, as well as a Masters in Archaeology from Oxford University. My interests are in Ancient Civilisations and I have a background of working with finds through years of volunteering as finds supervisor for my local community archaeology project, working behind the scenes at my local museum, and as a trainee for Cotswold Archaeology. 
 
I feel very lucky joining Wessex Archaeology and have enjoyed my time so far. I have learned so much about archaeology in the South West, particularly from such a fantastic site as Bulford. This is the second opportunity I have had to handle human bone (previously a skeleton dating to the Bronze Age – Iron Age) but I was not prepared for the scale of the cemetery, despite warnings from the project manager, Simon Cleggett. It has been amazing to process the finds and to help rediscover the story of these people, such as the woman buried with the conch shell and work box, and the giant of a man buried with a spear. I have also enjoyed further developing my archive skills.
 
I look forward to processing the rest of the finds from Bulford; delving deeper in the past as far back as the Neolithic, and continuing to learn more about the archaeology and history of the area. 
 

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Amy

Whilst completing my archaeology degree at University of Bristol, I joined Wessex Archaeology as a weekly volunteer working in the Finds Department. This gave me the opportunity to discover an area of archaeology that I found truly fascinating and I was delighted when I was offered full-time employment. There is much to learn about the appropriate techniques for extracting artefacts from their earthly coatings and it usually calls for delicate handling and an eye for detail as they are prepared for x-ray, dating, interpretation, exhibiting and/or archive storage. 
 
To be able to handle skilfully made objects from the past has been inspiring. The recent surprising discovery of a large Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Bulford, has resulted in an influx of human skeletons that need to be processed. We discuss how age may be determined through analysing the different bones and looking at how disease or accidents may have altered their appearance. This and associated artefacts tell us about the life and death of these people. 
 

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Sophie

My interest in archaeology began with an FdSc, progressing to BSc degree level at Plymouth University. I regularly participated in excavations and voluntary projects such as the Bronze Age Boat located in Falmouth, Cornwall. I then went on to do my Master’s degree at Durham University where I studied Museums and Artefacts. I learned more about the aftercare and treatment of objects after excavation, preservation techniques, politics, debates, repatriation and archaeological legislation. In 2014 I became a conservator for Longleat House. I monitored the environment and performed integrated pest management, cataloguing, archiving and participated in the overall care of the furniture and artefacts. 
 
Everyday I find myself considering the finds from the Bulford site in a new way. So far, I have been archiving, washing and marking human bones and their associated grave goods, and I have even spotted signs of injury and disease.  
 
As a team we regularly share our collective knowledge and we have helped each other to improve our skills, as we steadily work through our tasks.
 
Simon regularly discusses his different theories about the Bulford site with us, which really makes us feel involved and helps us understand the importance of what we do in order for the next stage to continue. We find that the communication between departments has made the significance of the site really strong to us; and as a result we thoroughly look forward to continuing our employment here. 
 

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Most of our training has been provided by finds supervisors, Sue (Nelson) and Erica (Macey-Bracken). We have also benefitted from talking to individual specialists such as Kirsten (Egging Dinwiddy) and Jackie (McKinley) on the human bone, and Elina (Brook), Rachael (Seager Smith) and Grace (Jones) on the pottery and other finds, and Lorrain (Higbee) about the animal bone. This has made us feel so much more involved in the team and we really feel like we are now part of Wessex Archaeology. We have been introduced to different departments so we can understand how the archaeology goes from excavation to publication. We are actively developing the necessary skills to document the finds prior to further analysis. This has also provided us with the opportunity to see the complexity and variety of archive requirements museums have before any archive deposition can take place.
 
Over the next few months we are expecting to develop and broaden our skills further, and work on similarly fascinating assemblages from other sites. 
 
By Rob Wheeldon, Jen Whitby, Amy Saunders and Sophie Clarke, Finds Assistants
 
 

Montag, 2.5.2016
Orlovi Skali - Eagles' Rocks - a beautiful rock formation located near the town of Sarnitsa, in Southern Bulgaria, has been identified as a prehistoric rock shrine from the 4th...
Freitag, 13.5.2016, 09:43

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The Ten Tors Challenge (TTC) is a major event for youth teams taking place in May each year – 400 teams each of 6 teenagers take on hikes of 35, 45 or 55 miles (56, 72 or 88 km) over the difficult terrain of Dartmoor, visiting 10 nominated tors  and check points in under two days. The teams must be self-sufficient, carrying all that they need to complete their route and stay out overnight.
 
The TTC is organised by the Army, specifically Headquarters 1st Artillery Brigade & South West, from its Moor Group Headquarters at Okehampton Camp. It is assisted by the Royal Navy (with manpower and helicopters), the Royal Air Force, the Dartmoor Rescue Group, the Police and British Red Cross: between them they oversee the participants and ensure that none comes to lasting harm.
 
In his ‘other’ job as a Reservist, Major Toby Gane (a Senior Project Manager at Wessex Archaeology’s Salisbury office) who works at Headquarters 1st Artillery Brigade & South West, supported the TTC by working over four days in the TTC Operations Room at Dartmoor Camp helping to co-ordinate military and civilian agency support to the event and teams. This included helping co-ordinate evacuations from the moor, some by helicopter, when required.
 
Chief Executive Chris Brayne says: ‘Wessex Archaeology is delighted to support the Ten Tors Challenge by releasing staff who are Reservists to assist with the set-up and running of this important event.
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 1.6.2016
Ten years ago a pub owner in Northern Ireland uncovered an unusually large flat stone beneath which were the remains of three humans - an ancient burial that, after a...
Dienstag, 14.6.2016, 20:00
Where in the World is a new Street View quiz from SuperBreak. In this fun little game you are shown a succession of Google Maps Street View images of famous locations around the world. All you have to do is choose the correct location from three different answers.

The game allows you to choose from five different categories, History, Travel, Royal Attractions, Nature & Parks and Entertainment.



Donnerstag, 26.5.2016, 12:10

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For the past seven months Wessex Archaeology has been working with Horizon Nuclear Power at Wylfa Newydd, Anglesey in advance of the construction of a new power station. Our work has comprised the excavation of over 1200 evaluation trenches across a 250ha site with a team of up to 50 archaeologists. The site is located on the northern limits of Anglesey, an area with a rich archaeological past, and the findings will add considerably to our understanding of Anglesey’s prehistoric and medieval history.
 

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Our findings include Neolithic and Bronze Age features and the remains of field systems spanning a number of millennia. Further details on these features will be made available by Horizon Nuclear Power as the post excavation evaluation proceeds.
 
The work could not have been completed without the assistance of the team at Gwynedd Archaeological Planning Service and our partners from Irish Archaeological Consultancy and Gwynedd Archaeological Trust. The whole team have made a sterling effort, often working in atrocious weather conditions including three extratropical cyclones (otherwise known as Storms Clodagh, Desmond and Gertrude).
 
 
To learn more about our work with Horizon on the Wylfa Newydd project please click here
 
 
 
 

Montag, 16.5.2016, 04:05
Montag, 16.5.2016, 19:50
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Archaeology suggests huge changes in the interpretation of a president’s 19th-century home
    (details)

  • A new way of looking at ancient ceramics reveals the artisans’ skills
    (details)

  • New clues to an earlier initial settlement of the American Southeast
    (details)

  • Three-dimensional recreation of the Palmyra arch to tour the world
    (details)


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)


Freitag, 13.5.2016, 16:41

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This week WA Coastal & Marine's John McCarthy and Isger Vico Sommer travelled from Edinburgh to a surprisingly sunny Sweden to participate, present and exchange ideas with national and international colleagues at the 2nd European Conference on Scientific Diving. It was hosted at the Sven Lovén centre (about 2 hours north of Gothenburg) by the University of Gothenburg in collaboration with Bohusläns Museum and Västra Götaland Regional Council. Some of the main topics included coastal research using scientific diving, new technologies and methods for scientific divers, research in cold waters using scientific diving and archaeological diving regulations!
 
WA presented the project SAMPHIRE which fitted very well to a theme of using the public to gather scientific information often touched upon throughout the conference. We would like to thank all the participants and organisers for a great conference!
 
By Isger Vico Sommer, Archaeologist
(WA Coastal & Marine)

Freitag, 13.5.2016, 14:33

Just to the northwest of Les Eyzies on the west bank of the river Vézère is found the ancient cliff settlement of Laugerie Basse. There are gisements and shelters in the cliff face which have been inhabited since Cro Magnon man right up to this day. Various items of portable rock art have been found here.
Donnerstag, 19.5.2016, 23:20

The Megalithic Portal has had the facility to log sites you've visited for some time, and our dedicated contributors have logged over 22,000 of these so far! We now have a new and better way to show off all these visit logs, in a 'blog' format with images and customised maps (*) This is a major new feature which has created many hundreds of new pages to browse so I hope you'll have a go with it both as a viewer and (b)logger, it's really easy to get started.
Freitag, 10.6.2016, 20:16

Geophysical surveys carried out at three lesser known Cornish sites: Bake Rings Enclosure (this page), also Padderbury Top and Hall Rings. A circular enclosure, 94 metres in diameter, with a larger D-shaped enclosure adjoining to the East, The circular enclosure is partly still there but the D -shaped enclosure has been ploughed out.
Donnerstag, 16.6.2016, 15:23

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Nathaniel Welsby (aka Nate) is from our Sheffield team, but is on secondment to the Salisbury office for three months training within the Geoarchaeology & Environmental team. The aim of the training is to teach Nate all our methods and processes in order that he can help run a new environmental processing set-up back in Sheffield on his return.
 
Nate had spent the previous five months excavating at Wylfa Newydd, Anglesey and on his arrival in Salisbury says he was flung straight into the thick it by the environmental team. 
 
I’ve been kept busy with samples from Wylfa Newydd (seems I can't escape that site), getting mucky with waterlogged and clay samples, having a whale of a time processing skeletons from Tidworth and Bulford and even finding a Saxon blue glass bead’. 
 
Nate recovered the glass bead (pictured) during processing of a soil sample taken from the skull cavity of one of the many 7th-8th century Saxon graves at the MOD site in Bulford.
 
From working with the geoarch and environment team I have learnt that samples need as much attention on site as in the processing shed, and intend to keep a close eye on sampling strategies on my return to Sheffield.  I have learnt about the processes involved with sampling on a large scale and had the excitement of finding the unknown in the next sample bucket’.
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 9.6.2016, 09:32

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After learning about the Bulford excavation during the Introduction to Archaeology Day at the Salisbury Office, the students on Jon Egging Trust’s Blue Skies Programme were thrilled to get the chance to visit the site and meet the fieldwork team. They spent the day working in pairs, learning how to excavate small features, accurately plan to scale, and survey using a dumpy level. Some also got the chance to sieve spoil from the excavated features to see if they could find anything of interest. It was great to see how quickly they picked up the various skills and techniques, and how enthusiastically the teams functioned. 
 
One student, Megan, spent some time in the afternoon interviewing her peers; from her journalistic skills it is clear that discovering finds was the highlight of many of the students’ day. When Shyla was asked what she liked about archaeology her response was "finding bones and flint”, and KC answered “I enjoyed sieving”. Isaac was surprised that "by just looking at mud you can find out a lot”, which was echoed by Devon, who expressed his surprise at finding a piece of prehistoric burnt flint. Some of the students excelled in identifying finds, using their knowledge gained in the previous session, and in particular from Phil Harding’s flint knapping demonstration.
 
The archaeology sessions have enabled the students to continue developing their work skills, offering them the chance to interact with new people in novel environments, and helping them to recognise their own strengths, as well as those of others.
 
They should all feel very proud of what they have achieved. Many thanks to all those involved!
 
 
 
 

Freitag, 27.5.2016, 16:34

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31 May is the centenary of the Battle of Jutland in 1916 that took place in the southern North Sea during World War I. Wessex Archaeology surveyed and prepared a conservation management plan during 2014, of the HMS Caroline a light cruiser Royal Navy ship docked in Belfast harbour, which is the last vessel to survive the Battle.

The Conservation Management Plan was part of a successful HLF bid for £12 million to convert the ship and neighbouring pump house into a visitor centre, in the Titanic Quarter of Belfast and adjacent to the Thompson Dock where the Titanic was fitted out in 1912.  
 
On 31 May a commemorative service will be held at the HMS Caroline during the day and in the evening there will be a dinner hosted by Captain John Rees OBE of the National Museum of the Royal Navy, which Rosemary Thornber will be attending on behalf of Wessex Archaeology. Rosemary, originally from Belfast, completed the heritage survey of the ship, consultation, historic research as well as writing towards and compiling the CMP, while Dan Atkinson, Director of Coastal & Marine at Wessex Archaeology, coordinated the project and conducted the vessel survey, together with Graham Scott, Senior Archaeologist Coastal & Marine.  
 
The visitor centre, which will open to the public on 1 June, is close to the award-winning Titanic visitor centre and increases the number of historic attractions of international significance in Belfast, as well as the complement of historic vessels curated by the NMRN.
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 28.4.2016, 12:36
PlayGIS's Springfield is a gloriously detailed map of America's most famous town. The map allows you to explore an oblique view of Springfield and view places of interest in the town, such as the home of the Simpsons family (742 Evergreen Terrace) and the location of the.world's first ever Kwik-E-Mart.

The Springfield map was created using the Esri mapping platform. It is now also available as



Freitag, 22.4.2016, 15:33
Dienstag, 10.5.2016, 13:03
During the 1950's the United States identified 1,100 locations around the world as targets for nuclear weapons. These included locations in Eastern Europe, Russia, China, and North Korea. These targets also included a number of cities with large urban populations, including Beijing, Moscow, Leningrad, East Berlin and Warsaw.

The Future of Life Institute has created an interactive map which



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

Mittwoch, 1.6.2016, 17:39
Samstag, 4.6.2016, 15:05

Claims emerge that missing stela has been sold for 6 million Turkish Liras (1.4 million pounds). Stone Carving in Konya Province, Turkey. Late Hittite Period, late 8th century BCE.
The 6 metre tall relief depicts King Warpalawas of Tabal making an offering to Tarhunt, the Hittite storm god.
Mittwoch, 15.6.2016, 09:51

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This week (6/06/16–10/06/16) I have done work experience with Wessex Archaeology. The last five days have been filled with numerous activities from all over the different sections of archaeology; and not only have they given me a better idea of how in-depth archaeology is, they have also shown me how well linked to other professions being an archaeologist can be. 
 
On the first day I was given a tour of the office, and immediately picked up on how important skills like teamwork and communication are in this career. Each section overlapped with the next, allowing them to continue, and expand their work until they had the full picture. Then, after lunch, I was introduced to Roberta and Damien, who work as the survey team, and make sure the correct recording equipment is available, and working, for each site. Roberta showed me how to use the GPS, and then we looked at AutoCAD and photogrammetry, both of which were amazing.
 
On the second day I had worked in the environmental section with Nicki in the morning, and I washed and filtered five different soil samples. I was covered in water, and mud, but learnt how different types of soil preserved artefacts and remains, and how even finds like microscopic snail shells could show them what the land was like. In the afternoon, I worked with Susan, who is the senior logistics officer. Her job is important as it allows all the sites to run smoothly. I was tasked with finding the dates for a three day first aid course, and for finding suitable accommodation for archaeologists on two sites. I never fully understood how much work goes into organising the sites, and the people working there.
 
On Wednesday I worked with the finds team, and the volunteer cleaning finds. The bulk of the artefacts I cleaned were Roman pottery, many pieces being black burnished ware which comes from around Poole. You could see the connection between some sherds, as they had the same pattern – a particularly common one being a lattice. There was also a lot of animal bones, and CBM, which is ceramic building material. My personal favourite was a curved handle, presumably from a tea cup, or teapot. 
 
Day four bought me to my site visit, which was in the on the west side of Wiltshire. It was amazing to see how the sites work, and I got to see the specific conditions the finds from here had to be stored in.  I spent the day helping the volunteers clean the finds, and was shown how different conditions affected, and marked the finds in different ways. Day four was probably my favourite day.
 
On my fifth, and final, day I spent the morning with the environmental team again, this time with Ines. She showed me how they used the floating parts of samples, called the flots, to enhance their knowledge of the landscape. We looked at barley, and wheat grains, and how you could identify cereals because they have an embryo cavity, which is a small dent on one side where the embryo sits. She also showed me the outside of a sloe stone, and compared it to one that hadn’t been affected by heat and time. Then, in the afternoon, I was working with the marine team, and started off by re-wrapping some of the marine finds with Tom. They were all eventually being sent to a museum for display. After that, I helped Maddy wrap a new wire around the ‘umbilical’ so that when the team went diving next week the people on the boat could have a live stream of what the diver was seeing. Finally, Peta showed me some more photogrammetry, and allowed me to have a go creating a model of a shell that had been dredged up. After loading up the photos, we were left with a digital 3D model of the sides of the shell.
 
I have really enjoyed my week here at Wessex, and it has opened my eyes to how busy archaeology is. There is so much to still discover, and it has been amazing to see that.
 
By Ella Regan
 
 
 

Samstag, 23.4.2016
Researchers have made a surprise discovery at the well-known Cave Creek Midden site in the desert upland of southeast Arizona, close to the border with Mexico - a 3,000-year-old bison...
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
 

Sonntag, 5.6.2016
In Europe, the oldest boat ever discovered is a 10,000 year-old dugout canoe from the Netherlands. The oldest plank-built vessels in the region are Bronze Age boats found at Dover...
Montag, 13.6.2016, 21:00
Surprisingly Europe has been one of the global hot-spots of the organised theft of rhino horns. This is mainly due to organised criminal networks stealing rhino horn from government stockpiles, private homes and museums.

The reason why these organised criminal networks exist is because of the huge demand in Vietnam and China, primarily where rhino horn is used (with no effect) in traditional



Samstag, 11.6.2016, 13:54
Only 12% of Europe is not affected by light pollution and because most Europeans live within the 88% of Europe which is affected by light pollution 99% of Europeans live under light polluted skies. If you live in Paris and you want to see the Milky Way you would need to travel over 900 km to Corsica, Central Scotland or to the Cuenca province in Spain to reach an area not significantly affected



Samstag, 23.4.2016
Archaeology crowdfunding platform 'DigVentures' has launched a campaign to excavate a rare unexplored Bronze Age barrow in the northwest of England, in what will be the first scientific excavation of...
Dienstag, 21.6.2016, 12:02
Sigur Rós – Route One is a live 'slow TV' event, which for 24 hours will be live broadcasting a summer solstice journey around Iceland. Rock band Sigur Rós are currently driving around Iceland's 1,332km long coastal ring road and broadcasting the whole event on YouTube.

If you visit the Sigur Rós – Route One website you can watch the live stream of the event and view the band's real-time



Montag, 16.5.2016, 15:34
Samstag, 7.5.2016, 18:27
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016, 17:08
Montag, 18.4.2016, 18:04
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Archaeologists use experimentation to reproduce Early Mesolithic headdresses
    (details)

  • Inscribed pottery fragments hint at a higher literacy rate in ancient Israel
    (details)

  • Controlled burning in Montana High Plains reveals a vast suite of Native American sites
    (details)

  • The tomb of a Catholic priest in Mexico City reveals how the Spaniards repurposed Aztec architecture
    (details)


Dienstag, 3.5.2016, 13:51

Bronze Age Barrows in Co. Antrim. Two adjacent circular mounds, each surrounded by a ditch and rampart. Also a long rampart east of the mounds. Easily accessed from a car park next to the site.
Donnerstag, 14.4.2016, 10:39

The Archaeology of Herefordshire: An exploration - Keith Ray, This is a very readable, knowledgeable, and up-to date reference book. Although it is nominally about Herefordshire, it overlaps with adjoining neighbourhoods - the Welsh Mountains, the Forest of Dean, and the Malverns - and draws from a wide variety of national sources, making it applicable to many locations.
Samstag, 7.5.2016, 11:20
Mapping iThemba is an interactive map which explores issues around post-colonial science and drug discovery in South Africa. The map tells the story of iThemba Pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical company striving to create 'African solutions for African problems'.

At the center of this interactive is an illustrated map, providing an oblique view of Johannesburg, Pretoria, and the surrounding



Donnerstag, 2.6.2016, 21:41
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.
Samstag, 30.4.2016, 16:56

Another quick post with news on crowdsourcing in cultural heritage, citizen science and citizen history in April(ish) 2016… Acceptances for our DH2016 Expert Workshop: Beyond The Basics: What Next For Crowdsourcing? have been sent out. If you missed the boat, don’t panic! We’re taking a few more applications on a rolling basis to allow for … Continue reading April news in crowdsourcing, citizen science, citizen history


The post April news in crowdsourcing, citizen science, citizen history appeared first on Open Objects.


Sonntag, 5.6.2016
As part of the discovery of the Dinaledi chamber and the Rising Star Cave in the Malmani dolomites, part of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site in South Africa,...
Freitag, 20.5.2016, 14:15

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Following last year’s epic success in the Oxfam Trailwalker challenge Wessex Archaeology are entering three teams in this year’s Trailwalker challenge. This year the teams come from across Wessex Archaeology’s offices with staff members from Salisbury, Sheffield and the Maidstone offices taking part. 
 
In true archaeological fashion the teams are named after the types of fill recorded in features! Team Primary is made up by four tough Sheffield lads – Chris Hurst, Matt Tooke, Lincoln Spencer and Jack Laverick; Secondary, comprising Salisbury based managers Gareth Chaffey and Simon Cleggett with Alex Grassam (Sheffield) and Phoebe Olsen (Salisbury) and Tertiary, Dave Norcott (Salisbury) bravely takes the challenge on again with Rachel Williams (Salisbury), Andy Callen (Salisbury) and Will Santamaria (Maidstone).
 
Collectively they are the Wessex Walkers the link below will take you to their Just Giving page where they are trying to raise £4200 for Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust.
 
 
 
 
 
By Rachel Williams, Archaeologist (Salisbury Office)
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 1.6.2016, 11:24
Today the world's longest rail tunnel, the Gotthard base tunnel in Switzerland, will see it's first ever train journey. 

The Gotthard tunnel is 57 km long and runs under the Alps between Erstfeld and Bodio. Before the opening of the new tunnel, trains have had to use the Gotthardbahn rail tunnel. Trains using the new tunnel will be able to cut 45 minutes from their journey times.

You can view



Samstag, 14.5.2016, 00:47

Stone Circle in Co.Kerry. Some 7 metres in diameter, it is 4.8 km SW of Lauragh Bridge and visible to the right of a road leading up a dramatic glen towards Eskatarriff and The Pocket. Eight tall stones out of a probable 13 survive, set unusually close together.
Donnerstag, 12.5.2016, 19:31
Making North America is a PBS Nova documentary film exploring the history of the geological formation of North America and how the continent's land and mountains have emerged and evolved over time.

You can now also learn more about North America, its formation and its evolution, on this PBS Nova Making North America map. Using the map you can view satellite imagery of some of North America's



Freitag, 17.6.2016, 19:30
Earlier this week Explore the Earth with Tim Peake was released. This interactive map features a series of beautiful images of our planet taken by British Astronaut Tim Peake from the International Space Station.

NASA also has its own interactive map featuring photographs of Earth. The Image Composites map allows you to view composite images of our planet which were taken from the perspective



Freitag, 6.5.2016, 09:30

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Wessex Archaeology’s Graham Scott attended the Freedom Day reception at the South African High Commission in London on 29 April at the invitation of His Excellency Mr Obed Mlaba.
 
The invitation reflects the success of the ‘We Die Like Brothers’ team in creating a permanent exhibition on the loss of the steamship Mendi for the South African National War Memorial at Delville Wood and ongoing plans to commemorate the 100th anniversary of 1917 loss, South Africa's worst maritime disaster, by carrying out archaeological fieldwork on the wreck.
 
Watch out for a ‘We Die Like Brothers’ education resource pack which will appear shortly on the Wessex Archaeology SS Mendi web pages and on Historic England's dedicated First World War web pages.
 
By Graham Scott, Senior Archaeologist and Dive Superintendent
 

Mittwoch, 13.4.2016, 00:14

A 1.5m tall Celtic (4th century BCE) burial pillar. The original pillar (pictured) is now situated in the LVR Rheinisches LandesMuseum Bonn. There is a copy of the pillar in the village square (at this location).
Dienstag, 17.5.2016, 17:35

Reputed to have been inhabited for 300,000 years, the Isimila Stone Age Site in Tanzania is known for masses of stone tools eroding out of a dry lake bed. There is a museum with small, well-captioned displays highlighting some of the finds.
Donnerstag, 2.6.2016
An international team led by the Universidad del Pais Vasco has retrieved mitochondrial DNA from 35,000 year-old fossil human remains found in the Pestera Muierii cave in Romania belonging to...
Dienstag, 24.5.2016, 14:05
Mittwoch, 11.5.2016, 22:51
Dustin Cable of the University of Virginia’s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service has combined a dot map of votes cast in the 2008 Presidential Election with a dot map of 2010 census data showing the geographical distribution of race and ethnicity in the United States. The map has been created to help visualize some of the nefarious ways in which current redistricting practices work.

The



Freitag, 27.5.2016, 15:31
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



Donnerstag, 2.6.2016, 16:52

For two decades Gary Webster's book A Prehistory of Sardinia 2300-500 BC was the main English-language synthesis of our knowledge about the Sardinian prehistory. In light of significant development and new data in the areas of chronology, landscape archaeology and interpretation of prehistoric societies in Sardinia, Webster's new book The Archaeology of Nuragic Sardinia is a valuable update of our knowledge about the later prehistory of the second largest Mediterranean island.