11 October: W & K Forum: FESTIVAL CURATING TODAY. Panel Discussion

Markus Hinterhäuser / Intendant of the Salzburg Festival and Christophe Slagmuylder / Intendant of the Wiener Festwochen under the moderation of Dorothea von Hantelmann / Professor at Bard College Berlin, discuss the "Festival Curating Today".

Freitag, 11. Oktober 2019, 19:00 Uhr
Theater im KunstQuartier (Paris-Lodron-Straße 2a/Bergstraße 12a, 5020 Salzburg)

Sind „Ausnahmezustand“, „Ereignis“, „Feier“, „Gemeinschaft“ oder „Überraschung“ Charakteristika, die Festivals zugesprochen werden, so droht im Boom der massenkulturellen „Event-Festivals“ die Gefahr, dass Festivals zum „kulturellen Gebrauchsartikel des 21. Jahrhunderts“ (Franz Willnauer) degradiert werden. Wie reagieren die Programmverantwortlichen?    

Die Diskussion findet in deutscher und englischer Sprache statt.  

Anmeldung: Tel. +43 662 8044 2380 oder ingeborg.schrems@sbg.ac.at    

Veranstalter: Universitätslehrgang „Kuratieren in den szenischen Künsten“ der Universität Salzburg und der Universität München mit dem Programmbereich (Inter)Mediation: Musik – Vermittlung – Kontext am Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst der Universität Salzburg und der Universität Mozarteum Salzburg  

Nähere Info zum Universitätslehrgang „Kuratieren in den szenischen Künsten“ siehe: http://www.szenisches.kuratieren.sbg.ac.at/   Der Universitätslehrgang Kuratieren in den szenischen Künsten wird unterstützt von Kunststiftung NRW, Kulturreferat der Landeshauptstadt München und Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac.  

Nähere Info zum Programmbereich (Inter)mediation. Musik – Vermittlung – Kontext sowie zum Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst siehe: https://www.w-k.sbg.ac.at/de/startseite.html    

Mag. Ingeborg Schrems


PB (Inter)Mediation, Kooperationsschwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst

Bergstraße 12, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 662 8044-2380

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