Bremen | Wasserturm, Schwankhalle, Arbeitnehmerkammer 02.07.-28.08.2011

water tower Bremen , © Nora Kronemeyer
Ausstellung vom 02. Juli 2011 bis 28. August 2011

Eröffnung: Sa., 02. Juli 2011 | 19 Uhr | Schwankhalle mit anschließender (Fluss-) Fahrt zum Wasserturm

Eröffnungsrede: Adrienne Goehler, Kuratorin der Ausstellung und Dr. Reinhard Loske, als Schirmherr der Ausstellung

Clement Price-Thomas - The Guide from Funkjunge on Vimeo.


Wasserturm „umgedrehte Kommode“
Werderstraße 101, 28199 Bremen
Öffnungszeiten: Mi - So 13 - 19 Uhr

Schwankhalle: Raum für Ideen
Buntentorsteinweg 112, 28201 Bremen
Öffnungszeiten: Mi - So 13 - 19 Uhr

Galerie im Foyer, Bürgerstraße 1, 28195 Bremen
- Eintritt frei -
Öffnungszeiten: Mo - Do 8 - 18.30 | Fr 8-13 Uhr


ETF! in Chile

Curator Adrienne Goehler opened the 16th station of "examples to follow! expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability" on June 9th in Parque Cultural de Valparaiso, Chile. This expeditions counts with the support of Heinrich Böll Foundation Chile, the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam (Germany) and Goethe-Institut Chile.

Co-curated by Rodolfo Andaur the Chilean artists Aninat-Swinburn, Natascha de Cortillas, Vania Caro Melo, Claudia Müller, Guisela Munita, and Alejandra Prieto joined the current 62 international artists.

Pictures of the exhibition, that will be opened from 10.6. - 12.8.2017 can be seen here .

The IASS and the Heinrich Böll Foundation Cono Sur (HBS) launched the innovative series of events "mundos sostenbiles" in Chile to foster dialogue at the intersection of the arts, politics, and sustainability. The programme includes discussion panels, workshops, guided tours, performances, and video screenings on a broad range of sustainability topics. The events will be staged at Valparaíso Cultural Park and other sites in the city between 9 June and 13 August, 2017.

The Dialogue Programme in Valparaíso is structured around four thematic axes:

1) “Territories and resources: development models in dispute” (8 – 11 June)

2) “Food sovereignty and the challenges of climate change” (June 29 – July 2)

3) “Water: private property or common property?” (3 – 5August)

4) “Future Cities and Citizens” (10 – 12 August)

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