Contemporary art is not necessarily always immediately understandable. It can, however, frequently contribute to the way we deal with our present-day world, to posing questions or to introduce us to a new artistic sphere.

Thematic lectures and discussions appropriate to each respective exhibition are offered in order to highlight the contexts in which art is created and to place works by contemporary artists in an art historical context or to draw interdisciplinary references.

exhibition opening! Produktion. Made in Germany Drei

Sprengel Museum Hannover Kestner Gesellschaft Kunstverein Hannover

We invite you and your friends to the opening of the exhibition »Production. Made in Germany Drei«.
17.00 Uhr – Sprengel Museum Hannover
19.00 Uhr – Kestner Gesellschaft
20.15 Uhr – Kunstverein Hannover
22.00 Uhr – IMPURE FICTION, Perfomance – Kunstverein Hannover/Literaturhaus

Nacht der Museen 2017

19.00 Uhr/ 20.00 Uhr/ 23.00 Uhr
short guided tours through the exhibition

18.00-22.00 Uhr
Children’s rallye (for children from 6 to 12 years)

19.00-23.00 Uhr
Talking Label Our »talking title plates« are available for questions and discussions about the exhibition.

19.00-23.00 Uhr
Allstars Schauspiel Hannover

Opening BPA. Berlin Program for Artists

Nile Koetting, Mia Goyette, Richard Frater

Opening BPA. Berlin Program for Artists: Nile Koetting, Mia Goyette, Richard Frater.

Opening BPA. Berlin Program for Artists

Sofia Duchovny, Johanna Klinger, Miriam Yammad

Opening BPA. Berlin Program for Artists: Sofia Duchovny, Johanna Klinger, Miriam Yammad.

artist talk

with Carina Brandes and Schirin Kretschmann.

Talk with Mentoren von BPA Berlin Program for Artists

On The Wall In Chalk Is Written

2nd Studio for Propositional Cinema Film Festival

Henning Fehr and Philipp Rühr
Lectures, Performances, Discussions

On The Wall In Chalk Is Written

2nd Studio for Propositional Cinema Film Festival

Juliette Blightman, Performance
Alex Wiesel and Jan Bonny, Film

	Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven »What Would I Do in Orbit?«
Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven »What Would I Do in Orbit?«