Exhibition by Solitude fellow Janneke van der Putten and Jorinde Fischer
Im Gespräch mit Ronald Grätz, wird er über Kulturund Literatur in Brasilien in einer Zeit des Schreckens sprechen. In conversation with Ronald Grätz, they will talk about culture and literature in Brazil in a time of horror.
The Akademie Schloss Solitude invites you to the »Solitude Micro Summer Festival (in two parts)« starting June 27, 2020. On the occasion of the Akademie's 30th anniversary, event and exhibition formats will be presented throughout the entire castle grounds in a small experimental setting, enabling personal and artistic encounters with the fellows during the summer months.
On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, Elke aus dem Moore, director of the Akademie Schloss Solitude, will be the guest at the Littmann-Salon.
During an online reading, Brazilian prose, essay, and stage author Vinicius Jatobá, fellow of the Akademie Schloss Solitude (2018/2020), will illuminate the related Portuguese term »Saudade« (longing).
Les Maquisards by Hemley Boum is about the Cameroonian peaceful independence movement UPS, in the late 50s, which is violently suppressed by the colonial administration and forced to operate underground. Head of the movement is the charismatic Ruben Um Nyobe.
Mark Terkessidis, a renowned migration and racism researcher, takes a look into the past to make current debates comprehensible, but he also shows us where they need to be taken in a new direction.
Du to the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the event has been cancelled!
Under the patronage of the German Comission for UNESCO, the Haus der Poesie in Berlin continues to host the central event for World Poetry Day in Germany in 2020. Authors from different parts of the world read their texts in the original, with German translations.
The Akademie Schloss Solitude invites interested persons to the presentation and subsequent talk with the curator Berit Fischer from Berlin/Germany. In her current work, she questions the curatorial possibilities of representation and display, and seeks new ways of actively involving protagonist in this process.
Exhibition with selected works that were developed within the framework of the Web Residencies by Digital Solitude, a program of Akademie Schloss Solitude.
Jackie Thomae reads from her latest novel »Brüder« within the new reading series »Membrane continued« on February 3, 2020 at Literaturhaus Stuttgart. The novel tells the story of two German men, born the same year, children of the same father who left his dark skin. The questions they face are the same, but their lives could not be more different.