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Exhibition   Wasserschloß Klaffenbach

The Power of making

Studying Ceramic/Glass Design at Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle

Curated by Prof. Hubert Kittel

Study projects and final projects by students of Ceramic/Glass Design in recent years will be shown at Wasserschloss Klaffenbach. Alongside the BURG’s centenary, specialised training in design – which began with the foundation of the Institute for Vessel Design in 1965 – is also celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

Exhibition   BURG Gallery in the Volkspark

Die 100 besten Plakate der BURG

The 100 best BURG posters

Curated by Prof. Anna Berkenbusch

In the tradition of the “100 best posters” competition that was started in East Germany in 1966 and along the lines of the annual international “100 best posters in Germany, Austria and Switzerland” competition, the BURG will also showcase the 100 best posters from its 100-year history as selected by an independent international jury.

Exhibition   Grassimuseum für Angewandte Kunst Leipzig, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart

Tradition between fake and history

Exhibitions in Stuttgart and Leipzig

Curated by Prof. Bettina Göttke-Krogmann and Prof. Karl Höing. Cooperation with Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design

How can tradition be experienced and, at the same time, broken with so that we can create new things and not remain stuck with the old? The “tradition between fake and history” cooperation project will invent fictitious traditions with the goal of investigating the meaning, up-to-dateness, relevance and future of cultural traditions.

Exhibition   Händel-Haus

Pas de deux – ein Schritt für zwei

Die Künstlerin Sonja Schrader im Dialog mit der Tänzerin Marie Sallé

Kuratiert von Dr. Konstanze Musketa und Sonja Schrader

Der Begriff „Pas de deux“ stammt aus dem französischen, unter Ludwig XIV. gegründeten Ballett. Er verspricht einen Dialog zwischen zwei Künstlerinnen: der in Deutschland lebenden Bildhauerin Sonja Schrader und der französischen Tänzerin Marie Sallé (um 1707–1756). Die Ausstellung orientiert sich an der Idee des barocken Welttheaters und will in einem Fest Musik, Schauspiel, Tanz, aber auch Technik und Wissenschaft vereinen, um Glanz in unsere heutige Wirklichkeit zu holen.

Exhibition, Burg im Diskurs, Veranstaltung   Volkspark Halle

BURG professors of Art and Design...

design, dig, have fun, interpret...

Exhibition and discourse platform presented by Dr. Jule Reuter

For the first time, all professors teaching at the BURG will be brought together in an overall exhibition that will showcase recent works and relevant teaching projects from the areas of Art and Design. Discourse platforms with a comprehensive framework programme will form part of this exhibition.

Exhibition   Franckesche Stiftungen zu Halle, Historisches Waisenhaus

Cabinet of wonder – associative space

Contemporary art based on the cabinet of art and natural objects of the Francke Foundations

Curated by Prof. Dr. Nike Bätzner A cooperation project with the Francke Foundations Halle, supported by the German Federal Cultural Foundation

The Francke Foundations’ famous baroque Wunderkammer serves as the starting point here for reflection on the principles of cabinets of art and natural objects and for mapping out the conceptual space of multimedia-oriented and globally networked artistic production. Young alumni of the BURG who work in an international context will exhibit works side by side with artists and designers from around the globe; these works will show how their creators perceive the world.

Exhibition   Kunststiftung Sachsen-Anhalt

Fünf Sinne

Die Burg-Absolventin Barbara Schmidt im Kontext des 100. Jubiläums der Kunsthochschule Halle

Die Kunststiftung Sachsen-Anhalt stellt anlässlich des 100. Jubiläums der Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle die Porzellandesignerin Barbara Schmidt erstmalig in Sachsen-Anhalt vor. Barbara Schmidt gehört zur mittleren Generation heute erfolgreicher Designer, die ihre ethische und gestalterisch-künstlerische Prägung an der Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle erfahren haben.

Festwoche   BURG Campus Design, BURG Campus Kunst, BURG Gallery in the Volkspark, BURG Gärtnerhaus, Zeitbasierte Künste, BURG Hermes-Gebäude, BURG Medienzentrum, BURG Schleifweg

Festival week

The BURG is celebrating!

Gefördert vom Freundes- und Förderkreis der Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle e.V.

A festival week shaped by the most important people at the university – the students! With projects and interventions of all kinds, music and dance, art and design, and international guests and good friends!

Exhibition   Ehem. Verlags- und Druckhaus am Riebeckplatz, Werkleitz Festival 2015 .move ON

I know, you know

An audio-visual dialogue

With Marie Altgen, Minjung Cho, Nieves de la Fuente Gutiérrez, Vera Drebusch, Linda Franke, Jeayoung Koh, Marion Meyer, Max Méndez, Georg Nikolai, Lukas Pfalzer, Nina Reble, Stephan Retzlaff, Lara Rodríguez Cruz, Caro Sell, Wonbaek Shin, Sebastian Thewes, Kayoko Tomita, Diego Vivanco and Susann Weißhaar. A cooperation project with the Academy of Media Arts Cologne and Werkleitz

The BURG in Halle is 100 years old, and the Academy of Media Arts Cologne is celebrating its 25th anniversary – an occasion for entering into dialogue with one another in a joint presentation as part of the Werkleitz “.move ON” festival.

Exhibition   BURG Gallery in the Volkspark

From here and there / Where everything begins

Two jewellery exhibitions

Curated by Prof. Daniel Kruger. A cooperation project with the Gallery for Applied Arts, Munich.

Author jewellery refers to unique pieces and sculptured objects that are presented on the human body. One exhibition will present the diverse strands that exist in author jewellery internationally, while another exhibition will showcase the BURG as a unique location for the development of author jewellery.

Exhibition   Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale)

Modernity in the workshop

100 years of Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design

Curated by Cornelia Wieg. A cooperation project between the Moritzburg Art Museum in Halle, the BURG and the SYN Foundation

This exhibition will look at the history of Burg Giebichenstein as a modern university of art and design in the 20th century. The focus here will be upon representative overall projects of this continually self-renewing “sworn society” and on the art university’s network within the context of modernity.