Here you find information about current EDUCULT events or events of our partners. We are looking forward to meeting you on one of these occasions.

Events
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Salon of Cultures – Silent Dialogue

With the title Silent Dialogue the artists Lara Erel, Verena Zangerle and Osama Zatar will present some of their current works in the Salon of Cultures. We invite you all...
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European Symposium “Cultural Politics and Right-Wing Populism”

On March 30th 2017, the one-day European symposium "Cultural Politics and Right-Wing Populism" will take place at the University of Applied Arts Vienna in cooperation with EDUCULT. In...
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Salon der Kulturen - Shifting Memories

Salon of Cultures – SHIFTING MEMORIES

Under the title SHIFTING MEMORIES the artists Adel Dauood, Tina Greisberger and Philipp Renda present some of their current works in the Salon of Cultures. Besides the approved cooperation with...
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Salon of Cultures – “In and Out Culture. And in between?”

EDUCULT extends an invitation to the symposium “In and Out Culture. And in between?,” which is part of the “Salon of Cultures” series, at the University of Applied Art Vienna....
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Salon der Kulturen - Vernissage O.T.T.O

Salon of Cultures – O.T.T.O

We cordially invited you to the exhibition “O.T.T.O” by Daniel Fonatti, Gregor Fuchs, Katsiaryna Krauchanka, and Dora Kuthy at the EDUCULT gallery on 22 November. The exhibition is part of...
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Heiligenkreuzer Hof, Vienna

International Conference “Social Inequality and Cultural Policy”

On 22 April 2016 the University of Applied Arts Vienna hosted the international conference “Social Inequality and Cultural Policy“. It represents a follow-up of the conferences "Peripherie.Macht.Kulturpolitik", [more]

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International Conference “Periphery.Power.Cultural Policy”

On 22 April 2015 the University for Applied Arts Vienna hosted the international symposium “Periphery.Power.Cultural Policy”. It represented a follow-up of the discussion of the 2014 conference on [more]

SAG'S MULTI! Veranstaltungen

Dates SAG’S MULTI! 2014/15

For the first time ALL pupils - with and without a migration background - are invited to join the competition! In 2014/15 "SAG'S MULTI!" is a platform for multilingual talents...
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International Conference “Cultural Policies in Cities”

On the 2 April 2014 the conference "Cultural Policies and the Cities" was held at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. The conceptualisation of the conference was made by Michael...
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Salon of Cultures – Access to Culture

The Hungarian activist and theatre producer Árpád Schilling has been our guest at the Salon of Cultures on 11 December 2014 at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. As...
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Salon der Kulturen - Moment

Salon of Cultures – Moment!

We cordially invited you to the exhibition “Moment!” by Nora Eckhart, Simon Fleischmann and Zhanina Marinova at the EDUCULT gallery on 23 June. The exhibition is part of the EDUCULT...
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Photo-I-Kopie

Culture for All – Phase III

The workshop “Culture and Arts Education in Kosovo” is held in the context of the International Conference “Culture and Education”, organised by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports (MCYS)...
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Salon of Cultures – IT ALL GET’S BETTER

We cordially invite you to the exhibition „IT ALL GET'S BETTER" by Jasmin Edelbrunner, Stephan Genser and Louis Szapary at the EDUCULT gallery. The exhibition is part of the EDUCULT...
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Salon of Cultures – BRANDGEFÄHRLICH_TRAUMHAFT

We cordially invite you to the exhibition “BRANDGEFÄHRLICH_TRAUMHAFT” by Alina Özyurt, Assunta Abdel Azim Mohamed and Julia Geißler at the EDUCULT gallery on 11 November. The exhibition is part of...
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Salon der Kulturen "zone X"

Salon of Cultures – “zone X”

We cordially invite you to the opening of the exhibition “zone X” by Nicolas Dellamartina, Antonio Lemos Froes Neto and Daniel Pfauth at the EDUCULT gallery on 15 May. The...
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