Correction! Invitation to the vernissage “Die Wiener Jammerei” on 17 November 2021
Dear friends and partners of EDUCULT!
In the last mailing, we inadvertently included the wrong date of the vernissage in the first line of body text. We ask for your understanding and send you herewith the corrected invitation.
We invite you to the opening of the exhibition „Die Wiener Jammerei“ on 17 November 2021 from 7:00 p.m. at the EDUCULT premises in Q21 of the MuseumsQuartier Wien in compliance with the 2G rule!
In the new exhibition as part of the Salon of Cultures, the visual artists Koloman Kann, Julia Bugram, Lani Kotz and Samuel Linus Gromann will enter into an artistic discourse on “The Viennese Yammering” under the curatorial direction of Osama Zatar. The exhibition opening will be accompanied musically by a concert by Orwa Saleh.
We look forward to an evening of yammering and whining together!
Salon of Cultures: “Die Wiener Jammerei” (“The Viennese Yammering”) – The Art of Whining and Complaining
Opening: 17 November 2021, 7 pm – Concert: 7:30 pm by Orwa Saleh
Exhibition: 18 November 2021 – 15 May 2022
Location: EDUCULT, Q21 (at MuseumsQuartier Wien), Museumsplatz 1/e-1.6, 1070 Wien (Staircase behind the glass door in the main entrance, to the right of Café Daily – 3rd floor)
Artists: Julia Bugram, Samuel Linus Gromann, Koloman Kann, Lani Kotz and Orwa Saleh
Curation & Artistic Direction: Osama Zatar
Greetings: Oliver Löscher & Marlene Kalnein / EDUCULT
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We would like to thank the Kulturabteilung der Stadt Wien (MA7), Abteilung Stadtteilkultur und Interkulturalität for their financial support of this event!
The 2 G rule applies to participation in on-site events: attendees must be vaccinated or convalescent. Vaccinated persons must bring a vaccination certificate, persons who recovered from a COVID-19 infection must be able to show a medical confirmation or a certificate of segregation. In addition, proof of identity must be shown upon entry.
We must also point out that prevention measures are subject to change.
People who are ill, feel ill or are not sufficiently healthy are asked to refrain from the event for safety reasons.