The museum Angerlehner in Thalheim/Wels presents four new exciting art shows, starting on September 13.
You just have to be flexible these days. Due to rising numbers of Corona infections in Vienna, the Secession had to cancel their usual opening party of their new art exhibitions on short notice. But they have come up with an alternative idea: the exhibitions of Emily Wardill and Edi Hila will be opened under strict regulations. Visitors have to wear a face mask, the number of people will be restricted, and everybody is asked to give their contact details for tracing voluntarily.
The Liebenau Camp in the South of Graz was a camp where a lot of war crimes of the Nazi era have been committed. To remind of those dark times, a memorial plaque was erected and officially presented.
The Ars Electronica festival will be a bit different this year – of course due to COVID-19. Some events take part at the JKU campus in Linz, but the majority will be shown on the web. As participants mostly cannot travel to Austria, there will be contributions streamed from all over the world, from Antarctica to Israel to Hong Kong, and many more!
Have you ever been to Hong Kong? It’s definitely worth it! This special administrative region of China is so versatile and diverse; it’s hard to get an overview and plan your trip. We started by focusing on the best Hong Kong island has to offer – and that’s quite a lot! Whether it’s about food, culture, religion, old traditions, new architecture, or anything else – we found the most interesting places you have to visit.
We love biking! It’s the best way to get from A to B, and you don’t even have to wear a mask like on Vienna’s public transport! What would be a better way to discover the city?
Vienna is widely known as the city of music. But did you know that Beethoven would be celebrating his 250th birthday this year, that the Vienna Boy Choir have been performing only at the Viennese court until 1918, and why Vivaldi wasn’t lucky in Vienna?
You probably already noticed – this year, everyone and especially Vienna celebrates the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven. The composer has lived in Vienna almost its whole life, and that’s why there are a lot of events around his anniversary.