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public events summer ’19 | campus magazine | course catalogs
You can find our current schedule of public events, as well as our campus magazine, here.
You can find a chronological listing of our events in the calendar (by clicking on the green “C” at right) under the header “Programme” or by clicking the images above.
The course catalogs can be found on individual program listings, und the header Study Information. These course catalogs are the basis both of planning the course of study, as well as of collecting the required credits for graduation.
Directing Graduates and Alumni: Premieres, Projects, Prizes
On stages in Mannheim, Kassel, Karlsruhe, Heidelberg, Freiburg, and many more – as well as in festivals such as OUTNOW! 2019 Theater Bremen; Baden-Württembergische Theatertage at the Theater Baden-Baden; 1. Baden-Württembergische Opernschultreffen in Stuttgart, and the Körber Studio Junge Regie 2019 in Hamburg.
Gender-Workshop || Edge 101 – Equity & Diversity for Gender Equality ||
Each of us can create at least one Change for Equality With Ebru Nihan Celkan, Turkish Author and Director (in english)
We are Die Vielen!
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»Studio DAHD« | start summer 2018
Baden-Württemberg STIPENDIUM for University Students
Exchange and collaboration with other international colleges is an essential aspect and a crucial objective of the course at the Akademie für Darstellende Kunst in Baden-Württemberg. ADK’s participation in the programme Baden-Württemberg STIPENDIUM for University Students, run by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung, recognises ADK’s open, international approach.
With a view to encouraging international exchange among especially qualified students, the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung awards two to three scholarships in every academic year to domestic and foreign students as part of a student exchange (incomings / outgoings) between the Akademie für Darstellende Kunst and our partner institutions abroad. The scholarship is paid for three to six months. Selection criteria include not only academic achievement but also social and intercultural skills. Students interested in applying should contact the International Office: email@example.com.
In 2017 / 18, for the first time, the Akademie für Darstellende Kunst obtained additional resources from the new regional development policy component of the Baden-Württemberg STIPENDIUM for University Students programme, which will be used for exchanges with countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP countries) and with the least developed countries (LDCs).
Madame Nielsen »Topographies of Paradise«
By and with Madame Nielsen
Première: Ingmar Bergman Festival 25/08/2018.
A performance in Swedish, German, Serbian, Catalan and Spanish
Madame Nielsen is an internationally acclaimed performance artist and writer, appearing over the years in various guises, including Claus Beck-Nielsen and the nameless human guinea pig in »Das Beckwerk« (»The Beck-work«). She defies fixed identities and categorisations, continuously asking the question: What is a human being?
Her novel »The Endless Summer« has been a major international success, translated into many languages, including Swedish (2016), English (2018) and German (March 2018).
About Madame Nielsen see ARD-›Druckfrisch-Beitrag‹, 26.03.18 from Denis Scheck here.
»Topographies of Paradise«, opening in the framework of the Bergman International Theatre Festival »Topographies of Paradise« or »Idyllic Landscapes« is a mitos21 initiated project, a unique collaboration among five European theatres: the Royal Dramatic Theatre (Dramaten); the Royal Danish Theatre, Denmark; the Teatre Lliure, the Catalonian National Theatre in Barcelona, Catalonia/Spain; the Academy of Performing Arts in Ludwigsburg, Germany; and the National Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia.
A European project initiated by mitos21 with the support of the Goethe Institute in Munich
Further Information: www.nielsen.re2010-12: Nielsen in Egypt: The New Muhammad Caricature Crisis – a parallel Historyof Egypt 2010-12 © Nielsen