Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - News
»Es ist nicht dort, es ist da« Szenen von Eugène Ionesco. Regie: Christian von Treskow. Werkstattinszenierung Schauspiel 03, (Premiere 12/2017), © Philip Henze
Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - News
Furore 2018, Internationales Festival für junges Theater, © Philip Henze
Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - News
»Heimat«, Regie Lukas Maser, © Philip Henze
Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - News
Furore 2018, Internationales Festival für junges Theater, © Philip Henze

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  • Application

    This autumn the new application round starts for the winter semester 2019|20.
    Interested students can apply for the study programmes Acting, Directing and Dramaturgy.

    Find out more about the study programmes

  • 10th Anniversary of ADK

    In the summer 2018 the Academy of Performing Arts was celebrating its 10th anniversary with two major events – the symposium »Art.Culture.Sustainability« and the international festival »FURORE«– combining our commitment both to nourishing art and to promoting reflection on urgent matters of contemporary society.

     

    Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - 10th Anniversary of ADK
  • Eröffnung Studienjahr mit dem Zentrum für Politische Schönheit

    Campusinterne Veranstaltungen

    Eröffnungswoche 24.09. bis 28.09.2018 (campusintern)

    24.09. | 11 – 13 Uhr
    Festliche Eröffnung ADK und Filmakademie
    Begrüßung durch: Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Schweeger, Prof. Thomas Schadt, Prof. Andreas Hykade
    Eröffnungsgast: Jan Pinkava

    25. bis 28.09.2018
    Gibt es gar nichts zu sagen?
    Mediale Studierendenrevolte 2018 –
    Haltung zeigen. Eine Recherche.
    Workshop vom »Zentrum für Politische Schönheit«

    zur Veranstaltung

    Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - Eröffnungswoche Studienjahr mit dem Zentrum für Politische Schönheit (campusintern) ATHE3137
  • »HIDDEN HERITAGE«

    »Studio DAHD­­«  | start summer 2018

    Since the summer semester of 2018 ADK has been involved in a pilot project called Studio DAHD (Danube Artistic Heritage Development) as part of INTERREG’s »Danube Culture Platform«, bringing together six countries along the River Danube (Austria, Germany, Bulgaria, Serbia and Romania) through the good auspices of the OÖ Kulturquartier (AT), the Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts in Baden-Württemberg (D), the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture (BG), the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (SRB) and the Romanian Ministry of Culture (RO).

     

  • New Member in the Network ELIA

    Our cross-sector approach makes ADK an interesting partner for other countries. In summer 2018 the ADK became a new member in a new network: ELIA (European League of Institutes of the Arts), the third international network the ADK is part after already existing memberships becoming member in the networks mitos21 and E:UTSA.

    Learn more about the networks

  • Madame Nielsen »Topographies of Paradise«

    International Exchange

    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.re

     

    Akademie für Darstellende Kunst Baden-Württemberg - Madame Nielsen »Topographies of Paradise« © Nielsen
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