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 is 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

    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
  • 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
  • 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

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