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UNESCO - World Heritage
Dienstag, 26.7.2016, 07:00
By Decision 40 COM 17, the World Heritage Committee, decided to continue the work of its 40th session at UNESCO's Headquarters in the course of October 2016.
Therefore, please save the date for this meeting which will take place in Room II at UNESCO's Headquarters from 24 to 26 October 2016. More detailed information regarding this meeting will be available in due course.
Montag, 25.7.2016, 07:00
A World Heritage partners' event and panel discussion took place on the 15th of July in Istanbul sponsored by the Korean National Commission for UNESCO, on the occasion of the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee
The Partners' event, for the third consecutive year, provided a platform for discussing private sector partners' contributions to World Heritage conservation and promotion activities. It allowed private companies, foundations and institutional partners to ...
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 01:00
Istanbul, Turkey, 13 July—The World Heritage Committee has decided to remove Georgia's Historical Monuments of Mtskheta site from the List of World Heritage in Danger.
The Committee's decision reflects recognition of Georgia's efforts to improve the safeguarding and management of the site, which had been on the List of World Heritage in Danger since 2009. It had been put on the List in Danger due, notably, to the deterioration of its stone fabric and fresco paintings caused ...
Montag, 8.8.2016, 07:00
The UNESCO Dolomites Foundation is the first Italian organisation to sign up to the Google Trekker Loan Program, so from today it will be possible to enjoy the Dolomites online, anywhere from New York to Calcutta, on Google Maps Street View.
The result of the combined effort put in by volunteer mapping team from the Dolomites regional mountaineering clubs, the UNESCO Dolomites park authorities, the Alpine guides and the mountain rescue volunteers, using all their skills and knowledge and ...
Montag, 12.9.2016, 07:00
UNESCO Sites - Climate Change - Space Technology
The International Centre on Space Technologies for Natural and Cultural Heritage (HIST) under the auspices of UNESCO and the Huangshan City Administration, custodians of the World Mixed Heritage site and Global Geopark of Huangshan Mountains, will convene the 2nd Huangshan Dialogue in September 2016. The theme of the 2nd Huangshan Dialogue is "UNESCO Sites - Climate Change - Space Technology". 
The 2nd Dialogue builds on the ...
Donnerstag, 20.10.2016, 07:00
The Second Meeting of European World Heritage Associations is being organized by the Spanish Group of World Heritage Cities and the Segovia City Council, with the support of the Association des biens français de patrimoine mondial (ABFPM), the Associazione Beni Italiani Patrimonio Mondiale and the Nordic World Heritage Network. The meeting will be held in Segovia (Spain) on 20 and 21 October 2016.
The aim of the meeting is to bring together European World Heritage professionals to ...
Samstag, 16.7.2016, 01:30
Istanbul, Turkey, 15 July—The World Heritage Committee inscribed five new sites on the World Heritage List this afternoon. One of the new sites, a transboundary property, is located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, the others are in Greece, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
The new sites, in the order of their inscription, are:
Stećci – Medieval Tombstones Graveyards (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia) – This serial property combines 30 sites, ...
Freitag, 5.8.2016, 07:00
Just over one year ago, on 25 April 2015, Nepal was devastated by an earthquake and its subsequent aftershocks. This natural disaster heavily damaged Nepal's cultural and natural heritage, including 691 historic buildings in 16 districts, of which 131 fully collapsed. Rapid visual assessment showed that the monuments, institutions and sites within the World Heritage site of Kathmandu Valley were heavily affected.
Today, progress from ongoing partnership and hard work can be ...
Dienstag, 4.10.2016, 07:00
A Regional Course will take place in the Lake Ohrid region between 4 and 13 October 2016. This Course on Promoting People-Centred Approaches aims at providing heritage practitioners with the necessary tools to engaging communities in the conservation of natural and cultural heritage. The course is organized in the framework of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Ohrid region”.
Background
The course is ...
Freitag, 26.8.2016, 07:00
25 August – The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, has expressed her profound sympathy to the government and people of Myanmar after the devastating 6.8 magnitude earthquake that struck central Myanmar, including the ancient city of Bagan, causing loss of life and extensive damage to nearly 200 historic monuments and iconic pagodas.
"I wish to express my sincere sympathy following the powerful earthquake that struck Myanmar today,” said the Director-General. "The loss of ...
Dienstag, 9.8.2016, 07:00
The Director of the Centre met with the Minister for Culture, Arts and Civic Education of Gabon Ms. Paulette Mengue M'OWONO and her team to discuss collaboration on a number of topics including African Heritage and sustainable development, national World Heritage Committees and reinforcing national capacities and expertise towards more nominations from African countries. Gabon has currently only one mixed World Heritage site, the Ecosystem and Relict Cultural Landscape of ...
Montag, 18.7.2016, 05:30
Istanbul, Turkey, 17 July—The World Heritage Committee, meeting in Istanbul, Turkey from 10 to 17 July with Ambassador, Director General of Cultural Affairs and Promotion Abroad of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lale Ülker as its Chairperson has inscribed 21 sites on the World Heritage List. They include 12 cultural sites, six natural and three mixed sites. The World Heritage List now numbers 1052 sites in 165 countries.
The state of conservation of 155 sites was also examined ...
Sonntag, 17.7.2016, 20:30
Istanbul, Turkey, 17 July—The World Heritage Committee this morning inscribed four new sites on the World Heritage List: the transnational serial site of The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier, an Outstanding Contribution to the Modern Movement (Argentina, Belgium, France, Germany, India, Japan, Switzerland), along with sites in Antigua and Barbuda, Brazil and India. Today's inscription gives Angtigua and Barbuda their first World Heritage site.
The new sites, in their order ...
Freitag, 15.7.2016, 21:00
Istanbul, Turkey, 15 July—The World Heritage Committee, meeting for its 40th session since 10 July, this morning inscribed four new sites in China, India, Iran and Micronesia on the World Heritage List. Nan Madol: Ceremonial Centre of Eastern Micronesia in the Federated States of Micronesia was inscribed both on the World Heritage List and on the List of World Heritage in Danger.
The new sites, in the order of their inscription are:
Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art Cultural Landscape ...
Samstag, 16.7.2016, 07:00
Please be advised that the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee is suspended until further notice. Updates will be provided as new information becomes available.
Sonntag, 17.7.2016, 04:00
The 40th session of the World Heritage Committee will resume on Sunday 17 July at Istanbul Congress Center, with a Bureau meeting at 9 am, followed by the Plenary at 9.30 am. The agenda of tomorrow's meeting will be restricted to a limited number of items. The 40th session will end on Sunday evening after these items are examined.

Watch  Follow the Committee's live webcast
Dienstag, 23.8.2016, 07:00
© UNESCO/F. BandarinTimbuktu, Mali

UNESCO today welcomed the opening of the hearings of the case of Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague for alleged war crimes and the destruction of historical monuments and buildings of religious significance, including nine mausoleums and a mosque at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Timbuktu (Mali) in 2012.

This first trial at an international tribunal for the destruction of historic monuments and ...
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016, 07:00
Held once every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress brings together several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, business, and academia, with the goal of conserving the environment and harnessing the solutions nature offers to global challenges.
The Congress aims to improve how we manage our natural environment for human, social and economic development, but this cannot be achieved by conservationists alone. The IUCN Congress ...
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016, 19:30
Istanbul, Turkey, 13 July—The World Heritage Committee has added the Old Towns of Djennéthe List of World Heritage in Danger due to insecurity, which is affecting the area and preventing the implementation of protective measures for the Malian World Heritage site.
The Committee has expressed concern over the property, which is situated in an area affected by insecurity. This situation is preventing safeguarding measures from addressing issues that include the deterioration of ...
Dienstag, 30.8.2016, 07:00
UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, welcomed the establishment by the President of the United States, Mr. Barack Obama, of the largest nature reserve in the world, by expanding the marine reserve Papahānaumokuākea, in Hawaii (USA), listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2010.
"This decision is a powerful symbol of determination to protect the environment. It is a way to strengthen the resilience of societies threatened by climate change, to understand and protect the natural ...
Montag, 24.10.2016, 07:00
By Decision 40 COM 17, the World Heritage Committee, decided to continue the work of its 40th session at UNESCO's Headquarters in the course of October 2016.
Therefore, please save the date for this meeting which will take place in Room II at UNESCO's Headquarters from 24 to 26 October 2016. More detailed information regarding this meeting will be available in due course.
Samstag, 10.9.2016, 07:00
The Institute of Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University Kyoto, Japan is organizing the 11th International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage in Japan from 10 to 26 September 2016 under the UNESCO Chair Programme on Cultural Heritage and Risk Management, in cooperation with UNESCO, ICCROM, ICOMOS/ICORP.
Climate change is increasing the frequency of disasters caused by hydro-meteorological events such as heavy rainfall, flash ...
Mittwoch, 24.8.2016, 08:15
Paris, France – From 27-31 August 2016, managers from the 49 marine sites on UNESCO's World Heritage List will convene in the Galapagos Islands to explore solutions to some of the world's most pressing conservation challenges including climate adaptation strategies and market-based approaches to strengthen sustainable fisheries. Along with leading experts and ocean conservationists they will help chart a sustainable path forward for the world's most iconic marine protected ...
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 02:00
Istanbul, Turkey, 13 July — The World Heritage Committee has decided to add Uzbekistan's Historic Centre of Shakhrisyabz to the List of World Heritage in Danger due to the over-development of tourist infrastructure in the site.
The Committee expressed concern over the destruction of buildings in the centre of the World Heritage site's Medieval neighbourhoods and the construction of modern facilities including hotels and other buildings which have affected irreversible changes to ...
Mittwoch, 27.7.2016, 07:00
On Wednesday 20 July 2016, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities (MoTA) and the municipalities of Bethlehem and Battir organized an official ceremony to celebrate the inscription of the two World Heritage properties in Palestine: "The Birthplace of Jesus: Church of the Nativity and the Pilgrimage Route, Bethlehem” and "Palestine: Land of Olives and Vines – Cultural Landscape of Southern Jerusalem, Battir” on the prestigious World Heritage List.

The ceremony started at the MoTA ...
Mittwoch, 3.8.2016, 07:00
The Director of the World Heritage Centre and the Home and Cultural Affairs Secretary of Bhutan, Mr Sonam Topgay, launched a two year UNESCO – Japan Funds in Trust project for South Asian Cultural Landscape Initiatives on 3 August 2016 in Thimphu, Bhutan.
The launch took place at the successful conclusion of the Workshop for Cultural Landscape and Sustaining its Significance – Bhutan 2016  held in Paro and Thimphu, Bhutan, from 12 July to 3 August 2016. The workshop supported the ...
Montag, 18.7.2016, 05:20
Istanbul, Turkey 17 July—The World Heritage Committee, on the last afternoon of its 40th session which opened on 10 July, inscribed eight new sites on the List: one transnational site (in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan), and others in Canada, Chad, China, Iraq, Iran, Mexico and Sudan.
The newly inscribed natural sites are:
Hubei Shennongjia (China)—Located in Hubei Province, in central-eastern China, the site consists of two components: Shennongding/Badong to the west and Laojunshan ...
Samstag, 16.7.2016, 02:00
An event to discuss experiences around private sector support for World Heritage will take place during the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee.Best practices in partnerships with private sector companies and foundations will be shared, outlining their contribution to the protection of outstanding natural and cultural sites.
Montag, 11.7.2016, 06:05
Istanbul, 10 July - The 40th session of the World Heritage Committee opened today in Istanbul (Turkey) under the chairmanship of Lale Ülker, Ambassador, Director General of Cultural Affairs and Promotion Abroad of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The opening ceremony was an opportunity to stress that World Heritage, which is now, more than ever, the subject of numerous threats, must remain a vector of cohesion and dialogue at the international level.
The Deputy Prime Minister ...
Montag, 11.7.2016, 06:00
Istanbul, July 10 - The Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, today appointed Turkish musician Kudsi Ergüner, UNESCO Artist for Peace, at a ceremony held had the Congress Center in Istanbul (Turkey) following the opening ceremony of the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee, which ends on 20 July.
Kudsi Ergüner is named in recognition of his efforts to promote the universal values ​​of music, an essential instrument of dialogue between cultures, for his contribution to ...
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 19:30
Istanbul, Turkey, 14 July—The World Heritage Committee today placed the five World Heritage sites of Libya on the List of World Heritage in Danger because of damage caused by the conflict affecting the country and the threat of further damage it poses.
The five sites are: Archaeological Site of Cyrene, Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna, Archaeological Site of Sabratha, Rock-Art Sites of Tadrart Acacus and the Old Town of Ghadamès. The Committee noted the ...
Dienstag, 26.7.2016, 07:00
The World Heritage Centre has learned with great sadness of the recent passing of Luc Hoffmann, a pioneer in nature conservation whose impact touched all the corners of the globe.
An ornithologist, conservationist and philanthropist, Mr Hoffmann co-founded the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and helped establish the Ramsar Convention for the protection of Wetlands. He set up the Tour du Valat research centre in the Camargue area of France. In 2012, Mr Hoffmann's MAVA Foundation, along ...
Montag, 4.7.2016, 07:00
From 23-25 June 2016, UNESCO brought together site managers from natural and cultural heritage sites in Tanzania, which are recognized as World Heritage and/or Man and Biosphere Reserves (MAB), community representatives, private partners and national authorities for a workshop to raise capacities in planning and writing project proposals. A total of 35 participants gathered near Kilimanjaro World Heritage property for the three-day workshop entitled ‘Capacity Development in planning ...
Mittwoch, 3.8.2016, 07:00
Paris, 3 August- Sunken coral islands, floating rainforests, giant undersea volcanoes or even spires of rock resembling sunken cities: none of these sites can be inscribed on the World Heritage List because they are found in the High Seas, outside of any national jurisdiction. A report launched today by UNESCO's World Heritage Centre and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) explores the different ways the World Heritage Convention may one day apply to these wonders of ...
Donnerstag, 4.8.2016, 07:00
The Director of the World Heritage Centre, Dr.Mechtild Rössler, attended a ceremony on the occasion of the new inscriptions from India on the World Heritage List.  The ceremony was organized by the Wildlife Institute of India with the Indian authorities and representatives of the Archaeological Site of Nalanda Mahavihara (Nalanda University) at Nalanda, Bihar, and the mixed property of Khangchendzonga National Park located at the heart of the Himalayan range in northern ...
Eurozine Articles
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
The Place de la République in Paris has taken on a distinctive life of its own lately, driven not least by members of a generation with neither job nor housing security. Anthropologist Véronique Nahoum-Grappe presents her impressions of the Nuit debout movement.
Donnerstag, 18.8.2016
It is fair to say that what is called globalization used to be built on the unexamined premise that the whole planet will end up modernizing toward some convergent omega point called the Globe. This is no longer the case - observes Bruno Latour in a lecture given in May 2016 at Humboldt University, Berlin.
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
"Index" warns of increasing threats to reporters worldwide; "Polar" discusses the paradoxical appeal of truth in an age of post-truth politics; "Esprit" is up all night on the Place de la République; "Il Mulino" condemns the cruelty of contemporary European politics; "Soundings" assesses the prospects for European solidarity post-Brexit; "Czas kultury" goes cycling; "Revista Crítica" dances to a contemporary tune, whether digitally downloaded or live at a festival; and "Ord&Bild" talks to Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich.
Donnerstag, 23.6.2016
Whatever the result of the UK referendum, neither popular disaffection with mainstream political institutions, nor the sense among large sections of the electorate of being politically voiceless, is likely to subside. Nor will it, argues Kenan Malik, until the reasons for that disaffection are directly addressed.
Montag, 11.7.2016
Europe has abandoned norms of equality and social solidarity in favour of market freedoms, writes Michael Rustin. A founding editor of "Soundings" (UK), Rustin considers the damage, disruption and antagonism caused by the neoliberal doctrines that dominate life in the European Union, and whether such trends are reversible following the outcome of the UK referendum.
Freitag, 26.8.2016
One issue alone came to determine the result in the recent UK referendum: migration, not the economy, stupid - comments Judith Vidal-Hall in her account of a recent anthology exploring Britain's history as a place of refuge.
Montag, 1.8.2016
To retain his grip on power, Vladimir Putin now depends on exporting instability and escalating international tensions. In the face of which, Garry Kasparov warns against complacency. At the same time, he insists it's only a question of time before dramatic change comes to Russia itself. [Slovenian version added]
Freitag, 22.7.2016
Authors writing about the Anthropocene and the Chernobyl disaster alike tend to slip into millennial scales and metaphysics. Historian Kate Brown suggests getting down to the particulars: the dates, facts and fate of people most directly confronted with the new radioactive reality.
Freitag, 12.8.2016
The debate about migration in political and media discourse is dominated by issues of economics and culture, while only the ethical approach reveals the question of power, writes Phillip Cole. The left must on one hand understand anxieties people have about immigration, but on the other show courage in contesting beliefs based on untruths.
Dienstag, 5.7.2016
The Sochi winter Olympics are over but Russia's anti-gay laws remain. Tatiana Riabova and Oleg Riabov show how discourse in Russia brands "European sexual deviancy" a natural result of western democratic development; and Russia as the last bastion of "normalcy". [Swedish version added]
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Kunst & Kultur
Freitag, 22.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 22.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Mittwoch, 6.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 06.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Anna und die Wut, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
10:00 Was das Nashorn sah, als es auf die andere Seite des Zauns schaute, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 23.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 23.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Kinder Kreativ Werkstätte, kunstGarten
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Sonntag, 21.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 21.08.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 10. Grazer Töpfermarkt, Karmeliterplatz
Montag, 29.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 29.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 11.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:30 Knöpfe, Knöpfe, Knöpfe, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
15:00 Reisegeschichten, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
15:30 Aeneas - Ein Trojaner auf großer Reise, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Dienstag, 19.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 19.07.2016 :: Programm heute

08:00 Sommerwoche 2016, Verschiedene Orte
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Meine bunte FarbenWELT! - Ich mach sie, wie sie MIR gefällt!, atelier engelmayer
10:00 Keramkikurse für Kinder und Jugendliche in den Sommerferien., DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 9.8.2016
Musik - 09.08.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Keine Scheu vor der Moderne! - Liederabend, LKH Pfarrkirche Graz - Kirche Heiligster Erlöser
19:00 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Verein Sommerserenade
19:30 Heimliche Liebe, Reyhani - Haus für Orientteppiche
19:30 Kammermusik, Franziskanerkirche
Donnerstag, 28.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 28.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Mittwoch, 17.8.2016
Musik - 17.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Swing-Café, Postgarage
19:30 Michael Lagger Trio , Generalihof
20:00 Konstantin Wecker, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 25.8.2016
Musik - 25.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 14.07.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 20:00 Boeing, Boeing, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
21:00 National Ballet of Kosovo - Julieta pa Romeon, Theater im Palais
Freitag, 8.7.2016
Musik - 08.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 AIMS Meisterklasse - Gabriele Lechner, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
10:30 Sponsionen und Promotionen, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
12:00 styriarte-Lunchkonzerte 2016, Palais Attems
13:00 The Hell Foundation, Cafe ZAPO im Park (Hasnerplatz)
15:00 AIMS Meisterklasse - Gabriele Lechner, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
18:00 Ein Fest in Eggenberg, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
20:00 Beethoven 3 + 6, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Maschanzka , Die Brücke
20:00 Monika Martin, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 The Rumjacks (AUS), JUZ Explosiv
21:00 Summerjazz in da City 2016, Theatercafe
22:00 I love the 90's, p.p.c
Dienstag, 26.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 26.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
Musik - 24.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Gottesdienst mit AIMS, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
11:00 Bon Giorno Graz, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
11:00 Mozart pur, TAG theateragenda
19:30 Spirituals and American Sacred Music, Pfarrkirche Herz-Jesu
19:30 Viva Espana, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
20:00 Hans Söllner & Bayaman ' Sissdem, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 Sofya Iglitskaya (Moskau / Russland), Grazer Dom
20:00 Von Afrika in die Neue Welt, Helmut-List-Halle
Samstag, 23.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 23.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Boeing, Boeing, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Campiello - Eine Komödie zum Streiten und Lieben, Taggerhof-Hönigtal / Schloss - Spiele Reinthal Sommertheater
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Samstag, 27.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 27.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:30 MÄRCHEN & Jeu dramatique mit Irmi Horn, kunstGarten
15:00 n der Mäusewerkstatt - Wir sausen und brausen, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 9.8.2016
Führungen - 09.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 9.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 09.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater, Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater
20:00 Campiello - Eine Komödie zum Streiten und Lieben, Taggerhof-Hönigtal / Schloss - Spiele Reinthal Sommertheater
Donnerstag, 18.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 18.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Reisegeschichten, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Sonntag, 31.7.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 31.07.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Magic Brunch, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Maintenant ou Jamais, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
21:00 Final Season, Reininghausgründe
Dienstag, 5.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 05.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Campiello - Eine Komödie zum Streiten und Lieben, Taggerhof-Hönigtal / Schloss - Spiele Reinthal Sommertheater
20:00 Der Sturm, Burggarten
Montag, 18.7.2016
Musik - 18.07.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 AIMS Meisterklasse - Linda Watson, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
19:00 Französischer Kinderchor der Kathedrale St. Etienne, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
19:00 Schubert.SOAP, Helmut-List-Halle
19:30 AIMS Artists in Recital, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
20:00 Beatles - The Show, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
22:00 VÖLLIG LOSGELÖST, p.p.c
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 11.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Samstag, 13.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 13.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:15 FILMKUNST aus F/DK, kunstGarten
20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 12.7.2016
Musik - 12.07.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 styriarte-Lunchkonzerte 2016, Palais Attems
19:00 Mozart.SOAP, Helmut-List-Halle
19:30 Jazz, Dom im Berg
19:30 Sommerchor Münzgraben, Pfarre Münzgraben (Fatimakirche)
Mittwoch, 20.7.2016
Führungen - 20.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 NOSW 2016 - Uncurated - Streetart in Graz, Graz
15:00 NOSW Uncurated - Streetart in Graz, Citybeach Graz
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:30 Vollmondfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Mittwoch, 31.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 31.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Keramkikurse für Kinder und Jugendliche in den Sommerferien., DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Fabelhaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 20.8.2016
Führungen - 20.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
10:30 Stadtrundgang in italienischer Sprache, Hauptplatz
11:00 Das Kabinett des Malers - Terry Winters im Dialog mit der Natur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Kreativ Rundgang, Insel in der Mur
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:30 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
Donnerstag, 18.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 18.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 7.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 07.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Mittwoch, 17.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 17.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald, ATG-Hallenbad
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Moby Dick, Theater im Keller
20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
[ Premiere ] 20:30 Jarmuk - Ein Flüchtlingsmärchen, dramagraz
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
19:00 Selber singen - Grazer Sommerchor, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
19:00 Stammtisch der :freien galerie:, freie galerie (cafe erde)
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Digital , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 9.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 09.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
[ Eröffnung ] Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Jene Gebilde, kunstGarten
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Marlene Schaumberger , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Dienstag, 16.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 16.08.2016 :: Programm heute

13:00 Verlegung von Stolpersteinen , Verschiedene Orte
Dienstag, 2.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 02.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Pelat, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
19:30 Dois, Next Liberty
19:30 Mesa para 2, Sparkassenplatz
19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Limits, Opernhaus
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 11.08.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 20:00 Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald, ATG-Hallenbad
20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Montag, 11.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 11.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
KLL, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Donnerstag, 18.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 18.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
[ Eröffnung ] ekw14,90 , Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lichtfangerl, Galerie Centrum Graz
Lilli Hagg , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza 2, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Wanderausstellung LandLuft Baukulturgemeinde-Preis 2016, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Montag, 11.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 11.07.2016 :: Programm heute

25. Int. Bühnenwerkstatt & Tanztheaterfestival Graz, Graz
Mittwoch, 17.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 17.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
II_Rock_Is_Hell_Vinyl_Artwork_Ausstellung , RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lichtfangerl, Galerie Centrum Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza 2, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Wanderausstellung LandLuft Baukulturgemeinde-Preis 2016, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Dienstag, 23.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 23.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
20:30 Jarmuk - Ein Flüchtlingsmärchen, dramagraz
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 11.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Führungen - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Hinter den Kulissen - Die Werkstatt der Restauratoren, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Dienstag, 16.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 16.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 1. Grazer Lesebühne: Gewalt ist keine Lesung , Die Brücke
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 21.07.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Manuel Gorkiewicz, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Sonntag, 7.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 07.08.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 16.7.2016
Führungen - 16.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Kreativ Rundgang, Graz
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
Samstag, 16.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 16.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 In der Haut meiner Frau, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Boeing, Boeing, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
21:00 Cie. Tomas Danielis - Suits, Theater im Palais
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016
Musik - 21.07.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 styriarte-Lunchkonzerte 2016, Palais Attems
19:30 AIMS Orchesterkonzert - Musica Sanctissima, Basilika Mariatrost
20:00 Beethoven 9, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Der Glöckner von Notre Dame, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 Nuke 2016 Pre Party, Dom im Berg
20:00 The Koby Israelite Band feat. Annique, Mariahilferplatz
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
Mittwoch, 31.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 31.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Moby Dick, Theater im Keller
20:30 Jarmuk - Ein Flüchtlingsmärchen, dramagraz
Sonntag, 21.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 21.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 9.7.2016
Führungen - 09.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
Samstag, 13.8.2016
Musik - 13.08.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Metal on the Hill, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
16:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2016, Landhaushof
19:30 British, but not very, Energie Steiermark
19:30 Lieder und französische Chansons, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 Toene different_open air, RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
20:00 Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern, Mausoleum - Dompfarre Graz, St. Ägidius
20:00 YUKAH feat. Insingizi & Mamadou Diabate, Mariahilferplatz
22:00 Best of the 80s, Postgarage
22:00 Dirty South, p.p.c
22:00 Fresh'n Heavy Bass Klinik, p.p.c
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Offener Spielnachmittag, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Samstag, 20.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 20.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 In der Mäusewerkstatt - Schöner wohnen, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Sonntag, 21.8.2016
Musik - 21.08.2016 :: Programm heute

14:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
[ Eröffnung ] 15:00 Big Band der Polizeimusik Steiermark, Stadtparkpavillon
19:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
20:00 Elke Eckersdorfer (Wien), Grazer Dom
Sonntag, 31.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 31.07.2016 :: Programm heute

50 shades of green, Galerie Centrum Graz
77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Mittwoch, 17.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 17.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Fabelhaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Donnerstag, 4.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 04.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
11:00 Die gestiefelte Katze, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Reisegeschichten, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
17:00 Die gestiefelte Katze, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Dienstag, 12.7.2016
Führungen - 12.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 6.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 06.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Der Sturm, Burggarten
Montag, 8.8.2016
Musik - 08.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Verein Sommerserenade
19:00 Kroatischer Liederabend - Wir lernen kroatisch, Harmonikazentrum
19:30 Liederabend - Liebesgeschichten, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Mittwoch, 20.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 20.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 21.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 hutzi 2016 - VARIETÉ, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
Mittwoch, 27.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 27.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 14.07.2016 :: Programm heute

08:00 Bibongo - die Kinderstadt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 In Picture - Foto, Film & Stop-Motion im Sommer, fum Film und Medien Akademie
09:00 Meine bunte FarbenWELT! - Ich mach sie, wie sie MIR gefällt!, atelier engelmayer
10:00 Keramkikurse für Kinder und Jugendliche in den Sommerferien., DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 In Picture - Foto, Film & Stop-Motion im Sommer, fum Film und Medien Akademie
Samstag, 6.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 06.08.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 Pelat, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
18:00 La bourse ou la vie?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
19:00 Pelat, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
21:00 Transe Express, Freiheitsplatz
Montag, 11.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 11.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 7.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 07.07.2016 :: Programm heute

Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 01.09.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 10. Grazer Töpfermarkt, Karmeliterplatz
Samstag, 23.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 23.07.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Mare Nostrum, UCI, Kinowelt Annenhof
21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Führungen - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
21:30 Glanzlichter 2016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Montag, 15.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 15.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald, ATG-Hallenbad
Freitag, 8.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 08.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 5.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 05.08.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 ¿Quieres ser mi amigo?, Verschiedene Orte
17:00 Hear, Graz
17:00 ¿Quieres ser mi amigo?, Verschiedene Orte
19:00 Hear, Graz
19:00 ¿Quieres ser mi amigo?, Verschiedene Orte
19:30 Open Dance, Kaiserfeldgasse
[ Abgesagt! ] 20:00 Hutzi ' s Kochshow - das Cookoff, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Maintenant ou Jamais, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 13.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
KLL, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Marlene Schaumberger , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
schIMUNek, KiG! Kultur in Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Dienstag, 30.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 30.08.2016 :: Programm heute

17:00 III_Siebdruck_Werkstatt, RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
[ Eröffnung ] 19:00 Künstlerbund Graz Sommerfest, Galerie des Künstlerbundes Graz
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 11.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Anna Maria Jonny , Atelier 12
20:00 „Wer wir sind, wissen wir nicht” oder die Angst vor eigener Größe, ORF Park
Freitag, 5.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 05.08.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Jene Gebilde, kunstGarten
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Katharina Olschbaur, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
[ Vernissage ] Lichtfangerl, Galerie Centrum Graz
Lilli Hagg , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
schIMUNek, KiG! Kultur in Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza 2, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Eröffnung ] The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Mittwoch, 27.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 27.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:30 World Head & Neck Cancer Day , LKH-Univ.Klinikum Graz
10:00 Kritisches Schreiben, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
19:00 LokoMotive, freie galerie (cafe erde)
19:00 Selber singen - Grazer Sommerchor, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
19:00 Wesenszustand konserviert Juli 2016, Cafe TAGTRAUM
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 FILMKUNST aus F/D, kunstGarten
20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 27.8.2016
Musik - 27.08.2016 :: Programm heute

14:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
19:00 A Sunset Music, kunstGarten
19:00 Tanztheater & Musical, BORG Monsbergergasse
19:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
20:00 La Cumbestia & Faia Salamanda, Die Brücke
22:00 Dirty South, p.p.c
23:00 Good Vibes, Postgarage
Samstag, 23.7.2016
Führungen - 23.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bildungscampus Algersdorf, ARGE Mesnaritsch I Spannberger, Graz
10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Zur Sommerfrische in die Neue Galerie!, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
15:30 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
Mittwoch, 20.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 20.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Campiello - Eine Komödie zum Streiten und Lieben, Taggerhof-Hönigtal / Schloss - Spiele Reinthal Sommertheater
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Maintenant ou Jamais, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Führungen - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Graz LIVE! - Gesichter einer Stadt, Burghof
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016
Musik - 14.07.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 styriarte-Lunchkonzerte 2016, Palais Attems
18:30 Klassik, Minoritensaal
19:30 AIMS Eröffnungskonzert, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Aida, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 Appassionata, Helmut-List-Halle
21:00 Beatbox, Dom im Berg
21:00 Nights im Bunker Konzert, Performance, Forum Stadtpark
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
Freitag, 12.8.2016
Führungen - 12.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
21:00 Glanzlichter 2016, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Mittwoch, 24.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 24.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald, ATG-Hallenbad
20:00 Moby Dick, Theater im Keller
20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
20:30 Jarmuk - Ein Flüchtlingsmärchen, dramagraz
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 21.07.2016 :: Programm heute

5 + 1 = SEX, Galerie Centrum Graz
77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Katharina Olschbaur, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
schIMUNek, KiG! Kultur in Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
[ Eröffnung ] Stories from the Edge 2 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Eröffnung ] Stories from the Edge. Osmiza 2, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Sonntag, 7.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 07.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Anna Maria Jonny , Atelier 12
11:00 Barbara Frischmuth & Carlos Sungurlian (Oud), kunstGarten
Montag, 8.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 08.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Musik - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

Lake Festival 2016, Schwarzl Freizeitzentrum
13:00 AIMS Meisterklasse - Ulrich Eisenlohr, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
19:30 Broadway Showstoppers, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
20:00 Boris Bukowski , Die Brücke
20:00 Gitan Esprit feat. Zipflo Weinrich, Mariahilferplatz
20:00 Grazer Jodelstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
22:00 HEY YA! Die 00er Party, p.p.c
22:00 Soundportal LOUNGE , p.p.c
Sonntag, 10.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 10.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 23.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 23.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Jene Gebilde, kunstGarten
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Katharina Olschbaur, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Donnerstag, 7.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 07.07.2016 :: Programm heute

Alfred Resch , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Between the Eyes - Between the Lines, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Das gute alte West-Berlin, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Evalie Wagner, Schloßberg
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
KLL, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Margit Riezinger, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Marlene Schaumberger , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Meisterschulen, HTBL Ortweinschule
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch , Atelier Jungwirth
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
[ Vernissage ] RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
schIMUNek, KiG! Kultur in Graz
Schlangen, Kröten & Co - In unseren Gärten, aber wo?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Sublim, esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wirkungswechsel - Eine interaktive Wissenschaftsausstellung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
[ Eröffnung ] Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Sonntag, 14.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 14.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
10:30 Wer hat an der Uhr gedreht?, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
14:00 Das Geheimnis der Mumie, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Familienrundgang , Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Wundertiere entdecken: Aus den lodernden Flammen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Bibber, bibber und schwitz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Montag, 15.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 15.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Sonntag, 14.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 14.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Wanderausstellung LandLuft Baukulturgemeinde-Preis 2016, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 01.09.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Paul Pizzera, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016
Führungen - 21.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Die Grazer Burg, Burghof
18:00 Griesviertel Rundgang, Hotel Weitzer - Das Weitzer
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 24.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Familienrundgang , Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Wundertiere entdecken: In den Tiefen des Meeres, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Bibber, bibber und schwitz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Samstag, 16.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 16.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:30 MÄRCHEN mit Irmi Horn, kunstGarten
Sonntag, 17.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 17.07.2016 :: Programm heute

25. Int. Bühnenwerkstatt & Tanztheaterfestival Graz, Graz
11:00 Art Brunch im Bad #15: Elaine Wing-Ah Ho (HK/USA) / Valerie Wolf Gang (SLO), Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 In der Haut meiner Frau, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Limits, Opernhaus
Donnerstag, 18.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 18.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Küchengeschichten mit unheimlicher Tragikomik, ORF Steiermark
Mittwoch, 24.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 24.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 28.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 28.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 31.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 31.07.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 In der Haut meiner Frau, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 A No Man Show - An Evening with Andy Warhol, Next Liberty
Samstag, 6.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 06.08.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Jene Gebilde, kunstGarten
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Katharina Olschbaur, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Dienstag, 26.7.2016
Führungen - 26.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 15.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 15.08.2016 :: Programm heute

08:30 Wochenprogramm: FERIEN MIT FAUNA & FLORA - Wie unhöflich!, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Spielmontag im GrazMuseum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
13:30 Improvisation & Theater, BORG Monsbergergasse
15:30 Musik-Tanz-Theater-Werkstatt, BORG Monsbergergasse
Montag, 4.7.2016
Musik - 04.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Remember Rembrandt, kunstGarten
19:30 Stammtisch für Zither und andere Saiteninstrumente, Gasthaus - Unterm goldenen Dachl
20:00 Wilhelm Tell, Helmut-List-Halle
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 14.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:45 Ciné privé , kunstGarten
21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 12.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 12.07.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
21:00 Cie. BWST - Locus Corpus, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
21:00 Cie. Gervasi - conseQUENCE, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
Samstag, 30.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 30.07.2016 :: Programm heute

27. Styrian Open, Graz
Dienstag, 2.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 02.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Die kleine Hexe, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Die kleine Hexe, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 17.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 17.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Familienrundgang , Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Kinderkonzerte der Styriarte 2016, Palais Attems
17:30 Kinderkonzerte der Styriarte 2016, Palais Attems
Donnerstag, 28.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 28.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Kritisches Schreiben, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
15:00 Turn on the Radio, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
Sonntag, 21.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 21.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
[ Abgesagt! ] 11:00 Fitnessparcours im Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Dienstag, 9.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 09.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lichtfangerl, Galerie Centrum Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza 2, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:30 Knöpfe, Knöpfe, Knöpfe, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
15:00 Fabelhaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
16:15 MÄRCHEN & Jeu dramatique mit Irmi Horn, kunstGarten
Montag, 18.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 18.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Samstag, 27.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 27.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
15:00 III_Siebdruck_Werkstatt, RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Samstag, 6.8.2016
Musik - 06.08.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 Niesenberger Gartenkonzerte, Kulturzentrum Niesenbergergasse 16
16:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2016, Landhaushof
[ Premiere ] 19:00 Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Verein Sommerserenade
19:30 Liebesgeschichten - Liederabend, Odilien-Institut
20:00 hutzi 2016 - VARIETÉ, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Schloßberg Open Flair der Paldauer, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 Skolka - die Newcomer mit großer Zukunft !, Mariahilferplatz
22:00 Pension Fürstenfeld, p.p.c
22:00 Völlig losgelöst! - die extrabreite Soundportal-80er Party!, p.p.c
Montag, 18.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 18.07.2016 :: Programm heute

08:00 Sommerwoche 2016, Verschiedene Orte
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Kinderkonzerte der Styriarte 2016, Palais Attems
09:00 Meine bunte FarbenWELT! - Ich mach sie, wie sie MIR gefällt!, atelier engelmayer
10:00 Keramkikurse für Kinder und Jugendliche in den Sommerferien., DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Workshop im Apothekenmuseum, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
10:45 Kinderkonzerte der Styriarte 2016, Palais Attems
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Sonntag, 17.7.2016
Führungen - 17.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Sonntag, 17.7.2016
Musik - 17.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Gottesdienst mit AIMS, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
11:00 Auf Kur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloßpark Eggenberg
20:00 Beethoven pur, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Gregorian Chant, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
Mittwoch, 3.8.2016
Führungen - 03.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:00 Walk With Me, Reininghausgründe
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Sonntag, 21.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 21.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 Familienrundgang , Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Wundertiere entdecken: Aus den lodernden Flammen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Bibber, bibber und schwitz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016, 13:14
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Dienstag, 16.8.2016
Führungen - 16.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 6.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 06.08.2016 :: Programm heute

11:00 ¿Quieres ser mi amigo?, Verschiedene Orte
17:00 Hear, Graz
17:00 ¿Quieres ser mi amigo?, Verschiedene Orte
19:00 Hear, Graz
19:00 ¿Quieres ser mi amigo?, Verschiedene Orte
20:00 Maintenant ou Jamais, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
Dienstag, 16.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 16.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
17:00 III_Siebdruck_Werkstatt, RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Dienstag, 12.7.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 12.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Klaus Oppitz, G. Fleischhacker, Leo Lukas, Lilian Klebow, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Filmkunst aus F., kunstGarten
Sonntag, 10.7.2016
Musik - 10.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Gottesdienst mit AIMS, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
[ Eröffnung ] 11:00 AIMS Festliche Eröffnung, Universität Graz, Aula
11:00 So Wondrous Free, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 15.7.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 15.07.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] 18:00 Variete HUTZI - Eröffnungsshow, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 24.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Montag, 25.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 25.07.2016 :: Programm heute

15:00 Turn on the Radio, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
Montag, 1.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 01.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Maintenant ou Jamais, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
Freitag, 12.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 12.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Boeing, Boeing, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
21:00 ich : sucht : leben, Stadtparkpavillon
21:30 Erzähltheater, BORG Monsbergergasse
Dienstag, 9.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 09.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Events
Film & TV
Donnerstag, 25.8.2016, 02:00
Die fast perfekte Welt der Pauline, Komödie, Film, Philippe Rebbot, Carmen Maura, Isabelle Carré
Donnerstag, 25.8.2016, 02:00
Einen gewaltsamen Tod wie einen Unfall aussehen zu lassen, diese Kunst beherrscht niemand so gut wie Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham). Nach dem tragischen Verlust seines Mentors Harry McKenna hat sich der Elitekiller eigentlich zur Ruhe gesetzt.
Donnerstag, 7.7.2016, 02:00
Um wenigstens nachts ein wenig zur Ruhe zu kommen, beschließt die gestresste Awatef, ihre ehelichen Pflichten an eine Zweitfrau zu delegieren. Die frisch geschiedene Loubna stürzt sich in eine wilde Affäre mit einem verheirateten Mann.
Donnerstag, 7.7.2016, 02:00
Dokumentarfilm über die bis vor kurzem zensierten Stimmen israelischer Soldaten nach dem Sechs-Tage-Krieg 1967, die von der Kehrseite des Sieges erzählen.
Donnerstag, 25.8.2016, 02:00
Donnerstag, 25.8.2016, 02:00
The Shallows - Gefahr aus der Tiefe
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016, 02:00
Aus Königssohn Theo wird wohl nie ein großer Eroberer: Dafür ist er einfach zu klein und zu schwach.
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 02:00
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 02:00
Der Bauer Fatah lebt in einem kleinen algerischen Dorf. Sein ganzer Stolz ist die Kuh Jacqueline.
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016, 02:00
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 02:00
Helikoptermütter können eine echte Belastung sein, und Marnie (Susan Sarandon) gehört zu dieser Gattung. Ihre mittlerweile erwachsene Tochter Lori (Rose Byrne) hat längst die Konsequenz gezogen und ist von New Jersey nach Los Angeles abgehauen.
Donnerstag, 28.7.2016, 02:00
Die burleske Collage des Portugiesen Miguel Gomes verbindet den Protest gegen den parkurs der Regierung mit den Erzählungen der Scheherazade aus der persischen Märchensammlung „Tausendundeine Nacht“.
Donnerstag, 4.8.2016, 02:00
News -Kunst - Kultur
Dienstag, 19.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 19.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Campiello - Eine Komödie zum Streiten und Lieben, Taggerhof-Hönigtal / Schloss - Spiele Reinthal Sommertheater
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 In der Haut meiner Frau, Theater Spielensemble
19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
[ Premiere ] 20:00 Limits, Opernhaus
Mittwoch, 31.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 31.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 15.7.2016
Führungen - 15.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Dienstag, 30.8.2016
Musik - 30.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 5. Streich, Wirtschaftskammer Steiermark
Samstag, 16.7.2016
Führungen - 16.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Kreativ Rundgang, Graz
13:45 A Taste of Graz , Graz Tourismus Information
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
Freitag, 26.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 26.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Freitag, 12.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 12.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
19:00 III_Siebdruck_Werkstatt, RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Sonntag, 3.7.2016
Führungen - 03.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
16:00 Die Hölle der Lebenden, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016
Theater/Tanz - 01.09.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Moby Dick, Theater im Keller
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 13.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 In der Haut meiner Frau, Theater Spielensemble
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
21:00 National Ballet of Kosovo - Julieta pa Romeon, Theater im Palais
Mittwoch, 24.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 24.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Fabelhaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Dienstag, 12.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 12.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 31.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 31.07.2016 :: Programm heute

27. Styrian Open, Graz
Sonntag, 31.7.2016, 21:54
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Montag, 8.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 08.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Dienstag, 26.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 26.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 13.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Mur, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum im Palais (Palais Herberstein)
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
KLL, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Marlene Schaumberger , Galerie Atelier Saeli
Matt Keegan & Kay Rosen, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Michael Kienzer, artepari GmbH - gallery for contemporary art
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Resonanzen, Sphären und Axen, Reiterkaserne - Kunstuniversität Graz
schIMUNek, KiG! Kultur in Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Shirley Irons, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Samstag, 9.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 09.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Kinder Kreativ Werkstätte, kunstGarten
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater, Erstes Grazer Zaubertheater
Dienstag, 2.8.2016
Führungen - 02.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:00 Walk With Me, Reininghausgründe
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
21:30 Bizangos, Graz
Mittwoch, 24.8.2016
Führungen - 24.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Dienstag, 23.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 23.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 30.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 30.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Jarmuk - Ein Flüchtlingsmärchen, dramagraz
Montag, 11.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 11.07.2016 :: Programm heute

25. Int. Bühnenwerkstatt & Tanztheaterfestival Graz, Graz
Montag, 8.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 08.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Lichtfangerl, Galerie Centrum Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Freitag, 12.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 12.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Anna Maria Jonny , Atelier 12
Sonntag, 21.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 21.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 31.7.2016
Musik - 31.07.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Gottesdienst mit AIMS, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
11:00 Wandering Orquestra, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
11:00 Zygos Brass Band (FR), Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
13:00 Meistersinger Gesangswettbewerb, Odilien-Institut
17:00 Miss Dolly, Hauptplatz
17:00 Wandering Orquestra, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
19:00 Zygos Brass Band (FR), Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
19:30 Miss Dolly, Hauptplatz
20:00 Anna Mokrova (Lugansk / Ukraine), Grazer Dom
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 11.08.2016 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 20:00 Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald, ATG-Hallenbad
20:00 Quer durch den Garten, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Donnerstag, 14.7.2016
Musik - 14.07.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 styriarte-Lunchkonzerte 2016, Palais Attems
18:30 Klassik, Minoritensaal
19:30 AIMS Eröffnungskonzert, Grazer Congress, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Aida, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 Appassionata, Helmut-List-Halle
21:00 Beatbox, Dom im Berg
21:00 Nights im Bunker Konzert, Performance, Forum Stadtpark
21:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Gasthaus Huberwirt
Dienstag, 19.7.2016
Ausstellungen - 19.07.2016 :: Programm heute

77 sunsetstrip, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Dunkle Kapitel, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Hubert Schmalix, Artelier Contemporary
Industrial Design Show 2016 , designforum Steiermark
Internationale Textilkunst/ The Language of Textile, Steiermarkhof (eh.Bildungszentrum Raiffeisenhof)
Joachim Bauer, ORF Steiermark
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
KLL, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Moritz Mittelbach & Rainer Possert, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
TUTANCHAMUN - Pharao kommt nach Graz, Grazer Messe
VIVA LA LIBERTA , Reinisch Contemporary
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Dienstag, 9.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 09.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
Dienstag, 5.7.2016
Musik - 05.07.2016 :: Programm heute

12:00 styriarte-Lunchkonzerte 2016, Palais Attems
19:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Buschenschank Strommer
19:30 Sommerchor Münzgraben, Pfarre Münzgraben (Fatimakirche)
20:00 Interkultureller Musikstammtisch, Gasthof Gehringer
20:00 La femme, c'est moi, Seifenfabrik Veranstaltungszentrum
21:00 Musik die gefällt, Babenbergerhof
21:00 Summerjazz in da City 2016, Theatercafe
Samstag, 16.7.2016
Musik - 16.07.2016 :: Programm heute

16:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2016, Landhaushof
18:00 Auf der Alm, Österreichisches Freilichtmuseum Stübing
18:00 Gorilla Up Rock 1, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
22:00 PENSION FÜRSTENFELD, p.p.c
Mittwoch, 6.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 06.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 Der Sturm, Burggarten
Dienstag, 16.8.2016
Grenzenlos - 16.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Internationale Sommerakademie für Theater, Graz
17:00 III_Siebdruck_Werkstatt, RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Montag, 15.8.2016
Führungen - 15.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Musik - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Keine Scheu vor der Moderne! - Liederabend, Minoritensaal
19:30 Trio de Janeiro, Generalihof
20:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Cafè Morgans (vormals Susi Rust)
Dienstag, 26.7.2016
Musik - 26.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Ciao Bella Italia - Servus du schönes Wien, Pfarrkirche St. Leonhard
19:30 Sommerchor Münzgraben, Pfarre Münzgraben (Fatimakirche)
20:00 The Frank Sinatra Show, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
Montag, 4.7.2016
Führungen - 04.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 20.8.2016
Öffentlicher Raum - 20.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 10. Grazer Töpfermarkt, Karmeliterplatz
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 13.07.2016 :: Programm heute

18:30 Marcus Neustetter, Trinity Sessions , Institut für Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Steiermark
19:00 Martin Haidinger, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 24.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Tanzseminar für Paare, Bildungshaus Mariatrost
12:00 Rwandesisches Picknick 2016, Grazer Stadtpark
Freitag, 26.8.2016
Musik - 26.08.2016 :: Programm heute

18:00 Friday I´m in love with Love God Chaos, Kaiser-Josef-Platz (Markt)
19:30 GitanEsprit, Ragnitzbad
19:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
19:30 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Brauhaus Graz Eggenberg
20:00 Broadlahn, Die Brücke
20:00 Grazer Jodelstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
20:30 Hotel Rock'n'Roll, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
22:00 Cloud Nine, Postgarage
22:00 Garage, Parkhouse
22:00 HEY YA! Die 00er Party, p.p.c
22:00 Soundportal LOUNGE , p.p.c
Freitag, 29.7.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 29.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 hutzi 2016 - VARIETÉ, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
Donnerstag, 28.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 28.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Mittwoch, 6.7.2016
Führungen - 06.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:30 Lend is(s)t anders, Franziskanerkirche
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 25.7.2016
Theater/Tanz - 25.07.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 JOB SUEY oder KEIN DINNER FÜR SÜNDER, Hof der Hauptschule Ferdinandeum
Montag, 29.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 29.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 26.8.2016
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 26.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 hutzi 2016 - VARIETÉ, TTZ - Tanz & Theater Zentrum Graz
Dienstag, 23.8.2016
Musik - 23.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Ich war noch niemals in New York, Stadthalle Graz
19:30 Trilateral, Krankenhaus der Elisabethinen
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 21.07.2016 :: Programm heute

20:30 Filmkunst aus S , kunstGarten
21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Montag, 22.8.2016
Führungen - 22.08.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016
Grenzenlos - 01.09.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Phase IV: EN heißt Euronight - he lantern ceremony, Forum Stadtpark
Dienstag, 19.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 19.07.2016 :: Programm heute

08:00 Sommerwoche 2016, Verschiedene Orte
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Meine bunte FarbenWELT! - Ich mach sie, wie sie MIR gefällt!, atelier engelmayer
10:00 Keramkikurse für Kinder und Jugendliche in den Sommerferien., DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 4.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 04.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
11:00 Die gestiefelte Katze, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Reisegeschichten, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
17:00 Die gestiefelte Katze, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Dienstag, 19.7.2016
Grenzenlos - 19.07.2016 :: Programm heute

16:00 CREATING COMICS, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
Freitag, 5.8.2016
Musik - 05.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Learning to Fly, kunstGarten
19:30 1. Streich, Schloßberg, Uhrturmkasematten
19:30 Das Übernatürliche - Liederabend, Odilien-Institut
20:00 Bottlecap SWE Circle Creek AT The Nose AT, Bunker
20:00 Raphael Wressnig Soul Gift Band, Mariahilferplatz
20:00 Schloßberg Open Flair der Paldauer, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
22:00 Bassklinik, p.p.c
22:00 I love summer, p.p.c
23:00 Audiotherapie Sommersitzung Volume XVII, Postgarage
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 10.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Anna Maria Jonny , Atelier 12
Montag, 15.8.2016
Theater/Tanz - 15.08.2016 :: Programm heute

19:30 Steinbauer&Dobrowsky Theatersommer 2016, Graz
20:00 Geschichten aus dem Wiener Wald, ATG-Hallenbad
Freitag, 12.8.2016
Ausstellungen - 12.08.2016 :: Programm heute

Accrochage/Aggrochage, Galerie Patrick Ebensperger
Ansichtssache. Megaphon stellt aus, Zwischenbilder Ausstellungsbetrieb im Sozialamt der Stadt Graz
Aus der Sammlung. , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Aus der Sammlung. Bild, Realität und Forschung von 1960 bis 1980 , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Bernhard Wolf, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Bittersüße Transformation, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Darja Bajagić, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Die Welt im Spiel, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Doppelpass - Literatur : Fußball, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Forget - Me - Not, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
FORM FOLLOWS…, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2016, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Friedl Kubelka, Camera Austria
Georg Held - Shades of Green Impressionen, Galerie am Flughafen Graz
Gottfried Pengg-Auheim, Galerie Remixx
Harald Mairböck, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Himmlische Objekte, Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
[ Eröffnung ] II_Rock_Is_Hell_Vinyl_Artwork_Ausstellung , RHIZOM (Palais Attems)
Jene Gebilde, kunstGarten
Keren Cytter, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
knockin´ on heaven´s TOR. Fußball und Religion, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Lichtfangerl, Galerie Centrum Graz
Lilli Hagg , Uray & Klug Kunstgalerie
Lost Space? Feministische Graffiti. Straßenkunst von Frauen aus aller Welt, Frauengesundheitszentrum Graz
Loys Egg, Galerie Eugen Lendl (Palais Lengheimb)
Margherita Spiluttini, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
medienblock_richard_kriesche, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
meisterhaft und hoch aufragend - 125 Jahre Herz-Jesu-Kirche, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Petra Sterry, Akademie Graz
Rebekka Wagner , Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
RESCH, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
schIMUNek, KiG! Kultur in Graz
Sein und Schein , PSZ Plüddemanngasse - „KuBeg” (Kunst- und Begegnungsraum)
Severin Hirsch, AK Arbeiterkammer Steiermark
Stories from the Edge. Osmiza 2, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Terry Winter, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
The Death Wish of the Self-Realizer / Part 2, gottrekorder e.v.
Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
Wanderausstellung LandLuft Baukulturgemeinde-Preis 2016, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Wege durch die Zeit, Botanischer Garten
Weltenbummler - Neue Tiere und Pflanzen unter uns, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Women, Peace and Human Rights, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Sonntag, 31.7.2016
Führungen - 31.07.2016 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der audio-visuelle Stadtführer, Graz Tourismus Information
10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:00 Walk With Me, Reininghausgründe
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Cabriobusfahrt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
11:00 Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
14:30 Herz, Hirn und Muskelmasse - Der ideale Mann in der Kunst, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
15:30 Deine Wahrheit - meine Wahrheit im Zeughaus , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
21:30 Bizangos, Graz
Freitag, 19.8.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 19.08.2016 :: Programm heute

20:00 FILMKUNST aus F/D, kunstGarten
20:30 Leslie Open 2016 - Sommerkino , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 6.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 06.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
11:00 Die gestiefelte Katze, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:00 Von Pflanzen, Blättern und Kunstobjekten, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
15:00 Tieropfer. Töten in Kult und Religion, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Archäologiemuseum Schloss Eggenberg
17:00 Die gestiefelte Katze, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Märchenkarussell, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Donnerstag, 1.9.2016
Musik - 01.09.2016 :: Programm heute

19:00 Eric Wong, Mikko Savela, Sothiac , Club Wakuum
19:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Ferdls Gasthof
19:30 Ein Fest für Sergei Prokofjew, Helmut-List-Halle
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
Film/Neue Medien - 13.07.2016 :: Programm heute

21:00 Leslie Open 2016 - Kino & Fussball, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 27.8.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 27.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:30 MÄRCHEN & Jeu dramatique mit Irmi Horn, kunstGarten
15:00 n der Mäusewerkstatt - Wir sausen und brausen, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016
Kinder/Jugend - 13.07.2016 :: Programm heute

08:00 Bibongo - die Kinderstadt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
09:00 Die Tüftelgenies, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Die Tüftelmäuse , FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 In Picture - Foto, Film & Stop-Motion im Sommer, fum Film und Medien Akademie
09:00 Meine bunte FarbenWELT! - Ich mach sie, wie sie MIR gefällt!, atelier engelmayer
10:00 Keramkikurse für Kinder und Jugendliche in den Sommerferien., DA LOAM - Tonspielerei
10:00 Wundertiere 1 Horn und 100 Augen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
14:00 In Picture - Foto, Film & Stop-Motion im Sommer, fum Film und Medien Akademie
Montag, 15.8.2016
Musik - 15.08.2016 :: Programm heute

09:30 A. Bruckner Messe e-moll, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
20:00 Zwei Orgeln, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
Central Asia Trade
Archaeology
Montag, 29.8.2016, 21:54
Climatemaps visualizes the weather over the course of a year around the whole world. The map animates average global monthly climate data from 1961-1990 to show you when every location in the world has its hottest, driest or wettest weather.

You can select from a range of weather layers from the drop-down menu (including precipitation, cloud cover and average temperatures). You can then view



Montag, 29.8.2016, 17:39

A small* collection of links from the past little while. Projects A new Zooniverse project, Decoding the Civil War, launched in June: ‘Witness the United States Civil War by transcribing and deciphering messages and codes from the United States Military Telegraph’. Another Zooniverse project, Camera CATalogue: ‘Analyze Wildlife Photos to Help Panthera Protect Big Cats’. Articles … Continue reading Crowdsourcing in cultural heritage, science – recent updates


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Montag, 29.8.2016, 19:39
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Melting Russian permafrost exposes medieval bronze cup from Persia
    (details)

  • Early Mexican codex reveals second layer of images undernea
    (details)

  • Rare Etruscan inscription yields name of fertility goddess
    (details)

  • New team pieces together old work at Thule site in Nunavut
    (details)


Mittwoch, 3.8.2016, 10:29
Week 2 of the Wessex Archaeology/Breaking Ground Heritage/Defence Infrastructure Organisation investigation of the Perham Down WWI practice trenches was completed with some significant new discoveries. In particular, the excavations showed just how well-preserved this extensive trench system is, and the time and effort that had gone into its construction.
 
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Excavation on the front line of the ‘German’ defences, by Dickie and Richard, revealed an unexpectedly complex sequence of use, including a sap (trench used to advance into land to gain a military advantage) dug towards the British lines that would have provided ‘eyes and ears to the ground’ in no-man’s land. 

In an adjacent part of the front line the trenches had been left open and later used to dispose of military material after WWII – to which the farmer had then added unwanted agricultural debris. Despite this, Dave was able to define part of the fire-step, as well as the remains of probable WWI sand bags (filled with chalk) that survived around part of the trench.
 
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Back from the front line, excavations were completed on a pair of shelters, an aid post and an officers’ latrine. The trample layers (areas where people stood) indicated heavy use. The locations and functions of these features were conveniently indicated on a rare and detailed contemporary map of the system, and in all cases it was clear that these elements had been properly constructed. 
 
The shelters, with a communications trench running through them and a supply trench joining them from the west, contained chalk-cut benches providing seating on each side – as demonstrated here by Briony, Matt, Owen and Jayne. There were also the remains of timber posts that would have supported the roof and held the side revetting in place. In the bottom were two biscuit tins and a condensed milk tin – all empty!
 
The aid post had wider benches than the shelters, probably to hold stretchers, while in the corner there was evidence for a brazier (revealed Carlos and Janine), essential to keep the injured warm. The timber revetting didn’t survive, but postholes remained (as well as the voids left by the posts and stakes), along with part of the wire windlassing which held it all together.
 
The officers’ latrine turned out to be substantial, with a deep pit for urine at the end that was partly filled with small blocks of chalk, butchered animal bone and sand, which together would have provided appropriate material to form the soakaway. Congratulations to Kathy, Phil, Vicki and Nicola for getting to the bottom of this!
 
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Moving further back, the supply trench was designed to be a two-way ‘corridor’ to avoid collisions between soldiers moving to and from the front line. It had been dug to its full depth on the south side, but was relatively shallow to the north – perhaps one of the rare examples where for pragmatic reasons the system was not fully dug; it was also made straighter than indicated on the contemporary plan. Neil provides a good indication of its scale below.

Finally, the second line of ‘German’ defences was represented by a ‘crenelated’ trench and string of associated redoubts, both clearly visible on aerial photographs and by geophysical survey. Interestingly, Jason and Rog revealed evidence that recruit training involved this trench being converted from a defensive position to an attacking one, with a shallow trench being dug in the base along the east side, leaving a new fire-step to the west. 
 
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So, Friday saw the end of a warm, busy and exciting week – more geophysics, visits from Carenza Lewis and Phil Harding, Richard Broadhead demonstrating replica Vickers and Maxim machine-guns, the Iris drone team, Sean and his ‘cherrypicker’, and the appearance of several familiar and welcome faces – including a guest appearance from our Winno (Steve Winterton). 
 
Next week: Rob, Scotty and Matt – three men in a communications trench; a look at the finds; and some final thoughts – for the moment.
 
 
 
 

Samstag, 2.7.2016, 19:17

One of the most prominent mounds of dolmens in Adygeya, is located in at the Fars River, near the village of Novosvobodnaya.
Here in 1989 AD Rezepkin unearthed the most extraordinary and monumental megalithic complex, part of which in was uncovered in 1869 by N.L.Kamenev. The mound chosen to investigate was only 4.5 meters high with a diameter of 60 meters with a stone earthen embankment.
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016, 19:41
The Intercept has been investigating how every year the United States trains around 200,000 members of foreign police forces and armies around the world. Using data from diplomatic cables that were released by WikiLeaks the Intercept has examined where and how U.S. defense agencies, civilian agencies, armed forces colleges, defense training centers, military units, private companies, and NGOs



Donnerstag, 7.7.2016
A recent discovery of a Y-shaped wooden sledge at a megalithic site in Japan has lead a team of students from the Institute of Archaeology at London University's University College...
Dienstag, 28.6.2016, 15:52

The latest exciting research from Gail Higginbottom linked below: Connections - the relationships between Neolithic and Bronze Age Megalithic Astronomy in Britain. Standing Stone in Mull. 2.6m in height and 1.4m by 0.65m at the base. Aligned NW and SE, the sides are vertical and the top level.
Freitag, 22.7.2016
Located on the Salisbury Island, which lie 60km off the southern coast of Western Australia, are a series of caves, which contain Aboriginal artefacts and is patrolled by sharks. Besides...
Freitag, 15.7.2016, 17:57

Acoustics of the West Kennet Long Barrow by Steve Marshall, see the comments below for links to the published paper paper plus sound samples, spectrograms and other archaeoacoustic experiments. Long Barrow in Wiltshire. More than 100m long and 2.4m high, this is one of Britain's biggest chambered long barrows, and the 10m long interior chambers are open for viewing.
Mittwoch, 27.7.2016, 09:23

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After months of hard work, the Marine Antiquities Scheme (MAS) has been officially launched amongst the grandeur of the British Museum. The MAS encourages the voluntary recording of archaeological objects and sites found by marine users in England and Wales. Divers, fishermen, and other marine users who make a find can report their discovery through an app or an online record form. The find is then researched by Wessex Archaeology who sends the historical information back to the finder and also makes sure that relevant organisations, such as the Receiver of Wreck and national heritage bodies, are informed where necessary.
 
On Thursday 21st July, a whole range of marine users gathered at the Stevenson Lecture Theatre, at the British Museum to attend the launch of MAS. There were representatives from recreational dive clubs, museums, government, heritage organisations, fishing groups and archaeological associations, all keen to show their support for this scheme. The event was hosted by The Crown Estate who commissioned this initiative, and Wessex Archaeology brought along some examples of what marine users might find and report in the future. MAS is based on the British Museum’s Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) and both schemes will work together to help increase our knowledge of the UK’s rich and varied heritage.
 
British Museum Director, Hartwig Fischer, welcomed all the attendees to the event, while Phil Harding gave an inspirational talk about his past underwater discoveries. The afternoon’s official proceedings were concluded with a live demonstration of the MAS app by Matt Clear of The Crown Estate. For the rest of the afternoon there were excited discussions, over tea and cake, about the possibilities of this new scheme!
 
 
 
 

Montag, 29.8.2016, 18:25
One of the central themes of the Jason Bourne films is the idea that the CIA are pretty good at tracking everybody's movements (unless you are Jason Bourne). Of course most of us make it very easy for the CIA by sharing our every waking moment with the world anyway - on social media.

To prove this point the internet campaign for the new Jason Bourne film uses data from your Facebook and



Mittwoch, 27.7.2016, 20:04
After looking at average heights around the world earlier today it seems like a good idea to look at the average life expectancy of different countries across the globe. Unfortunately this 3DFx Widget - Life Expectancy map is as bad as Le Pais' average height map is good.

It's hardly ever a good idea to try and visualize data on a 3d globe with vertical towers. It is in fact a really bad idea



Freitag, 8.7.2016, 13:42
Datainterfaces has mapped over four million traffic violations in the city of Turin. Infrazioni allows you to visualize traffic violations in the city by date, time of day, day of the week, type of vehicle, type of violation and by location.

The map uses data from the city police from the beginning of 2011 to the end of 2015. By using and combining the filter controls in the map sidebar you



Freitag, 5.8.2016, 17:30
Nearly all major highways in Brazil have tolls. Many of these tolls are expensive and make driving a costly enterprise for the average Brazilian.

Qualp is a new service for Brazilian drivers which provides driving directions with the latest information on toll costs. Using the service drivers can not only get driving directions for a route but also find out how much the trip will cost.

After



Montag, 18.7.2016, 18:05
Dienstag, 9.8.2016, 16:00
Montag, 22.8.2016
Back in 1929, in caves just outside the Chinese capital of Beijing, an amazing discovery was made of a 500,000 year old skull, which was rapidly nicknamed Peking Man (the...
Montag, 18.7.2016, 20:25
Thirty percent of water used to irrigate U.S. agriculture comes from the High Plains Aquifer. Unfortunately much of the aquifer is in decline.

The High Plains Aquifer underlies eight U.S. states. National Geographic's A Vanishing Aquifer: What Happens When the Water Runs Out illustrates the situation of the aquifer under each of these states with an interactive map.

As you scroll through A



Dienstag, 16.8.2016, 18:09
The race is over and we can now announce the medal winners in the 2016 Olympic's mapping competition. So in reverse order:

The Bronze Medal

It has to be said that Fiasco Design went into this year's Olympics showing great form after their amazing showing at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Their custom made interactive map for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games uses the same pictorial map style that



Donnerstag, 23.6.2016, 19:09
Donnerstag, 7.7.2016, 20:27
Forget about indoor maps, aerial imagery from unmanned drones and routing for self-driving cars. The biggest trend in GIS right now is the wonderful world of Sports Visualization.

If you don't believe me take a look at this amazing 3d visualization of home runs scored at San Diego's Petco Park. The Petco Homers map uses a 3d model of the stadium to show where all the home runs in the 2015



Donnerstag, 4.8.2016, 17:33
Montag, 25.7.2016, 19:00
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Puerto Rican caves hold evidence of religious cultural exchange between Europeans and native Caribbean islanders
    (details)

  • Chinese archaeologists explore an extensive canal system at a UNESCO World Heritage Site
    (details)

  • A new and comprehensive tree-ring chronology may solve a century of Mesopotamian debate
    (details)

  • Shepherds in Egypt’s Western Desert changed burial customs and settlement patterns during a period of regional climate change
    (details)


Donnerstag, 11.8.2016, 18:13
Nearly 20% of Detroit properties are owned by speculators. You can explore these speculator owned properties on the PropertyPraxis interactive map.

All speculator owned land parcels are colored on the PropertyPraxis map. If you select one of the colored buildings on the map you can view details on the property's owner and view a Street View image of the building.

It is possible to refine the



Sonntag, 24.7.2016, 13:57
Portuguese newspaper Expresso has created a Google Map showcasing the street art of Portugal. The map features the work of graffiti and street artists from all over the country.

The Mapa Interativo da Street Art Nacional is a simple but effective map with some neat custom touches. It uses the Google Maps API styled map feature to create a gray-scale background map. Clustered custom map



Dienstag, 23.8.2016
In the hillsides of Lima's northern district of Los Olivos (Peru), a team of researchers, led by archaeologist Luis Angel Flores Blanco, uncovered skeletal remains bundled up in a funerary...
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
The grave of a couple believed to be from the Bronze Age Glazkov culture has been excavated in Siberia. "In the grave we found male and female skeletons, lying on...
Mittwoch, 10.8.2016, 22:30
If you've ever dreamed of becoming a property tycoon then you might want to practice your real-estate skills on Next.Land. Next.Land is a multiplayer city building game built on top of an interactive map of the real world.

The object of the game is to buy buildings, upgrade your properties and earn a fortune from your rental returns. The full game is scheduled for release in early 2007.



Montag, 8.8.2016, 15:02
Montag, 13.6.2016, 19:17
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • New finds in northwestern Alaska suggest a much earlier and broader metal trading network for the Thule culture
    (details)

  • High tech analysis of a mysterious Greek mechanism reveals its use
    (details)

  • A new DNA study of Australia’s oldest human remains overturns a controversial theory
    (details)

  • Excavating sites with satellites: new massive structure found at Petra
    (details)


Samstag, 23.7.2016
Prehistoric megaliths and tools discovered in Meghalaya's Ri-Bhoi district, in the northeastern India state of Assam, indicate that the Khasi tribe, one of the major tribes in the state, had...
Dienstag, 9.8.2016, 19:30
The Wall Street Journal has created three neat mapped visualizations of how the middle class in Philadelphia, Chicago and Baltimore have suffered at the expense of the super rich.

In The Carving Out of the Urban Middle Class the WSJ uses 3d choropleth maps to visualize the dominant income groups living in city neighborhoods in 1970, 1990 and 2014. By toggling through the dates on each of the



Montag, 11.7.2016, 19:26
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • 12,000 year old remains from Galilee may hint at the origins of shamanism
    (details)

  • A battlefield in South Carolina reveals evidence of a morale-boosting fight during the American Revolutionary War
    (details)

  • Archaeological experimentation indicates obsidian tools from the South Pacific may have been part of a tattoo toolkit
    (details)

  • Home improvement over the centuries at a 700-year old Brazilian village site challenges widely held notions about ancient housing
    (details)


Mittwoch, 29.6.2016, 21:32
High Resolution Vertical Aerial photography for England has been released as Open Data from the Environment Agency.

High Resolutions range from 50cm to 10cm...



Map and GIS News finding blog. With so many Maps and GIS sites online now it is hard to find the good from the not so good. This blog tries to cut the cream and provide you with the newest, fastest, cleanest and most user friendly maps that are available online. News has location and it is mapped.



Sonntag, 17.7.2016
100 kilometers west from Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, an expedition led by Elena Rova from Cà Foscari University of Venice and Iulon Gagoshidze from the Goergian National Museum Tbilisi...
Sonntag, 3.7.2016
The earliest evidence of domesticated rice has been found in China, and it's about 9,000 years old. Working with three researchers from the Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology...
Mittwoch, 27.7.2016, 13:10
El Pais has mapped out the average heights of men and women in countries around the world. The Average Height for Countries map reveals the average heights of 30 year old men and women across the globe. It also shows how much the average height of men and women has increased in each country over the last 100 years.

The map includes four different layers. which you can view by selecting the



Freitag, 8.7.2016, 18:20

From North to South, East to West there are so many places you could see on a trip to Israel. Here are some recommendations of amazing ancient sites to explore, and ideas of other attractions to visit.
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of more than 20 round buildings between 3 and 6 metres in diameter at the site of Ayios Tychonas-Klimonas in Limassol, the earliest known village...
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016, 20:00
Running Reality is an interactive map which has set itself the small task of plotting the rise and fall of countries and empires throughout the entire history of human civilization. Using Running Reality you can browse historical events on an online animated historical atlas.

Pick any date using the map timeline and you can explore any date in human history and view an interactive atlas of



Mittwoch, 22.6.2016, 15:58
Montag, 18.7.2016, 19:42
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • New aerial survey technique reveals surprisingly complex farming in prehistoric England
    (details)

  • Remains of traditional ornamented padlock found in seventh-century Japanese palace garden
    (details)

  • Skeleton from Teotihuacan area had elongated skull and mineral decorated teeth
    (details)

  • Cyprus construction work uncovers huge Roman mosaic depicting feats of Hercules
    (details)


Dienstag, 23.8.2016
A camping site dating back to 8500 BCE has been unearthed in Ladakh, in Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The newly discovered site indicates that humans were as interested...
Sonntag, 17.7.2016
A study of 44 people from the Middle East show that two populations invented farming independently, then spreading it to Europe, Africa, and Asia. The results were published on the...
Sonntag, 24.7.2016
Recently discovered multiple assemblages of Homo erectus footprints in northern Kenya provide unique opportunities to understand our ancient ancestors. Using novel analytical techniques, researchers have demonstrated that the footprints preserve...
Sonntag, 17.7.2016
Excavations at Must Farm, 50 kilometres north-west of Cambridge, have unearthed the earliest examples of superfine textiles ever found in Britain - among the most finely-made Bronze Age fabrics ever...
Samstag, 30.7.2016, 18:52
For some reason I've always imagined that there were a lot more streetcar lines in San Francisco. The good news is that there are actually more routes now than in 1960. However the present coverage is not a patch on the number of streetcar routes that existed in the city back in 1940.

Where the Streetcars Used to Go is a lovely interactive map which allows you to view the streetcar transit



Sonntag, 26.6.2016, 14:32
Montag, 25.7.2016, 20:11
Fifty years ago Charles Whitman killed 14 people and wounded 32 others at the University of Texas. The Texas Standard has interviewed nearly 100 survivors of the UT Tower Shooting, including professors, students and reporters. You can listen to the interviews and view archival newspaper reports & photos about the shooting on the Texas Standard's new Tower History website.

Out of the Blue: 50



Montag, 25.7.2016, 11:24

2974 Setting up at Blaise Castle Estate

Our enthusiastic Wessex West team, alongside our partners at the WEA (Workers’ Education Association), had a fantastic day at the Blaise Castle Estate Festival of Archaeology, organised by Bristol Museum. This was our Bristol office’s first foray into outreach events and they thoroughly enjoyed the experience – rumour has it they can’t wait for next year!
 
While the younger visitors got straight into being trainee archaeologists in our sandpit excavation, older children tried their hand at measured drawing and the tricky business of pottery reconstruction. There was plenty for the older generations too, with advice on spotting archaeology in aerial photos and understanding stratigraphy, as well as information provided by our displays and brochures. There were many other stalls and displays at the event, including living history from Wulfheodenas and the Ermine Street Guard
 

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The event sparked a lot of interest from members of the public in learning more about archaeology, and broader heritage themes, and the WEA was on hand to gather feedback on the types of courses they could develop to deliver just that kind of learning. 
 
The weather couldn’t have been better and the organisation of the whole event ran very smoothly. We are extremely grateful to the Bristol Museum volunteers for providing much-needed refreshments and snacks throughout the day, and we can categorically say ……………We’ll Be Back!
 

Freitag, 1.7.2016, 11:23

Anne Teather has written a very interesting paper about Neolithic rock art found in flint mines in Southern England. She argues that flint mines should be thought of as more than simple functional mining sites, that they were revered as monuments in their own right. Lots on the art at Cissbury and also Harrow Hill, Grimes Graves and many other locations. See the most recent comment on our page. Hillfort and Neolithic flint mines in West Sussex The largest hill fort in Sussex, the second largest in England and one of the largest in Britain and Europe overall, covering some 60 acres.
Samstag, 16.7.2016, 17:55
If you could tunnel straight through the Earth from Christchurch in New Zealand you would eventually emerge in A Coruña, Spain. If you started in Hong Kong you could conceivably burrow your way to La Quiaca in Argentina.

Because around 70% of the Earth's surface is covered by the sea there are not that many populated locations that have populated antipodes. Wikipedia has a useful list of



Freitag, 24.6.2016, 15:45
Donnerstag, 21.7.2016, 14:56
Over the past few weeks Wessex Archaeology, in collaboration with Operation Nightingale and Breaking Ground Heritage, has been carrying out a geophysical survey and then excavating WWI practice trenches on Perham Down, Hampshire.  
 
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The trenches, known as the ‘Bedlam Trenches’, replicated German trench systems in the Somme region, enabling soldiers to learn trench warfare tactics by practicing attacking the enemy lines, as well as learning how to construct trenches. 
 
Battalions that used the Bedlam Trenches included the Kings Royal Rifle Corps – now The Rifles (incidentally, significantly involved in Operation Nightingale), the 13th Essex Regiment, and the 16th and 17th Battalion Middlesex Regiment – the renowned ‘Footballers’ Battalion.
 
The work was commissioned by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), and the team has consisted of volunteers, veterans and some professional archaeologists. So far they have uncovered:
 
- part of a trench with a step that would have been used for firing at the enemy (fire step), and with evidence of a possible sap – a trench used to advance into land to gain a military advantage.
 
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- a First Aid post, with seating dug out of the chalk;
 
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- Officers’ latrines, the relatively shallow depth of which indicates that these were probably not long-drop toilets; 
 
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- a dugout (shelter) within which the surface which has clearly been trampled down by many pairs of boots, with some corrugated tin and lots of postholes which probably would have supported the revetting which secured the sides of the trench;
 
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- a communications trench;
 
- other support trenches.
 

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A number of finds have also been recovered, including blank ammunition, and screw pickets – used (instead of wooden stakes) to create barbed wire obstacles on No Man’s Land. We are looking forward to discovering more as the week progresses.
 
 
 

Sonntag, 28.8.2016
Using an innovative new bone collagen analysis technique, archaeologists from the Universities of York, Cambridge, and University College London have identified rare human bones dating to the Late Mesolithic era,...
Dienstag, 23.8.2016
Archaeologists from the Tübingen collaborative research center ResourceCultures have discovered an earthwork enclosure in southern Spain dating from the Bell Beaker period of 2,600 to 2,200 BCE. The complex of...
Samstag, 2.7.2016, 16:05
Mapzen and Thuderforest have both released new map styles built upon OpenStreetMap data.

Mapzen's new Walkabout map style is designed specifically with walkers and hikers in mind. It emphasizes walking paths, hiking trails and outdoor attractions. These walking related features are further enhanced on the map by highlighting them at all levels of zoom.

Important to the design is a set of new



Sonntag, 17.7.2016, 18:31
Mapping Gettysburg is an interactive map about the most decisive battle in the American Civil War. The map allows you to learn more about this important event in American history through eyewitness accounts, original photographs and views of the site as it is today.

At the heart of Mapping Gettysburg is a vintage map of the battlefield from the Library of Congress. This map of the 'Field of



Donnerstag, 4.8.2016, 15:22

Chambered Tomb in Anglesey. Built in three phases this chambered tomb is in close proximity to the A55, an aluminium works and partially restored with bricks! All traces of the covering mound have disappeared.
Montag, 1.8.2016, 19:21
Marine magnetic surveying has become a standard technique for mapping the location of ferrous material on the seabed. The aim of the project was to acquire a better understanding of magnetic data and thus develop our ability to interpret these data with increased confidence.
Freitag, 22.7.2016, 20:15
Niantic is an established leader in location based games and has already enjoyed popular success with their Ingress game. However the stratospheric success of Niantic's Pokemon Go means that the potential for location based augmented reality games is finally being more widely recognized. There is no doubt that the popularity of Pokemon Go means that there will soon be many imitators.

So - how



Montag, 4.7.2016, 20:28
The Global Immigration Map visualizes the flow of people moving around the world. It uses data from the U.N. Population Division to show which countries people are moving to and from around the world.

The map is visually noisy and could benefit from providing an option to turn off the animated flow of yellow dots (each dot represents 1,000 people). However the large blue and red circles over



Donnerstag, 23.6.2016, 19:18
Mittwoch, 24.8.2016, 09:13
Monday 15 August
In the morning I was given a tour around Wessex Archaeology where I discovered all the various departments to the place, I was surprised by the size of the company. It was interesting to learn about how the modern technology is used to help the people working here. For example, in the afternoon I spent time learning how images were made using GPR, photogrammetry and laser technology to 5 cm accuracy.  Roberta and I went around the Wessex car park mapping the place via its coordinates which later showed up on the computer in a professional format. Furthermore, I was made aware of 3D photography being used here in order to depict a realistic 3D image of what objects are seen as they would by the human eye. I really enjoyed learning about this in particular. 
 

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Tuesday 16 August
I started work on Tuesday in the Heritage department. I typed my post code into maps of different historical periods (in chronological order since the 18th century) to see how my area had changed over time in terms of its land use, which was very interesting as I hadn’t known it before. Using a programme I was able to see the historical structures or whereabouts of any area – each had a grade (1, 2 or 3) depending on their age or of their archaeological importance. Furthermore, I was taught that you could use satellites to help detect changes to the surface of the landscape, which could tell you if there was a possibility that something was lying underneath the ground. In the afternoon, I spent time in the Coastal & Marine department. Peta showed me around Unit 2, a place where all the diving equipment and finds are kept. I used 3D photography to recreate a mine detonator on a software programme, which came out really well! I learnt how the marine archaeologists do their work to help conserve the finds underwater, and do not actually bring up many of their finds because of disturbance or purposes of respect. Many of the finds they were studying were very interesting – including sunken U-boats from WW1.
 
Wednesday 17 August
First of all, on Wednesday morning, Andy gave me a quick debrief of the prehistoric history on all of the sites around Boscombe Down, where I was to be later visiting. When I got there, I was fascinated to see the team of archaeologists digging and cleaning various parts of the land which had been used by Iron Age peoples. Susan helped me to pick a place to dig.  It was a tree-throw hole which turned out to be a natural feature. Nevertheless, it was great to get out on site to see what an archaeological dig was really like up close. Later in the afternoon, I was back at Wessex, listening to a talk given to the volunteers by Lynn. It was very interesting! The section on the Bronze Age Capri Shield was particularly intriguing. 
 

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Thursday 18 August
On Thursday morning, I went to the Graphics department where Kitty showed me how to construct a drawing of some pieces of Roman pottery. Although I am not great at art, I was very surprised to see how well my drawings had come out after a long process that led it to be scanned onto the computer. I had to take measurements and do lots of drawings, to make sure it was to scale and that it looked professional. Later on, I was doing finds processing. I cleaned bits of pottery and bone that had come in from a site in Winchester. I was later shown some fossilised poo! How it had been preserved so well I do not know!
 
Friday 19 August
On my last day I spent the morning in the finds department again. Yet this time I was labelling the cleaned finds so that they could be referred to in future purposes. In addition, I was also taught how to store finds in boxes or cases so that they were protected; so that they didn’t decay or deteriorate in any way. Silica gel was put in there as well as the artefact so that no or very little moisture was trapped inside the container. Just before I was to leave, I got a chance to meet Phil Harding! Growing up watching Time Team, you can understand that he is a role model for me. To meet him was great, and he offered lots of useful advice on how to make a successful career, particularly on how to become an archaeologist.
 
By Edward Timperley
 
 

Dienstag, 23.8.2016
Archaeologists in Xinjiang (northwest China) discovered a Bronze Age stone mound that is probably the largest and best preserved of its kind. Wu Xinhua, the team's leading archaeologist, said that...
Dienstag, 19.7.2016, 14:50
Montag, 15.8.2016, 18:54
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Bison DNA and pollen provide two new ways to date Ice Age migration into the Americas
    (details)

  • Inscription links early Greek colony in the Black Sea to wars against Persia
    (details)

  • Unusual Bell Beaker earthwork enclosure site found in Spain
    (details)

  • Hawaiian coast reveals large petroglyphs in sandstone
    (details)


Montag, 25.7.2016, 16:23

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This year, Wessex Archaeology entered three teams for the Oxfam Trailwalker 2016 challenge – 100 km non-stop across the South Downs in under 30 hours – organised with the Queen’s Gurkha Signals to raise much-needed funds for both Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust. 
 
The teams were:
  • Wessex Primary (Matt Tooke, Chris Hirst, Lincoln Spencer and Jack Laverick);
  • Wessex Secondary (Alexandra Grassam, Gareth Chaffey, Si Cleggett and Phoebe Olsen); and
  • Wessex Tertiary (Dave Norcott, Andy Callen, Rachel Williams and Guillermo Santamaria).
The teams were supported by Chris Brayne, Garreth Davey, Vi Pieterson, Paul Baggaley, Phil Weston, Lisa McCaig, Jo Lathan and Andy Crockett.
 

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It was a very hot weekend, which makes any sort of endurance test particularly difficult. Team Primary, first out at 7am, had to face some of the hardest stretches of the course in the hottest weather. As the gruelling conditions took their toll, Matt and then Lincoln had to withdraw through injury, but it is a testament to Chris and Jack that despite their own discomfort they then joined with, and supported Team Secondary up to Checkpoint 8. By that point both had gone so far through the pain barrier that they also had to withdraw; this was along with Alex who was walking on pure adrenaline, but who knew that to continue might prevent Team Secondary from finishing within the required 30 hours.
 
However, we are absolutely delighted to report that Dave Norcott, Andy Callen, Rachel Williams and Guillermo Santamaria (Team Tertiary) completed Trailwalker 2016 in an excellent time of 27 hours 11 minutes, and Gareth Chaffey, Si Cleggett and Phoebe Olsen (Team Secondary) completed in 29 hours 30 minutes.
 
We are so very proud of each and every one of our Trailwalkers, and they can all, likewise, take great pride in their achievements, their team spirit and their grit and determination – not least because, through their friends, family and colleagues, and our business partners, the sponsorship total stands at just under £5k.
 
 

Montag, 20.6.2016, 18:41
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Cherokee farmstead reveals life at the time of colonial expansion
    (details)

  • Pollen from poop provides new details on medieval plant eating
    (details)

  • Bog butter find renews interest in the ancient delicacy
    (details)

  • Caves used as livestock pens by Copper Age communities in northwestern Spain
    (details)


Samstag, 9.7.2016, 18:57
The problem with the weather is it is always too hot, too cold, too wet or too dry. The solution of course is to adopt a nomadic lifestyle and to migrate around the world using global weather data. To help you plan your annual migratory pattern Perpetual 72 shows you where in the world you can expect a perfect 72 degrees for every month of the year.

Of course 72 degrees Fahrenheit might not be



Montag, 15.8.2016, 17:25

Archaeological discoveries in Galilee over the summer tell a story that differs from the standard description of the devastation in the country following the Great Revolt of the Jews against the Romans. See the most recent comments on our page for more.. Tzippori is located in the central Galilee region, 6km north-northwest of Nazareth, in modern-day Israel. The site holds a rich and diverse historical and architectural legacy that includes Assyrian, Hellenistic, Judean, Babylonian, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic, Crusader, Arabic and Ottoman influences.
Dienstag, 23.8.2016, 21:34
Texas Triangle Tragedies maps the number of fatal accidents in Texas from 2005 to 2014. The map picks out what it calls the 'Texas Triangle', an area outlined by I-35, I-45 and I-10, which has a high concentration of traffic accidents.

I like the consistent design on the interactive map in this report. The aesthetic of highway signs is used for the timeline, legend and for the information



Mittwoch, 6.7.2016, 16:22
Samstag, 6.8.2016, 18:30
Would you jump out of a plane at 25,000 feet without a parachute? Luke Atkins did. Last week Luke jumped from a plane over Sim Valley in California and, without the aid of a parachute, he free-fell 25,000 into a 100-by-100-foot safety net.

If you want to get a sense of what a free-fall from 25,000 feet is actually like, without putting yourself at serious risk of death, then you can try Darren



Dienstag, 23.8.2016
The intriguing find of the remains of a 'noblewoman' from the ancient Okunev Culture was made at the Itkol II burial site, in the Shira district of the Republic of...
Dienstag, 16.8.2016, 10:22

Excavations at Kınık Mound in the Central Anatolian province of Niğde unearth a 2,500-year-old temple from the Persian era. . Ancient Settlement in Nigde Province, Turkey. The citadel of the site is an approx. 20 m high mound, 180m in diameter, rising on a roughly square terrace, which is 300m wide.
Montag, 25.7.2016, 12:24

2974 Setting up at Blaise Castle Estate

Our enthusiastic Wessex West team, alongside our partners at the WEA (Workers’ Education Association), had a fantastic day at the Blaise Castle Estate Festival of Archaeology, organised by Bristol Museum. This was our Bristol office’s first foray into outreach events and they thoroughly enjoyed the experience – rumour has it they can’t wait for next year!
 
While the younger visitors got straight into being trainee archaeologists in our sandpit excavation, older children tried their hand at measured drawing and the tricky business of pottery reconstruction. There was plenty for the older generations too, with advice on spotting archaeology in aerial photos and understanding stratigraphy, as well as information provided by our displays and brochures. There were many other stalls and displays at the event, including living history from Wulfheodenas and the Ermine Street Guard
 

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The event sparked a lot of interest from members of the public in learning more about archaeology, and broader heritage themes, and the WEA was on hand to gather feedback on the types of courses they could develop to deliver just that kind of learning. 
 
The weather couldn’t have been better and the organisation of the whole event ran very smoothly. We are extremely grateful to the Bristol Museum volunteers for providing much-needed refreshments and snacks throughout the day, and we can categorically say ……………We’ll Be Back!
 

Donnerstag, 25.8.2016, 18:16
A great movement to re-segregate schools is underway. Across the United States wealthy communities are gerrymandering school districts to ensure that their children will not have to mix with the children of poorer families.

The Supreme Court case of Milliken v. Bradley in 1974 ruled that desegregation could not be ordered across school district lines. At the same time as rich neighborhoods are



Donnerstag, 4.8.2016, 09:51

ACE Funding Award for SW Regional Archaeological Archives Project

For some years archaeological contractors and museums have been facing the problem of the lack of storage space for archaeological archives, and in many parts of the country the situation has reached a crisis point. Wessex Archaeology, as a leading contractor, is keen to find a way forward and is looking for solutions to the problem. 

So in January 2016, we hosted a meeting in our Bristol office which brought together other archaeological contractors, museum curators and development control officers from across the South-West, to discuss the issues surrounding archive deposition. The meeting led to the submission of a bid, to Arts Council England, for funding for a project to develop a sustainable solution to the management, accessibility and long-term preservation of archives in the South-West.

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We are delighted to report that this week we received confirmation that the bid has been successful, and the project will start imminently. It will be led by the Wiltshire Museum in Devizes, and Wessex Archaeology will continue to contribute.
 
 
 

Dienstag, 19.7.2016, 15:07
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Dienstag, 2.8.2016, 19:04
It is probably impossible to accurately describe the despair of life in a refugee camp. However, with the emergence of dangerous politicians in the west who are willing to exploit concerns about immigration, it is becoming more and more important that journalists do try to communicate what life is like for those trying to flee country's ravaged by war and terrorism.

This American Life and



Montag, 1.8.2016, 18:53
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ivory tool shows how ice age people made rope
    (details)

  • Spanish colonial fort found on South Carolina coast
    (details)

  • Statue found in Israel shows ancient Egyptian political connection
    (details)

  • Boats and language suggest diffusion from Polynesians to California coast tribe
    (details)


Samstag, 16.7.2016
800,000 years ago, a small hunting party enclosed on a herd of antelope, leaving only behind their footprints. These were recently discovered by anthropologists and determined to be 'multiple' individuals...
Mittwoch, 20.7.2016, 10:06

A quick signal boost for the collaborative notes taken at the DH2016 Expert Workshop: Beyond The Basics: What Next For Crowdsourcing? (held in Kraków, Poland, on 12 July as part of the Digital Humanities 2016 conference, abstract below). We’d emphasised the need to document the unconference-style sessions (see FAQ) so that future projects could benefit … Continue reading Crowdsourcing workshop at DH2016 – session overview


The post Crowdsourcing workshop at DH2016 – session overview appeared first on Open Objects.


Montag, 8.8.2016, 13:30
Last week Maps Mania posted a few examples of Mapbox Story Maps. Those examples all use Mapbox to display locations in a scroll-driven narrative. You can also use Leaflet.js to create scroll-driven story maps.

Jack Dougherty's leaflet-storymap is a great template to use for creating scroll-driven story maps with Leaflet.js. Jack's leaflet-storymap is an easy to use template for creating a



Mittwoch, 6.7.2016, 09:10
I haven’t written one of these in ages. Times are busy as the diving season is getting well underway. Here’s some of what I’ve been up to.
 
I have spent the past few weeks recording, identifying and reporting on finds that have been reported through the Marine Aggregate Industry Protocol. The finds range from leather to wood, ceramics and various metalwork such as forks and ordnance. This variety has been a huge help to extending my ability to record and report on finds and understanding what conservation different finds need; but mostly it has vastly improved my object identification.
 
Other than this, I am still working on preparing several museum transfers for later in the year. This has involved liaising with the museum staff and those within the Wessex office. Being given the responsibility to arrange all of this myself, with no one looking over my shoulder has been a greatly appreciated responsibility. 
 
Also on a related note, the display case in the reception of our Salisbury office needed updating, so I spent a day putting together my first display cabine t showing off finds from the Coastal & Marine department. Using materials received from the Marine Aggregate Industry Protocol, the display was designed around showing the variety of objects and material types that we work with in the marine sector. The cabinet now contains: munitions (decommissioned!), past and present; objects of war; aircraft wreckage; prehistoric remains and a whole host of ships’ fixtures and fittings from throughout the ages. Creating this exhibition was an excellent insight into the mental process of piecing a display together, not only for visual effect but to make the display make sense to those who are viewing it. 
 
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I have also now added ‘surface supply tender’ to my list of skills. This required me to look after the umbilical providing air to the diver below, making sure they didn’t have too much so the umbilical got tangled or not enough and they couldn’t move along the seabed.  It took a few goes to get the coiling of the umbilical right and I was the butt of a few jokes about pulling divers around, but all went well and the additional experience will no doubt help when it comes to hopefully completing the course myself.
 
Another task keeping me busy is working on the preliminary research for a wreck that we are diving later in the summer. Using books and the internet for research is nothing new, but being in contact with the Receiver of Wreck and historic environment agencies is a new one for me. I’ve also had to learn to write reports in the style expected by Wessex Archaeology and its clients and I have found that this has had a big effect on my writing abilities.
 

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One final thing, since I am here on an internship (although hoping for more!). It’s great to see the numbers of volunteers around the building, mostly helping out in the finds room. But there are also school students that come and spend some time at Wessex. The latest work experience student, Ethan, is just about to start his final year of school. It is great that these guys and myself are given such an opportunity to learn about all the different departments and experience the work going on within the company. Wessex Archaeology should be commended for its role in supporting the younger generations in the industry. Plus, it’s always a bonus when you find out how much they enjoyed what we are doing.
 
As you can see, it’s getting busy and I am lucky enough to be involved in this line of work and experiencing the diverse roles of a maritime archaeologist.
 
 
 
 

Montag, 27.6.2016, 18:33
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • A Catalonian cave holds artifacts dating to a million years ago
    (details)

  • Archaeologists find a shrine and mosque devoted to a 16th-century sultan in Hungary
    (details)

  • Archaeologists believe a new site found prior to highway construction is nearly the oldest in New Brunswick
    (details)

  • Archaeologists return to Iraqi Kurdistan and make new discoveries in the origins of Middle Eastern cities
    (details)


Mittwoch, 6.7.2016
Researchers from the University of Oxford have revealed that the genetic ancestries of many of sub-Saharan Africa's populations are the result of historical DNA mixing events within the last 4000...
Samstag, 23.7.2016
Skin normally decays, leading to a lack of evidence of tattooing in ancient peoples. Some researchers have looked for the tools which might have been used, yet many are assumed...
Dienstag, 9.8.2016, 23:59
Lots of new underwater Street View is available on Google Maps off the coast of Indonesia. The new panoramic imagery allows you to take a virtual scuba dive and swim with the fish, turtles and other marine life in Indonesia's seas.

Google's underwater panoramic imagery can be a little hard to find on Google Maps so the best way to explore the new imagery is on the dedicated Street View -



Mittwoch, 10.8.2016, 14:07

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From 22 to 30 July 2016, Wessex Archaeology’s Coastal & Marine staff were based in Weymouth undertaking fieldwork for our client, Historic England. In the safe hands of skipper Richard Bright-Paul, Chairman of The Shipwreck Project, on-board their vessel Wey Chieftain IV, Wessex divers sought to document the remains of two wreck sites.
 
The first of these, tentatively identified as the Alexander, is located in roughly 22 m of water off Chesil Beach, about a 1-hour steam west of Weymouth around the Portland Bill. The Alexander was built in 1803 in India and, while on route from India to London in March 1815, became stranded on Chesil Beach during a harsh gale. The Shipwreck Project had previously recorded mortar balls and a tusk from the vicinity of the site and knew of the location of four cannon and an anchor.
 

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Divers breathing Nitrox (EAN32) used a diver tracking system to position each cannon using GIS. They also took measurements of key features of the cannon, such as the diameter of the muzzle and breech, length from muzzle to breech, details of the cascabel and any evidence of trunnions and reinforcing rings. These measurements are the best way to identify the size of the cannon and possibly the vessel to which they belonged. Due to the short slack time between tides, a drop-down camera was also deployed to gain more ‘dive’ time on site.
 
The second wreck site, dubbed the ‘Fog Wreck’ by The Shipwreck Project, at approximately 28 m depth, is located an hour east of Weymouth past the spectacular coast featuring Durdle Door. This wreck site includes two large cannon and two smaller signal cannon, as well as a possibly associated anchor. The recording methods for these cannon were the same – although tides in this location only allowed for a 20-minute window of diving during slack water.
 

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While working on this site we were visited by Historic England’s Data Team Maritime Officer, Hefin Meara, who provided topside support, and also Jane Maddocks, the Underwater Heritage Advisor for BSAC, who joined Wessex Archaeology’s divers in recording a cannon. On the final day of work – The Shipwreck Project divers Richard and Sue were also able to join Wessex Archaeology divers on the site while The Shipwreck Project founder, Grahame Knott, took over skippering.
 
Between 5am sunrise starts to catch the slack water and motoring out of harbour through the middle of the film set for Hollywood blockbuster, ‘Dunkirk’, Weymouth proved to be putting on its best summer holiday season weather. Luckily the dive team could escape underwater to avoid the crowds!
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 7.7.2016
The Gobi desert is a vast area of 1,295,000 square kilometres, spread across northern China and Mongolia. It is an inhospitable, barren area, home only to hardy nomadic tribes who...
Donnerstag, 11.8.2016, 09:07

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Two weeks ago Wessex Archaeology (Scotland) ventured out to the Isle of Skye for a two-day training session on deploying GPS survey in remote locations. Many of the places we work in are remote, coastal or offshore, and resources like mobile signals and especially mobile internet cannot be relied upon. Modern survey-grade GPS systems require a mobile internet signal to produce high-precision positions in real-time. 
 

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In preparation for this, Damien, our Geomatics Officer from Salisbury, introduced the team – in a local park in Edinburgh – to the functionality and use of the Leica GNSS/GPS system for post-processed kinematic surveying. When the team felt up to the task at hand, they headed off to the south of Skye to put their training into action! Apart from GPS points, they encountered some very beautiful coastal scenery, lots of midges and some very inquisitive Shetland ponies! 
 
Back at the office the GPS the points were processed and mapped out. Despite the challenges of working off-grid, the mixture of topographic, geomorphological and archaeological survey produced very high-precision results. Overall a very successful training session!
 
 
 

Dienstag, 23.8.2016, 12:54
Many people knowingly share their location with Google, Facebook, Twitter, Pokemon Go and countless other apps. However there are probably just as many people who are unaware that they are sharing their location on-line, either because they have forgotten that they agreed to it, or they were unaware what they agreed to when they blindly ticked to accept an app's terms and conditions.

There are



Donnerstag, 14.7.2016, 15:01
Montag, 11.7.2016, 17:54

Walk: Sheffield's Prehistoric past, Sunday 17th July, visiting Bronze Age settlements and funerary monuments at Toad's Mouth and Winyard's Nick, and also the enigmatic Carl Wark fortified outcrop. Toad's Mouth Rock, an aptly named boulder located at Burbage Bridge on the A6187 and close to the Sheffield/Derbyshire boundary.
Freitag, 8.7.2016, 11:16

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Our Geoservices department are delighted to welcome the newest member of our Terrestrial Geophysics team, Rok Plesničar, who joins us all the way from Kanal in Slovenia. Rok studied at the University of Ljubljana, obtaining a Master’s degree in archaeology in 2011. He first experienced geophysics while undertaking fieldwork in Greece as a student, and has since undertaken surveys throughout Europe. 
 
Following graduation, Rok became a member of the ‘Radio-Past: Radiography of the Past’ project, involving him with geophysical projects across Germany, Portugal and Greece. He has also worked at a researcher in the University of Ljubljana archaeology department, and as a freelance archaeologist on a wide variety of different projects. As you might imagine, Rok has acquired an enviable range of skills from his experiences! He is looking forward to this new challenge, and hopes to develop his existing knowledge as well as learning new skills. 
 
During his first fortnight, Rok has been getting to grips with our procedures and software in anticipation of several large fieldworks projects on the horizon, as well as getting to know the Salisbury team. We’re crossing our fingers for good weather next week for his first survey with us.
 
Welcome to the team, Rok!

Samstag, 16.7.2016
A 5,000-year-old figurine, discovered in the 1860ís was recently rediscovered in the Stromness Museum collections by Dr. David Clark. The figurine was found among artefacts from Skaill House donated to...
Freitag, 12.8.2016, 12:05
Surveillance under Surveillance is an interactive map which reveals the location of CCTV cameras around the world. Using the map you can find out where spy cameras are located, what type of cameras they are and what area they observe.

Surveillance under Surveillance seems to have reasonable coverage throughout the world. It uses OpenStreetMap data to show the location of CCTV cameras. This



Montag, 23.5.2016, 19:24
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ancestor rituals turned jawbones into jewelry in ancient Oaxaca
    (details)

  • Partnership between archaeologists, builders, and museum results in big discoveries in Philadelphia
    (details)

  • New Kingdom town shows how Egyptians and Nubians prospered through integration
    (details)

  • New underwater find tells story of Roman merchant ship’s mission, cargo and fate
    (details)


Dienstag, 16.8.2016, 17:22
Sonntag, 28.8.2016
The discovery of a 3,000-year-old pyramid-shaped mausoleum in northern Kazakhstan has gone viral, with several media outlets proclaiming the structure to be the world's first pyramid. Archaeologists say the structure,...
Montag, 9.5.2016, 19:41
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Textual study shows runestones celebrate the power of writing itself
    (details)

  • In Roman era Turkey, rules for horse racing cast a different light on winning
    (details)

  • Jamestown project unearths rare example of a common cooking grill
    (details)

  • Newport, Rhode Island, wreck may be onetime HMS Endeavour, famous from Captain Cook’s voyages
    (details)


Mittwoch, 6.7.2016, 19:38
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Carthage circus had water system to keep chariot racers cool
    (details)

  • British Columbia road project uncovers fish camp used from prehistoric times into contact period
    (details)

  • New research explores how megalithic tombs served as star-tracking sites
    (details)

  • Ruins of city in Swat, Pakistan, include period of Indo-Greek cultural influence
    (details)


Montag, 30.5.2016, 17:23
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • 5,000-year-old brewery in China ranks with some of the earliest breweries in the world
    (details)

  • New study uncovers the location of the Bear River massacre in Idaho
    (details)

  • Stalagmite structures deep within a French cave hint at Neanderthal architecture
    (details)

  • A difficult high-tech exploration of high altitude rock paintings in the French Alps
    (details)


Mittwoch, 20.7.2016, 18:46
You can now explore a 3d model of an Iron Age ring fort discovered in Öland, Sweden on an Esri map. The Sandby borg ring fort was the site of a violent massacre in the 5th century and is currently being investigated by Swedish archaeologists.

The Esri Insider has a really interesting article on how archaeologists have been using drones (and a dog) to help map the fort, the houses it



Mittwoch, 6.7.2016
Livestock enclosures dating back over 6,000 years to the Ancient Neolithic have previously been documented at other sites on Spain's Sierra de Cantabria, about 300 kilometres north-northeast of Madrid, and...
Freitag, 22.7.2016, 16:25
Dienstag, 23.8.2016, 03:41
Montag, 6.6.2016, 22:34
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Tutankhamun’s iron dagger was made from a meteorite
    (details)

  • Ancient Maya observatory tracked Venus as well as the sun
    (details)

  • From ancient wooden tablets, voices of early Londoners speak about life in Roman Britain
    (details)

  • When an underwater city isn’t: microbes may have created formations like columns
    (details)


Sonntag, 24.7.2016, 21:16
The Sandby borg ring fort in Öland, Sweden was the site of a violent massacre in the 5th century and is currently being investigated by Swedish archaeologists. The archaeological website of the Sandby fort now includes a wonderful 3d map featuring a reconstruction of the fort and fort houses.

The 3d map of the Sandy borg fort includes overlays which allow you to view the locations of some of



Dienstag, 5.7.2016, 10:22

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On what started as a bright clear Saturday morning at the weekend, Gareth Chaffey, Andy Callen, Rachel Williams and Phoebe Olsen, four of our 12 Wessex Walkers entering Trailwalker 2016, set off at 08:45 on a team training walk. Their goal, to follow the Clarendon Way from Salisbury Cathedral to Winchester Cathedral as one last big training session before the main event on 23–24 July 2016. To make this an even more useful exercise, Andy Crockett went along too, to recreate 10 km checkpoints for the team, providing sustenance, cups of tea and coffee, and if needed gentle encouragement. It turned out none (gentle encouragement that is) was needed at all, and the team went along at a very comfortable pace for the full distance. The weather for the most part helped, though a truly torrential downpour at about the midway point was a nuisance. The team eventually covered 40.74 km in just 7 hours 37 minutes of walking, not bad at all considering the challenge for Trailwalker 2016 is 100 km in 30 hours, and arrived weary but satisfied at Winchester Cathedral at just after 7 pm – and everyone blister-free! Organised with the Queens Gurkha Signals, Trailwalker raises funds to support the excellent work of both Oxfam and The Gurkha Welfare Trust.
 
For more information and to consider sponsoring the team, please click on the link below.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Montag, 8.8.2016, 15:26
Samstag, 20.8.2016, 19:39
The Nature Conservancy has created a mesmerizing animated map showing where birds, mammals and amphibians will need to migrate to in order to maintain hospitable climates as global warming takes effect.

Migrations in Motion uses data from climate change projections to model potential habitats for 2,954 different species. The animated map visualizes the migratory flow of these species, showing



Montag, 4.7.2016, 13:02

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I have done a lot during my work experience: I have found pottery and bone in environmental samples; learnt how geomatics helps to map out an area; learnt about marine finds and what coastal & marine archaeology is; have cleaned finds from sites to find out what they are. My favourite activity was doing observational drawings, I enjoyed everything about it. The most difficult part of the work experience was using the microscope to look at environmental samples.
 

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I went to Larkhill on Friday morning for a commemoration of the Somme. Seeing the soldiers and hearing the words of the readings I found really moving.
 
I have also been lucky enough to meet Phil Harding, which was something I was hoping would happen.
 
I would definitely think about working here in the future, as it is a really nice place to work and it is really interesting to research the history about a place and the finds found there.
 
By Ethan Bowden
 
 

Dienstag, 12.7.2016, 12:14

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On Friday 8 June 2016 I presented a talk to the Friends of Holy Trinity discussing the Anglo-Saxon origins of their church. Wessex Archaeology’s Bristol Office are currently engaged in monitoring the refurbishment works at Holy Trinity, and this has led to some exciting discoveries.
 
It has long been hypothesised that that the original minster church, reputedly founded by St Aldhelm in the early 8th century, stood on the site now occupied by the rather grand 12th-century church. Up until now, the supporting archaeological evidence for this theory mainly consisted of a finely carved piece of stonework dated to the late 7th or early 8th century, which was discovered in the 1860s and now repurposed as an alter in the famous ‘Saxon’ church of St Laurence, across the road from Holy Trinity. St Laurence itself almost certainly dates to the early 11th century, built during the reign of King Ethelred II ‘the Unready’.
 
WA recorded a sequence of burials discovered below the floor of the old boiler house at Holy Trinity. Initially these were thought to be medieval, but as the graves were cleaned it was apparent that one burial was truncated by the 12th-century nave. Permission was sought to take radiocarbon samples from two of the individuals in this location. The dates have come back as broadly 9th century (770–980 AD) and 10th century (890–1030 AD), and are almost certainly associated with an earlier church building on this site.
 
Volunteers from Bradford on Avon Museum and Wiltshire Archaeology Field Group have been assisting with cleaning finds recovered during the project and they have also had the opportunity to observe Kirsten Egging Dinwiddy, from our osteoarchaeology team, analysing the skeletal remains. All the remains will eventually be reinterred elsewhere within the cemetery.
 

Dienstag, 28.6.2016, 17:32

RIP Pip Richards founder of the Sustainable Trust, who re-erected Carwynnen Quoit, which is her lasting legacy. There will be celebration of her life on Sat 2nd July at the quoit. More in the comments on our page. The Sustainable Trust managed to raised the funds to buy this once ruined scheduled ancient monument set in 5 acres of land, to allow access to the road. Excavation and restoration of the Quoit was completed in June 2014. The photograph opposite shows the now wonderful Carwynnen Quoit, A real treat for anyone that had ever visited this once sad pile of stones.
Dienstag, 26.7.2016, 18:08
MapXtract is a really neat tool to style a map and then download it as a png, svg or GeoJSON. The MapExtract editor uses OpenStreetMap data so should work for any location in the world.

To use MapXtract you just need to pan and zoom the map to the location that you want for a map. A location search function is missing from MapXtract. This means that you need to find the location that you



Dienstag, 26.7.2016, 09:20

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The Festival of Archaeology at Salisbury Museum was a huge success, with large numbers of people attending and taking part in fun-filled activities for all ages. 
 
Phil Harding and Lorraine Mepham played a key role in the event by demonstrating archaeology in action. They excavated a test pit in the Museum grounds, which provided the opportunity for people to see the archaeological process as it happened, and to discover what lies beneath their feet. 
 
Prior to the event a team from Wessex Archaeology had carried out a detailed gradiometer survey over three small areas at the Museum. Unfortunately, because the results were dominated by ferrous material, the survey was unable to identify any magnetic anomalies which would have suggested potential archaeology. Therefore, when Phil and Lorraine started excavating we were unsure what they would uncover. 
 
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Despite the survey results, the test pit did provide some archaeological evidence, and a range of finds was excavated, including medieval pottery, ceramic roof tiles and clay tobacco pipes. The finds were identified by Lorraine on site, and provided a chronological sequence – from medieval to modern – which Phil then matched to the stratigraphy. He was also able to relate this information to the history of the site, and to the wider story of Salisbury and its cathedral. Phil and Lorraine presented their findings during the Sunday afternoon lectures.
 
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People had the opportunity to follow in Phil’s and Lorraine’s footsteps by getting involved in excavating and identifying artefacts, as well as putting together pottery jigsaws, and learning about the work of Wessex Archaeology – as usual, we had an information stand at the event. 
 
All the Wessex Archaeology staff involved in the event had a fantastic time, and we were delighted to see so many people enjoying themselves and engaging so enthusiastically with archaeology. 
 

Freitag, 22.7.2016, 10:13

Industrial archaeology in Sheffield and Mexborough, and investigations at Wincobank Hall, Sheffield

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Wessex Archaeology has now completed analysis of fieldwork on four sites in South Yorkshire. Three of the four sites are industrial – a glassworks at Mexborough which included finds of bottles, jars and Codd-bottle marbles; the Butcher Wheel, a fomer cutlery works on Arundel Street, Sheffield;  and the remains of the former Kelham Rolling Mills in Sheffield – whilst the fourth, the 18th-century Wincobank Hall, Sheffield, revealed evidence for five phases of development of the buildings and significant assemblages of window glass, lead cames (some with makers’ marks), bottle glass and pottery were recovered. 
 
We hope in due course the reports will be published in the journals for which they were prepared. In the meantime, we are pleased to be able to provide the reports here although some images have not been reproduced due to copyright restrictions.
 
 
 

Montag, 11.7.2016, 10:43

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Although not Wessex-related fieldwork, last week I took part in fieldwork in the Venice Lagoon as part of the ‘Voices of Venice’ project, directed by Diego Calaon from the Universities of Stanford (USA) and Ca’Foscari (Venice, Italy), and in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Reading (UK). My participation builds on my existing research interest on the ecological impact of conquest and colonisation in the frontier landscapes of Medieval Europe, which has involved research across the Baltic, Hungary and Spain. 
 
Included in my trip was a presentation to the Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali at the University of Ca’Foscari. This highlighted the potential of environmental archaeology within the lagoon using the example of my research in the Baltic as part of the Ecology of Crusading Project. This was followed by coring of potential locations around the island of Torcello, and the nearby Roman town of Altinum, to retrieve material for palaeoenvironmental analysis. Located at the northern end of the lagoon, Torcello was one of the first islands to be occupied after the collapse of the Western Roman Empire and includes the impressive Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, founded in the early 7th century. Torcello became an important population and trading centre by the 10th century before the rise of Venice as a major trading power in the Mediterranean. Much of the Roman town of Altinum was dismantled and used as building material in sites across the lagoon, including Torcello and Venice – the famous bell tower in the Piazza San Marco is largely made of Roman bricks although completely restored after collapsing in the early 20th century. The lagoon, and settlement of the various islands, have a complex and inter-related history and uncertain future, and it is hoped that palaeoenvironmental analysis will help to contribute towards our understanding of the historical, cultural and environmental development of the lagoon during the medieval period. 
 
 

Dienstag, 23.8.2016, 10:30

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Wessex Archaeology’s Graham Scott will be ‘in conversation’ with Jerwood Prize winning artist Adam Dant on the theme of Shipwrecks of the Estuary at the Shorelines Literature Festival at Tilbury on 17th September 2016, part of the Estuary 2016 Festival. Graham’s involvement arises out of the work undertaken by Wessex Archaeology for the new London Gateway Port
 
 
 

Dienstag, 9.8.2016, 10:55
Two and a half weeks of non-stop digging draws to a successful close. Most trenches are completed and recorded by the weekend, but the arrival of Rob and Scotty, with help from Matt, means that we can have a final look at the communications trench that runs parallel to the front line. An interesting aspect of this trench is the collapsed timberwork that was found in its base.
 
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The last recording is completed in the front line of the trenches, and here another surprise awaits us. Dickie and Richard spot a piece chalk sticking out of the bottom of the section, but it doesn’t look like a natural lump − and indeed isn’t! When it is removed by Kathy we can make out what looks like part of a cap badge carved in the surface and some very lightly inscribed lettering. Undoubtedly there is more to be revealed when this is deciphered.
 

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The geophysics information gathered by Jen, Becky, Rok, Ali and Nick over the first two weeks has been processed, with excellent results, illustrating very clearly the layout of the ‘German’ practice trenches in the area we are working in. The white ‘halos’ indicate metal present, much of it probably corrugated iron, particularly in the shelters. The geophysics plot shows more detail than can be made out on the aerial photographs, and also highlights several differences between the 1915 plan of the trenches and the layout that was eventually dug.
 
On the last Sunday we hold a short ceremony to remember those who, a century ago, took part in exercises in these practice trenches, in particular those who were then sent to fight at the Somme – and never returned. As a result of Richard Broadhead’s research we now know the names and details, and have photographs, of more than 30 of the soldiers, from the Middlesex and Essex Regiments, most of whom were only in their late teens or early 20s.
 

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Tuesday sees the excavations backfilled, and the hay field returned to almost how we found it when we started on July 11th. Every one of the seven areas excavated has turned out to have an interesting story to tell, and what has survived, and what we have learnt about this system of practice trenches, have far exceeded expectations. We have only looked at a tiny fraction of this extensive system, so it does indeed represent an important historical resource, particularly given the possibly unique contemporary documentary evidence that we have to go with it.
 

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So, what next? First, the finds are being cleaned and recorded by our keen and ever-reliable volunteers – the screw pickets, spent blank rounds and food and drink tins from WWI, and a variety of exploded ordnance pieces from WWII. Also, the ordnance and related pieces have been identified by Mark, who is also undertaking research on the exercises that took place in these trenches. Finally, later this year, we will produce a report on the excavations.
 
However, perhaps we might also consider another season of fieldwork – there are other elements of the Perham Down system we could look at, including one of the redoubts, a kitchen and a Battalion Commander’s post. With Breaking Ground Heritage now up and running, such a project covers all bases in terms of archaeological research and training, and this has proved an all-round winner in terms of interest and enjoyment.
 
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Freitag, 12.8.2016, 16:02

Stone Circle in Brandenburg, Berlin. This is the largest stone circle, with a diameter of 8m, which was excavated from the burial place disturbed by the building of the A11 near Schmölln. It has been rebuilt here in the village park.
Freitag, 26.8.2016, 00:30
Mapbox has created an interesting visualization of how Boston's geographical footprint has changed through history. Coastlines of Boston provides two different historical views of Boston, as it looked in 1788 and 1898, and allows you to compare these views to the map of Boston today.

The map is actually a neat demonstration of what can be created using Mapbox Studio's new dataset editor. The



Sonntag, 14.8.2016
A major excavation is underway in rural Dorset (England), near the modern day village of Winter borne Kingston. The team of archaeologists from Bournemouth University are actually uncovering the remains...
Freitag, 12.8.2016, 14:37

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Pots come in all shapes and sizes, but this one is larger than most! This large Roman storage jar, which originally stood about 60 centimetres high, comes from a site at Frithend in Hampshire, and was one of four similar jars found in one part of the site, where they seem to have been deliberately placed (probably as complete pots) in purpose-dug pits. At least two of the jars had been buried with deposits of burnt material, one also contained two smaller pots, and an iron axe had been placed in another. The site had been used for pottery production in the Roman period, as part of the Alice Holt industry of the Hampshire/Surrey border, and these four large jars are typical of the late Roman phase of the industry, featuring horizontal bands of white slip and combed decoration. Two of them show fairly severe firing cracks on the inside, but would still have been functional. It is possible that they served some practical purpose, such as the storage of dry goods. Alternatively, they may have been intended as a ‘closing’ deposit, marking the end of pottery production on the site. Coins and radiocarbon dates suggest that activity on the site was confined to the later 4th century AD, right at the end of the Roman occupation of Britain.
 
The pots will shortly be deposited, with the rest of the site archive, with Hampshire Cultural Trust’s archive store in Winchester.
 
For more information about the site and to read the full report click here.
 
 
 

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2016 will see the third season of the Wiltshire Museum Archaeological Field Group (AFG) excavations near Devizes, supported by Wessex Archaeology (WA) and Archaeological Surveys Limited (AS). Phil Andrews of WA co-directs the excavation with Jan Dando of the AFG, whilst David Sabin and Kerry Donaldson (AS) undertake geophysical investigation.
 
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Five years of fieldwork are planned, with publication of the results in 2020. WA’s involvement follows the conclusion of the very successful Truckle Hill community excavation (2007−12) in NW Wiltshire, which saw investigation of the area around the North Wraxall Roman villa, including a well-preserved bath-house and two earlier shrines.
 
 
Further details of the Bromham – Rowdefield Project can be found by following this link to the AFG website, but our challenge here is to make sense of this complex site which has been subject to several cursory investigations and a variety of interpretations in the past. 
 
Already we have identified a pair of adjacent oval enclosures of probable Late Neolithic/Early Bronze Age date, a possible Middle Bronze Age D-shaped enclosure and two Early Iron Age oval enclosures. Overlying most of these prehistoric features is a sequence of Romano-British remains including a variety of enclosures, a very clearly defined trackway, a midden, possible structural remains and a pair of crop dryers.
 
So, thanks to the goodwill and very considerable support from the farmer, we are about to embark on a further 10 days of investigations at the beginning of September. Again, we would like to answer more questions than we ask, but there is plenty on this intriguing site to whet the appetite!
 

Samstag, 16.7.2016, 22:25

Stone Age day at Royston & District Museum & Art Gallery, Sat 23rd Jul 2016. Royston Museum in Hertfordshire holds some prehistoric artifacts from the heath and surrounding area in their collection, some of which are on display,
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News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Archaeology suggests huge changes in the interpretation of a president’s 19th-century home
    (details)

  • A new way of looking at ancient ceramics reveals the artisans’ skills
    (details)

  • New clues to an earlier initial settlement of the American Southeast
    (details)

  • Three-dimensional recreation of the Palmyra arch to tour the world
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Dienstag, 30.8.2016
Archaeologists have uncovered traces of buildings from about 2500 years ago on the small Hebridean island of Iona, off the west coast of Scotland, including the remains of a two-metre...
Montag, 1.8.2016, 03:57
The Department of Archaeology at York University, which hosts the ADS, has been given a Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education. Introduced following the 40th Anniversary of the Queen's reign in 1992, the prizes, which rank alongside the Queen's Awards for Industry are awarded biennially for 'work of exceptional quality and of broad benefit either nationally or internationally'. This is the fifth to be conferred on the university in 15 years, only the second time it has been awarded to a whole Department.
Donnerstag, 28.7.2016, 13:56

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On Sunday 24th July, Matt from our Wessex Cymru office dusted off his trowel and headed off to help out two Young Archaeologists' Club (YAC) groups as they investigated the garden at the National Trust property at Dudmaston Hall, Shropshire. The National Trust wants to reinstate one of the old landscaped paths around the lake but had no idea of its alignment or how it was made, so they asked YAC to come and help out! 
 

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With just a faded early 19th-century photograph to go on, the Marches and Ironbridge YAC groups chose two areas to dig and set about removing the turf. They soon found a compacted gravel surface littered with pieces of 19th and early 20th century pottery. It looked like the path had gradually been swallowed up by the surrounding grassland, probably around the time of WWI when the family fortunes fell and they could no longer afford to maintain the extensive landscaped gardens.
 
The trenches were in the open grounds of the house, and lots of interested visitors came over to see what we were doing – including a few potential new YAC members! As well as the dig, there were loads of Festival of Archaeology activities going on at the house, including making pots on a wheel, medieval food tasting, and medieval calligraphy with real quills and oak gall ink.
 
We all had great fun and the National Trust were very pleased with our results. Thanks to all the YAC members and helpers who came along, and special thanks to the National Trust for inviting YAC to help uncover the secrets of Dudmaston!
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 18.8.2016, 13:21
A Wessex Archaeology diving team helped by local divers and historians, including John Adams of the local Filey Underwater Research Unit, are currently investigating First World War German U-boats off the Yorkshire coast for Historic England. Pictured here is the control room of the UC-70, whose wreck lies in about 25 m depth of water in the North Sea, close to Whitby. The photograph was taken by Tom Harrison, a Bournemouth University archaeology graduate and SCUBA instructor who recently joined the Wessex Archaeology Coastal & Marine team.
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Project Officer Paolo Croce, a graduate of Southampton University’s maritime archaeology programme, explained how this photograph was taken:
 
Tom took this photograph whilst conducting a video survey of the submarine using a GoPro set to take both HD video and automatic stills. To overcome the lack of light and the silty water, the camera was mounted on an extremely powerful Seawolf Orca video light. Tom simply lowered the camera and light through holes in the pressure hull. The conning tower of the submarine is no longer in place, so Tom was able to gain access through the hatch that provided access to the crew between the control room and the tower. We did not go into the submarine ourselves, as this can be a very risky procedure and is likely to disturb the interior. We must remember that the UC-70 is a grave.
 
The submarine has been the subject of a ‘dive tour’ published in Diver magazine. Therefore, as well as producing a report on the condition of the submarine for Historic England, we hope to produce a more detailed plan for use by future diving visitors.
 
The investigation of this and other sites off Whitby and Bridlington will be completed on Friday 16 August 2016.
 

Dienstag, 9.8.2016
The traditional understanding of the Neolithic period in Orkney has long been of a game of two halves, represented by completely different cultural packages: the early phase in the 4th...
Sonntag, 14.8.2016
An intriguing puzzle is unravelling around the collection of bones which have accumulated over numerous digs over two centuries, from the Troisieme caverne de Goyet, in Belgium. State of the...
Sonntag, 3.7.2016, 20:17
This year is the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, the largest battle of World War I on the Western Front. It took place between 1 July and 18 November 1916 and more than a million men were wounded or killed.

The Living Legacies Engagement Centre at Queen's University Belfast has released a story map of the battle, looking in particular at the key
events involving the Irish Raised



Freitag, 26.8.2016, 12:08
Over the last 30 years the Earth has gained 173,000 km2 of land. Most of it from land reclamation projects. However this isn't just a one way process. Over the same time period the Earth gained 115,000 km2 of water. Much of this presumably due to coastal erosion.

The Deltares Aqua Monitor is a fascinating new global map which allows you to visualize land and water surface changes since the



Montag, 8.8.2016, 19:00
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Another look at a set of burials from Cahokia casts a new light on Native American gender roles
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  • A new Late Bronze Age project reveals the riches of Crete’s high society
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  • Re-remembering the Alamo: Archaeologists believe they have found the Alamo’s fated main gate beneath modern San Antonio
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  • Multidisciplinary study on the North China Plain identifies an ancient flood tied to China’s first dynasty
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Freitag, 15.7.2016, 17:39

Culverwell Mesolithic Site Open Days 18th July, 7th and 29th August. Also a look at their live dig in Portland on the 29th July. Mesolithic Settlement on Portland Bill in Dorset. The main feature on this site is a large floor of limestone slabs on top of a shell midden (rubbish dump). This floor is the earliest known structural evidence in England for the extensive use of Portland Jurassic limestone on a living site.
Mittwoch, 13.7.2016, 09:15

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When I arrived at Wessex Archaeology on the Monday morning, I was given a tour and was struck by how big the building was. Having had lunch and having been familiarised with my timetable, I was shown how the Survey department works by a lady called Roberta. She explained how GPS can be used to record the positions of sites and the features found in them, with 5 cm accuracy. She also showed me how to record the coordinates of different features of the carpark, using GPS. After this, I was shown how the information is processed and used to make maps of the site. This was interesting as the diagrams focused more on the positions and shapes of the features, and less on what they looked like.
 
On Tuesday, I spent the day with the Finds team. Here I was given a bowl of water and a toothbrush with which to wash pottery and animal bones from a site in Winchester. I enjoyed this as it was interesting to see patterns on the pottery emerging from the dirt. I was also shown how to mark the items I had washed with their site and context numbers using a quill and ink. I now know that this is important because it tells those analysing the finds exactly where on the site they were found. 
 
On Wednesday morning I visited the Coastal & Marine department. A lady named Peta told me that the department was responsible for dealing with archaeology underwater, such as shipwrecks, and preserving artefacts that had been accidentally brought to the surface. During this session, I was also told about photogrammetry and was given a camera with which to photograph a 19th-century relish pot. These photos were then downloaded into a computer program that was able to construct what it thought would be the 3D model. Although only half the pot could be seen, the program had been able to picture that half in surprising detail. 
 
On Wednesday afternoon, I visited the Heritage department where I was shown how to investigate the history of an area by Naomi. She explained how to match old maps to new maps, and showed me many websites that can display the protected sites in any area. This was interesting as I was able to see the protected parts of the village in which I live, and find out what it was that made them historically valuable.
 
On Thursday, I visited an archaeological site with an osteoarchaeologist named Kirsten. She explained why it was they were excavating and showed me around the site. I then worked with a team of other volunteers to bag and clean the various skeletons needed for analysis. I was surprised by how good a condition some of the skeletons were in and how much of them could be recovered as they had been buried hundreds of years ago. Kirsten explained how the ages of some skeletons could be determined by the circumference of the skulls, arthritic joints and which bits of cartilage had turned to bone. I was also shocked to see the terrible condition some of the teeth of the skeletons were in. 
 
On Friday, I visited the environmental department. Nicki explained to me how much of their work is geoarchaeology, and consists of looking at how the ground has changed over time. I was also shown several boreholes, which are long tubes of plastic that contain layers of soil from various time periods. By inserting these tubes up to 18 m into the ground, they could see the structure of the ground in as long ago as the Ice Age and how that structure has changed to form what it is today. After this, I was given a microscope and was shown how to identify different seeds, as these can also show what the ground was like and what took place upon it.
 
Overall, I learnt many things during my time at Wessex Archaeology. I saw lots of fascinating things and was taught by many friendly people. Archaeology has certainly become a more likely career path and should I choose to study it in the future, I now know which departments to investigate.
 
By Sophie Feilder, Work Experience
 
 

Dienstag, 12.7.2016, 20:07
In 1840 Greene Street, with 14 brothels, was the center of New York City's sex industry. Since then the street has gone through many changes. with the brothels giving way to garment factories and then, later still, many of these vacated garment factories being occupied by artists as loft spaces.

You can learn more about the long and ever changing history of Greene Street on A Long History of a



Montag, 22.8.2016, 18:59
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • An Oregon teacher unearths an ancient toolkit in his yard
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  • Stonehenge’s neighbor reveals evidence of rapid changes in Neolithic political and religious systems
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  • A new dating technique called astrochronology uses evidence of ancient solar storms to more accurately date archaeological sites
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  • An ancient Chinese tomb holds complex jewelry with central Asian ties
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Samstag, 16.7.2016
Since 2004, archaeologists from the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) have been systematically excavation and processing human remains from Palawan Island. These remains have showed a heavy diversity in...
Sonntag, 28.8.2016
New research reveals surprisingly sophisticated adaptations by early humans living 250,000 years ago in a former oasis near what is now Azraq, in northwest Jordan, where stone tools bear the...
Freitag, 29.7.2016, 19:43
The Anti-Eviction Project has created a lot of interesting maps around the issue of housing in San Francisco. For their latest map the Anti-Eviction Project has teamed up with Carto to visualize eviction rates in the city by neighborhood, demographic segment and median rent.

The Evictions by Demographic Segment map shows a choropleth view of the number of evictions in San Francisco by area.



Dienstag, 30.8.2016
Research has for the first time statistically proven that the earliest standing stone monuments of Britain were oriented with the Sun and Moon. The study details the use of innovative...