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Wissenschaft / Colloquia
UNESCO - World Heritage
Sonntag, 8.10.2017, 07:00
The International Academy on Sustainable Development is holding a workshop on the Integrated Management of UNESCO Designations that will take place in Turin from 8 to 13 October 2017.
The aim of this year's workshop, the third in a series, is to advance the professional and institutional capacities of managing authorities, communities and other relevant practitioners in the integrated management of UNESCO designations, in order to increase the social, cultural and economic benefits for ...
Donnerstag, 5.10.2017, 07:00
Third Meeting of European World Heritage Associations, 5 and 6 October 2017
5-6 October 2017

The 3rd Meeting of European World Heritage Associations will take place in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck from 5 to 6 October 2017. It is being organized by the German World Heritage Sites Association, the German Commission for UNESCO and Lübeck & Travemünde Marketing GmbH, and features as its theme "Sharing World Heritage”.
Following the launch of the initiative in ...
Samstag, 12.8.2017, 07:00
Youth Building Peace
The world has never been so young and it is getting younger every day. The development of any society depends on how well it nurtures its young women and men, how well they are supported.
In 2015, there were 1.2 billion young people in the world, and more than 600 million lived in fragile and conflict-affected contexts. Young people carry the heaviest burdens of conflict and violence -- they are also essential for any lasting solution leading to peace.
We have examples ...
Dienstag, 22.8.2017, 07:00
The World Heritage Centre has learned with great sadness of the recent passing  of Wayne Lotter, courageous defender of natural heritage and wildlife, who was attacked by a gunman in Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania) on 16 August 2017.  The Director of UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Dr. Mechtild Rössler, presents her sincere condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of the renowned elephant conservationist and anti-poaching activist.
"The death of Wayne Lotter is a great ...
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017, 07:00
In the framework of the 2nd phase of the UNESCO/Japanese Funds-in-Trust project on "Support for Documentation Standards and Procedures of the Silk Roads World Heritage Serial and Transnational Nomination in Central Asia”, the World Heritage Centre and the UNESCO Office in Tashkent in cooperation with the Principal Department for the Preservation and Utilization of Cultural Objects of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan will organize a sub-regional meeting and on-site ...
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017, 07:00
Within the framework of the project "Support to the reinforcement of the participative management structure of the Qhapaq Ñan, Andean Road System”, a workshop entitled "Heritage Impact Assessments International Workshop” took place in Santiago de Chile from 7 to 10 August 2017. This meeting organized by  the National Center of World Heritage Sites of the National Subdivision of Heritage Management of the Directorate of Libraries, Archives and Museums, counted with the ...
Dienstag, 14.11.2017, 06:00
The 21st session of the General Assembly will be held at UNESCO Headquarters, 14-15 November 2017.
In accordance with Article 8, paragraph 1 of the Convention concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and Natural Heritage, the General Assembly of States Parties to the Convention will hold its 21st session during the 39th session of the General Conference of UNESCO.
Donnerstag, 5.10.2017, 07:00
The 3rd Meeting of European World Heritage Associations will take place in the Hanseatic City of Lübeck from 5 to 6 October 2017. It is being organized by the German World Heritage Sites Association, the German Commission for UNESCO and Lübeck & Travemünde Marketing GmbH, and features as its theme "Sharing World Heritage”.
 
Following the launch of the initiative in Strasbourg in 2015 and its successful continuation in Segovia in 2016, the third meeting ...
Samstag, 7.10.2017, 07:00
The Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham and World Heritage UK have joined forces to hold special four-day international meeting at the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge, near Telford, Shropshire. The first two days will bring together academics from around the world to discuss research and global policy focusing on the communication of World Heritage Values from 7-8 October.  
This will be followed by the third annual conference of ...
Montag, 11.9.2017, 07:00
Following its ratification of the UNESCO World Heritage Convention in 2016, South Sudan is now preparing its Tentative List of World Heritage sites, which includes Boma National Park.

The Netherlands Funds-in-Trust to UNESCO has granted USD 32,000 to the Republic of South Sudan to support the development and finalisation of a conservation and management plan for Boma National Park in view of its future inclusion on South Sudan's Tentative List as well as its ...
Dienstag, 12.9.2017, 07:00
About 60 participants from China, Nepal, ICOMOS and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre participated in a Workshop on the South Asian Silk Roads Serial Transnational World Heritage Nomination Process, Xi'an, China, 5-7 September 2017 organised by the UNESCO World Heritage Centre, State Administration of Cultural Heritage (SACH) of China, Xi'an Municipal People's Government and the ICOMOS International Conservation Center-Xi'an (IICC Xi'an).
This was a follow-up ...
Dienstag, 5.9.2017, 07:00
During the night from 28 to 29 of August, a fire hit the crafts centre of the historical Museum of Abomey located within the Royal Palaces of Abomey's court, destroying numerous stands of craftsmen.
The fire was caused by a short circuit around 1:30 am in the crafts centre of the historical Museum of Abomey. It destroyed thirteen of the twenty-eight stands intended for the exhibition and sale of crafts, whereas the museum space as well as the museum's collections were fortunately ...
Mittwoch, 23.8.2017, 07:00
On 23 August 2017, the first meeting for the establishment of the Administrative Council of the Regional World Heritage Institute in Zacatecas, Category 2 Centre created under the auspices of UNESCO in 2010. The meeting will take place in the building "La Casa del Conquistador", where the Institute is located, situated in the historic center of Zacatecas, property inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1993. The main objectives of this first meeting will be to approve the ...
Freitag, 15.9.2017, 07:00
Since 1984, the European Heritage Days have provided an open access to cultural heritage, allowing anyone and everyone to get involved with the continent's rich past - from chateaux to archives, 17,000 monuments and sites will open their doors, with 25,000 different events happening. The European Heritage Days are the most widely celebrated participatory cultural events shared by the citizens of Europe.
The World Heritage Centre takes this opportunity to commend the commitment of the ...
Montag, 2.10.2017, 07:00
The International Committee on Archaeological Heritage Management (ICAHM) has been granted the patronage of UNESCO for its ICAHM 2017 Annual Meeting: Archaeological Heritage in Sub-Saharan Africa, International Trade Routes and Conservation, 2-5 October, in Tanzania.
The emphasis of this meeting will be on trade routes to and from Sub-Saharan Africa to the rest of the world, the Africa Initiative, and conservation and sustainable use of paleoanthropological sites. There will also be ...
Donnerstag, 10.8.2017, 07:00
The Director of the World Heritage Centre expresses her deep condolences at the loss of lives and destructions caused by the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck China's southwestern province of Sichuan on Tuesday 8 August.
According to initial reports, the epicentre of the earthquake in southwestern Sichuan province was in the mountainous Jiuzhaigou County, which includes the Jiuzhaigou Valley Scenic and Historic Interest Area World Heritage property.
While the impact of the ...
Freitag, 22.9.2017, 07:00
On 27-29 September 2017, UNESCO will convene a three-day technical symposium in Tokyo, Japan, entitled "The Future of the Bamiyan Buddha Statues: Technical Considerations and Potential Effects on Authentic and Outstanding Universal Value”. This meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the potential reconstruction of the Buddha statues in the Bamiyan Valley (Afghanistan), which were destroyed in 2001 by the Taliban Regime.
Following the intentional destruction of the Buddha ...
Freitag, 18.8.2017, 07:00
On 12 August 2017, a joint World Heritage Centre/IUCN Reactive Monitoring mission arrived on Wrangel Island (Russian Federation). Together with Herald Island and a vast ocean territory, Wrangel Island forms part of the World Heritage property "Natural System of Wrangel Island Reserve”, which is the northernmost site inscribed on the World Heritage List.
Francesco Bandarin, Assistant Director-General for Culture of UNESCO headed the mission at the invitation of the Russian ...
Donnerstag, 24.8.2017
Baroque through the Eyes of children
Playful Architect is artistic project for children between 8 and 12 years old during which they receive dedicated classes and guided tours by professional architects and are encouraged to draw or paint their local cultural heritage from their own perspective.
The best works are selected by the children themselves and exhibited at the UNESCO House and in a touring exhibition.
The project aims to educate children at an age when their interest in ...
Dienstag, 25.7.2017, 07:00
The Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park (Philippines) has been officially designated as a Particularly Sensitive Sea Area (PSSA)—and an "area to be avoided”—by the International Maritime Organization. The endorsement is a major breakthrough, as it will require international vessels to avoid the World Heritage site, reducing the impact of noise and pollution, and decreasing the risk of future ship groundings. This is the result of years of collaboration between the IMO and the Government ...
Mittwoch, 9.8.2017, 07:00
This year, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of the landmark UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People. This is an opportunity to honour the rights of indigenous peoples and their unique contribution to achieving mutual understanding, peace and sustainable development. Indigenous peoples are custodians and practitioners of unique cultures and relationships with the natural environment. They embody a wide range of linguistic and cultural diversity at the heart of our shared humanity. ...
Montag, 28.8.2017, 07:00
CIPA is the Scientific Committee on Heritage Documentation for the International Committee on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS). CIPA2017, the 26th biennial symposium, will be held from August 28 to September 1, 2017, in Ottawa, Canada. CIPA2017 will focus on Digital Workflows for Conservation.
The rapid rise in new digital technologies has revolutionized the practice of recording heritage places. Digital tools and media offer a myriad of new opportunities for collecting, analyzing and ...
Donnerstag, 14.9.2017, 07:00
The Sixth Transboundary Platform Meeting of the project "Towards strengthened governance of the shared transboundary natural and cultural heritage of the Lake Ohrid region” will take place on 14 and 15 September 2017 in Pogradec, Albania. This sixth meeting is part of a joint European Union and UNESCO initiative, in close cooperation with the Albanian and Macedonian authorities, to strengthen transboundary cooperation for the management of the Lake Ohrid region's natural and ...
Freitag, 15.9.2017, 07:00
The UNESCO Heritage division extends its condolences to the residents of the Caribbean islands struck by hurricane Irma between 5 and 11 September 2017, for the loss of human lives and the hardship resulting from the devastation.
The first priority after such a disaster is always rescuing people and providing humanitarian aid. Following that, UNESCO is in close contact with local authorities, assisting with efforts to assess damage to cultural heritage in the region and supporting ...
Freitag, 22.9.2017, 07:00
On 21 September, UNESCO was informed by several sources that military action is intensifying within and around the Archaeological Site of Sabratha in Libya, inscribed on the World Heritage List since 1982. According to reports, military action is growing within and around the property.
In view of this situation, the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, calls on all parties to cease violence and ensure the protection of Sabratha's invaluable cultural heritage, including its ...
Samstag, 2.9.2017, 07:00
The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road, known as the Belt and Road Initiative or One Belt One Road, focuses on connectivity and cooperation among more than 60 countries, representing more than a third of the global economy and more than half of the World's population.
The scope and extent of the Belt and Road Initiative offers many exciting prospects for design, development and implementation of projects, whose scope ranges from economic development to ...
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Anthropologie
Feuilleton / Literatur
Kunst & Kultur
Mittwoch, 2.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 02.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Erdbeerinchen Erdbeerfee - Das Geheimnis im Beerenwald, Stadtbibliothek Graz West
09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
13:00 Coding for Kids - Programmieren leicht gemacht, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Der Fels und der Vogel, Graz
16:00 Die Froschkönigin nach Heinz Janisch, Murpark
17:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Planet Globokar, Dom im Berg
18:00 Der Fels und der Vogel, Graz
20:00 Machine de Cirque (CA), Opernhaus
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Musik - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 DJ Satan (A), JUZ Explosiv
21:00 Zona Trópica: La Inédita World Tour 2017, Postgarage
Mittwoch, 26.7.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 26.07.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Sitzen Sie noch bequem?, Die Brücke
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 07.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Dienstag, 8.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 08.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Das kleine 1x1 der Fotografie, Stadtbibliothek Graz Nord
09:00 Luftakrobatik, BORG Monsbergergasse
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Tanzen, BORG Monsbergergasse
12:45 Improvisation & Theater , BORG Monsbergergasse
15:30 Musik-Tanz-Theater-Werkstatt , BORG Monsbergergasse
Dienstag, 25.7.2017
Musik - 25.07.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 AIMS Operettenkonzert - Von Geldgeschäften und Heiratssachen, Pfarrzentrum St. Leonhard
Donnerstag, 3.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 03.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 A Fuera!, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Schneewittchen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Sagenhaft und Fabelhaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
17:00 Alice im Wunderland neu erträumt!, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
17:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Schneewittchen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
19:00 A Fuera!, Verschiedene Orte
20:00 Machine de Cirque (CA), Opernhaus
Donnerstag, 21.9.2017
Führungen - 21.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Geidorf - Rendezvous im Dritten , Grabenkirche - St. Johann am Graben
18:00 Griesviertel-Rundgang, Graz
Sonntag, 3.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 03.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
11:00 Museums-Picknick im Grünen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloßpark Eggenberg
Dienstag, 8.8.2017
Führungen - 08.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Freitag, 18.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 18.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Die Bettleroper, Hof des Deutschen Ritterordens
20:00 Trautes Heim, Hof der NMS Ferdinandeum
20:00 Warten auf Godot, ATG Leichtathletikhalle
21:30 Sommerakademie für Theater - Schlussaufführungen 2017, BORG Monsbergergasse
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
[ Vernissage ] Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
exhibition - zeitumfassend von alpha bis omega, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
[ Eröffnung ] Årge Kugelstein - Endlich jugendfrei!, Kunsthalle Graz
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 25.7.2017
Führungen - 25.07.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 31.7.2017
Musik - 31.07.2017 :: Programm heute

12:15 Lunchkonzert, MUMUTH - Haus für Musik und Musiktheater der Kunstuni Graz
15:30 AIMS Meisterklasse - Linda Watson, Pfarrzentrum St. Leonhard
19:30 Montagskonzert - AIMS Artists in Recital, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
Dienstag, 19.9.2017
Führungen - 19.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Freitag, 25.8.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 25.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:30 Schnupperuni - Uni Graz, Universität Graz
Samstag, 26.8.2017
Musik - 26.08.2017 :: Programm heute

15:00 kunstGarten-CHOR Probe mit Henrik Sande, kunstGarten
20:00 Bridgeclub, Die Brücke
23:00 EBB & Friends [part 1] MethLab DJ (CZ), Postgarage
Sonntag, 3.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 03.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 1.8.2017
Führungen - 01.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 13.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 13.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Theater der Fantasie, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Sonntag, 17.9.2017
Musik - 17.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Aufsteirern Festival 2017, Grazer Innenstadt
10:30 Aufsteirern im Bischofhof und in der Stadtpfarrkirche Graz, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Das Steirische Volksliedwerk beim Aufsteirern in Graz, Grazer Innenstadt
16:30 Konzert "Stolen Memories", kunstGarten
18:30 Hell on Earth , JUZ Explosiv
19:00 Oscar Wilde ”Die Nachtigall und die Rose” zum Geburtstag von Hermann Ritter, Altkatholische Kirche
Montag, 18.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 18.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Bernadette Moser , atelier 12
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
FREE SRI, Dainadoo - Tamilisches Restaurant
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Gottfried Fabian 1905 - 1984, Galerie Leonhard
Grenzenlos, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Reinhard Roy - "Einen Kreis denken", MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 9.9.2017
Musik - 09.09.2017 :: Programm heute

15:00 Volkshausfest 2017, Volkshaus
19:00 Croword & Red Swamp, JUZ Explosiv
19:30 O Du mein Österreich - Ein Fest in Rot - Weiss - Rot, Helmut-List-Halle
20:00 Grazer Big Band Workshop - Abschlusskonzert, Orpheum
22:00 Arbeit Nervt! I Love To Party! , p.p.c
22:00 Bassklinik, p.p.c
22:00 Best of the 80's, Postgarage
22:00 Milonga Orquesta, TU - Technische Universität Graz
Samstag, 16.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 16.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Collectors Club, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
17:30 Quatsch-Café , Augarten
Dienstag, 12.9.2017
Führungen - 12.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 29.7.2017
Musik - 29.07.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 AIMS Meistersinger Gesangswettbewerb - Vorausscheidung, Odilien-Institut
17:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2017, Landhaushof
20:00 Cissokho / Brönnimann / Hason, Mariahilferplatz
21:30 La Strada's Tribute to the Best: Joe Zawinul & Frank Zappa, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
22:00 Arbeit Nervt! I Love To Party! , p.p.c
22:00 Bassklinik, p.p.c
23:00 Fruit Juice #3, Postgarage
Samstag, 16.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 16.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Daniel Lenz, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 6.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 06.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Un-Curating the Archive, Camera Austria
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017
Musik - 07.09.2017 :: Programm heute

18:45 Mozart und die Anderen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
19:00 Virginia Ernst, Club Wakuum
19:30 Sonderkonzert des Festival Maribor, Congress Graz, Kammermusiksaal
19:30 The Hell Foundation (SOLO), Mike's Cafe Bar
Freitag, 1.9.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 01.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 3.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 03.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
11:00 Tierische Baumeister , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Akrobatik im Garten, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Mittwoch, 6.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 06.09.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 20:00 Der Tod in Venedig, Theater im Keller
Sonntag, 30.7.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 30.07.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Die Froschkönigin nach Heinz Janisch, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:00 Akrobatik im Garten, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Münzwerkstatt: Tauchende Schildkröten, wachende Eulen und stolze Elefanten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Münzkabinett Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Der Fels und der Vogel, Graz
15:00 Pst, nichts verraten! - Das geheime Zeughaus , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
16:00 The Kaleidophones, Palais Meran - Kunstuniversität
17:00 Alice im Wunderland neu erträumt!, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
17:00 Die Froschkönigin nach Heinz Janisch, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Lance moi en l'air, Augarten
17:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
18:00 Der Fels und der Vogel, Graz
19:00 TiraVol, Freiheitsplatz
21:00 Ulik‘s Glisssssssssendo, Karmeliterplatz
Freitag, 11.8.2017
Führungen - 11.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 2.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 02.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
nothing to..., esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
[ Vernissage ] Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Un-Curating the Archive, Camera Austria
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Mittwoch, 13.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 13.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Bernadette Moser , atelier 12
Bohren und was bleibt, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
[ Eröffnung ] Cuban impressions, Artelier Contemporary
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Giorgia Fiorio, Atelier Jungwirth
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raum einnehmen II, RHIZOM Annenstraße
Årge Kugelstein - Endlich jugendfrei!, Kunsthalle Graz
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 2.9.2017
Musik - 02.09.2017 :: Programm heute

17:00 Tonic Tomato - 12h Musik im Parkhouse , Parkhouse
22:00 HipHop & RnB Night, p.p.c
22:00 I Love Summer - Party , p.p.c
Sonntag, 17.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 17.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
13:00 Science-Detektive, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Sagenhaft und Fabelhaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
Mittwoch, 26.7.2017
Musik - 26.07.2017 :: Programm heute

19:00 Jodler-Tankstelle, Harmonikazentrum
19:30 AIMS - Buona Sera, Graz!, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
19:30 Anna Doblhofer - New Constellation, Generalihof
20:00 Liedermacherstammtisch im Humboldtkeller, Humboldtkeller
20:00 Nabucco, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch des Steirischen Volksliedwerkes, Cafè Morgans (vormals Susi Rust)
21:00 Jazz-Stammtisch im Babenbergerhof, Babenbergerhof
Donnerstag, 10.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 10.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:15 Filmkunst aus FIN, 1988, kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Mittwoch, 6.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 06.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 7.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 07.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 15.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 15.09.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 17:00 Full House, Griesplatz
20:00 Der Tod in Venedig, Theater im Keller
20:00 Magic Hour Time Machine, Graz
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Führungen - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Dienstag, 22.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 22.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
21:00 Summer Movies auf der Murinsel - Manfred Perl, Insel in der Mur
Freitag, 1.9.2017
Führungen - 01.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Kriminaltango - Entdecken Sie die dunklen Seiten von Graz, Landhaushof
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Donnerstag, 21.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 21.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Der Tod in Venedig, Theater im Keller
20:00 Magic Hour Time Machine, Graz
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Führungen - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Zu Gast im Hause Attems, Schloßbergplatz
18:00 Griesviertel-Rundgang, Graz
18:00 Ketzer unerwünscht - immer Ärger mit den Ungläubigen, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Donnerstag, 27.7.2017
Grenzenlos - 27.07.2017 :: Programm heute

Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Graz
Samstag, 2.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 02.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
20:00 PONTIFEX, Kristallwerk
Montag, 11.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 11.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
Dienstag, 1.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 01.08.2017 :: Programm heute

21:00 The Super 8 Web Portal, Insel in der Mur
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Freitag, 4.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 04.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Grazer Innenstadt
14:00 Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Grazer Innenstadt
17:00 Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Grazer Innenstadt
Montag, 14.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 14.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 20.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 20.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Mittwoch, 9.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 09.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Luftakrobatik, BORG Monsbergergasse
09:00 Mama Muh fährt Boot, Stadtbibliothek Graz Süd
09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Tanzen, BORG Monsbergergasse
12:45 Improvisation & Theater , BORG Monsbergergasse
13:00 Coding for Kids - Programmieren leicht gemacht, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:30 Musik-Tanz-Theater-Werkstatt , BORG Monsbergergasse
Dienstag, 22.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 22.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Samstag, 9.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 09.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
Samstag, 23.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 23.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 3. Mariahilferstraßenfest - Da schaust, Mariahilferplatz
10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz, bis 31.12.
15:00 Biodesign Lab, Palais Attems, bis 01.10.
15:00 EDITH STÜTZ : WESEN-T-L-ICH-T-E - WIRK-L-ICH-T-KEITEN, ATELIER ST. ART .E - GR. ART. Z
16:00 [Eröffnung] Festivalzentrum im Palais Attems, Palais Attems, bis 14.10.
15:00 [Eröffnung] Paradise L., Graz
10:00 Radio Helsinki Audacity-Workshop, Radio Helsinki Funkhaus, bis 28.10.
15:00 TaO!-Infotag für alle Theaterinteressierten, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
14:00 [Abgesagt!] Was kann Kunst?, Forum Stadtpark
00:02 [Festival] steirischer herbst 2017, Verschiedene Orte, bis 15.10.
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, bis 31.10.
Freitag, 22.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 22.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Kaufmann-Herberstein, Theatercafe
Dienstag, 25.7.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 25.07.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Bühne sucht SpielerInnen!, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
09:00 Verschwunden - Gefunden!, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 9.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 09.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Lange Nacht des Kabaretts - Tour 2017/18, Theatercafe
Donnerstag, 24.8.2017
Führungen - 24.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 500 Jahre Reformation, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
18:00 Griesviertel-Rundgang, Graz
Freitag, 15.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 15.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Fluss & Nuss, Pfarre Gösting St. Anna
16:00 Her mit den Prinzen, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
18:00 Fluss & Nuss, Pfarre Gösting St. Anna
Donnerstag, 3.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 03.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
nothing to..., esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Un-Curating the Archive, Camera Austria
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Montag, 21.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 21.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Musikalische Reise: die kleine Spinne WIDERLICH - Komm, wir spielen Schule!, Stadtbibliothek Graz Süd
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Apothekenworkshop, GrazMuseum
15:30 XL: Hip Hop & Breakdance , BORG Monsbergergasse
Samstag, 5.8.2017
Musik - 05.08.2017 :: Programm heute

11:00 AIMS - Eichendorfflieder aus 100 Jahren, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
11:00 Coup d'Savate, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
11:00 Sol Bémol, Hauptplatz
16:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2017, Landhaushof
17:00 Sol Bémol, Hauptplatz
19:30 AIMS Meisterklasse - Deborah Voigt, Minoritensaal
20:00 Ochelie Soroki (Russia, Moscow), Mariahilferplatz
22:00 Pension Fürstenfeld, p.p.c
22:00 Völlig losgelöst! - die extrabreite Soundportal-80er Party!, p.p.c
Dienstag, 12.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 12.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
18:00 Infotreffen: Architektursommer 2018, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Dienstag, 12.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 12.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Bernadette Moser , atelier 12
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Giorgia Fiorio, Atelier Jungwirth
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Konrad Pustola (1976 - 2015): 5 works from ”Dark Rooms”, gottrekorder e.v.
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Årge Kugelstein - Endlich jugendfrei!, Kunsthalle Graz
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 19.9.2017
Musik - 19.09.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Aleksandar Markoviæ & Slowenische Philharmonie, Congress Graz, Stefaniensaal
20:00 Graz meets Danzig, TU - Technische Universität Graz
Samstag, 23.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 23.09.2017 :: Programm heute

12:00 Bezirksfest, Graz
16:00 Das kleine Ich bin Ich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum, bis 24.09.
19:15 Grünschnabel U20 Poetry Slam #11, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
17:00 [Premiere] König Artus, Next Liberty, bis 24.03.
09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum, bis 25.02.
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum, bis 25.02.
Sonntag, 20.8.2017
Führungen - 20.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Mittelalter erleben , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
13:00 Natur in Menschenhand? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Geldgeschichte(n), Universalmuseum Joanneum - Münzkabinett Schloss Eggenberg
15:00 Überblicksführung durch die Ausstellung : 360 Graz - Eine Geschichte der Stadt , GrazMuseum
15:30 Einfühlsames Zeughaus, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
Dienstag, 5.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 05.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Lange Nacht des Kabaretts - Tour 2017/18, Theatercafe
Samstag, 26.8.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 26.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 HUTZI VarietéShow VI - mit Glitzer & Schlagerwurlitzer, Kristallwerk
Freitag, 18.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 18.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 15.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 15.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Filmkunst aus GB, 2012, kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 26.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 26.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:00 Abschlusspräsentation Filmklasse, Schubert Kino
19:45 Filmkunst aus ETH/US 2014, kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 20.8.2017
Musik - 20.08.2017 :: Programm heute

17:00 Flores Negras: Josef Fürpass Ensemble, kunstGarten
19:30 The Casualties (USA, JUZ Explosiv
Sonntag, 30.7.2017
Musik - 30.07.2017 :: Programm heute

09:30 AIMS Messgestaltung - Heilandskirche, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
13:00 AIMS Meistersinger Gesangswettbewerb - Vorausscheidung, Odilien-Institut
20:00 mondo musicale, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
21:30 La Strada's Tribute to the Best: Joe Zawinul & Frank Zappa, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 24.8.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 24.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:30 Schnupperuni - Uni Graz, Universität Graz
20:00 Eine Exklusiv-Auslese & Ein literarischer Glücksfall, ORF Steiermark
Montag, 21.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 21.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Dienstag, 8.8.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 08.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Meet the Conductor - Marius Stieghorst, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Donnerstag, 17.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 17.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Filmkunst aus A/F 2015. , kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Donnerstag, 27.7.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 27.07.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 Filmkunst aus F, 2006, kunstGarten
Freitag, 11.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 11.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Die Bettleroper, Hof des Deutschen Ritterordens
20:00 Trautes Heim, Hof der NMS Ferdinandeum
20:00 Warten auf Godot, ATG Leichtathletikhalle
20:30 Sommerakademie für Theater - Schlussaufführungen 2017, BORG Monsbergergasse
21:30 Sommerakademie für Theater - Schlussaufführungen 2017, BORG Monsbergergasse
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
[ Premiere ] 20:00 PONTIFEX, Kristallwerk
Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 16.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Sonntag, 13.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 13.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 19.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 19.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Joesi Prokopetz, Theatercafe
Samstag, 12.8.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 12.08.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] 20:00 HUTZI VarietéShow I - Fulminante Eröffnung mit Glitzer & Co, Kristallwerk
Mittwoch, 13.9.2017
Führungen - 13.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:00 Stadtgeschichte für Grazer/-innen mit Flucht- und Migrationshintergrund, GrazMuseum
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:30 Lendviertel-Rundgang, Graz
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 2.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 02.09.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] 20:00 Unsauber, Theater im Bahnhof
Mittwoch, 9.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 09.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
21:00 Reif für die Insel: Filmklassiker auf der Murinsel, Insel in der Mur
Dienstag, 1.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 01.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
15:00 Der Fels und der Vogel, Graz
17:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Planet Globokar, Dom im Berg
18:00 Der Fels und der Vogel, Graz
20:00 Machine de Cirque (CA), Opernhaus
Sonntag, 3.9.2017
Führungen - 03.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Museums-Picknick im Grünen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
13:00 SEXperten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
19:00 Überblicksführung durch die Ausstellung : 360 Graz - Eine Geschichte der Stadt , GrazMuseum
Mittwoch, 23.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 23.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
13:00 Coding for Kids - Programmieren leicht gemacht, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:30 XL: Hip Hop & Breakdance , BORG Monsbergergasse
Dienstag, 1.8.2017
Musik - 01.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 AIMS Operettenkonzert - Von Geldgeschäften und Heiratssachen, Pfarrzentrum St. Leonhard
20:00 Interkultureller Musikstammtisch, Gasthof Gehringer
21:00 Musik, die gefällt, Babenbergerhof
Mittwoch, 30.8.2017
Musik - 30.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Dragan Tabakovic Trio feat. Bernd Luef , Generalihof
19:30 Telemannia, Wirtschaftskammer Steiermark
20:00 Liedermacherstammtisch im Humboldtkeller, Humboldtkeller
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
21:00 Summer Movies auf der Murinsel - Under the Sun, Insel in der Mur
Freitag, 11.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 11.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Samstag, 5.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 05.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 A Fuera!, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Schneewittchen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
14:00 Akrobatik im Garten, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Schräg, schräger am schrägsten..., Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
17:00 A Fuera!, Verschiedene Orte
17:00 Alice im Wunderland neu erträumt!, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
17:00 Mnemosyne, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
17:00 Schneewittchen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
21:15 Fous de Bassin, Graz
Mittwoch, 13.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 13.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Alex Identität, Universität Graz
Samstag, 9.9.2017
Führungen - 09.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
13:00 Natur in Menschenhand? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Montag, 31.7.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 31.07.2017 :: Programm heute

19:00 Markus Hell + Heimo Fanck, Volksgartenpavillon
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 07.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
13:00 Science-Detektive, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
19:00 Das Beste aus der Schreibzeit Graz III, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Dienstag, 8.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 08.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Pour le meilleur et pour le pire, Augarten
20:00 Trautes Heim, Hof der NMS Ferdinandeum
Sonntag, 27.8.2017
Führungen - 27.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
13:00 Natur in Menschenhand? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Immer wieder Sonntags, GrazMuseum
Freitag, 28.7.2017
Führungen - 28.07.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Stadtgeflüster, Verschiedene Orte
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 23.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 23.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Samstag, 19.8.2017
Musik - 19.08.2017 :: Programm heute

21:00 Marimbas on top, Krankenhaus der Elisabethinen
22:00 Arbeit Nervt! I Love To Party! , p.p.c
22:00 Bassklinik, p.p.c
23:00 strictly.beats summer sessions PART 3 feat. DISASZT, Postgarage
Samstag, 5.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 05.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:00 every-one, Graz
Samstag, 16.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 16.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Bernadette Moser , atelier 12
Bohren und was bleibt, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
FREE SRI, Dainadoo - Tamilisches Restaurant
Giorgia Fiorio, Atelier Jungwirth
Gottfried Fabian 1905 - 1984, Galerie Leonhard
Grenzenlos, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raum einnehmen II, RHIZOM Annenstraße
Reinhard Roy - "Einen Kreis denken", MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Veronika Eberhart, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Von überall her, kunstGarten
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 17.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 17.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Die Bettleroper, Hof des Deutschen Ritterordens
20:00 Trautes Heim, Hof der NMS Ferdinandeum
20:00 Warten auf Godot, ATG Leichtathletikhalle
Mittwoch, 6.9.2017
Musik - 06.09.2017 :: Programm heute

18:30 Silvio Gabriel, Lendplatz
19:00 Swing-Café, Postgarage
[ Eröffnung ] 19:30 Lieben Sie Brahms, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
21:00 Jazz-Stammtisch im Babenbergerhof, Babenbergerhof
Montag, 14.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 14.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Luftakrobatik, BORG Monsbergergasse
09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Apothekenworkshop, GrazMuseum
15:30 Musik-Tanz-Theater-Werkstatt , BORG Monsbergergasse
Mittwoch, 20.9.2017
Führungen - 20.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:00 Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
18:30 Lendviertel-Rundgang, Graz
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 19.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 19.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Filmkunst aus RUSS/D 2002, kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Sonntag, 10.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 10.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
Montag, 4.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 04.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Mittwoch, 6.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 06.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Samstag, 2.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 02.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Akrobatik im Garten, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 29.7.2017
Ausstellungen - 29.07.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Architecture After the Future, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
[ Finissage ] Form Template and Inter-Contextual Consciousness 2, gottrekorder e.v.
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Productive Wild Archive, rotor (am Volksgarten)
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Sommer/ Summer 2017 at grazer kunstverein, grazer kunstverein im palais trauttmansdorff
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Tom Hartwig, Haus der Kunst Andreas Lendl
Un-Curating the Archive, Camera Austria
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zeichen der Landschaft, kunstGarten
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Freitag, 11.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 11.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Luftakrobatik, BORG Monsbergergasse
09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Tanzen, BORG Monsbergergasse
12:45 Improvisation & Theater , BORG Monsbergergasse
15:30 Musik-Tanz-Theater-Werkstatt , BORG Monsbergergasse
17:00 Alice im Wunderland neu erträumt!, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Freitag, 22.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 22.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Bohren und was bleibt, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Cuban impressions, Artelier Contemporary
Der schöne Mann mit der beredten Pfote, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Edith Temmel, Galerie Centrum Graz
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
FREE SRI, Dainadoo - Tamilisches Restaurant
Giorgia Fiorio, Atelier Jungwirth
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Gottfried Fabian 1905 - 1984, Galerie Leonhard
Grenzenlos, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Günter Brus & Thomas Palme, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Gustav Zankl, ORF Steiermark
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Maria Hahnenkam, GRAZ KUNST / WERKSTADT GRAZ / GALERIE GRAZY
Martin Krenn, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Passé - vue, Schloßberg
PHOTOGRAPHY FIRST STEP, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Reinhard Roy - "Einen Kreis denken", MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Tym Korça, RHIZOM Annenstraße
Veronika Eberhart, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Von überall her, kunstGarten
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 12.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 12.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Ich bin …!, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Un-Curating the Archive, Camera Austria
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zeichen der Landschaft, kunstGarten
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 19.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 19.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
Freitag, 15.9.2017
Führungen - 15.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Freitag, 8.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 08.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Lange Nacht des Kabaretts - Tour 2017/18, Theatercafe
Sonntag, 6.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 06.08.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 19:30 Die Bettleroper, Hof des Deutschen Ritterordens
20:00 Pour le meilleur et pour le pire, Augarten
Mittwoch, 9.8.2017
Führungen - 09.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:30 Lendviertel-Rundgang, Graz
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 12.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 12.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Akrobatik im Garten, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
14:00 Zu Tisch!, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
17:00 Alice im Wunderland neu erträumt!, Hof des Priesterseminars der Diözese Graz-Seckau
Donnerstag, 14.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 14.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
11:00 Wem gehört der öffentliche Raum?, Südtirolerplatz
Sonntag, 27.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 27.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
11:00 Tierische Baumeister , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Akrobatik im Garten, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Zu Fuß voran , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Landeszeughaus
Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 16.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Luftakrobatik, BORG Monsbergergasse
09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
13:00 Coding for Kids - Programmieren leicht gemacht, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:30 Musik-Tanz-Theater-Werkstatt , BORG Monsbergergasse
Donnerstag, 14.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 14.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Bernadette Moser , atelier 12
Bohren und was bleibt, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Cuban impressions, Artelier Contemporary
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Giorgia Fiorio, Atelier Jungwirth
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
[ Eröffnung ] Gottfried Fabian 1905 - 1984, Galerie Leonhard
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Årge Kugelstein - Endlich jugendfrei!, Kunsthalle Graz
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 26.8.2017
Führungen - 26.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Museums-Picknick im Grünen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
13:00 SEXperten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:30 Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

18:00 I Don't Wanna be Me, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Montag, 28.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 28.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Sonntag, 20.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 20.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 15.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 15.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
CDA-Clubmitglieder stellen aus, CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Genderland, Galerie Centrum Graz
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
nothing to..., esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Freitag, 15.9.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 15.09.2017 :: Programm heute

15:00 Es war einmal …, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
19:00 Das Gravitationsfeld der Erde, TU - Technische Universität Graz
19:00 Die Maschine denkt - die Maschine lenkt, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
19:00 Wahl des kleineren Übels?, Radio Helsinki Funkhaus
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
CDA-Clubmitglieder stellen aus, CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
exhibition - zeitumfassend von alpha bis omega, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
[ Eröffnung ] Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Freitag, 15.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 15.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
14:00 Collectors Club, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
18:00 Radio Helsinki Basis-Workshop, Radio Helsinki Funkhaus
Mittwoch, 23.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 23.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
exhibition - zeitumfassend von alpha bis omega, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Genderland, Galerie Centrum Graz
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
[ Eröffnung ] Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Donnerstag, 21.9.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 21.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Meine Familie, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
09:00 Schulprogramm: Aktionstage rund um den Weltfriedenstag, Verschiedene Orte
09:00 Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
15:00 Wenn jemand eine Reise tut, so kann er was erzählen, Universität Graz
16:00 Das kleine Ich bin Ich, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Events
Film & TV
Donnerstag, 24.8.2017, 02:00
Deutsche Bauarbeiter fahren in die bulgarische Provinz, um ein Wasserkraftwerk zu bauen. Misstrauen und Verständigungsprobleme führen zu Konflikten mit den Bewohnern eines nahe gelegenen Dorfs.
Donnerstag, 21.9.2017, 02:00
Wenn eine Gelegenheit anklopft, öffnet das Schicksal die Tür, so heißt es. Norman Oppenheimer (Richard Gere) ist eine kleine Nummer in den Geschäfts- und Politkreisen im Big Apple.
Donnerstag, 10.8.2017, 02:00
Donnerstag, 17.8.2017, 02:00
Statt einen bereits bezahlten Bau­auftrag zu erfüllen, nutzt Ahmad das Geld, um zehn Laptops aus Kanada zu bestellen, die er in Jordanien gewinnbringend verkaufen will. Als die Computer vom Zoll festgehalten werden, wandert er ins Gefängnis.
Donnerstag, 14.9.2017, 02:00
Misako verfasst Audiodeskriptionen für ­Kinofilme.
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017, 02:00
Kairo, 2009, zwei Jahre vor der ägyp­tischen Revolution: Filmemacher Khalid (Alter Ego von Regisseur Tamer El Said) ist auf der Suche nach einer Wohnung – und nach Inspiration für sein aktuelles Projekt.
Donnerstag, 14.9.2017, 02:00
Wie könnte eine Welt aussehen, in der wir keine Tiere mehr essen?
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017, 02:00
Zwei Österreicher mit Migra­tionshintergrund geben sich für eine TV-Doku als Kleinganoven aus.
Donnerstag, 27.7.2017, 02:00
Sie sieht schön altmodisch aus, und eine Inschrift verspricht ihrem Besitzer die Erfüllung von sieben Wünschen.
Donnerstag, 24.8.2017, 02:00
Das ist unser Land!, Drama, Frankreich 2017, Emilie Dequenne, Andre Dussolier, Guillaume Gouix
Donnerstag, 21.9.2017, 02:00
Kommt unsere Milch wirklich von glücklichen Kühen auf grünen Wiesen? Diese Doku blickt hinter die Kulissen der Milchwirtschaft.
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017, 02:00
„Die Pfefferkörner und der Fluch des schwarzen Königs“ ist das erste, äußerst spannende Kinoabenteuer der Hamburger Detektivkids.
Donnerstag, 27.7.2017, 02:00
Günther Weisenborn war in der NS-Zeit Mitglied der Widerstandsgruppe Rote Kapelle und kämpfte auch nach dem Krieg gegen alte Nazis.
News -Kunst - Kultur
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Samstag, 16.9.2017
Musik - 16.09.2017 :: Programm heute

13:00 Aufsteirern Festival 2017, Grazer Innenstadt
13:00 Das Steirische Volksliedwerk beim Aufsteirern in Graz, Grazer Innenstadt
14:00 Klasse von 2017 - Female Edition, Forum Stadtpark
19:30 Phantom der Oper, HIB Graz Liebenau
20:00 Christy Doran & Noel Akchoté (CH / F), Stockwerk
20:00 Konzert beim Aufsteirern, Hauptplatz
20:00 When in Sodom, Club Wakuum
22:00 21st Worst Club, Postgarage
23:00 Deep Space, Postgarage
Sonntag, 13.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 13.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 4.8.2017
Führungen - 04.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Samstag, 26.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 26.08.2017 :: Programm heute

18:30 Sommerakademie für Theater - Schlussaufführungen 2017, BORG Monsbergergasse
20:00 Trautes Heim, Hof der NMS Ferdinandeum
20:00 Warten auf Godot, ATG Leichtathletikhalle
Samstag, 23.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 23.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 3. Mariahilferstraßenfest - Da schaust, Mariahilferplatz
10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz, bis 31.12.
15:00 Biodesign Lab, Palais Attems, bis 01.10.
15:00 EDITH STÜTZ : WESEN-T-L-ICH-T-E - WIRK-L-ICH-T-KEITEN, ATELIER ST. ART .E - GR. ART. Z
16:00 [Eröffnung] Festivalzentrum im Palais Attems, Palais Attems, bis 14.10.
15:00 [Eröffnung] Paradise L., Graz
10:00 Radio Helsinki Audacity-Workshop, Radio Helsinki Funkhaus, bis 28.10.
15:00 TaO!-Infotag für alle Theaterinteressierten, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
14:00 [Abgesagt!] Was kann Kunst?, Forum Stadtpark
00:02 [Festival] steirischer herbst 2017, Verschiedene Orte, bis 15.10.
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, bis 31.10.
Samstag, 9.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 09.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Der Tod in Venedig, Theater im Keller
Sonntag, 13.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 13.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Samstag, 2.9.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 02.09.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Krankgeschrieben - Das Slam Theater, Cuntra la Cultra am Griesplatz
Samstag, 29.7.2017
Führungen - 29.07.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
14:00 Joanneumsviertel, Überblicksführung, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
15:30 Überblicksführung Kunsthaus Graz , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
17:00 Schlossberg-Rundgang, Schloßbergplatz
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
Mittwoch, 6.9.2017
Führungen - 06.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
11:00 RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:30 Lendviertel-Rundgang, Graz
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017
Musik - 07.09.2017 :: Programm heute

18:45 Mozart und die Anderen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Schloss Eggenberg
19:00 Virginia Ernst, Club Wakuum
19:30 Sonderkonzert des Festival Maribor, Congress Graz, Kammermusiksaal
19:30 The Hell Foundation (SOLO), Mike's Cafe Bar
Samstag, 29.7.2017
Musik - 29.07.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 AIMS Meistersinger Gesangswettbewerb - Vorausscheidung, Odilien-Institut
17:30 Blasmusik im Landhaushof 2017, Landhaushof
20:00 Cissokho / Brönnimann / Hason, Mariahilferplatz
21:30 La Strada's Tribute to the Best: Joe Zawinul & Frank Zappa, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
22:00 Arbeit Nervt! I Love To Party! , p.p.c
22:00 Bassklinik, p.p.c
23:00 Fruit Juice #3, Postgarage
Montag, 31.7.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 31.07.2017 :: Programm heute

16:00 While having Soup, Tummelplatz
Dienstag, 25.7.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 25.07.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Bühne sucht SpielerInnen!, Theater am Ortweinplatz - TaO
09:00 Verschwunden - Gefunden!, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Dienstag, 5.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 05.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Elli Türk - "Sanftmütig trotzt du dem Zeitgeist", Galerie Centrum Graz
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
[ Eröffnung ] Konrad Pustola (1976 - 2015): 5 works from ”Dark Rooms”, gottrekorder e.v.
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Årge Kugelstein - Endlich jugendfrei!, Kunsthalle Graz
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Montag, 18.9.2017
Musik - 18.09.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Aleksandar Markoviæ & Slowenische Philharmonie, Congress Graz, Stefaniensaal
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Freitag, 25.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 25.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
19:00 Show + Tortuga #3 Körper {Heft 4} Release: innenaußen, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Freitag, 25.8.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 25.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:30 Schnupperuni - Uni Graz, Universität Graz
Sonntag, 6.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 06.08.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Premiere ] 19:30 Die Bettleroper, Hof des Deutschen Ritterordens
20:00 Pour le meilleur et pour le pire, Augarten
Samstag, 5.8.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 05.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 x-mal Mensch Stuhl, Verschiedene Orte
18:00 x-mal Mensch Stuhl, Verschiedene Orte
Sonntag, 13.8.2017
Musik - 13.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 God Is An Astronaut, Dom im Berg
Samstag, 23.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 23.09.2017 :: Programm heute

16:00 An Occasion, Palais Attems
20:00 Der Tod in Venedig, Theater im Keller
20:00 [Premiere] die alex identität - @wennwirallebürgerkriegen, Universität Graz, bis 18.11.
Sonntag, 27.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 27.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 11.8.2017
Musik - 11.08.2017 :: Programm heute

13:30 AIMS Meisterklasse - Barbara Bonney, Pfarrsaal St. Leonhard
15:00 Metal On The Hill, Schloßberg, Kasemattenbühne
20:00 TanGoGo , Mariahilferplatz
22:00 I love the 90's, p.p.c
Mittwoch, 30.8.2017
Musik - 30.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 Dragan Tabakovic Trio feat. Bernd Luef , Generalihof
19:30 Telemannia, Wirtschaftskammer Steiermark
20:00 Liedermacherstammtisch im Humboldtkeller, Humboldtkeller
Dienstag, 19.9.2017
Führungen - 19.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 07.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Die Lange Nacht des Kabaretts - Tour 2017/18, Theatercafe
Mittwoch, 20.9.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 20.09.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Blickpunkt Mensch - Medizin - Begegnung, Universitätszentrum Theologie
09:00 Symposium Mensch - Medizin - Begegnung, Franziskanerkloster
19:00 Flucht Geschichten, Cafe Zapo
19:30 Ingeborg Maria Ortner, Literaturhaus
19:30 Offen gesagt Band 4 - Die Verantwortung”, Buchhandlung Moser
Sonntag, 3.9.2017
Führungen - 03.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Museums-Picknick im Grünen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
13:00 SEXperten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
19:00 Überblicksführung durch die Ausstellung : 360 Graz - Eine Geschichte der Stadt , GrazMuseum
Freitag, 15.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 15.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
Donnerstag, 17.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 17.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Dienstag, 1.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 01.08.2017 :: Programm heute

21:00 The Super 8 Web Portal, Insel in der Mur
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Musik - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:30 DJ Satan (A), JUZ Explosiv
21:00 Zona Trópica: La Inédita World Tour 2017, Postgarage
Sonntag, 13.8.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 13.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 HUTZI VarietéShow II - mit Glitzer & Rosenspritzer, Kristallwerk
Samstag, 29.7.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 29.07.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 Filmkunst aus GB, 2015, kunstGarten
Dienstag, 22.8.2017
Kinder/Jugend - 22.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Sommeratelier - Porträt , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
15:30 XL: Hip Hop & Breakdance , BORG Monsbergergasse
Donnerstag, 7.9.2017, 18:37
(PR-inside.com) Menschen - Tiere - Böse Buben Lesung, Vernissage

BEERASSA - Philosophisches, Heiteres und allzu Menschliches von Helga BEER

Berthold JANECEK - „Böse Bubengeschichte“

geschüttelt nach H. C. W. Busch „Max und Moritz“

mit Holzschnitten illustriert von Heidrun KARLIC

„Allerlei Tierisches“ von Wolfgang BÄUML ..
Montag, 14.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 14.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Mittwoch, 20.9.2017
Kabarett/Kleinkunst - 20.09.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Joesi Prokopetz, Theatercafe
Mittwoch, 6.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 06.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Montag, 14.8.2017
Führungen - 14.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Mittwoch, 2.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 02.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Grazer Innenstadt
14:00 Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Grazer Innenstadt
17:00 Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Grazer Innenstadt
19:00 Selber singen - Grazer Sommerchor, Pfarrkirche Mariahilf (Minoritenkirche)
Donnerstag, 17.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 17.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Filmkunst aus A/F 2015. , kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 16.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Erwin Wurm , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Genderland, Galerie Centrum Graz
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Inge Morath Portraits, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Kampf und Leidenschaft, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
nothing to..., esc medien kunst labor im Palais Trauttmansdorff
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Verschwundenes Graz. Leopold Budes „Häuser-Aufnahmen” 1863-1912, GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Dienstag, 29.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 29.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
21:00 Summer Movies auf der Murinsel - Under the Sun, Insel in der Mur
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 31.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
[ Vernissage ] Axel Kirchmary - Die Lauer des Paradieses, Arbeiterkammer für Steiermark - Kleiner Saal
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
exhibition - zeitumfassend von alpha bis omega, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Günter Walter, MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
[ Eröffnung ] Årge Kugelstein - Endlich jugendfrei!, Kunsthalle Graz
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
Schwärmen + Vernetzen. , Akademie Graz
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stefanie Hödlmoser, Gotische Halle - Raum für neue Kunst
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Samstag, 5.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 05.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:00 every-one, Graz
Donnerstag, 10.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 10.08.2017 :: Programm heute

09:00 Heroes, Institut für Volkskunde und Kulturanthropologie
10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Freitag, 4.8.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 04.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 x-mal Mensch Stuhl, Verschiedene Orte
18:00 x-mal Mensch Stuhl, Verschiedene Orte
Freitag, 8.9.2017
Öffentlicher Raum - 08.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Der Wasserhahn läuft, Forum Stadtpark
14:00 Gassen Schau(n) Schmied- und Stubenberggasse, Grazer Innenstadt
Dienstag, 22.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 22.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Dienstag, 15.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 15.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Dienstag, 15.8.2017
Theater/Tanz - 15.08.2017 :: Programm heute

20:00 Trautes Heim, Hof der NMS Ferdinandeum
Samstag, 16.9.2017
Ausstellungen - 16.09.2017 :: Programm heute

Bernadette Moser , atelier 12
Bohren und was bleibt, Schaumbad & Freies Atelierhaus Graz
Bridging the Gap, Evangelische Heilandskirche - Martin Luther Haus
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
Ein Hammerschlag…, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte (Palais Herberstein)
Fauth fotografiert, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Museum für Geschichte
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
FREE SRI, Dainadoo - Tamilisches Restaurant
Giorgia Fiorio, Atelier Jungwirth
Gottfried Fabian 1905 - 1984, Galerie Leonhard
Grenzenlos, Cafe Kaiserfeld
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Im Bett , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Volkskundemuseum
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raum einnehmen II, RHIZOM Annenstraße
Reinhard Roy - "Einen Kreis denken", MUWA Museum der Wahrnehmung
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Tafelrunde von Uwe Gallaun, Feinkost Mild
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Veronika Eberhart, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Von überall her, kunstGarten
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Zirkus FRidanella & freDissimo, FRida&freD - Das Grazer Kindermuseum
Freitag, 1.9.2017
Führungen - 01.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Kulinarischer Bier Rundgang am Freitag, Graz Tourismus Information
17:30 Innenhöfe-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
18:00 Kriminaltango - Entdecken Sie die dunklen Seiten von Graz, Landhaushof
20:00 Der Ghost Walk of Grätz, Ghost Walk Treffpunkt
20:30 Abend-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 21.8.2017
Führungen - 21.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Montag, 21.8.2017
Musik - 21.08.2017 :: Programm heute

19:00 Sänger- und Musikantenstammtisch, Babenbergerhof
Freitag, 28.7.2017
Grenzenlos - 28.07.2017 :: Programm heute

Hin & her. Hüben wie drüben., Graz
19:30 Juglar x Juglar, Cofeba
Donnerstag, 27.7.2017
Führungen - 27.07.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
17:00 Mit Ups! und Ah! und Oh!, Mariahilferplatz
17:00 Stadtgeflüster, Verschiedene Orte
18:00 Griesviertel-Rundgang, Graz
Donnerstag, 24.8.2017
Grenzenlos - 24.08.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Samstag, 26.8.2017
Film/Neue Medien - 26.08.2017 :: Programm heute

14:00 Abschlusspräsentation Filmklasse, Schubert Kino
19:45 Filmkunst aus ETH/US 2014, kunstGarten
20:30 LESLIE OPEN 2017: Das Open-Air-Kino im Joanneumsviertel, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel
Freitag, 22.9.2017
Grenzenlos - 22.09.2017 :: Programm heute

steirischer herbst 2017, Verschiedene Orte
10:00 Bill Fontana, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
10:00 Österreichischer Skulpturenpark, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
16:00 Chinesisch Schnupperkurs , Konfuzius-Institut
Mittwoch, 13.9.2017
Lesung/Vortrag/Diskussion - 13.09.2017 :: Programm heute

19:00 LANDDIALOG: Baukultur Südsteiermark, HDA - Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
19:00 Robert Menasse, Literaturhaus
20:00 Graz liest. - offene Lesebühne, Club Wakuum
Samstag, 2.9.2017
Theater/Tanz - 02.09.2017 :: Programm heute

[ Eröffnung ] 20:00 Unsauber, Theater im Bahnhof
Dienstag, 22.8.2017, 10:38
(PR-inside.com) Der Verein Biennale Austria präsentiert vom 16. - 22. Oktober 2017 im AUSSTELLUNGSRAUM, Gumpendorfer Strasse 23, 1060 Wien in der Ausstellung 'blue bleu blau blu 2017 Vienna“ Positionen von Künstlerinnen und Künstler aus Ägypten, Australien, Dänemark, Deutschland, Finnland, Israel, Italien, ..
Sonntag, 30.7.2017
Theater/Tanz - 30.07.2017 :: Programm heute

11:00 Fanfare LE SNOB, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
16:30 Sternstunden der Menschheit, Graz
17:00 Fanfare LE SNOB, Verschiedene Aufführungsorte
19:00 Sternstunden der Menschheit, Graz
20:00 Pour le meilleur et pour le pire, Augarten
21:15 Do Not Clean, Hauptplatz
Sonntag, 17.9.2017
Führungen - 17.09.2017 :: Programm heute

10:00 Stadtrundfahrten mit dem Elektroshuttle, Schloßbergplatz
10:30 Kulinarische Rundgänge, Verschiedene Orte
11:00 Ich bin … Marilyn!, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
11:00 Neuzeit entdecken , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Alte Galerie im Schloss Eggenberg
13:00 SEXperten , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
14:30 Altstadt-Rundgang, Graz Tourismus Information
Dienstag, 22.8.2017
Ausstellungen - 22.08.2017 :: Programm heute

Abstract Hungary, Künstlerhaus Graz - Halle für Kunst & Medien
Alfred Resch, Quartier Leech (Katholische Hochschulgemeinde Graz)
CDA-Clubmitglieder stellen aus, CDA - Club der Amateurfotografen, GewölbeGalerie
Donnerkeil und Dreizack , Hanns Schell Collection in Graz (Schlüsselmuseum)
exhibition - zeitumfassend von alpha bis omega, Künstlersalon Galerie Ursula Stross
Existence & Senses, Galerie Zimmermann Kratochwill
Felix Wiegele , DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
"FormA(R)T": Ausstellung von Michaela Unterlechner, Galerie im Klinikum - LKH - Univ. Klinikum Graz
Fotografie Ortweinschule 2017, Rathaus - Fotogalerie
Genderland, Galerie Centrum Graz
Glettler privat, galerie Sigm. Freud - Landesnervenklinik Sigmund Freud
Grazer Ansichtssachen, Steiermärkische Landesbibliothek
Haegue Yang, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Hans Sfiligoj , atelier 12
Herbert Flois, Galerie Kunst & Handel (Galerie Gerhard Sommer)
Klaus G. Gaida, Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten
Koki Tanaka , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Kunsthaus Graz
Lager Liebenbau - der verborgene Untergrund, SMZ Sozialmedizinisches- und Stadtteilzentrum Jakomini
Markus Pippan, Feinkost Mild
Natur in Menschenhand? Über Wirkungen und unerwünschte Nebenwirkungen, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Raritäten/Rarities - Internationale Skulpturen-Biennale der BVBK 2017, Botanischer Garten
RUSSLAND Kultur.Begegnung, Hypo Bank
Saman Kareem Ahmed, DA LOAM Kunst & Keramikstudio - Selma Etareri
SEXperten. Flotte Bienen, tolle Hechte , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Joanneumsviertel Naturkundemuseum
Soundinstallation , GrazMuseum - ehem. Stadtmuseum
Stephan Lupino , Graz
Susanna Flock, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Tischgemeinschaft, DIÖZESANMUSEUM Graz
Unterwegs - Die Zweite, ORF Steiermark
Vielfaltsfunken Kroatien, Flughafen Graz Thalerhof
Wer bist du? , Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel
Wir brauchen Bäume!, Rathaus - Jugendgalerie
Yoshio Nakajima, Universalmuseum Joanneum - Neue Galerie Graz - Joanneumsviertel BRUSEUM
Central Asia Trade
Archaeology
Montag, 18.9.2017, 17:20
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Maya tomb in northern Guatemala may be oldest in the region to date
    (details)

  • Early collapse of Mycenean tomb led to preservation and protection of grave goods and burial
    (details)

  • Ancient Indian mathematics manuscript predates oldest inscribed zero by 500 years
    (details)

  • Goldsmith’s tomb near the Valley of the Kings one of many recent discoveries in Egypt
    (details)


Mittwoch, 9.8.2017, 14:42

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On the 26 July, despite the traditional British summertime weather, Wessex Archaeology was thrilled to be part of an event held as part of the Festival of Archaeology at Pontefract Castle. Around 200 visitors joined us in our exploration of finds recovered during the works at the Royal Apartments, journeying through the mists of time to discover what people were eating, drinking from and surrounding themselves with hundreds of years ago. 
 

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Visitors had the chance to get hands-on with history; washing animal bone and ceramics only a couple of hundred metres away from where they were used and discarded, to be recovered hundreds of years later during our excavations. Younger visitors were not left wanting with the opportunity to build coil pots and dress up in Anglo-Saxon costume.
 
Artefacts from the castle’s gory past during the civil war were on display, including musket balls found during works to open up the Sally Port and one of the cannon balls recovered from the walls of the keep during the conservation work. Pontefract’s more recent past also came to life in the form of 19th-century tea pots and a commemorative George VI mug. 
 
By Hannah Holbrook
 
 

Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
In Cârlomăneşti, in Eastern Romania's Buzău county nine tombs that date back to the Bronze Age have recently been identified. The graves were identified by specialists from the Buzău county...
Montag, 17.7.2017, 17:57
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Remote eastern desert of Jordan holds hundreds of ancient tombs
    (details)

  • New data challenge idea that Easter Island peoples committed environmental “ecocide”
    (details)

  • Tunnel under Teotihuacan may represent underworld origins of agriculture
    (details)

  • Megalithic monument carvings suggest use for moonlit ceremonies
    (details)


Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
In a small wooden box, 2.650m (8.000 ft) above sea level in the Swiss Alps, archaeologists have uncovered new evidence that could help map the use and spread of ancient...
Donnerstag, 14.9.2017, 15:14

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We recently blogged about the German First World War submarine UC-70 and about how our survey work and advice helped Historic England to legally protect the wreck. However, this submarine is not the only nationally important shipwreck site to have been recently protected as a result of our work for Historic England.
 
In 2015 we undertook a survey of a much older and more mysterious wreck site off the infamous Chesil Beach in Dorset. The Shipwreck project, a Weymouth based community interest company that investigated the maritime heritage of the Dorset coast had found two groups of iron cannon just off the beach, about 200 m apart. We were tasked by Historic England to work with them to survey these sites and advise.
 
Chesil is a very dangerous and steep shingle beach miles long that is exposed to the full force of huge waves sweeping in from the Atlantic. These waves constantly alter the shape of the beach by churning up the shingle. Wooden ships caught in Lyme Bay in a storm and blown onto the beach are reputed to have disintegrated and been absorbed without trace into the top of the beach before the storm abated, only to be spat out again at the bottom of the beach during a storm years later. Ships are also reputed to have split in two as they hit the beach, with part of the vessel then drifting out and sinking a little further out.
 

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The exposed nature of the beach and the fierce tides that run along it, also mean that conditions are rarely good enough for archaeologists to dive there and that these dives are very short, often no more than 30 minutes. As we rarely get more than two or three days to work on any site, this means that we have to use recording techniques that are very quick and efficient, without losing the accuracy and reliability that Historic England and the public expects. As the ‘project lead’, I decided that using traditional measured survey would be too slow and would not produce enough information in the time available. I therefore decided to use photogrammetry, 3D modelling using photographs, a technique that Wessex Archaeology has been at the forefront of pioneering in UK marine archaeology. I tasked my archaeologist colleague and underwater photographer Paolo Croce to photograph both sites using a camera mounted on a frame held at a constant distance from the seabed by suspending it beneath a buoy floating on the surface. This enabled him to take several hundred photographs during a single dive on each site. A second diver took sample measurements to ensure that the models were scaled correctly. I then processed these photographs overnight using photogrammetry software. When satisfied that the resulting models were accurate, I transferred them to a digital drawing app on my tablet and the resulting site plans to traditional waterproof permatrace drawing sheets. As a result, for both sites I was able to send an archaeological diver into the water the next day with a complete and accurate site plan. All that was left for this diver to do on each site was to examine objects in the models that we had identified as being key to the interpretation of the sites.
 

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Both sites remain unidentified and somewhat mysterious. Although there are many recorded losses off Chesil, we are not convinced that these two sites are related to any of them. It may therefore be that the sites are the remains of ships whose losses there are unrecorded or for which records have disappeared. However, with the help of ordnance expert Charles Trollope, we can say certain things about them. One of the sites, the closest inshore, has very large and probably English cannon manufactured between 1675 and 1715. These would only have been carried as the armament of a large warship. As no unaccounted large warship losses can be associated with the site and the guns are of different lengths, the likelihood is that these guns were not armament and were instead being transported as land or naval guns to an English colony or naval base. This was by no means unusual. For example, more than 400 cannon were sent to Barbados alone between 1660 and 1815.  As well as the guns, we found large masses of cannonballs rusted together and the broken pieces of at least one gun. The latter led us to briefly consider the possibility that the site was a cargo of scrap iron that was inbound to England. However, the presence of the cannonballs suggested that this was not particularly likely. Furthermore, local rumour suggested that divers investigating at least one site with similar characteristics in the late 20th century had used explosives to break open large concretions which contained cannon. Unfortunately, the lack of records for these early investigations means that we are not able to positively link them with this site.
 

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Thanks are very much due to Richard Bright-Paul and Grahame Knott of the Shipwreck Project, without whose work the investigations would not have been successful. Grahame has now moved on to found Deeper Dorset. We are also grateful to volunteer Royal Navy diver Oliver Penney and to archaeology student volunteers Lowri Roberts and Tom Harrison, both of whom have gone on to successfully work for Wessex Archaeology as marine archaeologists. 
 
 
 

 

 


Mittwoch, 14.6.2017
New dates for two massive circular wooden enclosures built at West Kennet, close to Avebury (Wiltshire, England), show they predate the first stones erected at nearby Stonehenge by about 800...
Dienstag, 25.7.2017, 14:22

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Salisbury Museum
Festival of Archaeology 2017
In what has rapidly become an annual institution, Phil Harding and Lorraine Mepham joined this year’s Festival of Archaeology to dig a hole in the Museum’s front garden. The aim was to find evidence of the gatehouse for the King’s House which was listed in the Parliamentary Survey of 1649, and depicted in a sketch from 1799, but of which there is now no trace above ground. A preliminary geophysical survey picked up responses suggesting walls, and a 1-metre square test pit was placed to pick up one of these. Work started on Saturday morning, and the remains of the wall were swiftly uncovered. By late afternoon we had exposed the wall down to its foundations, and dug through a series of layers, including a medieval make-up layer containing many fragments of roof tiles, possibly hardcore used to raise the ground level. We were fortunate enough to find good dating evidence for the gatehouse too – a clay tobacco pipe with a maker’s mark came up from the wall’s construction cut, and this could be dated quite closely to the middle of the 17th century, just before the time of the Parliamentary Survey. Rubble from the gatehouse’s demolition included pottery sherds and a glass bottle dating to the late 18th or early 19th century, and once more this tallied with the historical sources – there is a documentary note of the demolition in 1803. The owner of the King’s House at the time was said to have kept a good wine cellar, so the glass bottle that we found could well have come from this! Thanks to Adrian Green and to Owain Hughes of Salisbury Museum for inviting us back to the Festival, and to all those who turned out to visit, despite the weather. We were very glad of our gazebo covering!
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 6.9.2017, 09:01

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WA archaeologist Isger Vigo Somer about to dive on a new wreck in the Thames Estuary discovered by Port of London geophysicists during a routine survey. We are doing this work as part of a wider contract to provide marine archaeological services for Historic England. Isger is using surface supplied diving equipment, identical to that used by civil engineering divers.
 
In the very poor underwater visibility of the estuary, the ability of our divers to locate and map wrecks on the seabed is greatly assisted by our use of USBL acoustic tracking. We pioneered the use in UK archaeology of this offshore technology and have used it regularly since to improve the speed and efficiency of our work.
 
 
Graham Scott Senior Maritime Technical Specialist and Dive Superintendent

Dienstag, 30.5.2017, 19:45
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Well-preserved Alaskan artifacts returned to site after years of conservation in Scotland
    (details)

  • Archaeological site beneath base of earthen mound provides information on migration patterns of earliest inhabitants of the Americas
    (details)

  • Unusually positioned burial found in Medieval eastern Russian cemetery may belong to northeastern Asian tribe
    (details)

  • Embalming materials from Theban elite’s tomb may provide insight into Egyptian mummification process
    (details)


Freitag, 1.9.2017, 11:50

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We are pleased to report that we have had an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) installed in the porch at the side entrance to Portway House.
 
The AED is registered with the ambulance service for public use. This means that anyone within 200m of Portway House who dials 999 for an ambulance (and where there may be a benefit from the use of a defibrillator) will be directed to the AED and given a code to open the lockable safe that houses it. All local business have been informed that the AED is available for emergency use at Portway House.
 

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Evidence suggests that where AEDs have been used, the outcomes for an individual who has had a heart attack are far more favourable than when treatment is delayed until the arrival of the emergency services. 
 
We also have an AED training module, so that our trained First Aiders will have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the AED if they so wish. The training module can also be taken on First Aider/refresher courses for training purposes.
 
We would like to thank the South Portway Management Committee for part funding the AED.
 
By Alan Spooner, Facilities Officer
 
 

Montag, 7.8.2017, 17:30
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Exceptional size and preservation marks a Roman neighborhood in southern France
    (details)

  • Bronze stylus from Turkey marks the importance of literacy across the Roman Empire
    (details)

  • Medieval Angkor hospital site produces statue of hospital shrine guardian
    (details)

  • Newfoundland dig uncovers a 2,000 year old camp
    (details)


Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
A 7-centimetre fragment of a 7,000-year-old baked clay human figurine has been found by archaeologist Piotr Alagierski while on holiday, walking in a cultivated field in one of the villages...
Samstag, 5.8.2017
Archaeologists have made a remarkable find in a 12,000-year-old stone temple known as Göbekli Tepe, in southeastern Turkey, uncovering the remains of human skulls that were stripped of their flesh...
Montag, 19.6.2017, 17:52
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Medieval Ethiopian city is rediscovered
    (details)

  • Icelandic grave reveals Viking buried in his boat with his sword and his dog
    (details)

  • Siberian carved wood statue shows complexity of Mesolithic Age belief systems
    (details)

  • Shipwreck off California is identified as Coast Guard cutter that sank in 1917
    (details)


Montag, 5.6.2017, 18:40
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Four clay heads from Lebanon show mix of Greek, Phoenician and Egyptian styles
    (details)

  • Precolumbian teen burial from Panama shows rare evidence of bone cancer
    (details)

  • Celtic prince’s tomb from France reveals high craftsmanship and multicultural influence
    (details)

  • Mummy DNA shows the extent of Egyptian links to other ancient regions
    (details)


Montag, 31.7.2017, 18:13
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ancient wooden lunchbox from Swiss Alps yields new information on Bronze Age diet
    (details)

  • Rare Persian artifact found in remote Siberian grave
    (details)

  • Chinese Bronze Age chariot from royal tomb shows luxury in size and style
    (details)

  • Mesa Verde uses social media to combat new forms of vandalism at thousand-year-old site
    (details)


Montag, 28.8.2017, 16:22
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Early submarine Hunley’s Civil War battle appears to have caused its own demise
    (details)

  • Residue of 5,000 year old wine found on potsherd from Sicily
    (details)

  • Two new Mycenaean tombs found in Greece
    (details)

  • Babylonian tablet reveals mathematical sophistication that could revolutionize the field
    (details)


Donnerstag, 21.9.2017, 11:35

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Hi, my name is Bob Clarke and I’ve just joined the team as a Research Manager in Post-excavation. I originate from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, although I’ve been ‘down south’ for the last 34 years.
 
I have been involved in archaeology for over 20 years − primarily in Wiltshire but more recently across the South-West. In that time, I’ve filled a number of professional, educational and voluntary roles, a key one being site archaeologist at MoD Boscombe Down. The position encompassed a wide range of inputs; from consultation through to mitigation via watching briefs and full excavation. This ran alongside my other job, the Aviation Curriculum Managers post for the training centre on site. Working with military and aviation archaeology assisted my Doctoral thesis which investigated the role of secrecy in the landscape and introduced a new theoretical approach to the material culture encountered on once-secret sites. My first degree, in Education, focused on curriculum and course design in adult education − utilising archaeology courses delivered in the FE sector. Between 2000-2008 I was Lead Tutor for Archaeology at the Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of Bath, designing and delivering first-year undergraduate courses. 
 
On top of that I am a member of the editorial team for the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, currently covering reviews and excavation and fieldwork reports, and was, until 2016, subject matter expert for Ex Historia, the in-house journal of the University of Exeter. I have received commissions to author for Tempus Publishing, The History Press and Amberley Publishing – recently exceeding 1 million words in print. The subjects are eclectic, but focus mainly on aspects of the archaeology of the 20th century. My research interests are 20th century landscapes of order and power; the material culture of conflict; aviation archaeology (I was an aircraft maintenance specialist for 30 years); the Wiltshire Landscape and making archaeology as accessible as possible to as many members of the population as possible. Beyond archaeology I spend time with my granddaughter, Martha (2.5 years old), and collect original Punk and New Wave vinyl – something of an obsession if I’m honest. I am a great believer in staff development and the promotion of heritage to all areas of the community and look forward to helping with both during my time at Wessex. 
 
By Bob Clarke, Research Manager
 
 

Freitag, 11.8.2017
A new investigation of the stone age rock art panel at Hendraburnick Quoit in Cornwall, southwest England, found nearly ten times the number of markings when viewed in moonlight or...
Freitag, 28.7.2017, 14:31

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A second, very successful season has just been completed at this remarkable Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age midden site by Wessex Archaeology working with Operation Nightingale and Breaking Ground Heritage, supported by Defence Infrastructure Organisation and Landmarc.

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In 2016 we focused on the substantial ditch and bank which enclosed the midden, this year we went in search of contemporary buildings. Opening up a 20 x 20 m area over a complex of postholes identified in 2016, we revealed at least 100 more, many of them substantial, associated with various timber structures. A number of phases are indicated, and amongst the plethora of postholes we identified the majority of two roundhouses, each with a diameter of approximately 11 m. Virtually all of the postholes produced pottery and animal bone, there were several bone spinning/weaving tools, as well as fragments of quern stones.
 
Recording was completed and the site backfilled shortly before a deluge late Friday afternoon. A huge amount was accomplished in two weeks, to a very high standard, shedding further light on what is an important, possibly unique site. As well as the excavations and sitting round the camp fire, there was the opportunity to do some clay modelling, engage in iron smithing and enjoy a feast of Iron Age food.
 
 
 

Freitag, 2.6.2017, 21:01
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.
Donnerstag, 10.8.2017, 11:28
 
During my week at Wessex Archaeology (17−21 July 2017) I was given the opportunity to spend time in each of the departments and in doing so I discovered that archaeology is much more than digging up bones and pottery. It was great to learn how each of the departments linked together in order to piece together a part of time history.
 
Monday 
 
On Monday I was greeted by Linda who gave me a tour of Wessex Archaeology and a brief introduction to the different departments found there. It was surprising to see the variety and standard of equipment they had, and I was intrigued to find out how all of the different departments operated during my week.
I spent the morning with Erica and the team in the Finds department. I was shown the final part of the finds process by Rob and Sophie where they are packaged up and referenced before they are put into museums or storage. 
Later, I was taken to Roberta and Vi in the Geomatics department where I got an insight on processes including photogrammetry, surveying and using software such as CAD. Roberta showed me the work she had done using photogrammetry on a grave − it was amazing to see how the program pieced together hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of photos to create an accurate, detailed image. After this, Vi took me to the carpark where I had a go at GPS mapping and marking a stake-out.
 
Tuesday
 

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On Tuesday, I started off the day working in the Environmental department with Sam where I was shown how soil samples were sieved and sorted once they had been washed. I got to work with a sample taken from a burial site where I used a graded sieve to separate the sample into different grain sizes, then, working with the coarsest bits I picked out anything that was of archaeological interest. For example, I found bits of pottery, struck flint and human bone.
I was then introduced to Inés and I had a go at looking at the flot (anything that floated during the washing stage) under a microscope. The charred seeds and snail shells that were present would help to deduce the type of environment the soil came from.
In the afternoon, I was back in the Finds department, but this time I was helping with the first part of the process: cleaning. With just a toothbrush and a bowl of water I began cleaning bits of pottery, piece by piece.  
 
Wednesday
 
Wednesday was the day of my site visit; I was taken to a dig at Chisenbury midden by Phil. The site focused on the excavation of postholes, one of which I was able to dig myself. I discovered a lot of horse bones and a few pieces of pottery. Visiting Chisenbury gave me an insight of the range of skills needed in order for a dig to run smoothly.
When I got back to the office, I was taken to the Environmental department to see Sam again. This time I was shown how the soil samples are washed when they first arrive. After the sample had been washed, the clean sediment was placed into a kiln to remove any water before it was then sieved. 
 
Thursday
 
On Thursday morning I was given a tour and quick introduction to the Coastal & Marine department by Lowri, where she showed me some artefacts which had been discovered by dredgers and how important it is that they are reported if found. The finds included a mammoth tooth, a cannonball and machine gun parts.I was then given a tour of Unit 2 by Joaquín, where many of the finds and their diving equipment are kept. Many of the finds are kept in water to preserve them and to slowly decrease their salinity. It was overwhelming to see the vast amount of equipment needed for diving and how well organised it needed to be.
After lunch, I was introduced to Kirsten, the senior Osteoarchaeologist. First, she showed me a couple of skulls and told me how you can identify the gender from looking at the shape of facial features such as the chin and eye sockets. We then pieced together a full skeleton and explained how you can identify if they had any diseases and wounds. The person we looked at had gum disease and also, because the bone had an odd porous texture in places, syphilis. 
 
Friday
 
I spent Friday morning with Holly in the Geoarchaeology department. I was really looking forward to this as I study geology at school and am hoping to continue studying it at university; so I was interested to see how much crossover there would be. First, Holly showed me how she would analyse and interpret a borehole sample by looking at the colour, consistency and anything else of interest such as snail shells. 
We then went to her computer where I wrote up my description and interpretation of the borehole. Holly then introduced me to a software called Rock Works, where I input the lithology and stratigraphy of the borehole, which can then be used to produce a stratigraphy diagram.
 
I have thoroughly enjoyed my week with everyone at Wessex Archaeology, it has opened my eyes to the variety of expertise involved in archaeology and it was great to be able to spend time in each department.
 
I would like to thank Rachel Brown for organising my week of work experience and everyone I got to work with for making my time at Wessex Archaeology so fascinating.
 
 
Tilda Julien

Freitag, 8.9.2017, 11:40

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This beautiful 'Long Blade' from Crowdhill near Eastleigh in Hampshire was probably made by a member of a small band of hunters who lived about 10,000 years ago.

These people were relatively mobile and their stop-overs short, leaving few traces of their presence. Therefore discoveries of this type are incredibly important.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dienstag, 29.8.2017, 10:20

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Hello, I'm Ian Atkins. I am an Illustrator based in Wessex Archaeology’s Sheffield office. I trained as an archaeologist, graduating from the University of Bradford in 2006 and since then I have spent my time digging, surveying and illustrating archaeological sites all over the country. I have always been interested in utilising new technologies to record and represent what we discover, therefore I undertook an MSc in Archaeological Computing at the University of Southampton, graduating in 2011. This enabled me to develop some useful skills in areas such as 3D modelling and polynomial texture mapping that I hope to be able to utilise at Wessex.
 
It is great to be working in Sheffield as it is a fantastic city that I have lived in for several years, but it is also reassuring to know that there is a large illustration team with a huge depth of knowledge down in the Salisbury office that I can rely on for help!
 
By Ian Atkins, Graphics Officer
 
 

Montag, 3.7.2017, 21:43
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Stone Age temple in Turkey used skulls in sacred cult
    (details)

  • Innovative acoustic analysis shows rock painters preferred locations with good echoes
    (details)

  • Before Avebury’s stone circle, a square one
    (details)

  • Andean site is oldest evidence of year-round high-altitude occupation
    (details)


Montag, 14.8.2017, 09:45
The offshore dredging industry provides around 20% of the aggregate needed for construction projects across the UK and although all dredging areas are assessed for archaeological potential prior to the granting of the licence, archaeological finds may still be encountered. The dredging process involves extracting sands and gravels from the sea floor and transporting the material in cargos to individual wharves where it is processed for use in the construction industry. As part of the Marine Aggregate Industry Archaeological Protocol, Wessex Archaeology collaborate with Brett Aggregates Ltd, CEMEX UK Materials Ltd, Lafarge Tarmac Ltd, Hanson Aggregates and Kendall Bros Ltd who have UK based wharves as well as international ones.
 
Every year, members of the Coastal & Marine section visit these wharves to discuss and promote the Protocol. As a team, we believe that the success of the Protocol is maintained through our close relationships with the wharves and the face to face interaction that occurs during our visits.
 

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So far this year, Lowri has visited the following wharves:
  • Brett Aggregates Ltd, Cliffe Wharf, Kent;
  • CEMEX UK Materials Ltd, Wessex Wharf, Poole;
  • Tarmac Limited, Burnley Wharf, Southampton;
  • CEMEX UK Materials Ltd, Northfleet Wharf, Kent;
  • CEMEX UK Materials Ltd, Brighton Wharf, West Sussex; and
  • Brett Aggregates Ltd, Ipswich Port, Suffolk.
 
During these visits, we give a short presentation to wharf staff and discuss the different types of archaeological material that may be encountered as well as how it may reach the marine environment. We also bring a collection of finds with us to demonstrate the variety of artefacts that have been reported since the Protocol was first implemented in 2005 so that they know what sort of things to look out for. 
 

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We have enjoyed hearing stories of objects that have been found by individuals who have attended these talks over the years and it is great to see some of the finders reunited with their finds! During the Brighton Wharf visit, Michael Pettitt (pictured) was reunited with the beautiful relish pot that he found and reported in 2009. The pot depicted battle scenes from a Napoleonic period. A partial inscription reads ‘the battle of the A…’ with the final word being missing except for the first letter ‘A’. Looking at Napoleonic Battles with a name beginning with an ‘A’ only 11 examples exist and of this only one battle has ‘the’ before the place name. This is the Battle of la Albuera, which was a small Spanish village where a mixed force of Spanish, Portuguese and British corps faced elements of the French Army of the South on the 16 May 1811. Both sides faced heavy casualties but the French Army was eventually forced to retreat. 
 
This year, we have received some great feedback and suggestions from wharf staff that will help in making the Protocol an even bigger success. As a team, we would like to thank all the wharves we have visited this year for your enthusiasm and making the experience a very enjoyable one for us. You are all amazing, keep up the good work!
 
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
Researchers say that members of early farming communities in in the central Mediterranean preferred to paint images in rock shelters where sounds bounced off walls and into the surrounding countryside....
Freitag, 15.9.2017, 10:31

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The South East Scotland Archaeological Research Framework (SESARF) is now under development covering Edinburgh City, Midlothian, East Lothian and the Scottish Borders. The Research Framework, being led by the South East Scotland Archaeology Partnership and project managed by Wessex Archaeology, will be designed to tie in with and complement the Scottish Archaeological Research Framework (ScARF) which was established in 2012. 
 

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SESARF is being developed in acknowledgement that regional research frameworks will make a useful contribution to archaeology across Scotland for anyone interested in obtaining a current overview of each region. As such SESARF will reflect the current state of knowledge in South East Scotland encompassing all time periods and specialised areas of interest and will also consider where there are gaps in the knowledge how we can move forward to fill these gaps and establish research agendas. 
 
To include as many viewpoints and stakeholders with an interest in the archaeology of South East Scotland as possible, a series of workshops will run throughout the course of the project, targeted at different sectors of the archaeological community. These workshops will be an opportunity to establish key themes and discuss the future direction of SESARF. The first workshops are being run at the end of October 2017 in Edinburgh.
 
You can find out more about the project, workshops and all things SESARF here.
 
 

Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
The mummified remains of a Chalcolithic man were first found in the Olztal Alps, between Austria and Italy, in September 1991. Since then the story of Oetzi the Iceman, as...
Mittwoch, 30.8.2017, 09:17
Wessex Archaeology is proud of its role in helping Historic England to protect two new nationally important historic wrecks.
 

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The first of these, UC-70, was a First World War German mine laying submarine built in 1916 in Hamburg. Carrying their mines in tubes forward of the conning tower, German mine laying submarines operated around the UK throughout the war. The minefields they laid were a particular menace to coastal shipping and regularly closed off both British and French ports. Large numbers of British and allied merchant ships also fell victim to them, threatening the British war effort. The presence of German submarine bases in parts of Flanders that the Royal Navy was unable to attack effectively from the sea was one of the reasons why the British Army and its allies fought the notorious and unsuccessful Third Battle of Ypres, or Passchendaele as it became known. However, it was only by the adoption of the convoy system and a massive effort to bolster anti-submarine defences in the seas around Britain that the U-boat menace was ultimately defeated.
 
Until August 1918, very late in the war, UC-70 was a successful ‘boat’ (submarines are always boats, not ships). Operating from Flanders as far afield as the Bay of Biscay, it sank 33 Allied ships of all sizes with its mines, torpedoes and deck gun. At one point it was sunk by a British shell whilst alongside in the captured port of Ostend, but it was quickly salvaged and patched up.
 
On the 21st August, UC-70 left Zeebrugge for a war patrol off the English east coast. What happened next is unclear, but seven days later a patrolling British bomber followed an oil slick off Whitby. Reaching the end of the slick, the pilot, Lieutenant Arthur Waring, saw the tell-tale shadow of a damaged submarine just below the surface. Waring dropped a bomb close to it. Shortly afterwards the British destroyer Ouse arrived and dropped depth charges through a patch of oil that had come to the surface after the bomb had exploded. More oil and debris came to the surface. Believing the U-boat to have been sunk, British divers were quickly on the scene. These brave men, known as the ‘Tin Openers’, squeezed or cut their way into German submarine wrecks in the hope of finding code books or other intelligence material. They found the sunken submarine on the seabed. There appeared to have been no survivors.
 
3624 The UC-70’s control room, taken using a camera lowered in through the open conning tower hatch © Crown copyright
 
Like many submarine wrecks around the UK coast, the UC-70 drew the attention of late 20th century salvors. By 1991 both bronze propellers had been taken for the valuable metal, even though the wreck is not reported to have been sold for salvage and despite the concern of locals who regarded the wreck as a war grave. Recreational divers also started to visit and the wreck became quite a popular dive site.
 
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The wreck of the UC-70 was identified as being of possible historical and archaeological importance in a desk-based study of submarine wrecks around the English coast commissioned by Historic England. Then, in 2016, an opportunity arose for Historic England to send a Wessex Archaeology dive team to survey it, part of a wider programme of submarine wreck investigations carried out by us off the North-East coast. Arriving during a rare period of good visibility and using CEFAS geophysical survey data provided through the UKHO, our dive team was able to locate and inspect the submarine over the course of a couple of dives in August 2016. UC-70 was observed to be partially intact and lying upright at 25m depth. Considering how close it was to the coast, it was obviously fairly well preserved and its pressure hull resisting the corrosion that is now causing many First World War shipwrecks to rapidly collapse. However, evidence of what may have been late 20th century salvage was quickly spotted. Much of the bow was missing and a large hole in the stern section of the pressure hull (the part of the submarine that does not flood when it dives and within which the crew live) suggested the violent removal of the stern torpedo tube, probably to obtain its valuable non-ferrous metal.
 

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In 1918 the Royal Navy divers had found evidence – open hatches – that some of the crew had managed to get out of the submarine. However, they also found the bodies of some of the crew within. The divers, whose work was both arduous and hazardous, were concerned only with identifying the submarine and finding material valuable to the British war effort against the submarine menace, so many bodies would have been left. In 2016 we saw how salvage can disturb human remains in submarines, as a human skull was seen through the hole in the stern of the submarine. Although we have a crew list, we do not know who this was. Our best guess is that as it was found in the aft torpedo room, it may have been one of the ‘torpedo men’ who operated the stern tube.
 
Following receipt of our report, Historic England decided to recognise the historical and archaeological significance of the UC-70 and its vulnerability by designating it under the Protection of Wrecks Act 1973. Whilst ultimately we cannot hope to protect the submarine from the depredations of time and tide, we are proud of our role in helping Historic England recognising the importance of this small part of our First World War heritage.
 
Working with local volunteers and experts is a key feature of our work for organisations such as Historic England and Historic Environment Scotland, and Wessex Archaeology is grateful to local divers and researchers John Adams, Mike Radley, Anthony Green and Chris Robinson for their help during and after the fieldwork, and also to the Holderness Coast Fishing Industry Group for the use of their research vessel Huntress for diving.
 
Watch out for a news article on the second, rather older wreck coming soon.
 
 
 
 

Freitag, 11.8.2017
Hundreds of ancient stone tombs have been discovered in Jebel Qurma, south of Damascus, in a 'black desert' stretching across northeastern Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Many are covered by stone...
Freitag, 16.6.2017
Archaeologists from Northampton discovered what they believe to be the oldest artefact ever found within Massachusetts (USA). Investigations have focused on how this artefact could provide information for a broader...
Montag, 14.8.2017, 20:10
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ancient statue may provide new information on the importance of women in ancient Anatolian society
    (details)

  • Evidence of cannibalism in English cave may show alternative way of honoring the dead
    (details)

  • Anthropologists use ancient domesticated animals to study human migration in American Southwest
    (details)

  • Sacrificed canine remains tie mythical texts to physical evidence of young men’s Bronze Age rites of passage
    (details)


Freitag, 11.8.2017, 11:41
The Marine Aggregate Industry Archaeological Protocol encourages the reporting and recording of maritime archaeological finds discovered by the aggregate industry during dredging works. The discoveries that come to light form a database of maritime archaeological finds that otherwise may have been discarded as waste material, and the records of these discoveries are shared with local and national archaeological curators, making them accessible to everyone. Over 1600 finds have been reported through the Protocol since its launch in 2005, ranging from metal artefacts to timber and flints. 
 
In May 2006, a collection of artefacts was reported from the Steenkorrel Wharf in Amsterdam. The material came from a load dredged by the CEMEX vessel Sand Falcon from licence area 360 off Great Yarmouth in February 2006. The collection was found to contain wood, peat, mineralised bone, antler and a single piece of struck flint. 
 

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The struck flint was identified as man made by Matt Leivers, a flint specialist here at Wessex Archaeology. The nature of the recovery of the remains means that it is not possible to guarantee that all the items are contemporary. However, the presence of reworked fragments of peat is certainly suggestive that the material has eroded out of a peat layer. If we assume that the material is broadly contemporary then a submerged terrestrial land surface, probably of early Mesolithic date (c. 8500 BC), is the most likely origin of the material. During the last Ice Age a greater proportion of the world’s water was incorporated in ice sheets and sea level dropped. As a result, large expanses of land, now forming the seabed of the North Sea and the English Channel, were available for human habitation. At the end of the Ice Age, sea levels rose as the ice sheets melted and these areas became submerged. Many of these former terrestrial landscapes lie preserved on the seabed. The study of submerged prehistoric landscapes and associated archaeological deposits is still a young science and discoveries of such land surfaces are incredibly important for our understanding of the nature and distribution of prehistoric settlements. The field promises to provide a different and valuable source of information about prehistoric peoples and has the potential to expand our knowledge of those societies and inform terrestrial archaeology, possibly even to transform the currently prevalent, terrestrial perspective itself.
 
 
 
 

Samstag, 5.8.2017
New insights into death rites of the ancient people of Ireland are being provided through studies led by a researcher at the Department of Anatomy at New Zealand's University of...
Dienstag, 5.9.2017, 17:10
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Ancient city of Neapolis recently discovered off the coast of Tunisia
    (details)

  • One of the oldest human skeletons in the Americas is found in a submerged Mexican cave
    (details)

  • Sculpted head found in ancient Israel city is that of mystery Egyptian pharaoh
    (details)

  • Archaeologists use aerial laser scanning to locate long-abandoned Polish village
    (details)


Freitag, 8.9.2017, 09:21

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It is good to be back! Previously, I was at Wessex for seven years as a Project Officer and was involved in site excavations, desk-based assessments, archive preparation and finds analysis. I left in 2002 to be a Finds Manager.
 
Before Wessex I graduated from Bradford University a very long time ago and worked mainly with the then Scottish Urban Archaeological Trust and English Heritage specialising in finds particularly ceramics.
 
Later I had a break from archaeology and worked within the library service thinking it would be just for a few months but ended up being there for 10 years. I thought I had left it too late to try and return to archaeology, thankfully I had some new transferable skills and luckily for me there was still a backlog of archives to work on.
 
I feel that the disciplines of librarianship and archaeology are similar as they both seek to inform and make use of knowledge. Archiving aims to provide a resource that can be revisited and reinterpreted whilst promoting the advancement of education and heritage. It is an exciting time to be a part of the archives team as new countrywide initiatives are taking place. 
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
The extraordinary find of a Bronze Age warrior buried between 2,700 and 2,900 years ago with dagger in one hand, a knife in the other, spiral earrings, and a bronze...
Montag, 22.5.2017, 20:27

Rock Cut Tombs in Sardinia (Sardegna). The necropolis of Noeddale is one of the most significant pre-Nuragic sites in the area of Ossi. It consists of at least six Late Neolithic rock-cut tombs, two of which are decorated with parietal art. They are carved in a rocky slope and a cliff which face the west.
Montag, 24.7.2017, 18:18
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Archaeologists race against time to excavate mosaic-filled Roman ruins in southwestern France
    (details)

  • Bioarchaeological investigation underway on 2,700-year-old Athenian mass grave
    (details)

  • Isotopic analysis of skulls used to interpret purpose of isolated skulls in Midwestern burial mound
    (details)

  • Nubian tomb dating to Egyptian New Kingdom discovered on Nile island
    (details)


Mittwoch, 13.9.2017, 11:34
Recently we talked about the compelling WWI history of our Larkhill site with its practice trenches, tunnels and personal stories of the men that trained there. Excavations here have been undertaken by Wessex Archaeology, on behalf of WYG, for the Defence Infrastructure Organisation. This week we have another interesting find from the same site, but from its more recent history. 
 
Within a WWII artillery position, we found the remains of an MG car, not an everyday find on an archaeological site! Because of the unusual nature of the find we felt that it needed to be recorded in some detail, but standard photography and a plan really wouldn’t have done it justice. Instead, we decided to record the car in 3D using photogrammetry.
 
A large number of photographs were taken by our field team, covering every surface of the car that was accessible with a camera. By ensuring that there is sufficient overlap between these photos we are able to then use photogrammetric software to create a 3D model. This functions by identifying common points within different photographs, working out where each of the photographs was taken from, based on this information, and then using the photographs to create a three-dimensional mesh, based on these two data sets. This mesh is then overlain with a texture generated by combining the colour information from all of the photos used in the creation of the model. 
 
The results of all this hard work can be seen in the Sketchfab model below. To share online the mesh and texture quality has been reduced, keeping file size and loading times to a minimum. The original file is of an even higher quality, allowing you to pick out finer details.
 
 
Once created the model can be scaled, positioned and used for a range of purposes, including creating images, taking measurements, creating orthophotos (images without distortion or perspective) for draw up, detailed off site analysis, public engagement and more.
 
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Having recorded the car and the numbers stamped on its chassis we set out to discover, with the help of historic car expert Jeremy Hawke, which model car it was and how it might have ended up where it was. The car is a 1932 MG J2 with the serial number J2192. We only know of one owner Mr J. H. Howard of Retford, from July 1934, though it likely had other owners. We can tell from the tyre pattern that the car was probably in use until the early 1960s at which point it seems to have been placed in the artillery position. Many cars were patched up during the 1950s to keep them running and this MG J2 is no different. The engine next to the car is not from an MG and was fitted by welding extra brackets to the chassis, and there are lots of common bodged repairs.
 

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The car had been dismantled, presumably for repair by a local soldier, but was then seemingly abandoned. Exactly why this happened we cannot be sure of, but the introduction of the MOT test in 1960 was the end for many cars that had been kept going in this way. It may be that the introduction of the MOT also sentenced this MG J2 to the grave. This car was one of only 2083 of this model made. When it was new in 1932 the MG J2 had a top speed of 65mph and would have cost £199 (in the 1930s, the average annual salary was £200, a 3-bedroom house cost on average £350, and a pint of beer was a tuppence!). 
 
Wessex Archaeology would like to thank Jeremy Hawke for his help in uncovering the story of this unique find. If you know anything about the history of this particular MG J2, or would like to discuss using our photogrammetric recording services, please get in touch. 
 
 
 
 
 

Mittwoch, 16.8.2017
Archaeologists glimpse Manx history A team of archaeologists, students, and local volunteers have for the past twelve months been investigating prehistoric mounds in fields south of Kirk Michael, a village...
Montag, 11.9.2017, 09:23

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Over the last four weeks I have had the incredible experience of working in the Geomatics department at Wessex Archaeology. I have been consistently amazed at the huge number of academic disciplines archeology draws from. Indeed, I have greatly enjoyed taking ideas from disparate areas of materials science and biology to answer a seemingly unrelated question.     
 
The purpose of my project was to give a comparison between the use of lidar (light detection and ranging) derived datasets and the use of UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) derived datasets in the application of discovering archaeological features. This was with the aim of better understanding the limitations of using UAVs.
 
There are two main ways of generating elevation models from the earth’s surface. The first involves reflecting laser pulses from an aircraft off the ground to measure how far the aircraft is from the ground at every point. The second uses multiple aerial photographs to generate a 3D model of the ground. 
 
Data of both kinds was available from 6 different locations across the country.  I numerically compared them to show how similar UAV is to lidar. This was done by subtracting one dataset from the other to show how much they differ. Statistical formulae are also applied to the same end. 
 
I suggested several factors as the cause of these differences including:   
 
The time of year the datasets were collected;
The amount of vegetation present;
The general roughness of the surface; 
The resolution of the lidar and UAV data.
 
I quantified these factors, using a range of techniques, to work out which have the greatest effect on the difference between the two datasets. 
 
My investigation has revealed that differences in elevation datasets are independent of all the factors listed above. This is a surprising conclusion. The differences are too large to be random, so, either the data sample was too small to show any correlation or there is another factor that determines the location consistency. Both possibilities provide exciting opportunities for future investigation, and if this project has done nothing else it has laid out the methodology for doing that. 
 
I would like to thank Wessex Archaeology for this opportunity, in particular Rachel Brown for her organisation and kindness, Richard Milwain for providing the project and supporting me throughout and the Wessex Archaeology Geomatics department for being friendly and accommodating. I would also like to thank Ken Lymer for his assistance in producing a poster. In addition, I would like to thank Sue Diamond, Gillian O’ Carrol and Sam Wenman for coordinating my placement. Lastly, I would like to thank the Nuffield foundation for their financial assistance. 
 
By James Thorn
 

Montag, 26.6.2017, 18:00
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Multispectral imaging technology used to identify inscriptions invisible to the naked eye
    (details)

  • Volcano-shaped mound may hold evidence of solar eclipse ceremony
    (details)

  • Large ancient Egyptian tableaus reveal new information about the development of hieroglyphic writing
    (details)

  • Woven basket paired with wooden base sheds light on mysterious wooden boxes on Japanese historic sites
    (details)


Samstag, 5.8.2017
A 5,000 year old complete funeral urn has been excavated on housing development land in Silsden (West Yorkshire, England); the late Neolithic pot was dug up from the site of...
Montag, 11.9.2017, 16:15
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • DNA evidence shows huge role for women in kicking off Europe’s Bronze Age
    (details)

  • New studies at pre-Classic Maya site highlight the sacred nature of obsidian
    (details)

  • Powerful Viking warrior was a woman, tests confirm
    (details)

  • Search begins for early sites of Ice Age travel along now-submerged Northwest Pacific Coast
    (details)


Montag, 21.8.2017, 16:32
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Excavation on Nile’s West Bank reveal what may be a monk’s complex
    (details)

  • Complex decorations on Iroquoian ceramics used to understand social interactions in 16th century northeastern North America
    (details)

  • Chemical analysis of ancient Roman coins traces the rise of the Roman Empire to acquisition of Spanish silver mines
    (details)

  • Unfinished Nara Period second capital and pagoda discovered near Osaka, Japan
    (details)


Freitag, 22.9.2017, 09:06

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We were delighted to welcome artist Kerry Lemon to our Salisbury office recently to share with her the findings from one of our excavations. 
 
Kerry said:
 
I have been commissioned by Studio Response on behalf of Barratt Homes to create a series of public artworks in Laverstock. These will be sited on the residential development Riverdown Park and the new adjoining country park. I am currently on the research phase of the project, learning all about the culture, history and landscape of the site and surrounding area. Part of this research was to meet with Wessex Archaeology and learn more about the fascinating history of the land. I am really inspired after my recent visit and excited for the next stage of the project − huge thanks to everyone at Wessex Archaeology for making my visit so enjoyable!
 
The archaeological works primarily focused on two key areas, the Barratt Homes/David Wilson Homes Bishopdown residential development to the north of Pearce Way, through their consultants CgMs Consulting, and the associated Wiltshire Council development of Greentrees Junior School immediately to the west, through their consultants Ridge & Partners LLP.
 
 
 

Donnerstag, 17.8.2017
Archaeological evidence suggests that most cannibalism in human history occurred for complex and varied reasons. Human bones found in Gough's Cave - a sizeable limestone cave in Cheddar Gorge in...
Freitag, 16.6.2017
In the summer of 2002 archaeologists excavated an area of Bear Creek in Stanton County (Kansas, USA), who uncovered a mystery buried within the grey soil. They uncovered a thick...
Freitag, 6.10.2017, 13:22

Following on from the success of open days last year with Sheffield Design Week, and this year with the Festival of Archaeology, two further open days are planned for 2017. The first is part of this year’s Heritage Open Days on Friday 8th September, and the second as part of this year’s Sheffield Design week between 21-29th October (date TBC). Wessex Archaeology is offering these rare opportunities to visit the crucible cellars of the former Titanic Works, Malinda Street/Hoyle Street, providing the chance to explore a once commonplace and important part of Sheffield’s industrial past.

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The tours set for Heritage Open Days next week are already fully booked, however, information about forthcoming tours as part of Sheffield Design Week will follow shortly. 
 
The site is located in an area of Sheffield established as a steel manufacturing centre prior to 1850, with the principal surviving buildings of the former Titanic Works dating to that period. The extant building includes a nationally rare crucible furnace with two end stacks. The former works is a Grade II listed building and during the redevelopment of the site in 2008, two previously unknown crucible cellars were unearthed, adding to the known cellar beneath the listed structure.
 
The works was occupied by a series of steel and file manufacturers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. By 1876, the works was occupied by William Mickelthwaite and Co, steel manufacturers, and was listed as the ‘Titanic Works’. If you would like to read more about the Titanic Works look at our publications page for details.
 
Wessex Archaeology will be conducting four 1 hour tours of the crucible cellars at Hoyle Street, all free of charge, on each of the open days. Each tour will accommodate up to six members of the public. The tours will include exploring all three cellars with information about the steel making process, the history and development of the site and its significance within Sheffield.
 
Tours will need to be booked in advance due to limited space within the cellars. Details of how and where to book the next tour date will be publicised shortly.
 
Please be aware that the tours are not suitable for those with impaired mobility or children under the age of 8 years. Suitable footwear (walking boots) is recommended. Any other protective clothing required will be provided. 
 
Come along and delve into Sheffield’s rich industrial past. 
 
 
 
 
 

Samstag, 5.8.2017
A Neolithic burial mound near Stonehenge could contain human remains more than 5,000 years old, experts say. The monument lies in Pewsey Vale, halfway between Avebury and Stonehenge in Wiltshire,...
Montag, 12.6.2017, 18:42
News items read by Laura Pettigrew include:

  • Copper mask and pendant suggest emergence of Argentinean metalworking simultaneously with Peruvian metalworking
    (details)

  • Circular temple, ball court and evidence of human sacrifice found in Mexico City
    (details)

  • Neolithic monument in England 800 years older than original radiocarbon dates suggested
    (details)

  • Human DNA in Oregon caves may provide support for pre-Clovis cultures in North America
    (details)


Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
During the time of one of our ancient ancestors the Neanderthals there also lived a long extinct hominid known as Denisovan. Whilst very little is known about Denisovans we do...
Montag, 31.7.2017, 13:31
 
 
‘It belongs in a museum!’  − these words, said by Indiana Jones often ring out from members of the public when we get a chance to talk about what we have found in our careers as commercial archaeologists. But rather than merely hear tales of treasure, Wessex Archaeology was able to welcome 40 members of the public onto our hotly anticipated site tours of Hollis Croft, and 24 members of the public at the former Titanic Works, Sheffield as part of the Festival of Archaeology on Friday 20 July 2017. 
 
 

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Sheffield wears its identity as the ‘Steel City’ with pride, and the opportunity to explore the industrial past that gives our seven hills its namesake was taken up with avid enthusiasm by the media and public alike. At Hollis Croft, we started off with in-house filming from Wessex Archaeology's film crew of one, Rob Goller, (pic. 1) who began our visual archive of the cementation furnaces and interviews with our very own women of steel, Mili Rajic, Project Manager and Emma Carter, Site Supervisor. The complex industrial landscape at Hollis Croft was artfully unpicked and explained into Rob’s camera which gave both Mili and Emma a chance to warm up before ITV, BBC Look North, BBC Radio Sheffield and The Sheffield Star came to do interviews later that day! (pic. 2). 
 
 
Further down the hill, Lucy Dawson, Built Heritage Project Manager, and Chris Breeden, Spatial Data and Digital Innovation Manager, were carrying out the important gas safety checks donning full breathing apparatus and setting up temporary lighting within the preserved and Grade II listed crucible furnace cellars at the former Titanic Works  in preparation of the media heading to them after being wowed at Hollis Croft (pic. 3). The confined spaces of the cellars meant that only a small number of people were allowed within them at any one time (pic. 4). 
 
 
The level of preservation at Hollis Croft and the former Titanic Works makes both sites very special, expressed at Titanic Works by its listing and preservation in situ, and to have the passion and interest shared by the media was a wonderful experience. What we didn't anticipate, however, was the sheer number of members of the public who also shared our enthusiasm for the archaeology (pic. 5). After Mili’s two radio interviews on Friday morning (BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio Sheffield) the Hollis Croft site began to receive a steady stream of visitors keen to explore their curiosity for the site. Our places on the organised four tours across both sites had already been filled and yet more and more people with interests and even family connections to the sites wished and queued to have a place on the tours. Thanks to thinking on our feet and the extra supply of PPE we were able to offer additional places on our tours at Hollis Croft throughout the day (pic. 6). Unfortunately, this was not possible at Titanic Works due to the confined spaces. Rob headed to the Titanic Works site on the Friday morning to continue the in-house filming of the site and one of the tours. 
 
 
We often look at archaeology from the removed position of the present, but Hollis Croft and the former Titanic Works brought out some very real, poignant memories from our visitors, not least the two ladies who had worked in Sheffield’s cutlery factory and also a member of the public whose family owned business Foot Print Tools which stood on the site at Hollis Croft prior to its demolition and development. It is these first-hand accounts and connections that bring the past alive and we are very grateful for the vast interest and kind words from the public for our sites and our work. 
 
 
Some things indeed ‘belong in a museum’, but we are very fortunate to be given the chance to store those relics through memory and experience of the people of Sheffield.
 
We have been inundated with further requests for tours and we were able to offer a second opportunity to see the Hollis Croft site with two guided tours on Friday 28 July. 
 
In addition, please keep an eye out for further information about future open days at the former Titanic Works. Watch this space!
 
 
A very big thank you goes to everyone at Wessex Archaeology Sheffield office and especially to people who over the last four months worked hard at Hollis Croft: Emma, Amy, Gwen, Justina, Otis, Owen, Ifi, Max, Ciaran, James, Chris, Andrea, Caroline, Alvaro, Ash, Dan, Phil, Nick, Heather, Jonathan, Jamal, Sam, Matt, Mike, Adam and Stu.
 
A big thank you also to SYAS Principal Archaeologist Dinah Saich, to Katy Taylor from TT Communications and to our clients Jonson Associates and Watkins Jones. 
 
 
Emma Carter (Archaeologist), Lucy Dawson (Project Manager, Built Heritage) and Mili Rajic (Senior Archaeologist)

Mittwoch, 14.6.2017
Work has been completed on an innovative film that will bring to life one of the most evocative archaeological sites in Britain. Bryon Celli Ddu is a 5,000-year-old passage grave...
Donnerstag, 31.8.2017
There is a fascinating Department within the Liverpool John Moores University (UK) called 'Face Lab'. Scientists in the laboratory utilise a craniofacial computer system to re-create faces just using the...
Donnerstag, 1.6.2017, 09:10
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, 15.6.2017
A traditional bamboo raft was recently launched in Taimali in Taitung County, Taiwan, as part of a Taiwan-Japan project to explore a sea route between Taiwan and Okinawa which may...
Freitag, 2.6.2017, 12:30
A few years ago Eric Odenheimer had the idea of mapping what lay across the ocean from every beach in North, South and Central America. His popular static map showed which country you would see if you could see all the way across the ocean.

What Odenheimer's map visualizes is the country across the ocean which is on an equivalent latitude. Andy Woodruff was inspired by Odenheimer's map to



Donnerstag, 24.8.2017, 13:49

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Hello! My name is Abby and I joined Wessex at the end of June as the new Consultancy Director based in the Salisbury office. This is a return to Wessex for me after an absence of a few years, so its lovely to be back and to see so many old faces and meet all the new ones!
 
For those of you who don’t know me, I’m an archaeologist by training, graduating from my Masters in Landscape Archaeology at the University of Bristol in 2004. I joined Wessex shortly after and soon focused on the research and report writing side of things tackling the dreaded DBAs!  Wessex created a Heritage Consultancy section in 2005 and I worked in that team until I left in 2011 to explore other opportunities. I then went on to work as a freelance heritage consultant for a number of years based where I live in Frome, Somerset.  
 
It’s really lovely to be back working with a team again and having the opportunity to get involved in some really interesting projects. 
 
By Abby Bryant, Consultancy Director
 
 

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3547 © The Friends of St. Mary’s Bishophill Jnr. York
 
On Saturday 5 August 2017 Wessex Archaeology was invited to address the Bishophill History Group about our recent investigations at the former Oliver House, 20 Bishophill, York. We were invited by Graeme Thomas who is also a church warden at St Mary’s Bishophill, which was the venue for the talk. St Mary’s boasts a Saxon tower and contains impressive fragments of early medieval carvings and is well worth a visit. Attendance was good with 69 people filling the pews, which is a credit to the strength of interest in the area and to the hard work of the Bishophill group.
 

3549 © The Friends of St. Mary’s Bishophill Jnr. York

The archaeological work on the site comprised a series of watching briefs and the excavation of three trial trenches. The most recent watching brief recorded the foundations and cellars of Victorian housing which had previously occupied the site. The trenches went deeper and passed through what was probably the garden soil from the medieval Holy Trinity Priory, down into Roman layers. A series of ‘robber’ trenches were recorded where Roman building materials had been removed for reuse. This removal probably occurred in Roman times. Several surfaces were also seen which probably represent a yard or possibly a road. Finds including glass and painted wall plaster were recovered which were exhibited on Saturday. The construction of new dwellings on the site is underway and the construction project has been designed not to impact the buried archaeology, which is preserved in situ on the site.
 

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However, the star of the show was a Roman altar recovered from the backfill of a Victorian cellar where it was mixed with other rubble. The altar has already been featured on the Wessex Archaeology blog and the attendees were impressed to receive a demonstration of the specialist RTI photography which had revealed carvings of a jug and a libation dish known as a patera. The altar has had a deep bowl carved into the top which probably represents adaptation into a bird bath or planter, perhaps in Victorian times.
 
Wessex Archaeology is grateful to the Bishophill History Group for the chance to share our results with the public and also to the developer who commissioned the work via CgMs Consulting.
 
By Ashley Tuck
 
 
 

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3659 Crowdhill axe with working drawing

This axe from Crowdhill near Eastleigh, Hampshire is 6000 years old (4000 BC),
a time when the Neolithic (New Stone Age) developed from the Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age).
 
It is made in a style that is more characteristic of the Mesolithic period,
so may have been one of the last of this design before the Neolithic models were fully adopted.