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Enjoy a lively dialogue with the arts in exhibition tours, concerts and theatre performances, lectures or parties. Your can find information on our current concerts under Klang & Form

February 2023
  • Sunday
    05
    February
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Georges Adéagbo
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Get to know the Beninese installation artist in a guided tour. Information about the exhibition can be found here.Please understand that we keep the group sizes limited. Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection (FFP2 or medical mask) in the exhibition rooms and also keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres during the tour. Thank you very much.

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  • Saturday
    11
    February
    11 h
    Event
    Creative workshop
    Print things workshop

    In Georges Adéagbo's art, we experience an intensive turning to the individual object. Our workshop would also like to open up an unusual approach to objects and materials and show how imaginatively you can print with everyday objects.The thing-printing workshop with Sabine Dittmer is suitable for families and creative people of all ages.Participation fee 20 eurosBecause of the limited number of participants, we ask for advance registration under 040/ 82242116 or by mail.

     

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  • Sunday
    12
    February
    18 h
    Klang & Form
    Concerts and Theatre
    in the Ernst Barlach Haus
  • Sunday
    12
    February
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Georges Adéagbo
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Get to know the Beninese installation artist in a guided tour. Information about the exhibition can be found here.Please understand that we keep the group sizes limited. Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection (FFP2 or medical mask) in the exhibition rooms and also keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres during the tour. Thank you very much.

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  • Sunday
    19
    February
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Georges Adéagbo
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Get to know the Beninese installation artist in a guided tour. Information about the exhibition can be found here.Please understand that we keep the group sizes limited. Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection (FFP2 or medical mask) in the exhibition rooms and also keep a minimum distance of 1.5 metres during the tour. Thank you very much.

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  • Sunday
    19
    February
    Closing date
    Today ends our special exhibition
    Last day »À l’école de Ernest Barlach, le sculpteur«

    Open from 11 am to 6 pm.

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March 2023
  • Sunday
    05
    March
    13 h
    Opening Day
    Herman Scherer
    Angles and Edges
    A Swiss Expressionist

    Opening Day. Experience our new exhibition. Open today from 13 to 18.

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  • Sunday
    12
    March
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    19
    March
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    26
    March
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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April 2023
  • Sunday
    02
    April
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    09
    April
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    16
    April
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    23
    April
    Klang & Form
    Concerts and Theatre
    in the Ernst Barlach Haus
  • Sunday
    23
    April
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    30
    April
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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May 2023
  • Sunday
    07
    May
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    14
    May
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    21
    May
    18 h
    Klang & Form
    Concerts and Theatre
    in the Ernst Barlach Haus
  • Sunday
    21
    May
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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  • Sunday
    28
    May
    12 h
    Guided tour
    Herman Scherer
    Explore the exhibition
    in German

    Hermann Scherer is one of Switzerland’s most important expressionists. In 1924 he takes a radical new direction: inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, the trained stonemason works in wood for the first time. He produces 25 sculptures and over 100 woodcuts until his early death in 1927.

    Pre-registration for participation is not required. We recommend that you continue to wear mouth-nose protection in the exhibition rooms. Thank you very much.

     

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June 2023