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Karlsruhe: City of Media Arts: light globes for media art city

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of December 13th, 2019 City of Media Arts: Illuminated globes for media art city ILLUMINATED GLOBE INSTALLATION on the balcony of the town hall. Dr. Albert Kauflein, Head of the Department of Culture Dr. Susanne Asche, light artist Rainer Kehres and Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup before the installation. Photo: Fränkle Further information Karlsruhe City of Media Arts With the light globe installation on the balcony of the town hall, it behaves like what happens on the cinema screen - from further back you can see better, light effects and messages can be grasped as a whole. The light artist Rainer Kehres devised the blue cascade of 99 globes on the occasion of Karlsruhe's inclusion as the first and only German city in the worldwide UNESCO network as the “Creative City of Media Arts”. Further local media art projects are to follow. From mid-January, the city will therefore be promoting the ideas of Karlsruhe artists and media professionals as well as international exchange with a budget. Media art is part of Karlsruhe's DNA, the title is “award and commission at the same time”, explained Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup on Monday in front of the media. Internationalization must become “even more of a characteristic of our city”, cooperation networks and partnerships with the global south must be expanded. Media art is part of the “core brand” of Karlsruhe, directed Mayor Dr. Albert Kauflein takes a look at the long-standing and “now appreciated” priorities and potentials. There are plenty of examples. Yoreme Waltz expressed the great interest of "Tanz Karlsruhe" in continuing to work at the interface between dance and media art, Gerald Rouvinez (Kulturring) provided information about the "had a pig" culture night in May, which will be expanded to include a light and media art competition, and Oliver Langewitz (Filmboard) referred to the international response to the “Independent Days” and collaborations with Uganda and India. The ZKM, whose director Peter Weibel read out a long list of innovative exhibition formats that wandered all over the world and inspired people, has no doubt maintains the best contacts all over the world. "We have always been good," promised the head of the cultural office, Dr. Susanne Asche from the action plan developed for the application for the next four years, new impulses and the deepening of existing projects. The illuminated “cascade” can be seen until February 16, every quarter of an hour the ticker reminds you “Karlsruhe. UNESCO City of Media Arts ”for the honorary title. The globes hang upside down with the south pole up. According to Kehres, this changed “the perspectives in the proverbial worldview”. -maf- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsruhe: Culture: On the trail of truthfulness

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of December 13th, 2019 Culture: On the trail of truthfulness THE MOTHER OF GOD WITH BREAD reveals the purest love between mother and child and is one of the most poignant portraits of the Baldung show. Photo: Fränkle Impressive retrospective of the work of Hans Baldung Griens in the Kunsthalle With Hans Baldung Grien, the Kunsthalle is organizing a second exciting retrospective, one of the most exciting and idiosyncratic artists in the field of tension between the Reformation, iconoclasm and the peasant war, until March 8, 60 years after the first groundbreaking one . Around 250 works, including 80 of his own and 60 by contemporaries such as his teacher Dürer, von Cranach and Schongauer, cast a spell over the audience. Baldung alternates between religion, for which his main work, the high altar of the Freiburg Minster featured in the media show, and the world with often magically dark, also erotic works such as the pornographic witchcraft drawings and woodcuts. At home in all media, in addition to oil and glass painting, he was also active as a printmaker and virtuoso draftsman, who was born in Schwäbisch Gmünd in 1484/85 and worked in Nuremberg, Freiburg and Strasbourg from 1501 until his death in 1545 on the threshold of late Gothic and Renaissance his own hyper-precise mannerist style. Often his characters, such as Eva with Snake from 1510, look directly at viewers from the picture and turn them into actors themselves. It is always about the foundations of existence, about becoming and passing away, love, death, suffering and joy. After Dürer's death, the Strasbourg councilor advanced to become the most respected painter of his time with his own workshop. Its presence in international museums still testifies to this today. 65 lenders from 13 countries equipped the show. The self-portrait of the 18-year-old, which opens the tour and is flanked by one of the artist's few statements: “Me, Hans Baldung Moler”, already proves his pronounced self-confidence. Also impressive are his portraits of wealthy clients, who show youthful curiosity, sunken melancholy or established self-confidence up to calculating or scheming nature. The two famous history paintings in the Kunsthalle are also highlights. On the one hand, the Margrave table, with which Margrave Christoph I tried to establish the ultimately unsuccessful succession regulation in favor of his middle son Philip. And the recently acquired fragments “Lot and his daughters”, the seduction of the pious man by his own children, which unite both poles of Baldung's work, called “holy / unholy” in the subtitle of the show. -cal- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsruhe: Christmas City: Children's activities in winter

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of December 13, 2019 Christmas City: Children's activities in winter DAS KINDERLAND ST. STEPHAN with its enchanting fairytale world offers a particularly atmospheric atmosphere for young and old in the evening.Photo: Fränkle Many offers for the little guests in the Christmas city of Karlsruhe From ice-skating courses to children's plays and Christmas craft workshops: There is every year in the Christmas city of Karlsruhe again great offers for children who get in the mood for Christmas and sweeten the waiting time. The cultural and leisure facilities offer special program items and activities that make children's hearts beat faster and are also ideal for unique birthday parties. This year, too, the little guests can look forward to a festively decorated children's area on the St. Stephan church square. Here a magical fairy tale world with fairy tale characters, a talking tree and a children's train becomes a reality. Until Epiphany on Monday, January 6th, magicians, handicraft demonstrations, the Christmas bead and numerous surprise guests ensure unforgettable Christmas experiences for the whole family. On the Advent Sundays, the Christ Child also fulfills ten Christmas wishes that have been drawn. There is also a lot for the little guests to discover next door on Friedrichsplatz, and the children can also bake cookies in the children's bakery and take the delicacies home with them. A real eye-catcher is the “Flying Santa Claus” floating in the air: twice a day (5pm and 7pm) he flies over Friedrichsplatz and then hands out small gifts to the children. In the Ettlinger Tor shopping center there is also a children's Christmas bakery and an extensive stage program with live music, puppet theater and children's make-up. At the Stadtwerke Eiszeit on the Schlossplatz, ice skating fun is guaranteed and safer with little polar bears to support. In addition, the churches, but also institutions such as the nature conservation center Rappenwört, forest education, museums and theaters offer other children's activities. From workshops in which Christmas decorations and gifts are made to Christmas theater pieces for children. Further information on both the children's offers and the overall Christmas city program coordinated by KME Karlsruhe Marketing und Event GmbH (KME) can be found at -red - / - fis- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsburgstrasse - City Lexicon

View into Leopldstrasse (today Karlsburgstrasse), on the left the district court, on the right the palace gardens, 1929, Pfinzgaumuseum Durlach UI 1244. Postcard with a view from Karlsburg onto Schlossplatz with Traindenkmal and row of houses on Karlsburgstrasse, in the background the Turmberg, 1937, J. Velten Verlag, Pfinzgaumuseum Durlach UI 1807. Karlsburgstraße Karlsburgstraße in the Karlsruhe district of Durlach branches off from Pfinztalstraße to the south, runs past Karlsburg and ends at Badener Straße (B 3). Side streets are Prinzessenstrasse to the west and Karl-Weysser-Strasse to the east. It was named in 1938 after the Karlsburg, the namesake of which its builder was Margrave Karl II of Baden-Durlach. Around 1906 until it was renamed, it was called Leopoldstrasse. The dominant building on Karlsburgstrasse is the eponymous Karlsburg on the western side of the street. Today the Karlsburg is home to, among other things, the Durlach registry office, the Pfinzgaumuseum, the Carpathian German Museum, classrooms for the adult education center and the castle school, the historic ballroom and the Durlach district library. In front of Karlsburg on the corner of Pfinztalstrasse and Karlsburgstrasse, the Traindenkmal has stood since 1928, commemorating the Badischer Train Battalion No. 14. On the east side of the Durlacher Schlossplatz there is a closed row of houses that was built in the first half of the 19th century. It was only then that the ruins of the old Karlsburg were torn down in this area. The buildings correspond in their division to the type of the urban "gateway house", as it was widespread in bourgeois residential buildings in Baden in the early 19th century and can still be seen today, for example, in the houses on Karlsruhe's Stephanienstraße. The houses number 1 to 11 are all listed. The Durlach District Court is located at Karlsburgstrasse 10. It is a three-story solid building with a cornice and arched windows. The palace gardens are located south of the palace and also west of Karlsburgstrasse. It is the oldest garden in the city of Karlsruhe. Alfred Becher 2018 Sources Street names in Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe 1994, p. 124 (= Karlsruhe contributions No. 7); (accessed on February 25, 2018); (accessed on February 27, 2018). Retrieved from "" Contact Imprint Privacy Policy Login

Karlsruhe: Gamification Congress: bizplay in Karlsruhe

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of September 15, 2017 Gamification Congress: bizplay in Karlsruhe BIZPLAY: Gamification Congress on September 28. Photo: S. Jacques Trends in playification "Playing moves and affects all areas of society, be it in education and learning, art and technology or living and working," says Prof. Dr. Steffen P. Walz and is looking forward to the next bizplay, of which he is the curator. Because on Thursday, September 28th, the Gamification Congress brings experts from Germany and abroad to the stages of Tollhaus and Perfect Futur in Karlsruhe. The program includes - as the CyberForum reports - lectures, panels and workshops dealing with the latest developments in the field of playification. Adam Moravanzky, Director of GameWorks Engineering at Nvidia, offers exciting insights into the latest innovations from the graphics and chip manufacturer, Tom Felber from Spiel des Jahres e. V. talks about seriousness in games and the effects on real life. Dr. Susanne Rupp and Holger Tuletz from Cornelsen Verlag present two innovative learning concepts that playfully integrate virtual reality (VR), coding and apps into everyday school life. The sixth bizplay also offers a broad platform for networking and exchange. Beginners, advanced and experts can experience gamification up close on the bizplay. For example the virtual reality flight simulation from Icaros, which combines fitness and virtual reality - with VR glasses, a fitness game and a new type of fitness device. And Nagual Dance translates body movements from a 3D camera into music in real time. The organizers of the bizplay are CyberForum e. V., K3 - Karlsruhe cultural and creative business office, the Karlsruhe exhibition and congress GmbH and the gerenwa GmbH. The day ticket costs 95 euros. Founders, schoolchildren, students, the unemployed and people with disabilities pay 39 euros. -red- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsruhe: School renovations: save appearance

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of September 22, 2017 School renovations: save appearance ORIGINARY, WATERPROOF and accessible for professionals, the slates were laid on the roof of the Hans-Thoma-Schule. Architect Halder, HGW manager Sick and BM Obert are satisfied. Photo: Bastian School renovations are also about respect for the building. A young city like Karlsruhe also has formative buildings that, from the point of view of those responsible, should not be kept in good shape according to today's modern and tomorrow irritating taste, but rather authentically. Like the Hans Thoma School. The Office for Building Construction and Building Management (HGW) once again used the summer holidays for repairs and renovations, which can be better or only then implemented during the non-teaching period. The inner-city school with the Karlsruhe building construction office got its slate roof back from Thomas Halder. We continue together - on the facade. After carefully checking various layers, the terracotta color in the upper (frieze) and the natural sandstone in the lower area (base) should be regained for the original appearance. Loose parts are removed and replaced. “As close to the original as possible”, emphasized Mayor Michael Obert on site a principle of respect, in this case towards the late 19th century. It can't be colder than five degrees for the good of the material, so the construction site will probably still exist in 2018. In any case, the school, like many other learning and living buildings, remains on the seemingly endless to-do list. The effort is only visible when you are working, explained HGW director Anne Sick. Beiertheim's particularly inclusive primary school received an elevator. Around five million euros went into a total of 30 measures to remove structural damage, for fire protection, toilet renovations and barrier-free usability and accessibility. Another 3.5 million euros will benefit other public buildings, according to the Städtische Galerie for the long-awaited better illumination (LED) of the exhibits. -mab- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsruhe: Success: Multi-generation project "Quartier im Albgrün"

Karlsruhe: City newspaper, October 6th 2017 edition Success: Multi-generation project "Quartier im Albgrün" COMMITTED: Citizen mentor Heide Wroblewski runs "Wohnen am Albgrün" as honorary managing director. Photo: AfSta / Strobel-Heck Citizen mentor Heide Wroblewski: "You have to be interested in others. I have time for others." For Heide Wroblewski, success is when she wins over others to join in. Because helping each other is what defines the multi-generational project "Quartier im Albgrün". For six years she accompanied the project on a voluntary basis as managing director. Approaching people, convincing them and encouraging them is what the foreign language secretary is all about. She bursts with enthusiasm when she tells how the community life in the housing project came about and how it works. "You have to be interested in others and be able to put your own interests aside." A long way lies behind her. After completing her training, she was a correspondent for a radio and television station, worked for a pension insurance company and for a security service, for which she supervised art exhibitions.Further training has always been part of her life: journalism at a large daily newspaper, studying at a business and administration academy. She lived in Hamburg, Berlin and the Frankfurt area until she came to Karlsruhe and retired there. It was over quickly. She was fascinated by a report on a multigenerational housing project. Living in a community of young and old, who shape their lives independently and self-determinedly and are there for each other, was exactly what she wanted. Somebody had to coordinate the whole thing and hold it together. Wroblewski's diverse professional experience and advanced training made her predestined for this. The community elected her as honorary manager. She knew that the full cooperation of all those involved was necessary and the basic requirement for success. The training to become a citizen mentor came at the right time for the demanding task. "This has given me security and incentives to keep going," she said. Now the 104 apartments have been occupied, common rooms have been set up, and outdoor areas have been planted and greened. Everything is available to everyone and is maintained by the community. Wroblewski had initiated a cooking course for men that became a sure-fire success. There are exhibitions and summer festivals. The children can play anywhere. The biggest problem, the establishment of a day nursery, could be solved together. "That connected more than anything else," says Wroblewski. -AfSta - / - RSH- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsruhe: Culture: In the footsteps of Isang Yun

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of October 6th, 2017 Culture: In the footsteps of Isang Yun THE NOTOS QUINTET will play works by Isang Yun and Toshio Hoswkawa in the Velte-Saal on October 13th. Photo. pr More information Zeitgenuss on the Internet Festival Zeitgenuss again at the Musikhochschule from October 12th / Now more compact "Zeitgenuss" focuses on Isang Yun's music from October 12th to 15th. For the fifth time, the Festival for Music of Our Time, with seven programmatically condensed concerts and a panel discussion with a new concept in Campus One and the Christ Church, is more compact. Born in 1917 in the Japanese-occupied Korea and died in 1995 as a German citizen in Berlin, Yun, according to his most important student Toshio Hosokawa, sought "his Korean homeland in music". Guests from South Korea will play, including confidants of the composer such as Roswitha Staege and Walter Grimmer, lecturers and students at the music academy as well as Karlsruhe ensembles such as Tema or, for the first time, the Notos quintet. A bridge from Korea to Karlsruhe and into the present will be built with two world premieres of works by two young Korean composers, Eun-Ji Anna Lee and Heera Kim, who studied with Wolfgang Rihm and Markus Hechtle. In addition to the concerts, an Isang Yun exhibition can be seen, which previously appeared in the foyer of the Philharmonie in Berlin and was designed by the Isang Yun Society Berlin. The festival starts on October 12th with a mix of traditional and new Korean music. It ends on October 15th with choral works sung by the concert and chamber choir of the Christ Church and Cantus Juvenum under the direction of Prof. Carsten Wiebusch. On October 14, there will also be a discussion on Isang Yun and Korea with the aforementioned artistic companions, the director of the International Isang Yun Society Berlin, Walter-Wolfgang Sparrer, and Oan-Ho Meng from the Goethe-Institut Korea. The program was curated by Yuns, an artistic pioneer who died in April, the clarinetist Eduard Brunner, and the director of the program is Hartmut Höll, the rector of the music academy, and Dr. Susanne Asche. Tickets and festival pass at all advance booking offices. -cal / red- To the overview of the weekly edition

Karlsruhe Monument Day: Guided tour "Art Nouveau around Europaplatz"

Karlsruhe Memorial Day: Guided Tour "Art Nouveau Around Europaplatz" Start Start List by Distance by Category by District by Alphabet Map Favorites Search © Stattreisen Karlsruhe e.V. Guided Tour "Art Nouveau around Europaplatz" Contribution to the Open Monument Day on September 8th, 2019 Karlstr. 10 Meeting point, opening times and guided tours 11 am: Guided tour “Art Nouveau around Europaplatz” (Rebekka Bücheler ,stattreisen Karlsruhe e.V.) Meeting point: in front of the entrance to the Prinz-Max-Palais in Karlstr. 10 Information on how to get there Modern Art Nouveau facades replace or blend with historicism. The tour shows the former Homburger bank, the Moningerhaus and the Stephanienbrunnen behind the Postgalerie, which at the time triggered a great debate on morality. cached General Information District: Inner City-West Postal Code: 76133 Development plan number: Right value (UTM): 455753.3 Upper value (UTM): 5428872.88 Upper value (GK): 3455811.02 Upper value (GK): 5430605.61 Longitude: 8.39 ° E. Latitude: 49.01 ° n.Br. Area information Nearest stops (linear distance) Europaplatz (Kaiser) (136 m) LIVE! Line / s: S1, S11, S2, S5, S51, S52, Tram 1, 2, 3, 6, Bus NL3, NL5 Europapl. (Karlstr.) (179 m) LIVE! Line / s: S1, S11, S51, S52, Tram 2, 3, 4, 6 Click / tap on LIVE! To call up the current departure times of the respective stop in the KVV departure monitor. You can find more up-to-date information on public transport at Next multi-storey car parks / underground car parks (linear distance) Akademiestraße (88 m) Hotel Kübler (209 m) You can find more up-to-date information on parking in the mobility portal. Last updated: April 26, 2021 Directions Plan your route with Google Maps Other monuments nearby: Guided tour of the “Regional Court and Federal Constitutional Court” Distance: 0.31 km 7 and 7 / Cultural monuments 1950-2000 in Karlsruhe - today and tomorrow Distance: 0.32 km from the Catholic Church of St. Stephan : 0.40 km Staatliche Kunsthalle Distance: 0.44 km Christ Church Karlsruhe Distance: 0.57 km Museum near the market Distance: 0.67 km Distances are given starting from the market square, Karlsruhe center. imprint

Karlsruhe: KIT in the town hall: everyone is talking about security

Karlsruhe: Stadtzeitung edition of January 31, 2014 KIT in the town hall: Safety on everyone's lips BROAD SPECTRUM: An exhibition in the town hall foyer provided information last week about the work of the KIT competence area. Photo: Fränkle Further information KIT Modern communication options and access to a larger amount of information are part of everyday life today. The related security of IT systems was the topic of the "KIT im Rathaus" event last week. Under the title "Safe is safe?" the competence area "Information, Communication and Organization" at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) gave insights into its work. According to Mayor Dr. Frank Mentrup. "We make ourselves more and more transparent people." Today it is hardly possible without information and communication technologies, confirmed Professor Dr. Wilfried Juling, KIT Chief Information Officer. Nevertheless, with a view to the theft of online data, he asked himself: "Should we also develop everything that is technically feasible?" After the presentation of the competence center by Professor Dr. Beckert dedicated himself to Professor Dr. Müller-Quade from the Institute for Theoretical Computer Science on the question "Can security be proven?". Security is complicated, he noted. Models, assumptions and evidence must make security gaps understandable and can thus lead to progress. Nevertheless: "There is no such thing as one hundred percent security." Professor Dr. Martina Zitterbart from the Institute for Telematics. "Sensors can be attacked," she warned. The aim is to combine security and convenience and to create smart security solutions for an intelligent environment of the future. How is IT security legally secure? This is the question that Dr. Oliver Raabe from the Center for Applied Law. Because today technology development is faster than legislation. -döp- To the overview of the weekly edition