Start is this completely new event series 1-4 May 2008 at Schloss Hohenbrunn near Linz, walk along the Mondsee Lake to Coburg via Braunau (Austria) and Bamberg to Wurzburg, Castle Heinersreuth, visits Bad Reichenhall and Hartenstein, goes back to Austria – to St. Martin bei Lofer, basks in the Kaiservilla Bad Ischl, on gut Ising am Chiemsee and Schloss Ortenburg Castle and ends according to current plans (subject to change) on the 26 interboot in the design center in Linz. More info: actress. a total 14 events in South Germany and Austria in absolute dream take place (see enclosed schedule). Some events with medieval markets offer with the Knights of the Crown”spectacular jousting, the others are fair of senses with fanfare” specializing in countries an international Multi-Kulti offer from all men. In any case is for Entertainment, body, soul and well catered for all generations. I think the combination of art and culture for all generations as great offer for our visitors. We want to offer our visitors in the future not only pure sales fairs, but entertaining events with lots of fun, concerts, entertainment, and culture for the whole family. Wolfgang Klemenz, CEO of INN fair cooperation with NICOLAS EVENTS is pleased and at admission prices, who can afford even a family of four! “.
Interested exhibitors, dealers and artists can sign up. Cards is possible by E-mail to Birgit Bernard via. Press contact, accreditation and marketing collaborations: Gaby Gunther Media marketing & PR forest school, 81827 Munich phone: + 49 (0) 89 456 654 91 or + 49 (0) 173 52 77 330 E-mail: bodhran and Multi-Kulti events NICOLAS EVENTS Mr Rene Nicolas Ismaninger str. 28, 85464 Eicher lane phone: + 49 (0) 8123 92 78 72 or + 49 (0) 178 45 777 00 E-mail: “Homepage: Garden Show art & Garden” INN fair GmbH Mr Wolfgang Klemenz Distr. Altotting / Burghausen – Kulmbach – A-Linz lower village-str. 20, D-84547 Emmerting phone: + 49 (0) 8679 91680-0, fax: + 49 (0) 8679 – 91680-10, mobile: + 49 (0) 177 274 87 13 email: Website: – Munich, January 2008/Gaby Gunther
Season opening at Tonning Hotel Miramar In the sixth year of the exhibition realigns its focus the Eidersperrwerk Hotel Miramar (Eiderstedt/Schleswig-Holstein) and would like to move above all the cultural landscape Eiderstedt / West Coast in the heart of its activities. Carried out two of the year’s exhibitions will air in collaboration with the art”. Art climate is a project of over 50 artists, presenting itself with joint exhibitions and brochures of an interested public (www.kunstklima.de). The term art climate”is to take this quite literally: because who here lives in the harsh climate of the North Sea coast, is of course also directly influenced the landscape and its features and incorporated this into his works. To the start of the season on 15 March 10-15 local artists show therefore works on the topic of North Sea spring”, which are mostly specially created for this exhibition and by an expert jury have been selected. The regional and the seasonal reference should be clearly expressed.
This first exhibition organised jointly by the art climate and the Hotel Miramar should use an accent that will give the impulse of to another, more creative collaboration. By the same author: Margaret Loesser Robinson. Raises this term which associations North Sea spring”for the artists? And what makes a spring on the North Sea so special? The artistic responses are as varied as the techniques; but they have in common: they all are characterized by the rough nature of the coast, where it has year after year feeling, the spring must fight it particularly hard for his awakening. And you can tell in the pictures and photographs: they hover between the spring light of optimism and a delicate melancholy in the face of the indomitable forces of nature which at any time can turn a tepid Fruhlingsluftchen in an unfriendly spring storm. Exactly in this field of tension, the works move the Art-air artists and so also the viewer provide impetus, to reflect on the cultural landscape of Eiderstedt. The following artists have agreed to participate: Thomas Freund; Urte Walter-Kolb; Sibille Rehder; Karen Seggelke; Ursula Schultz Sana; Helga Hoppe; Karin Dreyer; Elena Steinke; Edda Maria Schmidtke; Sigrid Nolte Schefold; Frauke Petersen; Christine Hahn; Manfred Hahn; Monika Rathlev, Linda Hamkens.
Opening: 15.3.2009, 11:30. Introduction to the exhibition: Dr. Katrin Schafer Hotel Miramar, Westerstr. 21, 25832 Tonning, Tel.: 04861-9090. opening hours: daily 8:00 to 23:00. Until 3 May 2009 events and press releases: Dr. Katrin Schafer, Tel.: 04841 / 939662
Strategies for easy, effective, and exhilarating practicing for musicians. Relaxation, pleasure and good feelings in practice: What musicians not desires? That and how this is possible, a course in the Academy BURG FuRSTENECK from 12-13 November 2009 is the musician, psychologist and body therapist teaches Andreas Burzik. For more information see this site: Jorge Perez. Playful lightness, fun and creativity: \”Practicing in the flow\” promotes the immersion in the game and specifically uses the ability of the body to a smooth, effortless operation. The method combines a high accuracy in the listening and sensing of the instrument with a playful, improvisatory development of study material. This combination of musical expression and deep internalization of motion makes it very effective as well as highly emotionally satisfying. Every musician knows this exhilarating moments: it immerses himself in his game, forget the time and everything around them. If you have read about Adam Sandler already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Create fluent movements and impulses and effortlessly out of the gameplay itself, merge action and consciousness, it becomes one with what you are doing.
\”Flow\” is the psychological term for these extraordinary experiences. They are an expression of a holistic functioning of the brain, which maps the consciousness and can be easily and effortlessly expire even highly complex activities. The findings of flow research allow to generate these special conditions and to use their creative potential for the artistic process. \”Practice in the flow\” is an effective and physically as emotionally satisfying method of daily ubepraxis. BURG FuRSTENECK is located in the Centre of Germany and offers accommodation and catering in the just elaborately renovated Castle from the 13th century next to the course These costs are already included in the price.
More information and registration see:… An experience report to this course can be found at: harfenforum.oliverfriedrich.de/… BURG FuRSTENECK – Academy for vocational and music cultural training the Academy BURG FuRSTENECK is an educational institution in Hesse with supra-regional, nonpartisan and nondenominational alignment.
Remember remember keep losing this year not only the District of Neukolln (formerly Rixdorf) celebrates 650-jahriges anniversary. In September, on top of that is the passage”, the connection between Karl-Marx-Strasse and Richard Street, at the age of 100. “This is a due cause, for the 48 hours Neukolln is titled memory” to devote. From an urban planning point of view, the passage is”undoubtedly one of the most distinctive landmarks of the Karl-Marx-Strasse. In 2010 the location for the Central Festival-info point here.” Just a few hundred metres away from the hustle and bustle on the bustling Karl-Marx-Strasse the historical Bohemian village”.
We know that Friedrich Wilhelm I. granted refuge in the former Rieksdorf a group of Bohemian refugees 1737″. “Much indicates that the integration” was the first migrants not without conflicts. The Bohemia settled at first in the outskirts of the village. “As Bohmisch Rixdorf” received Community of immigrants from 1797 even its own administration.
At the reunion of the two municipalities of Bohmisch Rixdorf and German Rixdorf in 1874 lived already 8,000 people in the village, whose population has grown so rapidly, that it received the city rights in 1899. You cannot come to see certain parallels between the historical and the current situation in the populous district of Berlin. Then as now it comes to the theme”integration and cultural identity. Neukolln is a melting pot where people from 165 Nations meet at the beginning of the 21st century. (Inter) cultural projects have a bridging role in tackling the challenge, to (he) find another as a community again. “Almost half a century the Museum Neukolln was” the most important address for the teaching of history and culture of everyday life in Berlin-Neukolln “in the Ganghofer road. Immediately after moving to the BRITZ Manor”are the premises during the 48 hours of Neukolln “host two exhibitions, the with varying focus the theme of memory” devoted to: horizons sixteen artists take position for the city history and make them visible as a storage medium of various political events, societies and individual realities.