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DIE KUNST, VIELE ZU BLEIBEN | THE ART OF REMAINING MANY

BUNDESWEITE FOREN FÜR KUNST, FREIHEIT UND DEMOKRATIE

The Fonds Darstellende Künste initiates a journey through eight cities with DIE KUNST, VIELE ZU BLEIBEN | THE ART OF REMAINING MANY, standing for art, freedom, and democracy in various gatherings. The two-day program of debates and performances in Leipzig will take place at LOFFT - DAS THEATER and at the Residenz Schauspiel Leipzig.

Attacks on art (and artistic freedom), good debates, and resistant subcultures and perspectives are the focus of the two-day program of debates and performances in Leipzig. On stage at LOFFT, WESSER | MECKERT & Band will present "WIR KRIEGEN EUCH ALLE!" | "WE'LL GET YOU ALL!" addressing the so-called "baseball bat years," while at the Residenz Schauspiel Leipzig, Lina Majdalanie and Rabih Mroué will discuss the impact of nationalist hero myths in SUNNY SUNDAY, using recent events in Poland as an example.

Mirna Funk reports on how a good culture of debate functions from a Jewish perspective and how we can relearn productive, contradiction-tolerant arguing as a form of societal coexistence. This approach is also explored by the networking initiative of the artists from kompliz* in Saxony in dialogue with Eva Hartmann, as well as by Tanja Krone in her activating-activist workshop "SCHÖN AUFMISCHEN! EINE ÜBUNG ZU ANREGENDEM WAHLKAMPF" | "STIR THINGS UP! AN EXERCISE IN STIMULATING CAMPAIGNING". Both seek to put the concept into practice: arguing as a performative-artistic and political strategy awakens civil resilience forces, which seem urgently needed in light of Peter Laudenbach's report of over a hundred right-wing attacks on artistic freedom in his book "Volkstheater".

On the second day, the Radikale Töchter offer a workshop aimed at promoting humanity, attitude, passion, and self-motivated action. Ntando Cele will open up anti-discrimination perspectives, while the Polish theater group Komuna Warszawa will address questions of (political) reason in a workspace and exchange room, highlighting further international viewpoints.

 

Admission to the daytime program is free, but registration is required.

Participants who register for the daytime program will receive discounted tickets for the evening program. The wristband issued at registration on the event day serves as proof of discount at the entrance. Tickets can be booked as usual online through the theaters' ticket shops.

 

 

Complete program of the tour at www.fonds-daku.de.


DIE KUNST, VIELE ZU BLEIBEN. BUNDESWEITE FOREN FÜR KUNST, FREIHEIT UND DEMOKRATIE ist eine Veranstaltungsreihe des Fonds Darstellende Künste in Kooperation mit dem Goethe-Institut, Chamäleon Berlin, fabrik Potsdam, FFT Düsseldorf, Hans Otto Theater Potsdam, HELLERAU – Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Dresden, HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, Impulse Theater Festival, Kunstfest Weimar 2024, LOFFT – DAS THEATER Leipzig, OSTEN Festival Bitterfeld-Wolfen, Plattenstufen-Festspiele präsentiert vom PHOENIX Theaterfestival Erfurt, Residenz Schauspiel Leipzig, Societaetstheater Dresden, Sophiensaele Berlin, Zentralwerk e.V. Dresden, Zirkustheater Festival Dresden. Gefördert von der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen von NEUSTART KULTUR.

GESAMTKURATION Felizitas Stilleke
CO-KURATION Franziska Werner
DRAMATURGIE Fabian Lettow
ASSISTENZ GESAMTKURATION Kate Fenderl
SZENOGRAFIE Philine Rinnert
MITARBEIT SZENOGRAFIE Lotte Dohmen
TECHNISCHE LEITUNG + LICHTDESIGN Anahí Pérez
TECHNISCHE ASSISTENZ Rio Theis
KOMMUNIKATION Sarah Rosenau
PRODUKTIONSLEITUNG krass&krasser (Franziska Bald, Ann-Kristin Meivers, Lara Yilmaz)
PROJEKTLEITUNG FONDS Björn Frers, Steffen Klewar
PROJEKTKOORDINATION FONDS Anna Kondring
KOMMUNIKATION FONDS Anne John, Carolin Meyer
GRAFIK Uta Oettel
VIDEOGESTALTUNG Roman Hagenbrock
ÜBERSETZUNG Christopher Langer

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Free entry, registration requiered. (daytime program)

Past dates

02.06.2024
Sunday, 11:00
LOFFT - DAS THEATER + Spinnereigelände