Corona has lamed the cultural industry - at least on the surface. But there has been a big increase on the web. The Goethe-Institut Myanmar presents here a selection of online offers of German and international cultural institutions: creative and innovative cultural artists reach the whole world!
The Städel Museum has developed a wide spectrum of digital offers you can use quite independently of your visit to the museum – at home or out and about, on your desktop, tablet or smartphone. Take advantage of our comprehensive digital initiative to experience 700 years of art, free of charge and wherever you like.
The ZKM is at home in the digital world. Through its orientation, the Center for Art and Media is equipped to expand its exhibitions and events into digital space. Every week, the followers of the ZKM channels Facebook and Twitter can expect a comprehensive program of art, culture and society.
The website of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen offers a wide range of digital art experiences: the new K+ Digital Guide to the Picasso exhibition, podcasts, videos, the Collection Online and much more.
The Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie offers a virtual tour through the temporarily closed exhibition venues of the Biennale, which otherwise takes place in Mannheim, Ludwigshafen am Rhein and Heidelberg.
The Philharmonie Berlin is closed during the pandemic, but the Berliner Philharmoniker will still play for you - in the Digital Concert Hall. The orchestra invites you to visit its virtual concert hall free of charge for 30 days.
During the pandemic, United We Stream shows the entire range and diversity of Berlin's club scene on one channel. Every day at 19:00 CET, live streams start with DJ sets, live music and performances. It is also a platform for discussion rounds, lectures and films on club-cultural topics.
Every day at 12:00 CET (in Myanmar: 4:30pm), the Staatsoper Unter den Linden publishes a video from its programme, which is online 24 hours a day. The Video on Demand programme runs until April 19, 2020.
Montreux Jazz Festival would like to bring a little magic into your home! They have made over 50 Festival concerts available to stream for free, including performances by Ray Charles, Wu-Tang Clan, Johnny Cash, Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, Deep Purple, Carlos Santana, and more. This offer is free for 30 days.
Dance Tanz im August
The stage program of the 32nd edition of the international festival Tanz im August, presented by HAU Hebbel am Ufer, will not take place in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Tanz im August team is currently developing a Special Edition 2020 with an alternative programme in digital space. In cooperation with artists*, international festivals and partners*, works from various fields of contemporary dance will be presented.
The "Berliner Festspiele on Demand" site shows films, recordings of stage art and much more. Three "Starke Stücke" from the Theatertreffen 2020 and 2019 can be seen until the end of July. Not only the plays themselves are the content of the videos, but also how the editing from stage to screen is realised with the help of image direction.
The play "Palermo Palermo" by Pina Bausch was first performed in 1989. Shortly after, the film was shot. The digitized and restored film version can now be seen on the website of the Pina Bausch Foundation.
Until further notice, the contributions and documentations of the events Performing Arts Festival Berlin@home are available on Demand and invite you to explore them. The festival took place online between 19th and 24th May 2020.
This year the theatre festival will take place online between 4 and 14 June 2020. Some productions will be subtitled in English. A simple registration is required to access the event. It is worth taking a look!
The Schaubühne is expanding its online programme under the name " Zwangsvorstellungen" (obsessive-compulsive performances) with additional recordings from the video archive and original contributions + German-language first releases - often with English subtitles. Available daily: 6:30pm-00am CET // Myanmar: 11pm-4:30am.
Until further notice, HAU Hebbel am Ufer is moving its program to the Internet under the hashtag #HAUonline. Thus, selected pieces of Spy On Me #2 went online. Digital live concerts, podcasts and performances will follow. Have a look as well on their youtube channel!
With a professionally produced online program, the Haus für Poesie continues its in-house program online. On the new #kanalfuerpoesie, a video or audio program will go on air every Monday at 7:30pm CET (Myanmar: 00:00am).
Kulturama brings international culture into your living room: house concerts live from Buenos Aires, puppet theatre from the kitchen or live acts from the Berlin club scene. Organizers enter their events and open them to international audiences. Spectators can find dates and support artists with donations. Together and in solidarity through this time.
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Bored at home? Check out our fun and interesting free online offers which you can easily discover from the comfort of your own couch. Play, listen, read, test your knowledge – happy exploring!
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