Premiumplätze für die Theaterkunst
Theater im Herz der Städte
Architektur-, Theater- und Technikgeschichte neu erschließen.
Leitfaden und Orientierungshilfe für den Bau, den Erhalt und die Sanierung von Theatern und Kulturbauten
Dr. Günter Winands,
Ministerialdirektor und Amtschef bei der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien
Mehr Theater wagen!
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender des Vorstandes der Deutschen Theatertechnischen Gesellschaft
Die Bedeutung des Stadttheaters für die Baukultur
Prof. Reiner Nagel, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Bundesstiftung Baukultur
12:40 Uhr Mittagspause
13:30 Ein Leitfaden für Veranstaltungsorte
13:50 Studie der Uni Köln zur Lüftungsanalyse
14:30 IM/Material Theatre Spaces
Vermittlungsstrategien für historische und zukünftige Theaterarchitekturen
sowie deren digitale Umsetzung in physischen, augmentierten und virtuellen Räumen
Franziska Ritter, Prof. Bri Newesely, Pablo Dornhege
14:50 Uhr: Das Architekturmuseum Frankfurt
Frau Dr. Jürges*
Akademie für Theater und Digitalität Dortmund
Neue Wege für Kultur und Forschung
Sebastian Franssen, Michael Eickhoff, Wesko Rohde
Chancen der Sanierung: Mitarbeiterzentrierte Arbeitsplatzgestaltung im laufenden Betrieb.
Ein erstes Resümee.
Andreas Mohnke (Riedel Communications)
Die besondere Bedeutung des Theaters für die Stadtentwicklung 4.0
Prof. Oliver Scheytt, Prof. Nagel, Marc Grandmontagne, Wesko Rohde, Hans Joachim Rau, Reinhold Daberto + Gäste
Premium seats for the theatre arts
Theatre in the heart of the cities
A new approach to the history of architecture, theatre and technology.
Guideline and orientation aid for the construction, maintenance and renovation of theatres and cultural buildings
Dr. Günter Winands
Ministerial Director and Head of Office at the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media
More Theatres dare!
Wesko Rohde, Chairman of the Board of the Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft
The significance of the municipal theatre for building culture
Prof. Reiner Nagel, Chairman of the Board of the Bundesstiftung Baukultur
12:40 Lunch break
A guide for venues
A study by the University of Cologne on ventilation analysis
IM/Material Theatre Spaces
Mediation strategies for historical and future theatre architectures and their digital implementation in physical, augmented and virtual spaces
Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege,
The Architecture Museum Frankfurt
Academy for Theatre and Digitality Dortmund
New ways for culture and research
Sebastian Franssen, Michael Eickhoff, Wesko Rohde
Opportunities for renovation: employee-centred workplace design during ongoing operations.
Andreas Mohnke (Riedel Communications)
The special importance of theatre for urban development 4.0
Prof. Oliver Scheytt, Prof. Nagel, Marc Grandmontagne, Wesko Rohde, Hans Joachim Rau, Reinhold Daberto + guests
It is not only in the course of demographic change that the barrier-free design of cultural buildings is of more concern than ever to those responsible; the social discourse on equal rights on the labour market is also ensuring a steadily growing presence of this topic.
Theatre stages in particular pose increasingly detailed challenges due to their spatial individuality and their demands on the technical infrastructure.
This lecture is dedicated to accessibility from the point of view of event technology and the design of the necessary workplace. Can the confrontation with barriers modest new efficiencies? What means can be used in synergy to achieve performative and receptive quality?
Speaker: Alexander von Graffenried (BWKI)
Safety wire rope holders made in Germany: whether for stage or event technology, our safety wire rope part holders have been developed in consultation with leading industry specialists and certified by TÜV(GS) in accordance with the requirements of DGUV regulation 17 and BGI 810-3. Visit us at the Round Table and learn more about our wire rope suspensions with several safety levels.
Speaker: Burghard Busch (Räder Busch), Marinos Papaqsaqul (Räder Busch)
SERAPID system for the hall transformation of large event venues, the advantages of curved rows of seats and SERAPID freight elevator systems for logistics support
Speaker: Klaus Würkner (Serapid)
To appeal to producers and patrons, auditoriums in multipurpose halls must now find ways to host many different types of events over the duration of an entire year to remain efficient and sustainable. Space modularity is becoming widely recognized as a practical solution to deal with this issue. The SwissTech Convention Center (STCC) which capitalized on such built-in flexibility to create efficient and dynamic spaces is a prime example of a facility able to both enhance users’ experience and respond to today’s entertainment and meeting industry requirements. The STCC was made modular and scalable through a Gala Venue® automated Flooring and Seating System as well as movable walls provided by Skyfold. As one of the most flexible facilities in the world, it can rapidly configure halls with capacities ranging from 330 to 3000 seats, separate into 3 different auditoriums and can adapt layouts to suit a broad variety of entertainment and business events. Almost completely booked in its first year of operation and in subsequent years, the STCC is rightly considered the benchmark for future automated multipurpose auditoriums. This presentation will give a comprehensive progress report for the STCC including events and use of this exciting modular building.
Speaker: Robert Heimbach (V.P. Gala Systems),
LED lighting is gaining more and more importance in the light technology market. This development definitely includes our stages and function halls as well. Although this technology has reached a remarkable degree of perfection over recent years and offers major advantages, there may be deficiencies as well. We would like to use an exemplary project to point out both the strong and the weak points this technology involves when installed in the various venues, and then discuss them controversially with you. Where does LED lighting set limits to artistic freedom? Which are the benefits this energy-efficient technology provides and how can we use it to best effect? With our innovative brands we are able to help you minimize any problems that may arise.
This presentation by Conductix-Wampfler will provide an introduction about the latest state-of-the-art technologies regarding the electrification and data communication for rotary stage applications. You will learn about contactless energy supply systems such as inductive power supply and conductive solutions, as well as data transmission systems which can be wireless or fiber optic based. The presentation is specifically targeted for stage builders and theater operators who want to push the boundaries of stage design, but it also serves as a perfect overview for everyone who has to do with this application.
Speaker: Dominik Kübler (Conductix Wampfler),
Current developments in the field of rail, projection and acoustic systems – Gerriets
Speaker: Andreas Bickel (Gerriets GmbH)
– Needs assessment
– Up to 90% reduction of energy consumtion
– Which poits are to consider at changeover?
– Color temperature and necessary light intensity – Lighting control and building automation
Speaker: Gerhard Feiner (Feiner Lichttechnik),
In the lecture technical solutions for an interim theatre as well as for a multifunctional event construction will be presented.
In the first part the forms of execution and possibilities for an interim construction will be presented. A different useful life/rental period will also be discussed.
In the second part a multifunctional event construction will be presented, which can be realized within a few months (based on the practical example “Hafen 1” in Wolfsburg).
Speaker: Michael Kelm, Bernd Helnstadt (NÜSSLI (Deutschland) GmbH ),
Using the example of mobile battery-operated stage technology from HOAC®, the use of energy from renewable sources with the help of innovative battery exchange stations is explained. These maintenance-free “Sharing Points” deliver energy to standardized open source battery modules and can be used in theatres for a wide variety of electro mobile applications. This is a contribution to the EU Directive 2009/28/EC.
Speaker: Dr. Gabriele Högg (HOAC),
Network technology in the theatre – possibilities and developments for the optimisation of communication and lighting technology. An overview of techniques and protocols, possible applications and possible solutions.
Speaker: Timo Toups (cast),
The renovation of stage machinery in theatres very often takes place during the summer break. It has been observed for several years that the framework conditions for such remediation measures are changing. Especially temporal aspects play an important role. The effects of these framework conditions on the remediation measure with all parties involved will be examined on the basis of a field report.
Speaker: Christian Freimüller (SBS Bühnentechnik),
Using examples, we show solutions that are outstanding in our day-to-day business. (Recent developments in show theatres in China, timing and synchronization of roboters on cruise liners, customized overall solutions for “immersive environment” etc.)
Control is all about the interaction with the “flow” of the production, other subsystems, light and projection or the actor or spectator.
Performing is the business of our customers, for Waagner Biro it’s the performance of our systems and people.
Speaker: Alexander Amon, Oliver Brück (Waagner-Biro),
Digitalisation has long since found its way into everyday stage life. Hardly any effect device is still operated manually. All have network interfaces and are operated from any control console. Automation is progressing in giant steps. Processes and movements are stored in 3D coordinates and called up according to time code.
3D tracking in stage space will be another great “game changer” in our industry. It’s the logical next step if all elements in the show “know” where they are and can tell the controller where they are. Intelligent effect machines such as moving lights, video projections or sound panning systems deliver the dynamic effect exactly where the actor is.
zactrack® is a 3D radio tracking system for all applications in show business. Whether for the individual actor on the cabaret stage, the Prima Ballerina at the opera or the rock ‘n’ roll star at the open air in front of thousands of fans, the zactrack® system provides precise position data for all of them and controls hundreds of moving lights, dynamic video projections and 3D sound. And all this at the same time!
In this lecture:
– Meet the developers of the successful zactrack® system.
– Testimonials and examples from theatre, opera, musical and rock ‘n’ roll
– Experience the live use of the zactrack system during the lecture.
Speaker: Werner Petricek (zacktrack GmbH),
Actors of the night plant rainforest
For every event many resources of our world are consumed. It has long been necessary to compensate for this. Rainforest protection and reforestation helps the world! Initiated and supported by the actors of the night, a special project is presented.
Speaker: Tina Kitzing (Beuth Hochschule), Katja Wiese (Naturefund),
Clear the stage: active oxygen – the new player in show business
Chemical-free cleaning for dance and drama
Speaker: Roland Krüger (1st Selection),
The experience report of a very current move to the substitute venue, which will become the main venue of a four-section theatre for 2 years. Moving in in July of 2019, right after the Stage Set Senery. Experience of a very short planning phase and dealing with a very tight financial framework.
Speaker: Thomas Lüdicke (theapro),