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
What possibilities are there for professional associations to work together internationally? Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany have created an example by working on a further training model (ETTE). What other possibilities are there? A discussion round…
Exchange of information between international professional associations and OISTAT centres.
Joint projects, goals, ideas:
– creation of an international knowledge platform on qualifications, seminars, workshops
– international recognition of degrees, examinations and certificates
– new projects of the world organisation OISTAT to promote young talent
Participants: Bert Determann, President of OISTAT;
Moderation: Hubert Eckart, DTHG
We would like to introduce Crew United as a network of the film and television industry and find out in dialogue what people who work in the event and theatre industry need for their own presentation and professional networking.
Representatives and experts from DIN NVBF, the standards committee for event technology, image and film, and delegates in CEN/TC 433 Entertainment Technology will provide information on the status of current standardization projects and look forward to discussing questions and requirements from the industry.
Speaker: Andreas Bickel (DTHG-Beauftragter),
We would like to introduce Crew United as a network of the film and television industry and find out in dialogue what people and companies working in the event and theatre industry will need in the future for digital tools, e.g. in recruiting, team communication or event planning and calculation.
Hardly any other technical facility in the theatre world has been more discussed and questioned than the Iron Curtain.
In April 2016, the NVBF 5 Standards Committee therefore finally decided to draw up a set of rules for safety equipment in places of assembly. The DIN SPEC (technical specification) serves as a quick means for the establishment of a technical standard on the market or as a possible preparation for a European standardization project.
The working group, consisting of users, manufacturers, planners and accident insurance companies, makes the draft available for inspection and hopes to receive the necessary comments from the industry.
Speaker: Felix Malkowski (DEKRA),
The European Union has issued guidelines with safety requirements for the free movement of goods for the manufacture and placing on the market of products, which are reflected in the regulations and rules on occupational health and safety. Building law is also characterised by clear regulations and technical standards. These regulations and standards are not always transferable to decorative construction.
The industry standard considers all life phases of decorations as well as the special use and the resulting requirements, e.g. short and limited use, tests during each installation, monitoring during use / operation, etc.
Speaker: Prof Stephan Rolfes, Sacha Ritter (IGVW),
The planned IGVW document: “Selection, tasks and assignment of an event manager according to the specifications of the MVStättVO §38” specifies and describes the function, tasks, requirements and assignment of the event manager in the sense of the Muster Versammlungstättenverordnung. It also describes the interfaces to other areas of responsibility when business events are held in meeting places. The current work status can be presented to the interested public for the first time and offers the opportunity for exchange and coordination.
Speaker: Dietmar Bläs (IGVW), Olaf Grambow (DTHG), Christian Buschhoff (DTHG), Sacha Ritter (IGVW),
– the social dialogue in Europe as a means of shaping the future
– How are standards developed outside the EU, example Russia
– Standards, laws, norms – where do the differences lie?
– Discussion of methods for solving similar problems in an international context
Speaker: Genadij Galitzki (APTK), Sacha Ritter (IGVW), Hubert Eckart (OISTAT), Chris van Goethem (STEPP),
New definition of trade fair experience. Presentation of a concept exhibition stand live on the Stage.
Speaker: Georg Winkel (SWOOFLE),
In an increasingly networked, flexible, fast-moving world, the traditional hierarchically rigid structures with their inertia no longer function in theatre companies. In addition to the theatre-typical difficult working hours and poor pay, there are unnecessary organisational problems, friction losses and decision-making backlogs. In this way, even willing employees* are demotivated and leave the theatre or do not even accept the position.
In order to master these new challenges, different leadership concepts and a new corporate culture are needed, away from the omniscient lonely leader towards networked teams whose members assume the extensive leadership responsibility according to their competence.
The core of this new organisational development is self-organisation – at management and team level.
The purpose of this RoundTable is to get to know the basics of agile work, to clear up myths about self-organisation and to stimulate discussion about new, more flexible structures in cooperation.
Speaker: Christina Barandun,
Social partners of the EU Social Dialogue Committees in the Audiovisual and Live Performance sectors have been working together in the field of professional training and skills development since 2012. This co-operation started with a feasibility study, followed by a first project phase (2014-2016). The second project phase, launched in February 2017, and implemented in partnership with national skills councils, educational bodies and professional associations, ended in March 2019. Social partners at European level and national skills councils created Creative Skills Europe, the European Platform for Employment and Training in the Audiovisual and Live Performance sectors, and achieved the key results
Speaker: Daphne Tepper, Richard Polaczek
A theoretical seminar about speech intelligibility and its importance for all performances.
– Importance of consonants
– Dynamic range of voice
– Microphone technology
– Placement of microphone
The seminar will be held in English by Global Education and Application Manager, Bo Brinck (DPA Microphones )