Termine und Veranstaltungen

Apr
2
Di
CyberRäuber TRANSFORMING THE STAGE – Using VR/AR in classical theatre to create the hyperstage @ TU Berlin, studio 484, Masterstudiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum,
Apr 2 um 19:00 – 21:00

During the last two years the artist’s CyberRäuber have successfully brought theatre experiences, stages and actors into virtual reality. However VR has far broader implications that can help to transform the theatre stage as well as augment acting as we know it today. Building impossible stage sets and merging the physical world with virtual objects and spaces is only the beginning. Giving actors new ways of expression and interaction while transforming the stage will be the topic of this talk.

Lecture: Marcel Karnapke (CyberRäuber)
Tuesday, 2nd April 2019 at 7 pm
Location: TU Berlin, studio 484, Masterstudiengang Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum, Ackerstrasse 76, 13355 Berlin
Lecture is held in english, free entry
Link Facebook Event 

Today’s virtual and augmented reality technologies are prone to reshape the future of many different areas and trades first and foremost the entertainment industry. In this talk we are going to look at the lessons learned within the last two years of working on concept and examining ideas that have the potential to enhance and transform the theatre stage by utilizing these novel technologies in unconventional ways. Theatre has in a sense always been about creating artificial worlds through the usage of narrative and visions in the form of varying stage sets to give the audience a notion of presence within the play. Building upon these notions we are going to ask what virtual and augmented reality can bring to the table especially when combined with established stage departments like lights, audio or video projection.

Furthermore we are going to talk about ideas that merge the built physical stage set and transform it with the help of these technologies into a shapeshifting plane of possibilities. Lastly we will look at the implications for the actors as well as the directors. We will ask the question, is it possible to bridge the gap between the complexities of the technology to establish an interface for the non-tech-savvy crowd?

Marcel Karnapke lives in Berlin and is developer, lecturer and co-founder of the artist collective “CyberRäuber”, which realizes new formats and applications for Virtual Reality in a theatre context. For Cambridge University (UK) he has developed virtual museums for the dissemination of archaeological research results. This has also resulted in interactive and narrative 3D formats, such as films and virtual reality applications, through which the viewer can experience a virtual 360° experience. In 2017, in collaboration with Schauspiel Dortmund and directed by Kay Voges, the VR play “Memories of Borderline” was created, which was shown both at the Theatertreffen Berliner Festspiele and at Ars Electronica. His work focuses on 3D reality reconstruction in the field of architecture as well as the digitization of complete stage sets of classical theater. New is the full-body recording of performers from the field of dance and the performing arts in the form of VR holography for VR and AR applications. Marcel is the winner of the 3D Guild Award of the International 3D Summit in Liege, Belgium and in 2017 he won the Halo Award in Gold of the VR Days in the category Best 3D VR Animation Film with “Pitoti Prometheus”.

This lecture is part of the workshop “Im/material theatre spaces” by DTHG e.V. (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media – in the European “Sharing Heritage” Year.

(c) Photo: CyberRäuber

Apr
8
Mo
Symposium 4: Thementag: KulturArbeit – ArbeitsRäume – ArbeitsPlätze @ Hambugische Staatsoper, Parkettfoyer
Apr 8 um 10:00 – 15:30

Thementag: KulturArbeit – ArbeitsRäume – ArbeitsPlätze
Anforderungen an Arbeitsplätze vs. denkmalgeschützte Kulturbauten

Begrüßung

“Mehr Theater wagen!”
Wesko Rohde, Vorsitzender der Deutschen Theatertechnischen Gesellschaft

Die Hamburger Staatsoper und ihre Modernisierung
Theater und Arbeitsplätze- eingerichtet für die Zukunft
Peter Boecker, TD a.D. Hamburgische Staatsoper
und Stefanie Braun, Werkstattleiterin Hamburgische Staatsoper

Die Hyparschale in Magdeburg –
ein modernes Denkmal nutzergerecht aufbereitet
Christian Hellmund, GMP Architekten

TGA: Innovatives Gebäudemanagement im Wertewandel
Raimond Krüger, IWB Planung

Mittagspause

Wasser marsch?
Hocheffiziente Löschanlagen – Schutz von Menschen und Werten im Kulturbau.
Daniel Buchda, Spruhflutnebellöschanlagen Hi-Fog, Marrioff

BIM: Modernes Projektmanagement im Kulturbau
Stefan Preuhsler, Staatstheater Hannover

Podiumsdiskussion
Werkstätten- und Logistikbauten in der Staatsoper Hamburg, langfristige Lösungen
Stefanie Braun, Hans Peter Boecker, Christian Voß, Wesko Rohde

Apr
10
Mi
DTHG-Regionaltagung der Gruppe West: RLT Neuss 10. April 2019 @ Rheinische Landestheater Neuss
Apr 10 um 9:30 – 17:00

Einladung zur Regionaltagung der Gruppe West

Mittwoch, 10. April 2019
RLT
Rheinische Landestheater Neuss
Oberstraße 95
41460 Neuss

Thema: Tag des Dekobaus

ab 9:30 Uhr: Frühstück

10:30 Uhr:
Beginn & Begrüßung durch Martin Högg und Volker Rhein
Begrüßung durch Reinar Ortmann, Intendant Rheinisches Landestheater Neuss und David Kreuzberg, Technischer Leiter
Vorstellung des Gebäudes vom Kaufhaus zum Kulturhaus

11:00 Uhr
Tragender Holzbau im Theater von der Theorie in die Praxis – Christoph Hoppermann, Produktionsleiter Bühnen Köln

12:00 Uhr:
DTHG Aktiv

12:30 Uhr
Firmen stellen sich vor
Räder Vogel  – Oliver Matula
Late Night Concepts, Vorstellung Produkt Cargo Cart – Ingo Kaiser

13:00 Uhr Mittagessen

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13:45 Gastspielprüfbuch – David Kreuzberg
14:00 Technische und organisatorische Anforderungen im Dekorationsbau  – Prof. Stephan Rolfes

15:30 Kaffee und Führung durch das Theater
16:30 Gespräch mit den Kollegen beim Feierabendbier  im Brauhaus „im Dom“

Anfahrt mit der Deutschen Bahn
Bis Neuss Hauptbahnhof, von dort weiter mit Bus oder Straßenbahn oder
zu Fuß durch die Fußgängerzone immer geradeaus bis zur Kreuzung Oberstraße/Zollstraße (ca. 15 Minuten Fußweg

Anfahrt mit dem PKW:
Oberstr. 95, 41460 Neuss
von der A 57 (Ausfahrt Neuss Hafen)
von Düsseldorf (Südbrücke)
von der A 52 (Ausfahrt Neuss)
von der A 46 (bis Autobahnende) Richtung Neuss, Zentrum
Parkhaus Tranktor
Europadamm / Hessenstrasse, 41460 Neuss

Apr
30
Di
DTHG Mitgliederversammlung @ Kranz Parkhotel Siegburg
Apr 30 um 10:00 – 16:00

Mitgliederversammlung der DTHG

Alle Mitglieder erhalten eine schriftliche Einladung via Mail mit Tagesordnung und Geschäftsbereicht spätestens vier Wochen vor der Versammlung entsprechend der Satzung zugesandt

Jun
17
Mo
THEATER THEATRE TEATRO – EIN LEITFADEN FÜR KULTURGEBÄUDE IN DER URBANEN CITY @ Palais am Funkturm
Jun 17 um 11:00 – 17:00

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

(Programmdetails folgen)

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

(program details to follow)

Jun
20
Do
Speech Intelligibility: A theoretical seminar about speech intelligibility and its importance for all performances. @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 15:00 – 15:45

A theoretical seminar about speech intelligibility and its importance for all performances.
– Importance of consonants
– Dynamic range of voice
– Microphone technology
– Placement of microphone

Speaker: Bo Brinck & Florian Kresse (DPA Microphones A/S)

RoundTable: international standards in the field of theatre and event technology @ RoundTable 22
Jun 20 um 16:00 – 18:00

– 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

(english/german/russian Translation)

Speaker: Genadij Galitzki (APTK), Sacha Ritter (IGVW), Hubert Eckart (OISTAT), Chris van Goethem (STEP),