Termine und Veranstaltungen

Mai
28
Di
Regionaltagung Südwest in Baden-Baden @ Theater Baden-Baden
Mai 28 um 9:00 – 17:00
“Weiterbildungsveranstaltung der DTHG”
Die Regionalgruppe Südwest zu Gast bei den
24. Baden-Württembergischen
Theatertagen
Dienstag, 28. Mai 2019
Theater Baden-Baden
Goetheplatz 1
76530 Baden-Baden
im
Spiegelfoyer
ab 9 Uhr
Eintreffen der Gäste im Spiegelfoyer
9.30 Uhr
Begrüßung und kurze Führung durch das Theater
                  Annelie Mattheis – Festivalleiterin Ba-Wü Theatertage
                  Walter Fäßler – TL Theater Baden-Baden
                  Alexander Roy & Hannes Gerriets – Regionalleiter DTHG
10.45 Uhr
Bustransfer zum SWR
11 Uhr  
Führungen durch die Werkstätten und Fernsehstudios des SWR
              Peter Förderer – Projektmanager SWR
13.30 Uhr
Mittagessen in der Kantine des SWR
14.30 Uhr
Behördenanforderungen an Sicherheits- und Evakuierungskonzepte
am
Beispiel vom Weihnachtsmarkt und anderen Open Air Veranstaltungen in Baden-Baden
             Referent: Walter Mäcken
15.30 Uhr
DTHG Intern  
Wesko Rhode, Karl-Heinz Mittelstädt, Peter Meißner
16.00 Uhr
gemeinsamer Spaziergang zum Theater
Am Abend Möglichkeit zum Besuch einer Vorstellung im Rahmen der 24. Baden-Württembergischen Theatertage
www.theatertage-bw.de
Steuerkartenwünsche für die Vorstellungen können direkt an die Disponentin Anne Liebtrau geschickt werden:
anne.liebtrau@baden-baden.de
„Lehman Brothers“ hat durch seine besondere Spielsituation, bei der das Publikum mit auf der Bühne sitzt, nur 120 Plätze.
„Mitleid. Die Geschichte des Maschinengewehrs“ nur 50 Plätze.
„Wir sind die Guten“ vom Theater Freiburg im SWR Studio 5 fast 300 Plätze.
Allesamt hervorragende Produktionen, aber Karten gibt es nur solange der Vorrat reicht.
Parkmöglichkeiten
Parkgarage unter dem Kurhaus
Parkgarage unter dem Kongresshaus
Wir danken den
Baden-Württembergischen Theatertagen
&
der Firma Gerriets
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

Begrüßung

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
Meier-Wiedemann/Caroline Kley

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*

15:10 Uhr
Akademie für Theater und Digitalität Dortmund
Neue Wege für Kultur und Forschung
Sebastian Franssen, Michael Eickhoff, Wesko Rohde

15:30 Uhr
Chancen der Sanierung: Mitarbeiterzentrierte Arbeitsplatzgestaltung im laufenden Betrieb.
Ein erstes Resümee.
Andreas Mohnke (Riedel Communications)

16:00 Uhr
Podiumsdiskussion:
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

Welcoming
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

1:30 pm
A guide for venues

1:50 pm
A study by the University of Cologne on ventilation analysis
Meier-Wiedemann/Caroline Kley

2:30 pm
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,

2:50 pm
The Architecture Museum Frankfurt
Dr. Jürges

3:10 pm
Academy for Theatre and Digitality Dortmund
New ways for culture and research
Sebastian Franssen, Michael Eickhoff, Wesko Rohde

3:30 pm.

Opportunities for renovation: employee-centred workplace design during ongoing operations.
Andreas Mohnke (Riedel Communications)

4 pm
Podium discussion:
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

 

Simultanübersetzung Deutsch/Englisch

Jun
18
Di
RIEDEL ATMOSPHERE MEDIA CLOUD ONE PLATFORM, MANY POSSIBILITIES @ EventManufaktur
Jun 18 um 10:15 – 10:45

Riedel Communications, founded in 1987 in Wuppertal, is a leading provider of real-time media networks for video, audio and data communication.
With the Atmosphere Media Cloud, Riedel offers a digital OTT platform for archiving and providing video and audio content.
Atmosphere Media Cloud software converts, multiplies, archives and distributes live streams in all popular video and audio formats.
Easy operation and worldwide availability form the basis for economically attractive and synergetic forms of production.
The Riedel Atmosphere, a cloud with many possibilities.

Speaker: Pit Vogler (RIEDEL Communications),

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Connecting archival theatre objects to a future audience @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 13:00 – 13:45

Virtual and augmented realities (VR and AR) change our media landscape sustainably. On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of how the accessibility of material “theatre objects” in archives and museums can be improved and which potentials VR and AR can generate in this context. At the centre of our investigations is one of the most important theatrical buildings of the last century – the no longer existing Große Schauspielhaus Berlin (director Max Reinhardt, architect Hans Poelzig, realised in 1919 as a conversion of a market hall, demolished in 1985). Design sketches, architectural drawings, documents, sound documents and other artefacts from the theatre archives are testimony to an eventful past that had to be made visible. In the lecture, three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications will be presented, which open up this pool in different ways and for a broad audience.

How can AR and VR be used to create narrative spaces and make theatre history an experience?

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES” under the direction of Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

Presented projects:
“Sketching Heritage by Mercedes Lozano, Anan Yoon Lee.
“One Show – Ten Perspectives” by Rebecca Eisele, Elena Kunau, Dominique Lauvernier, Lea Schorling
“Dream on” by Jana Rohrsen, Sandra Fox

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Speaker: Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege

 

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Future visions of theatre architecture @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 15:45 – 16:30

The growing need to communicate abstract concepts and complex visions of the future makes the use of virtual and augmented reality as part of communication strategies interesting. As a medium, technology can facilitate access to content and stimulate public discourse. It can be used as a tool to promote the development of new ideas and concepts.

On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of what potentials VR and AR can generate in the theatre context and how this technology can make visions of the future tangible in the course of renovation and reconstruction, and accompany planning and design processes. This was investigated using the example of the Komische Oper, which, like many theatres, will undergo a comprehensive renovation process over the next few years. Three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications were developed, which are presented in the lecture and provide an outlook on future developments.

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “Im/material Theatre Spaces” led by Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Presented projects:
“Future of … La Boheme” Takayoshi Goto, Maria Kobylenko, Maria Emilie Bürger
“Comic Forum” Alexander Walmsley, Johanna Rummel, Lotus Lien, Janik Albrecht
“preSTAGE” Oliver Burkhardt, Jan Müller, Claus-Peter Gabriel, Magdalena Dimanski

Speakers: Franziska Knight, Pablo Dornhege

 

 

Journey into Parallel Worlds – Virtual Reality in Art Museum and Theatre @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 18 um 16:30 – 17:00

After the initial hype about virtual reality has calmed down, the partly unrealistic expectations have given way to a certain sobriety – which can be assessed positively – that allows an objective view of the future of technology and reveals the forms in which virtual reality will be integrated into our media landscape in the future.

Unlike the smartphone or perhaps augmented reality in the future, virtual reality will not necessarily become an integral technology of our everyday lives, but much more relevant when we want to step out of the usual and everyday into another world. Art, cinema and theatre in their current manifestations offer the possibility of leaving the familiar, and museums and exhibitions are – for the majority of their visitors – not part of everyday life but form artificial spaces of experience, parallel worlds that can be experienced spatially. Through the use of virtual reality, the immersion in these parallel worlds can be increased to an almost complete simulation.

While technology is in its infancy, more and more artists and designers* are making their content and works tangible in Virtual Reality. The technology is not only used as a media design tool, but also becomes an independent artistic medium in its own right. More and more museums are also exploring the possible uses of VR in exhibitions or as supplementary offerings. Each project is still prototypical and each actor is still a pioneer.

Speaker: Pablo Dornhege

Jun
19
Mi
IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Connecting archival theatre objects to a future audience @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 12:00 – 12:45

Virtual and augmented realities (VR and AR) change our media landscape sustainably. On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of how the accessibility of material “theatre objects” in archives and museums can be improved and which potentials VR and AR can generate in this context. At the centre of our investigations is one of the most important theatrical buildings of the last century – the no longer existing Große Schauspielhaus Berlin (director Max Reinhardt, architect Hans Poelzig, realised in 1919 as a conversion of a market hall, demolished in 1985). Design sketches, architectural drawings, documents, sound documents and other artefacts from the theatre archives are testimony to an eventful past that had to be made visible. In the lecture, three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications will be presented, which open up this pool in different ways and for a broad audience.

How can AR and VR be used to create narrative spaces and make theatre history an experience?

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES” under the direction of Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

Presented projects:
“Sketching Heritage by Mercedes Lozano, Anan Yoon Lee.
“One Show – Ten Perspectives” by Rebecca Eisele, Elena Kunau, Dominique Lauvernier, Lea Schorling
“Dream on” by Jana Rohrsen, Sandra Fox

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Speaker: Franziska Ritter, Pablo Dornhege

 

IM/MATERIAL THEATRE SPACES! 
Future visions of theatre architecture @ Immersive Showroom Halle 20
Jun 19 um 15:30 – 16:15

The growing need to communicate abstract concepts and complex visions of the future makes the use of virtual and augmented reality as part of communication strategies interesting. As a medium, technology can facilitate access to content and stimulate public discourse. It can be used as a tool to promote the development of new ideas and concepts.

On the occasion of the European cultural heritage year “Sharing Heritage”, we are devoting ourselves to the question of what potentials VR and AR can generate in the theatre context and how this technology can make visions of the future tangible in the course of renovation and reconstruction, and accompany planning and design processes. This was investigated using the example of the Komische Oper, which, like many theatres, will undergo a comprehensive renovation process over the next few years. Three mediation concepts and their prototypical applications were developed, which are presented in the lecture and provide an outlook on future developments.

The project ideas were developed within the framework of the international workshop “Im/material Theatre Spaces” led by Prof. Dr. Bri Newesely, Hubert Eckart, Franziska Ritter and Pablo Dornhege, under the patronage of the DTHG (Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V.) within the framework of the project “Theatre Landscape”, sponsored by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media – in the European Cultural Heritage Year “Sharing Heritage”.

All projects can be tested live in the Immersive Showroom, Hall 20.

Presented projects:
“Future of … La Boheme” Takayoshi Goto, Maria Kobylenko, Maria Emilie Bürger
“Comic Forum” Alexander Walmsley, Johanna Rummel, Lotus Lien, Janik Albrecht
“preSTAGE” Oliver Burkhardt, Jan Müller, Claus-Peter Gabriel, Magdalena Dimanski

Speakers: Franziska Knight, Pablo Dornhege