Newsletter 9 / October 2022

Clara im Rückspiegel © Mim Schneider



Open Studios

Sunday, October 9, 2022, 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Atelierhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf

Schloss Wiepersdorf visual arts fellows Aliaksandar Belsky, Róża Biłko, Badri Gubianuri, Monika Hau, and Małgorzata Sztremer open their studios and provide insight into current works.

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Concert installation
Clara im Rückspiegel

Saturday, October 9, 2022, 3:00 p.m.
Tankhalle Schloss Wiepersdorf

The concert installation builds a bridge from Clara Schumann, the exceptional 19th century musician, to three contemporary artists, to three female composers of different generations and countries of origin: Violeta Dinescu, Beste Özçelebi and Annette Schlünz.

Songs and chamber music by Clara Schumann form the musical basis, serve as associative material, on the basis of which the composers each developed their own pieces, were filmed in the process, and were also interviewed about it: What significance does Clara Schumann have for the three composers today? Does she still function as a reference? How can a contemporary female composer assert herself as a woman and artist in the still male-dominated world of music?

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Save the Date

Christmas concert

On Sunday, December 18, 2022 the traditional Christmas concert will be held in the castle park at 6:00 pm.


Other in Wiepersdorf

Ohne ein Wort zu sprechen

October 02 – October 30, 2022, Sundays, 1:00–6:00 p.m.
Jägerschere, gallery for contemporary art, Wiepersdorf

“Ohne ein Wort zu sprechen” brings together the work of Kodac Ko and Peter Stauss, two Berlin-based artists who work shares an affinity for a consideration of place and moment.  The work of both artists, in quite distinct ways, explore the moments before and after an action or decision and this exhibition presents a view into their work where these paradoxical concerns are explored.  The title of the show (like every Jägerschere exhibition) is taken from the Brother’s Grimm re-telling of Little Red Riding Hood.  In this case the original line refers describes the Wolf’s silent approach to Grandmother before he eats her.

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Café in the Orangery & Museum

The Café in the Orangery and the museum of Schloss Wiepersdorf will be open for the last time before the winter break on Sunday, October 9. The castle park can be visited all year round.


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