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Program from August

01. August - 30. September 2020

New exhibition on the 2nd floor of the Museum Angewandte Kunst

In spring 2019, the Frankfurt artists’ group finger has settled ten bee colonies in the garden of the Museum Angewandte Kunst. Florian Haas and Andreas Wolf have conceived exhibition spaces for the park’s residents that deal with social and ecological themes. From 18 August, the exhibition Neues Museum für Bienen offers the opportunity to view the exhibition rooms on the second floor of the museum. In addition, documentary photographs of other stations of the Neues Museum für Bienen and a graphic pollen analysis of the museum’s own honey will be on display.

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The media and performance art collective LIGNA has asked choreographers from all over the world how our society and our bodies have changed in times of global threat. Their answers are part of LIGNA’s new radio ballet Zerstreuung überall!: the participating audience listens and follows the instructions for movement via headphones – distributed in public space according to the rules of distance – which address experiences of vulnerability and solidarity. The problems of the world cannot be solved within a national framework. Zerstreuung überall! invites the audience to explore other experiences of collective action in a polyphonic choreography.

Tickets soon available on the website of Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 €, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

The media and performance art collective LIGNA has asked choreographers from all over the world how our society and our bodies have changed in times of global threat. Their answers are part of LIGNA’s new radio ballet Zerstreuung überall!: the participating audience listens and follows the instructions for movement via headphones – distributed in public space according to the rules of distance – which address experiences of vulnerability and solidarity. The problems of the world cannot be solved within a national framework. Zerstreuung überall! invites the audience to explore other experiences of collective action in a polyphonic choreography.

Tickets soon available on the website of Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.

The German Museum for Black Entertainment and Black Music is Germany’s leading Museum for Black culture, popular music and history. It’s first stop is the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt/Main. It encompasses a comprehensive archive of records, magazines, autographs and memorabilia, which are exhibited in a lively place of communication and discussion of Black history and are accompanied by a diverse programme. Whether alone or on a guided tour, the audience is immersed in a movement that brings together stars such as Mola Adebisi, Tic Tac Toe or Sydney Youngblood. In their juxtaposition they gain a new visibility and reveal similarities and differences in their productions, strategies and attributions.

Admission: 5 EUR, prior online ticket purchase & booking of time slots necessary for visiting the museum and events of the accompanying programme.
Tickets available here

From autumn 2020, the Museum Angewandte Kunst will present the beauty of the archetypal shape of the bowl. It will show selected examples from China, Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia, made over four millennia using a wide variety of materials and techniques. The cabinet exhibition thus traces a basic form of East Asian product design, the oldest Neolithic examples of which are all ceramics, but which also appear in materials such as jade, bronze, cloisonné or glass. Almost all of the pieces on display come from the Asian collection in the Museum Angewandte Kunst.

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This live online event is all about the bee and its honey. Many small presentations scattered throughout the day use short stories to introduce the new educational board on the lower terrace of the Create education department in the Museum Angewandte Kunst, showing the way from the pollen to the honey.

Live broadcast: instagram.com/museumangewandtekunst
Live participation: only possible with own Instagram account

In this digital live event, the artists collective finger guides through the beehives of the Museum Angewandte Kunst. The viewers learn how the seven bee colonies live and work in the museum. Everyone will have the opportunity to ask live questions, which the artists will answer.

Live broadcast: instagram.com/museumangewandtekunst
Live participation: only possible with your own Instagram account

Mit Bleistift und Klemmbrett erlernen die Teilnehmenden in der Ausstellung die wichtigsten Techniken der Modezeichnung. Das Wahrnehmen von Proportionen und das Darstellen von Formen und Materialien stehen ebenso im Fokus wie die Entwicklung eines eigenen Zeichenstils.

Für Erwachsene. 32 Euro Workshopgebühr. Anmeldung unter create.angewandte-kunst@stadt-frankfurt.de oder 069 212 38522.

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