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Press release: Nikita Dhawan will speak at the opening of the Ruhrtriennale
Press release: Ruhrtriennale enters "In-Between Time"
Panel discussion: "Freedom of Speech / Freiheit der Künste"
Invitation: Opening Press Conference of the Ruhrtriennale 2018

Invitation: Opening Press Conference of the Ruhrtriennale 2018

Press Releases   •   Jul 16, 2018 10:39 BST

When? Wednesday, 1 August, 11 a.m. Where? Dampfgebläsehaus, Jahrhunderthalle Bochum An der Jahrhunderthalle 1, 44793 Bochum

Statement by Ruhrtriennale's Artistic Director Stefanie Carp

Statement by Ruhrtriennale's Artistic Director Stefanie Carp

Press Releases   •   Jun 21, 2018 13:15 BST

The programme of the Ruhrtriennale is directed against racism, anti-Semitism and exclusion in every form and tells complex narratives. I consider it important to open up perspectives other than our Western ones, and thus to take the context of our international programme seriously. I do not wish to be part of a campaign, let alone hostage to a campaign.

Ruhrtriennale: Concert of the Young Fathers cancelled

Ruhrtriennale: Concert of the Young Fathers cancelled

Press Releases   •   Jun 13, 2018 09:09 BST

​The concert of the Young Fathers advertised for the 18 August in the Turbinenhalle Bochum as part of the Ruhrtriennale is not to take place.

Programme presentation: Ruhrtriennale explores what it is to be alive in this in-between time

Programme presentation: Ruhrtriennale explores what it is to be alive in this in-between time

Press Releases   •   Apr 24, 2018 11:00 BST

The radical social changes and emergent social phenomena of the present time provide the focus for the first Ruhrtriennale under the artistic directorship of Stefanie Carp.

International Ibsen Award for Christoph Marthaler

International Ibsen Award for Christoph Marthaler

Press Releases   •   Mar 21, 2018 13:10 GMT

Christoph Marthaler, associated artist of the Ruhrtriennale 2018 – 2020, is to receive the International Ibsen Award. Founded by the Norwegian government, the award is considered one of the most prestigious accolades worldwide in the field of theatre and includes prize money of 2.5 million Norwegian kroner (about 260,000 Euros).

SAVE THE DATE

SAVE THE DATE

Press Releases   •   Mar 20, 2018 09:55 GMT