The program includes plenary lectures
, a public lecture
, lectures within the sections
as well as minisymposia
Details including all section and minisymposia talks as well as names of conference rooms can be found
using the conference planner
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Social Program — Cultural Activities
The traditional social program of the Jahrestagung will take place online this year as well. On Wednesday, 16th of September from 18:00-19:30, we will organize a virtual cultural event, which will consist of two parts:
- We will take a video tour through the city of Chemnitz and its principal attractions, including the famous Soviet style Karl Marx monument, the Villa Esche designed by Henry van de Velde, and the Water Castle Klaffenbach built in Renaissance style.
We become acquainted with the
history of Chemnitz,
which grew from a mining hub of the Erzgebirge mountain region in the 16th century (now designated a UNESCO World Heritage site) to the most dynamically developing industrial city of 19th-century Germany.
- We will virtually visit the Gunzenhauser Museum specializing in
German Expressionism with substantial collections of works by Otto Dix and Alexej von Jawlensky.
We will also see the special exhibition "Art has become abstract" devoted to the documenta II, 1959.
Ilka Agricola (Marburg)
Oliver Ernst (Chemnitz)
Uta Freiberg (Chemnitz)
Ekkehard Köhler (Cottbus)
Felix Otto (MPI Leipzig)
Karl-Theodor Sturm (Bonn)
Peter Stollmann (Chemnitz)
Katrin Tent (Münster)
Thorsten Theobald (Frankfurt/Main)
Andreas Thom (Dresden)