Heroine-Teaser

Programme HKW

Initiative Creative Gaming, Workshop im Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe

Ballet of the Masses

On Football and Catharsis 

Architecture, Discourse, Film, Literature, Music, Performance, Sports

7.6.–11.7.2024
All Dates
Visual: Courtesy the artist

Pitch Poetics: Football Commentary as Oralture

Sound Installation

7.6.–11.7.2024

Sabar Dance Workshops

Workshops

6.6.–21.9.2024
Illustration by Diana Ejaita

About Us

Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) is guided by the quest for strategies of how to live and better inhabit this world together. It is a house in which cultures of conviviality and hospitality are sown, nurtured to blossoming, and disseminated.

Conversation

Programme HKW

Book Presentation: Gute Enden

With Max Czollek, Balagan Sisters

Reading, DJ set

17.6.2024
Image: Visual Generation

Every Body is a Good Body

Body Politics as a Pedagogical Field of Work

Teacher Training

21.6.2024
Photo: skynesher

World Cup Simulation Experience

With daphne brunet

Fitness Programme

8.–22.6.2024
Visual: Courtesy the artists

Let – Us – Move

Fitness Programme

23.6.2024
Books Internationaler Literaturpreis – Haus der Kulturen der Welt 2024

Shortlist Internationaler Literaturpreis 2024

Prize for Contemporary Literatures in Translation

Bwa Kayiman—Tout Moun se Moun

2.–4.8.2024

Performances, Readings, Discussions, Concerts, DJ Set

Aziza Ahmad for Archive Books

Resignifying Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW)

HKW ventures to resignify each public space in its historic building with the names of women from different worlds who have contributed to the betterment of them.

Accessibility

Equal participation in and accessibility to exhibitions, cultural events, and performances is important to HKW. Here you will find detailed information on barrier-free transportation to and from HKW and the forms of accessibility within the building.
Abschlusskongress: „Kann Schule Klima retten?“ in the context of S.O.S. – Schools of Sustainability, 2022

Schools of Sustainability

Agency in the Face of Crisis

Destination: Tashkent

Experiences of Cinematic Internationalism