Talking about rural art is talking about art in rural areas, art for rural areas, land art, community art and many more. Traditionally, we approach rural art from the countryside or from the city, but very recently many hybrid notions of rural and urban culture have come to the fore, due to new concepts of participation, politization or sustainability. So is there a rural art? Which infrastructures and working conditions are caracteristic for doing art in rural areas? How is ‚rural art‘ integrated into national or global networks? Which critical potentials does ‚rural art‘ have for a new notion of art and its audiences in general? Which role does the Baltic Sea Region play in the production of local music and art? - The round table will discuss these questions with two actors of music and art life in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: Henriette Sehmsdorf, director of the opera ensemble Opernale e.V. from Western Pomerania, and Holger Stark, artist and director of the art galery Wolkenbank in Klein Warin/Mecklenburg.
Moderation: Professorin Dr. Gesa zur Nieden
- Henriette Sehmsdorf (Künstlerische Leitung OPERNALE)
- Holger Stark, Wolkenbank kunst+räume, Klein Warin
mit Liedern von Luise Greger interpretiert von Joana Rueffer (Gesang) und Benjamin Saupe (Klavier)
Veranstaltungsort: Aula der Universität Greifswald