Events | Reading: Literatursalon im Kantkino

Berlin | December 11, 2018 | 8:00 PM

The discussion focuses on the significance of culture and cultural policy for Germany in general and for Berlin in particular. What are the consequences of Berlin's prominent position as capital of the federal state for internal and external cultural policy? How are Germany and its cultural representation sites perceived like the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles or the program of the DAAD's Artists-in-Berlin Program?

This cultural salon will be held for the third time together with the Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft on the initiative of Dr. Ing. Sylvia Metz and Wibke Behrens.


Bianca Richardt, Board Brandenburg Gate
Wibke Behrens, Spokeswoman Berlin + Brandenburg Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft e.V.

Keynote speech
Michelle Müntefering, Minister of State for International Cultural Policy at the Federal Foreign Office

Stephan Abarbanell, Program Director Culture in the rbb

panel discussion
Silvia Fehrmann, director of the Berlin Artists Program of the DAAD
Heike Catherina Mertens, Managing Director Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House, Los Angeles
Prof. Dr. Oliver Scheytt, cultural manager, cultural politician and president of the Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft

Until 22 o'clock

To the culture salon

The Brandenburger Tor Foundation wants to fulfill its role as a neutral cultural mediator and also point out challenging situations in Berlin's cultural landscape. The aim is to give new impulses and to promote possible solutions. The Max Liebermann Haus becomes a contemporary cultural salon with the Brandenburger Tor Foundation and offers a platform for cultural policy topics with a focus on the art market and cultural policy.

Cooperation with the Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft e.V.

The Stiftung Brandenburger Tor and the Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft host a cultural salon in cooperation for the third time.

The Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft e.V. was founded in 1976 and is a nationwide association of around 1,500 politically interested and committed people and institutions from the fields of cultural work, art, politics, science, journalism and cultural administration.

Literatursalon im Kantkino, Kantstraße 54, 10627 Berlin

8€ / reduced 6€
Reservations via 030-3199866,

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