“Wuhlheide”, “Oranienplatz” and “Wiesenstraße” – films, made in the project “Art Works!”

Already at the presentation on May 9th they could be seen in live streaming: the films that were shown in the wannseeFORUM as part of the ART WORKS! European Culture of Resistance and Liberation. Here we present them again: “Wuhlheide” and “Wiesenstraße” with additional information on Vimeo.

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Wiesenstraße” a film by Sajad Bayeqra
“Oranienplatz”, a film by Salma Jaber
“Wuhlheide”, a film by Ziyad Ahmed

English: May 9th marked the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. The project ART WORKS! European Culture of Resistance and Liberation, initiated by the Austrian association HASENHERZ and Foundation wannseeFORUM Berlin, and located at the intersection of artistic, cultural and historical-political youth education aims to celebrate this occasion. Youth groups from the Center of Contemporary History Melk in cooperation with FH St. Pölten (Austria), the MSU Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (Croatia), the Foundation wannseeFORUM Berlin (Germany), and Museion Bolzano (Italy) participated in an online youth encounter.

The films can also be seen in exhibitions at the project locations. Start is on 4.8.2020 in Bozen:
Art Works! European Culture of Resistance and Liberation – Kleines Museion (Cubo Garutti) eröffnet die erste Ausstellung mit den Arbeiten der jugendlichen Teilnehmer*innen

Art Works! was made possible by the generous support of: erasmus+/jugend in Aktion; Senate Administration for Education, Youth and Family Berlin; National Fund of the Republic of Austria, Future Fund of the Republic of Austria, KiöR Art in Public Space Lower Austria and the Viertelfestival Lower Austria.

Our ART WORKS! project is one of the Council of Europe’s examples of good practice in youth policy and youth work in the era of COVID-19.

Livestream-Video

Life-Stream-Video of the digital commemoration of the Melk Memorial and the peace festival in Erlauf on May 9th from
culture-of-resistance.eu/commemoration2020