Monday, 27 January 2014


Monday, 27 January:
EXHIBITION: "Half-price Monday" is certainly the best day to visit the Hypo Kunsthalle if you want to save a few euros. And "Pompeii - Life on the vulcano" certainly looks like worth a visit. Opening hours are from 10am till 8pm.

LECTURE: If you are interested in innovative electronic music interfaces, there will be a talk about Tangible Music by Martin Kaltenbrunner from the University of Linz, Austria. Room B006, LMU Hauptgebäude, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1. Free, just turn up. From 12pm until 1.30pm.

WORKSHOP: Volxvergnügen is hosting a series of events called Behind the Zines dedicated to the DIY self-publishing culture within the indie music scene. From 5pm until 6.30pm Steffi Müller known as a textile artist rag treasure or a band member of Beißpony or a friend of ours, all in one, will be holding a workshop on affordable ways of self-publishing and its techniques. And from 8pm she will be giving a talk on Riot Grrl-Fanzines.

Tuesday, 28 January:
FOOD: Go on a pizza tour and meet a bunch of new people. This time they are trying out Trattoria Bussone. To participate you need to register on Spontacts is a fun community website similar to Meetup, where anyone can set up an event according to her or his interest and find like-minded people.

Wednesday, 29 January:
LITERATURE & ART: A literary lecture "Vermeer's Zimmer" by Martin Mosebach. Unfortunately, there is no description of the event itself, but the title is promising. Hosted by Pinakothek der Moderne, Ernst von Siemens-Auditorium. Tickets 8€. Starts at 6.30pm.

Thursday, 30 January:
CREATIVE NETWORKING: Similar to Creative Mornings we've been mentioning before, IXDS will be launching it's first Pre-Work Talk in Munich with speakers with a background in design, innovation and emerging technologies. There will be three talk at the opening focusing on the physical aspects of design: Reto Wettach, Eleanor Reagh Mayrhofer (who is a well-known Munich blogger Wahlmünchnerin) and Caspar Siebel. Venue: Glücksmaid Adlzreiterstr. 3 From 8.30am until 10am.

OPEN DAY: Hochschule für Musik und Theater is having an Open Day at four different venues: Arcisstraße 12, Luisenstraße 37a, Gasteig and Ballett-Akademie. There will be open concerts in all departments. You can also take part in a free workshop: learn how to sing, play an instrument or dance! If you want to get a bit nerdy, you can visit some theoretical classes. All free, just turn up.

Friday, 31 January 
CREATIVE NETWORKING: This month's Creative Mornings session will be about childhood with a talk “Designing Childrens Experiences” by Anette Rinner, a Munich-based design researcher. It's free and includes hot drinks and morning snacks, but be sure to register asap here. From 8.30am until 10am at frog's office, Leopoldstraße 55.

50 Years of Hell. Opening of the security conference protest exhibition with works by world-reknown street artist Carlos Aires (Spain), Mark Jenkins (USA) and Nikita Kadan (Ukraine)

Saturday, 1 February:
MAKE ART NOT WAR: Same procedure as every year, but this time it's a big anniversary: A big demonstration against the 50th NATO security conference in Munich starts at Marienplatz at 1pm.

RUSSIAN ROCK BALLADS: Andrey Kaprov moved to Germany when he was 13. When he was 16, he discovered his passion for writing songs. As a student, together with his Russian friends, he founded the rock band Averoplan, which became quite popular among the Russian expat community. When he was 29, he moved to Sankt Petersburg "in order to broaden his audience". Following the release of his second album, Andrey is touring Germany with his new band, which includes musicians from Splin and DDT - some of the most reknown Russian rock bands. Kulturzentrum Gorod, Hansastr. 181, 9pm.

Sunday, 2 February:
CITY PLANNING: Join public discussions on the city developments and public spaces "Mehr Platz für Alle!", and co-work on a resolution draft. There will be various politicians, teachers, culture enthusiast, creative heads of Munich and others. The panel will be running from Friday, January 31st until Sunday, February 2. See the full programme here and register if you want to participate (

Open Day at Hochschule für Musik und Theater. Source.

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