Cultural productions2021-05-12T16:47:17+00:00

Cultural productions

The best stories and most exciting narrative forms are found in art and culture – they touch us emotionally and affect us directly. Novel, critical cultural formats are therefore at the heart of neue unentd_ckte narrative: as part of our accompanying program, we advise, accompany and support innovative cultural productions. All creative formats are conceivable: Theater plays, interventions in public space, readings, films and much more.

Each year we write the accompanying program for three new productions.

The nun-companion program / The nun-accompanying program

Our role from now on is to accompany the production process in a meaningful way – depending on the context and needs, this can be done through external consulting, workshops, focus groups, research or networking.

We discuss together in which way the project will be financed – also by funds of the program neue_unentd_ckete_narrative (nun) and by further funding applications, which we support.

You can find more information about the application process here.

We are currently supporting the following productions:

With “The Moving Stories of Mobile Women” (working title), the Chemnitz Figure Theater and the project team are now dealing with the history of the contract workers of the GDR. Interviews will be conducted, documents sifted through and life paths traced. In the area of tension between work – women – migration, the production focuses on female biographies and approaches the different perspectives and experiences in a dialogue between the generations. This material will be used to create a theater production that will premiere as part of the interdisciplinary network project “Kein Schlussstrich!” and will be accompanied by an extensive framework and educational program in cooperation with Chemnitz women, didacticians, historians, cultural actors and a nationwide network.

Planned premiere date: November 6, 2021

Venue: Figurentheater Chemnitz

The project “Offener Prozess” has been working since ??? NSU reappraisal in Saxony, among other things in the form of an exhibition and an accompanying program for schools.

The multimedia exhibition addresses the topic of the NSU by taking East German reality, especially in Saxony, as a starting point. The story of the NSU is told from the migration stories of the contract workers; in addition, the topic of structural racism is considered.

It is designed as a mobile, traveling exhibition that can take place at different locations with changing scope, mediation and accompanying program.

The digital exhibition is scheduled for completion in April.

More about the Offener Prozess project (link):

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