Kodak von Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado
German Theater Award ‘Der Faust’
The Kids Festival & Dance Library : Festival Fantasies / 12.11.2022, 3-4 pm
The Schaudepot - Special IV - The Society a.o., 8.10.2022, 2-8 p.m.
Reading in the Void - Marginalized Artists in Germany - Zoom Lecture by Azadeh Sharifi, 8.10.22, 6 p.m. (broadcast live at Schaudepot)
The Schaudepot - lunch break
The Schaudepot always opens on Wednesdays for a quick performance during the lunch break. The offer also includes tactile guided tours, performances with audio description or in German sign language. Individual appointment from 12: 00 to 14: 00 at email@example.com.
What is the Schaudepot?
Tastmodel (Touch Model)
We’re constantly working to supplement and improve accessibility. Here you find further information about it.
The Black Circle by Emilija Tolj and Cennet Uyar
The black circle symbolizes the characteristics and abilities of people with experiences of discrimination that are stripped out and cut out by the white majority society.
The Festival by Herbordt/Mohren
Teilbar e. V.
“Teilbar” is a library of things at Lerchenstrasse 37 in Stuttgart-West. Everyday things that are not often used are shared and can be lent out. Das Schaudepot is a cooperation partner of the Teilbar project.
NORM IS F!KTION #1/2 by NAF
in text and Image. Room by room, from big to small.
The Movement by Herbordt/Mohren
The Assembly by and by Herbordt/Mohren and guests
Das Schaudepot – Spezial II during the Stuttgart Cultural Festival ‘Funkeln inklusive’ (Sparkles included), 22.5.2022
Childfication and Ethics of Pluralism in Art – Zoom-Lecture by and with Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado, 2.4.2022 / 7 pm
The children’s festival – Music-Workshop for children, 2nd of April 2022 / 4-5 p.m. (CET)
In the workshop “The Children’s Festival” with Anja Füsti and Tina Pantisano, you play excerpts of new music pieces yourself, and even make music while chewing. registration required at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ableism as Usual? Introduction to the History of Art and Disability, a lecture by Steven Solbrig and Dirk Sorge
Opening, 4 July 2021