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The performance – book performance and discussion at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 16.11.2023, 5 pm
The performance – book performance and discussion at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 16.11.2023, 5 pm:
‘Ableism as Usual? ‘Eine Einführung in die Geschichte von Kunst und Behinderung’ (Ableism as Usual? An introduction to the history of art and disability) by Steven Solbrig and Dirk Sorge, book presentation and conversation with Dirk Sorge and Kate Brehme, 27.10.2023, 6 pm
‘Ableism as Usual? ‘Eine Einführung in die Geschichte von Kunst und Behinderung’ (Ableism as Usual? An introduction to the history of art and disability) by Steven Solbrig and Dirk Sorge, book presentation and conversation with Dirk Sorge and Kate Brehme, 27.10.2023, 6 pm:
Initiative for the Archives of the Free Performing Arts e. V. as a guest at the Schaudepot, 27/10/2023, 3-4 p.m.
Initiative for the Archives of the Free Performing Arts e. V. as a guest at the Schaudepot, 27/10/2023, 3-4 p.m.:
The Schaudepot – Special VII – New neighbors, online and on site at the Schaudepot, 28.10.2023, 2-8 pm
 The Schaudepot – Special VII – New neighbors, online and on site at the Schaudepot, 28.10.2023, 2-8 pm:
From the vision of global sharing to a needs-oriented center – discussion laboratory of the Stuttgarter teilbar e.V. with guests, 28.10.2023, 3-4:30 pm This conversation lab by Tom Knaffl with Surja Ahmed, Claus Baumann, Heide Fischer, Janka Kluge and Paula Kohlmann is about sharing. It’s also about ideas, and spaces, knowledge and resources. What does it mean to share? What structures enable sharing processes? Tom Knaffl, founder of the Verein teilbar e. V. in Stuttgart, invites committed and interested neighbors and experts to share their thoughts, to think about a specific project together, to encourage and advise each other.  SOLi-Dach – Solar Energy Initiative, 28.10.2023, 2:30-5 pm
SOLi-Dach – Solar Energy Initiative, 28.10.2023, 2:30-5 pm:
The Schaudepot - taking stock: 29.7.2023, 4-7 pm
The Schaudepot - taking stock: 29.7.2023, 4-7 pm:
The Schaudepot – A…or…NO…farewell tour
The Schaudepot – A…or…NO…farewell tour: Together with guests, Melanie Mohren and Bernhard Herbordt walk from the Theater Rampe to the Schaudepot. This is the place that – by the way – has also become an archive of the collaboration between Herbordt/Mohren and Theater Rampe over the past ten years.
‘Stadtraum-Theater in der alten Fliesenlegerwerkstatt.’ by Elisabeth Maier, Theater der Zeit, 4/2023. Since 2021, Herbordt and Mohren, the two pioneers of the performing arts, have been operating their Schaudepot in the former workshop of an Altenbergweg tiler, in the midst of many rental apartments down in Stuttgart Kessel. Regarding the concept, Herbordt remarks:⁠ “Our basic idea is to bring theatre into the residential area.” During lunch break or after work, people stop by and watch videos of the productions that the Herbordt/Mohren collective has been creating since 2012. For their socio-political performative projects, the two were awarded the "Der Faust" German Theatre Prize in the genre-busting category in 2022. This “great encouragement” has only emboldened them to do more. The Schaudepot – Spezial V – Die Gesellschaft (The Society), Kodak et al., 18.3.2023, 2-8 p.m.
The Schaudepot – Spezial V – Die Gesellschaft (The Society), Kodak et al., 18.3.2023, 2-8 p.m.: Schaudepot Special presents, among other things, in the afternoon ‘The Society’ and ‘The Children's Society’ with guests from around the world, an ‘An idea lab on the potential of virtual reality for blind and visually impaired persons’ by and with Steven Solbrig, Matthias Nagel and guests. In the evening we look forward to the reception on the occasion of the German Theater Award ‘Der Faust’ for ‘Das Schaudepot’ and the presentation of the new performance ‘Kodak’ for adults and children by and with Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado!
The ‘Blinding Virtual Reality?’ lab. On the potential of virtual reality for blind and visually impaired persons by and with Steven Solbrig, Matthias Nagel and guests / 18.3.2023, 4:00-5:30 pm.
The ‘Blinding Virtual Reality?’ lab. On the potential of virtual reality for blind and visually impaired persons by and with Steven Solbrig, Matthias Nagel and guests / 18.3.2023, 4:00-5:30 pm.: Together, in this idea lab, we explore the potential of performative formats of virtual reality for blind and visually impaired people, and look for a plot, for initial impulses for a digital storytelling and performing. 
‘Theater aus dem Schaudepot. Performance-Perlen archiviert’ by Dietrich Heissenbüttel, CONTEXT Wochenzeitung 614 of 4.1.2023 (in German). “The Schaudepot for the Performing Arts is a unique place where the audience can explore theatre in a very special way. Bernhard Herbordt and Melanie Mohren have archived their pieces there. And they are available for a guided tour or a program at any time. (Dietrich Heissenbüttel, CONTEXT Wochenzeitung 614 of 4.1.23 (in German)). Die Gesellschaft (the Society) by Herbordt/Mohren, with the theatre collective ‘The Trailer’ (Karina Pino and Alessandra Santiesteban) and Ebru Nihan Celkan, 11.2.2023, 4-6 p.m. In the Schaudepot you can expect: an introduction ‘The Society’ as a performance and a new research society with Melanie Mohren and Bernhard Herbordt; an encounter with a society member; a video archive of all previous encounters; the opportunity to become a society member yourself, or to propose one. And a society game. You will only feel imagined rain on your palms or start a conversation with a prolonged silence. German Theatre Prize ‘Der Faust’
German Theatre Prize ‘Der Faust’: We’re delighted to have been awarded the German Theater Award ‘Der Faust’ in the category ‘Genrespringer’ (genre jumpers) for ‘Das Schaudepot’!
Die Gesellschaft (The Society), by Herbordt/Mohren, with Lilian Gonzalez, Jorge Alencar, Neto Machado, Tina Pantisano, 10.12.2022, 4-6 p.m.
Die Gesellschaft (The Society), by Herbordt/Mohren, with Lilian Gonzalez, Jorge Alencar, Neto Machado, Tina Pantisano, 10.12.2022, 4-6 p.m.:
The Children's Festival & Dance Library: Festival Fantasies / 12.11.2022, 3-4 pm
The Children's Festival & Dance Library: Festival Fantasies / 12.11.2022, 3-4 pm: The Schaudepot für die Darstellende Künste presents a music workshop for children with Anja Füsti and Tina Pantisano on Saturday afternoon from 3 pm to 4 pm. In parallel, there is the live online performance, ‘Dance Library’ by Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado as a program for escorts and parents.

 Due to the limited seating, registration is required at: info@die-institution.org
The Schaudepot – Special IV – The Society a.o., 8.10.2022, 2–8 p.m.
The Schaudepot – Special IV – The Society a.o., 8.10.2022, 2–8 p.m.: The Schaudepot - Special presents, among many other things, ‚Die Gesellschaft’ (The Society) as a new performance with live audio description in the Schaudepot in the afternoon and looks forward to a lecture by Azadeh Sharifi in the early evening. 2-8pm. For adults and children!
Reading in the Void - Marginalized Artists in Germany - Zoom Lecture by Azadeh Sharifi, 8.10.2022, 6 p.m. (broadcast live at Schaudepot)
Reading in the Void - Marginalized Artists in Germany - Zoom Lecture by Azadeh Sharifi, 8.10.2022, 6 p.m. (broadcast live at Schaudepot): Which artists and artistic productions have been and are being collected and archived in Germany? Whose art and cultural production is racialized, ethnicized and marginalized? And how can this void be dealt with?
The Assembly by and by Herbordt/Mohren and guests
The Assembly by and by Herbordt/Mohren and guests:
Das Schaudepot - Special III / A day to participate, discover, experience and celebrate, 2.7.2022, 2–8 pm
Das Schaudepot - Special III / A day to participate, discover, experience and celebrate, 2.7.2022, 2–8 pm:
Das Schaudepot – Spezial II during the Stuttgart Cultural Festival ‘Funkeln inklusive’ (Sparkles included), 22.5.2022, 2-8 pm
Das Schaudepot – Spezial II during the Stuttgart Cultural Festival ‘Funkeln inklusive’ (Sparkles included), 22.5.2022, 2-8 pm: The ‘Funkeln inklusive’ festival focuses on the topic of inclusion in Stuttgart culture with various events and the Schaudepot is happy to open its doors for this purpose: individual performances are performed live with audio description or in German sign language. There are tactile guided tours through the rooms as well as guided tours in German sign language.
Childfication and Ethics of Pluralism in Art – Zoom-Lecture by and with Jorge Alencar and Neto Machado, 2.4.2022 / 7 pm
Childfication and Ethics of Pluralism in Art – Zoom-Lecture by and with Jorge Alencar and  Neto Machado, 2.4.2022 / 7 pm: In English, on site at the Schaudepot as well as online via Zoom
Duration approx. 60 minutes
Das Schaudepot – Special! For all ages, on site and online, 2nd of April 2022, 2-8 p.m. (CEST) The Schaudepot celebrates new incoming performances - with a neighborhood festival, a lecture series and The Festival: a music workshop for children and a hybrid performance by Herbordt/Mohren & guests. 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 info@die-institution.org Ableism as Usual? Introduction to the History of Art and Disability, a lecture by Steven Solbrig and Dirk Sorge
Ableism as Usual? Introduction to the History of Art and Disability, a lecture by Steven Solbrig and Dirk Sorge : How were people with disabilities negotiated, treated and portrayed in the past? What does all this have to do with the visibility of art and culture with disabilities today? How is ableism reflected in society and art? Which artists with disabilities are currently actually visible in the German art and culture sector, who and where not? And what does it take for the equal recognition and participation of artists with disabilities? For example, what would an art history with a disability look like?
Opening, 4 July 2021
Opening, 4 July 2021: For the first time, the Schaudepot can be visited on site and in person. With guided tours, discussions, performances and culinary offers.