Programme for Accompanying Persons and Sightseeing for all


Friday, 30 October 2015, 12:00-17:00

12:00-13:00          
Luncheon at Restaurant „Max on One“ at Jumeirah Hotel – an opportunity to get to know each other
13:00 Transfer to museum "Schirn"
13:30
Guided tour of exhibition: Strong Women. Women artists of the Avant-Garde in Berlin 1910-1932
15:30
Cake time at Café Margarete
about 17:00
Back at hotel
18:30
Bus transfer to evening event
19:30
An evening of cars and networking
                                             
A reconverted old tractor factory, the Klassikstadt is one of Frankfurt’s most stunning event locations. Now hosting 35 companies and workshops dedicated to classic cars and their restoration, it showcases a century of automotive history. Enjoy an atmospheric evening with dinner, live music and cocktails at the Klassikstadt!


Klassikstadt Frankfurt

Source of the image: Klassikmarken GmbH

Saturday, 31 October 2015, 11:00-16:30

11:00           
Networking Break
11:30-12:15                      
BMW automotive production in times of digitalization (Christian Dunckern)
  The automotive industry is the biggest customer of automation technology and a pioneer regarding the development and realization of new production systems and technologies. Christian Dunckern is Senior Vice President Technical Planning at BMW. In his keynote, he will provide insights into the future of automotive production as envisaged by the BMW Group. It will focus not only on the production technologies that will be applied but also on the overall challenges that have to be mastered.
12:15-13:15                         
There’s a super brain in every head - A simply unforgettable experience (Markus Hofmann)
  Why is it so important to have a good memory? Because it lets us advance in our private as well as in our business lives. The trick is to interlink the right and left hemispheres of our brain with simple - and even fun - techniques. Markus Hofmann will present them to you – and you can try them out right away during this session. Markus Hofmann is one of the most inspiring and effective memory experts as well as one of the most wanted top speakers for companies of all segments of industry. Let him take you on this journey of using your brain more effectively than ever before.
13:15-14:30 Lunch at Jumeirah Hotel
14:30-16:30 Guided tour of Frankfurt

Stories from all epochs of Frankfurt – too curious to be listed in the official chronicles!
16:30 Back at Jumeirah hotel an end of event

 


STORM WOMEN. WOMEN ARTISTS OF THE AVANT-GARDE IN BERLIN 1910-1932

DER STURM (English: THE STORM) marked the emergence into modern art and an attempt to unite the international avant-garde. Originally founded in 1910 as a magazine for the promotion of Expressionist art, the name STURM quickly became a trademark: its editor, the writer and gallery owner Herwarth Walden, established the STURM Academy, STURM soirées, a STURM stage, and the STURM Gallery, at which, among others, Marc Chagall, Franz Marc, Wassily Kandinsky, and Paul Klee exhibited their works. What is less well known, however, is that Walden also had great respect for female artists – around one fourth of the artists presented at his gallery were women.


The SCHIRN devotes the first large-scale thematic exhibition to these STURM women. It will assemble more than 300 works of art by female artists of Expressionism, Cubism, Futurism, Constructivism, and New Objectivity. The result is a somewhat different overview of the most important art movements in Berlin in the early 20th century. Like their male counterparts at the time, works by some of these women artists were exhibited for the first time in Germany: among the most prominent are Sonia Delaunay, Alexandra Exter, Natalia Gontcharova, Else Lasker-Schüler, Gabriele Münter, and Marianne von Werefkin. They are joined by further female artists who have been unjustifiably forgotten, or have been neglected by the public. The exhibition at the SCHIRN will be the first extensive presentation of art by the STURM women, bringing it closer to a broader public.


http://www.schirn.de/en/STORM_WOMEN.html


Short bio of Ingrid Schlögl


Ingrid Schlögl, born in Frankfurt, graduated from Johann Wolfgang Goethe Unversity Frankfurt in Art History and Education in 2005. Since then she has been devoted to convey knowledge of art at Frankfurt’s renowned Schirn Kunsthalle and Städelmuseum. She has lived and worked in the USA, on Martinique as well as in Manchester, UK, but returned to Frankfurt. She is also regularly accompanying and guiding organized art and cultural travels.



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