Arena Blind Dates
From 14 January 2010
at the Bauhaus Museum Dessau
Arena Blind Dates – Series of events in the new Bauhaus Museum Dessau
Your theatre group is looking for new members and audiences? Your class is organising an art project and needs a place to perform? You’re living nearby the Bauhaus Museum Dessau and you would like to tell about the development of the inner city in the last few years? You’re committed to intercultural exchange and you want to show your work to the public? Or is dancing your passion and you’d like to share it with others? Maybe you’re good at some kind of handicraft only less still perform and you want pass that knowledge to others? Your short stories and poems are always hidden in the drawer and this shall finally change? Is your band waiting for a chance to get finally out of the rehearsal room?…
…Guess you’re lucky! With the Open Stage in the Bauhaus Museum Dessau, there’s a new place for such activities. The ground floor of the museum with Rita McBride’s Arena is offering a space for new encounters and exchange. All this in the in the city centre of Dessau. We want to invite associations, institutions, independent groups and individuals to present their hobbies, activities and social or cultural engagement to the museum visitors in the event series Arena Blind Dates. Don’t worry: It doesn’t have to be perfect. We just want to motivate you to try something new, to experiment and to let others be a part of it.
The Arena Blind Dates start on 14 January 2020. The events will start at 5 p.m. in the Open Stage at the ground floor of the Bauhaus Museum Dessau. Admission free!
We would be pleased about creative suggestions from Dessau-Roßlau and the surrounding for events to join in, debate or to just watch. If you’d like to take a part in the series, please contact the project team, namely Kilian Gärtner, Susanne Mittmann and Philipp Sack, by sending a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re going talk over and decide together with you in which format and on which date your event can take place, who takes over which tasks and how we’re going to do the public relations for your event.
The organiser reserves the right to make use of its domestic authority and to deny access to the event to or exclude from it persons who belong to right-wing extremist parties or organisations, belong to the right-wing extremist scene or have already appeared in the past through racist, nationalist, anti-Semitic or other inhuman statements.