Dresden river side in autuum (photo: S. Schueckel)
Friday, 13 September: Eishockey Dresdner Eislöwen
On Friday there is the first matchday of the new season in Eishockey. The Dresdner Eislöwen play against EV Landshut. On Friday 20.9. will be the next match played in the modern EnergieVerbund Arena. The season has just started!
Beginning: 7:30 pm.; Admission: 14 €; How to get there: EnergieVerbund Arena; TRAM 10 ‘Krankenhaus Friedrichstadt’ stop; TRAM 6, 11 ‘Kongresszentrum’ stop; TRAM 1, 2 ‘Bahnhof Mitte’ stop.
More information (German): www.eisloewen.de/preise
Saturday, 14 September: Frozen Records
As early as 1923 the Bauhaus artist László Moholy-Nagy worked on the still young medium of records for his sound experiments. This evening follows Moholy-Nagy’s curiosity – and celebrates the record. The concert performance “Frozen Records” by Claudia Märzendorfer is at the center, and with it the transience and tenderness of art: records made of ice that only sound for a short time before they dissolve and finally fall silent.
Beginning: 9 pm; Admission: 11 €; How to get there: Europäisches Zentrum der Künste Dresden; First Tram 7 ‘Infineon Nord’ stop, switch to Bus 72 ‘Dresden Am Festspielhaus’ stop.
More information: www.hellerau.org/en/event/frozen-records
Sunday, 15 September: Semper Opera House – Guided tour
Experience a piece of history and fascinating architecture in equal measure. Explore one of the most beautiful and culturally renowned opera houses in the world – the Dresden Semper Opera. During the rehearsal and performance-free periods, you can visit the Semper Opera almost daily as part of a guided tour. Guided tours are available in German and English. Admire the magnificent architecture in the style of the Italian High Renaissance and explore the rooms, which have been reconstructed and richly decorated according to original models. Experience the eventful history of this glamorous opera house and learn the background of the unmistakable acoustics of the auditorium.
Beginning: 2:15 pm; Admission: 15 €; How to get there: Theaterplatz 2; Tram 1, 2, 4, 11, 12 ‘Postplatz’ stop.
Monday, 16 September: Street Art Tour Dresden
What about an alternative city tour? Get a look on the streetart of the Dresden Neustadt!
On this trip you’ll get an insight into the local and international scene of street art, in the district of the Dresden Neustadt. Whether pasteup, stencil, mural or wall design, legall or illegall graffiti can be discovered here. This tour will sensitize the viewer to art in urban space.
Beginning: 2 pm; Admission: 15 €; How to get there: Albertplatz/Artesischer Brunnen, Bautzner Straße 1, 01099 Dresden; next to the Adventure-room; Tram 3, 6, 7, 8, 12 ‘Albertplatz’ stop.
Tuesday, 17 September: Movie night
“Once upon a time… in Hollywood” is shown in the Schauburg Dresden with original tone and German subtitels. A good way to train your German skills, while enjoing the latest film of Quentin Tarantino! Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film takes place in Los Angeles in 1969, at a time when everything is in upheaval. Even TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his long-time stunt-double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) have to find their way in an industry they hardly recognize anymore.
The film features a large cast and numerous storylines and pays homage to the last moments of Hollywood’s golden age.
Beginning: 4:45 pm; How to get there: ; Tram line 7, 8, 13 ‘Bischofsweg’ stop.
More information: www.schauburg-dresden.de/index.php?page=originalfassungen
Wednesday, 18 September: Punk-Yoga at AZ Conni
Why punk-yoga? Normally Yoga has a spiritual backround. In the AZ Conni you will find nice people, that prefer to do Yoga for themselves and the group, not for a far away Guru!
Yoga is a series of movements that are good for the whole body. Flexibility, endurance and strength are trained at the same time. As a special bonus yoga offers us a mindset outside of competition, performance thinking and ambition and is a guide to develop mindfulness for our bodies and to feel good with us. Which doesn’t mean that you won’t sweat :D
The yoga class at AZ Conni is suitable for beginners*, experienced yogis, all body shapes and fitness levels. Questions and wishes are very welcome. Come as you are!
What you need: Comfortable clothes in which you feel comfortable and can easily move. A yoga or sleeping mat (you can also lend one). If you have any questions please just write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Afterwards there will be donation-based food (Küfa = Cusine for all) and a little party called “Start ins Wochenende” (engl.: starting in the weekend) under the motto:
“We are tired of a demanding every day life full of work /school /university /Hartz IV/ procedures for granting the right of asylum and daily racism, therefore we are inviting you to start the weekend on Wednesday with us.” Later on the techno-collective “tba” makes some music inside, while you can still sit outside in the green garden, skate or play table tennis. If the weather is good there might be a campfire.
Beginning: 5:30 p.m.; Food: 8 p.m.; Party: 10 p.m.; Admission: free; donation based; How to get there: Rudolf-Leonhard-Str. 39, 01099 Dresden; https://bit.ly/31Q5wul; TRAM 7, 8, ‘Tannenstraße (Goetheinstitut)’ stop.
More information (German): https://www.azconni.de/en/termin-regular/80691/
Thursday, 19 September: ‘Unwanted Art’
In the former DDR Art was part of the political agenda. Despite the government did not want an Art scene that produced abstract paintings, many did what they thought to be good and dealt with the following repression. Today this highlights of East German works are still widely unknown and only now exhibited in the “Galerie Kunstausstellung Kühl” in the Dresden Neustadt. There are mostly artists from Dresden issued that produced from the 1950s until the 1980s.
Time: 11 am – 7 pm; Admission: Free; How to get there: Nordstraße 5, 01099 Dresden; TRAM 7, 8, ‘Tannenstraße (Goetheinstitut)’ stop.
More information (German): www.kunstausstellung-kuehl.de