Karlsruhe | August 3rd until September 10th 2017

Schlosslichtspiele

- Entry free -

Seasons of Schlosslichtspiele Karlsruhe 2017

From thursday, August 3, 2017

9:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m.

From friday, August 18, 2017

9 p.m. until 11:30 p.m.

From friday, September 1, 2017

8:30 p.m. until 11:30 p.m.

Information: Schlosslichtspiele take place every day!

“Schlosslichtspiele 2017” as the unique backdrop for your summer event

For the third time, the Karlsruhe castle will shine in a unique way at the “Schlosslichtspiele 2017” and the baroque facade will perhaps become Germany’s largest screen – the backdrop for your events. In 2017, the event area in the eastern naiad forest will also be booked by companies and individuals for company anniversaries, business or network events, as well as receptions. The specialist team of the KARLSRUHE EVENT GmbH offers a customized concept according to your wishes. Thereby, the diverse offer reaches from a champagne reception to a flying buffet up to a classy evening with a cultural framework program.
You can get further information from Lilith Kammerer at or 0721 782045-243, as well as on the internet at www.schlosslichtspiele.info.

Impressions of 2016 and further informations for 2017 here

 

Program

Artists

New shows 2017

Asymptote: Hani Rashid + Lise Anne Couture

»Hyperfine Splitting 008_Mediations on Jakob´s Ladder, 2017«

Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture formed the art and architecture collaborative Asymptote in 1989 in New York City. Their innovative and visionary works have received global acclaim, and in 2004 they were awarded the prestigious Friedrich-Kiesler-Preis für Architektur und Kunst and named by Time magazine as Leaders in Innovation for the 21st Century. Asymptote’s installations have been presented at numerous museums, including MoMA and the Guggenheim, as well as Documenta XI. (Photo: Naho Kubota Photography)

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Eyal Gever

»CLEANSING, 2017«

Eyal Gever (b. 1970 in Tel Aviv) has been involved with the development of 3-D technologies for nearly 20 years and has received numerous awards for his innovations in the fields of multimedia design and technology. In 2014, working for NASA, he began development on the first artwork to be produced in outer space, using a 3-D printer designed for zero gravity: a sculpture based on a visualization of the sound of human laughter. (Foto: Eyal Gever, 2016)

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Greg Lynn

»Rolling Eye, 2017«

Greg Lynn (b. 1964 in Ohio) has redefined the design of complex functional, ergonomic, and biomorphic forms via digital technology. In 2008 he won the Golden Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. In 2001, Time magazine named him one of the 21st century’s 100 most innovative people. He is currently a professor of architecture at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and at the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture in Los Angeles.

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Maxin10sity

»Structures of Life, 2017«

The work of Hungarian artist collective Maxin10sity has already been shown at the last two iterations of the Karlsruhe Schlosslichtspiele. The group has also put on projections at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, and the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest.

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Urbanscreen

»INHOMOGENEOUS, 2017«

Urbanscreen is a Bremen-based artist collective specializing in site-specific multimedia installations in public spaces. Since 2005, the work of this interdisciplinary team of architects, media artists, set designers, musicians, and technology specialists has focused on the dialogue between video art and urban communication. (Foto: Urbanscreen, 2017)

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Peter Weibel

»Velografie für Drais, 2017«

Peter Weibel (b. 1944 in Odessa) has been the director of Karlsruhe’s ZKM | Center for Art and Media since 1999 and a professor of media theory at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna since 1984.

Zaha Hadid Architects

»BEHAVIOUR MORPHE, 2017«

For over 40 years, the London-based architecture and design studio Zaha Hadid Architects has been realizing breathtaking architecture projects around the world, including the Guangzhou Opera House, Phaeno Science Center in Wolfsburg, and the BMW Central Building in Leipzig. Star architect Zaha Hadid (1950–2016) was a pioneer of deconstructivist architecture; in 2014 she was the first woman to be honored with the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize. (Photo: Zaha Hadid Architects)

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SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE – A SUCCESS STORY

With its 170 meters of projection surface, the castle of Karlsruhe is perhaps the largest, but definitely the most beautiful screen in Germany. 24 high performance projectors make the castle shine in a different splendor every night – available for everyone free of charge, in the center of Karlsruhe. Already during the first year of the “Schlosslichtspiele”, the “Schlossplatz” – the actual heart of Karlsruhe – was rediscovered by the people of Karlsruhe and enjoyed great popularity among all ages and income groups every night. Over the course of the summer, the “Schlossplatz” became the meeting point for everyone in Karlsruhe as well as tourists. It is a success story that continues in 2017.

Your company has the opportunity to become part of this success as a partner.

Events at the castle

SWR4 Sommererlebnis
FR |
1. September 2017

15:00 bis 18:00 Uhr


Radio zum Anfassen und gemeinsam feiern


Eintritt frei!


SWR Fernsehen Familienfest
SO |
3. September 2017

mit Max Giesinger, Beatrice Egli sowie den Comedians Christian Chako Habekost und Özcan Cosar


Nach der Veranstaltung starten die SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE!


Veranstalter: SWR Fernsehen / KEG KARLSRUHE EVENT GmbH


Jetzt Tickets sichern: Erwachsene zahlen 10 Euro, Kinder bis einschließlich 13 Jahre haben freien Eintritt.


Vorverkaufsstellen:


Verkaufsstellen des ADAC, Geschäftsstellen der BNN, ETTLINGER TOR Karlsruhe, Badisches Landesmuseum im Schloss, Tourist-Information Karlsruhe am Bahnhofsplatz 6, Congress Apotheke in der Ettlinger Straße 5, Notebookpartner in der Ettlinger Straße 9.


Zudem können Tickets über die Sparda Bank Hotline 0711 / 20 06 38 06 bestellt werden.


www.heimattage-karlsruhe.de


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2. Foodtruck Convention Karlsruhe
FR | bis SO |
8. September - 10. September 2017

Auch 2017 wieder rund um das Karl-Friedrich-Denkmal


Auch 2017 lockt die 2. FOODTRUCK CONVENTION KARLSRUHE mit kulinarischer Vielfalt rund um das Karl-Friedrich-Denkmal vor dem Schloss Karlsruhe. Von vegetarisch über vegan bis hin zu Spezialitäten aus dem Smoker – es ist für jeden etwas dabei. Burger, Burritos, Maultaschen und vieles mehr werden frisch hergestellt und warten darauf, probiert zu werden. Von Freitag, den 8. September bis Sonntag, den 10. September laden Sie die Foodtrucks zu einem kulinarischen Erlebnis der besonderen Art ein. Weiterhin darf man sich an jedem der drei Tage auf die allabendlichen Schlosslichtspiele sowie am Sonntag auf den Landesfestumzug im Rahmen der Heimattage Karlsruhe 2017 freuen. Der Eintritt frei!


Landesfestumzug
SO |
10. September 2017

Innenstadt und Schloss


Bei den Landesfesttagen begegnen sich Trachtenverbände aus ganz Baden-Württemberg. Zudem nehmen auch die internationalen Gruppen der parallel stattfindenden Folkoria daran teil. Das Festwochenende beginnt mit der Verleihung der Heimatmedaille und findet mit dem Landesfestumzug seinen krönenden Abschluss.


Veranstalter: KEG KARLSRUHE EVENT GmbH


www.heimattage-karlsruhe.de


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Impressions

Schlosslichtspiele - The Summer 2017 Highlight

Impressions of Schlosslichtspiele 2016

Photos: Uli Deck

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Parking at the Castle

Parkhaus Schlossplatz

Schlossplatz

76133 Karlsruhe


Total parking spaces: 346

Opening times

Open all day

Further parking available?

Arrival

Staying overnight

Staying overnight

More than a million overnight guests per year speak for themselves.
With more than roughly 6,500 beds in hotels, pensions, apartment hotels, youth hostels, and camping, Karlsruhe offers a wide range of accommodation offers. Something can be found in every price category from 4-star hotels to family-run pensions. Regardless of whether you are in Karlsruhe for business or leisure – use the free hotel booking service provided by the Karlsruhe Tourism GmbH.


Weekend in Karlsruhe
Starting at as little as €74 per person in a double room | incl. the new Karlsruhe Card
Book at: +49 (0) 721 3720 5383


Karlsruhe Card – The best way to explore the city at a low cost and comfortably!
Starting at as little as €18.50, the Karlsruhe Card offers numerous discounts and free services for entrance fees, bus and tram rides. The Karlsruhe Card is available as a 24-, 48- or 72-hour card, starting with the first use of the mobility partner “Karlsruhe Verkehrs-Verbund KVV” or of one of the other partners.
The Karlsruhe Card is available at the tourist information office in Karlsruhe that is located right across from the central station, on the online shop at www.karlsruhe-tourismus.de/shop and in many hotels. More information at: www.karlsruhe-card.de

Organizer

KARLSRUHE EVENT GMBH

Your central contact when it comes to big events in Karlsruhe.
Events are a first-class communication tool. Emotionalization and the so-called “sense of unity” play a huge role in this and are used to create lasting bonds, business platforms, and a positive perception of the location. Therefore, the city of Karlsruhe paved the way for the municipal KARLSRUHE EVENT GMBH in 2014.

ZKM Karlsruhe

The ZKM | Center for Art and Media is a cultural institution that is unique worldwide, because it is a place that expands the original purposes of a museum. It is a place of all media and genres, of room-based arts, such as paintings, photography, and sculptures, as well as of time-based arts such as film, video, media art, music, dance, theater, and performance. The ZKM was founded in 1989 as a museum with the mission to perpetuate classic arts with the digital age. That is why it is sometimes also called the “electronic or digital Bauhaus” – an expression that is ascribed to Heinrich Klotz. Furthermore, the ZKM is also home to institutes and laboratories, in which people do scientific research, develop, and produce. Besides making sure that the original main idea of a museum, namely that works of art do not disappear, the ZKM has also taken over the task of creating the conditions for the creation of works of art – by guest artists and also by its employees. That is why it is called center and not museum.