Karlsruhe | August 8 to September 15, 2019

Schlosslichtspiele

- Entry free -

Thank you to 350.000 visitors at the 2018 SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE

See you on 8th August

 

Program

Currently there is no program

Artists 2019

The shows of the 2019 SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE will be announced soon!

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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

Currently there are no events in front of the castle

Impressions

Impressions of Schlosslichtspiele 2018

Photos: Uli Deck

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Karlsruhe Marketing und 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.

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.