exhibitions

2019: Schulgespräche. Junge Muslim*innen in Wien. exhibiton from september 18 2019 until february 2 2020, curated by Georg Traska at Volkskundemuseum Wien.
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2019: Only the Violins Remain. Alma & Arnold Rosé. First special exhibition at the House of Austrian History, November 10 2018 to May 12 2019.
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2018: What Remains: Traces of Refugees - Being a Refugee, exhibition May 17, 2018 to January 13, 2019, Wien Museum.
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2018: Letzte Orte vor der Deportation Kleine Sperlgasse, Castellezgasse, Malzgasse. opening: 09. Mai 2018, Duration: 11 May 2018 to 1 February 2019, Amtshaus Leopoldstadt
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2018: Von Leitmeritz bis ins Burgtheater. The storybook career of an actress. A poster exhibition with original pictures of the czech cartoonist Nikkarin, April 9. until 20. 42018, Aula der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
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2016: Letzte Orte vor der Deportation.November 9 2016 - November 10 2017, an exhibiton at the Outer Castle Gate-Heldenplatz (Äußeres Burgtor / Heldenplatz Vienna, Krypta des Heldendenkmals)
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2016: Spettacolo barocco! Triumph of Theatre.March 2 2016 - January 30 2017, an exhibition at the Theatermuseum, Vienna (accompanying the annual IKT conference)
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2016 Divided Memories. Czechoslovakia 1937-1948 (Czech, German, Austrian and Slovak Memories), February 09 until April 10 2016, an exhibition at The Austrian Museum of Folk Life and Folk Art, Vienna.
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2016: Spojování rozdělené minulosti. Československo v letech 1937 - 1948. Vzpomínky Čechů, Němců, Rakušanů a Slováků, Neustädter Rathaus Prag, February 8, 2016 until March 6, 2016.

2016: Rozdělené spomienky. Československo 1937 - 1948 (Česi, Nemci, Rakúšania a Slováci), Universitätsbibliothek Bratislava, February 11, 2016 until March 31, 2016.

 

2015 41 Tage. The End of War 1945 – Concentration of Violence April 16 until July 3, 2015, an exhibiton at the Outer Castle Gate-Heldenplatz
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2015: Lost in the Holocaust: Jewish Neighbourhoods in Bosnia and Herzegovina (as part of the EU-Project After the Traces of our Neighbours. Jews in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Holocaust) shown in Vienna, Sarajevo, Zagreb and Jasenovac, also as a bilingual online exhibition (Bosnian) and (English).  

2013/11 Holocaust in Europe. November 5, 2013 until January 21, 2014, an exhibition at the Nestroyhof Hamakom theatre, Vienna.
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