Vienna Jewellery Days
As the extension of the popular Vienna Jewellery Night, the Vienna Jewellery Days
offer a more in-depth look at the scene. Organised for the second time, the platform for contemporary jewellery aims to shine a light on contemporary jewellery production and offer a unique opportunity to deepen the knowledge and enjoyment of the art and craft. Various exhibitions, individual and group presentations, workshops, guided tours of galleries, shops and studios, lectures, discussions and more, are ready and waiting for the visitors, uncovering topics such as innovative auteur jewellery, upcycling, or current trends in traditional gold and silversmithing.
8 - 12 November 2016
Vienna Design Week
Austria’s largest design festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary in big style. With over 150 events happening during the festival, including numerous exhibitions, workshops, participatory projects, talks, collaborations and guided tours throughout the city, Vienna Design Week
will be bridging the gap between the specialist and the broad-based public. It is presenting two entirely new formats, with graphic and industrial design focuses, featuring an enlarged architecture feature, so join in to discover all the news in product culture and forward-thinking design.
30 September – 9 October 2016
Long Night of DIY
The culture of crafting is a bona fide movement nowadays, and the Long Night of DIY proves just that, uniting three countries and their handcrafting aficionados for late hours filled with making, learning, sharing, and socialising. Taking place in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland simultaneously, the Long Night features almost 300 separate workshops, 10 of which are taking place in Austria
, on the topics of stitching, cake pops, printing or pottery, upcycling, and more. There is something for every creative minded individual, and it all promotes a sustainable way of consuming, so join the party, and join the movement!
24 September 18:00- 22:00
Germany, Austria, Switzerland
A truly mesmerising installation put on by the Jan Arnold Gallery at the MQ invites a contemporary dialogue about the social and political structure of our society. With fashion pieces by FCKU FSHN- Kevin Klein’s non-commercial designs, and Olivier Hölzl’s video works presented as an artistic statement on the international arms industry, the exhibition moves within the context of visual manipulation. Utterly interactively, it makes the visitors become a part of it all via a twisted economic exchange, so if you want to witness something out of the ordinary, this is the place!
16 September- 2 October 2016
MQ - Electric Avenue
Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna
An exhibition exploring the correlation between fashion and sportswear with a focus on social, formal and aesthetic contexts, is taking place at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
(MKG), with over 150 articles of clothing, prints, posters, photographs and films, on display. The extensive presentation is shedding light on the development of fashion, sportswear and changing body ideals as well as the influence of textile technology on clothing. What's more, Flora Miranda, whose dress was spotted at the IFS Another Austria Showcase this year, is featured in the exhibit with her Warp outfit.
2 September 2016 - 20 August 2017
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg
The ninth edition of the WearFair
is coming to the Tabakfabrik in Linz at the end of the month, loaded with eco fair fashion, organic food, sustainable ideas, and a side programme with a few fashion-centered highlights. A fashion show entitled Reflect Me Not ?! will be presenting 10 eco-fair designers and their collections, while a panel discussion will be considering the sustainable model in footwear production. As a part of the The Clean Clothes Campaign
, the panel discussion joins the worldwide debate on the sustainable and slow-fashion movement. Join in!
23rd- 25th September
Eligius Award 2016
The exhibition Eligius Award: Jewelry from Austria
, comes back to the MAK for the third time to offer insight into Austria’s contemporary jewelry scene. As Austria’s only award of this kind, it presents a focused group of objects chosen by the jury, including works by this year’s award winner, Lena Grabher. Next to the new works, a renowned jewelry artist has been honored under the ‘retrospective’ category, showing works that have long enjoyed a reputation for success. This year, Anna Heindl and 90 of her works from the late 1970s to the present time were picked, so don’t miss the exhibit and come see the new and the classic come together!
7th- 25th September
MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art