Austrian Cultural Forum London

Features & upcoming events

Double Bill: The She Devil & Crossing Boundaries

25 May 2016, 7.00pm | Regent Street Cinema

Heimatfilm, a genre particular to the German-speaking world drew on the tradition of Bergfilm (mountain film), as promoted by the Frank School in the 1920s and 30s. The Heimatfilm idealised the beauty of nature and fulfilled the audiences’ need to ...

The Poetry Periscope Project

The Poetry Periscope Project. A sound installation featuring a poem by Friederike Mayröcker

27 April – 16 October 2016
This bright yellow ‘poetry jukebox’ will be hard to miss when it appears on the Piazza of the British Library from 27 April – 19 May before touring to other venues nationwide during 2016, including ...
Austrian Film Season

Austrian Film Season

8 May – 18 June 2016 | Regent Street Cinema
The ACF Cineclub was established in 2007 by filmmaker and curator Fritz Urschitz and covers a wide spectrum of Austrian film, ranging from feature to documentary film and experimental shorts. The ACF London in partnership ...
Maria Lassnig

Maria Lassnig

18 May – 18 September 2016 | Tate Liverpool
Tate Liverpool presents a major exhibition of works by Austrian artist Maria Lassnig (1919–2014), now considered one of the most original painters of the twentieth century. Spanning her career from the 1940s in Vienna to ...
Gustav Deutsch's Film Ist

Gustav Deutsch's Film Ist

29 May 2016, 4.00pm | Regent Street Cinema
Part of the Austrian Film Season in partnership with Regent Street Cinem. Gustav Deutsch, the maestro of found footage filmmaking, investigates the endless wealth of the medium in this triple bill. The first film (1998 ...
Austrian Studies 25: Celebrations. Festkultur in Austria

Austrian Studies 25: Celebrations. Festkultur in Austria

9 June 2016, 7.00pm
To mark its 25th issue, Austrian Studies and the ACF London will host a special reception examining the culture and practices surrounding anniversaries. A conference at the Ingeborg Bachmann Centre (9–10 June) will continue discuss ...
ACF 60th Anniversary Open House Weekend

ACF 60th Anniversary Open House Weekend

17 – 19 June 2016 | Austrian Cultural Forum London
To celebrate our 60th anniversary the ACF London opens its doors for a special weekend of performances and events. We invite you to enjoy a series of anniversary commissions including artworks, film, concerts and literature ...

News

University of Vienna's Summer School

Find out more about this exciting summer school opportunity for international students at the Wolfgangsee campus! http://shs.univie.ac.at/shs

BKA Call for Applications

The BKA is now accepting applications for their 2016 Artist-in-Residence-Programme. Find out more here.

650th Anniversary of the University of Vienna
Eine opulente Schau zum Denkerzirkel als Höhepunkt im Ausstellungsreigen zum 650-Jahr-Jubiläum der Uni Wien.
Auf über 1000 Quadratmetern wird in den ehemaligen Turnräumen quasi im Bauch der Universität die Geschichte des einzigartigen interdisziplinären Denkerzirkels erzählt: seine Vorgeschichte, die eigentliche Zeit seiner Existenz von 1924 bis 1936, aber auch die Vertreibung seiner Protagonisten und deren internationale Wirkung.

The 650th Anniversary of the University of Vienna is marked with a variety of events throughout the year. The events in the anniversary year range from the New Year's Concert 2015 – the Main Building of the University of Vienna was the backdrop for a ballet shoot – to the solemn opening of the anniversary year on 12 March 2015 and the Campus Festival in June. Our 650th anniversary year is packed with many highlights. More info

ForeignStudents.com

An excellent resource for foreign students coming to or already in the UK.  The website includes a directory of scholarships & a useful guide to the NHS. Find out more at www.foreignstudents.com/

Austrian government awards, grants and subsidies for translation

With a view to promoting (Austrian or foreign) translators or the translation of Austrian contemporary literature, subsidies, grants and awards are available from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture.  Click here for more information.