Access to the occupational realm is the most important factor (besides education) for successful integration of foreigners.
In this intercultural workshop, designers, architects, and artisans who recently immigrated to Austria, together with local
changemakers and people from the creative fields, will take up the question of how design can contribute to maximizing the
refugees’ potential with regard to integration and work.The aim of this IDRV-moderated workshop is to envision abstract ideas in implementation scenarios; in addition, the workshop
offers an opportunity for dialog and networking with colleagues working in Vienna’s creative scene. Limited number of participantsTo register, please send an email by 15 June 2016 with a brief rationale for why you want to participate to:
A project as part of the design> new strategies partnership between the MAK and the Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure.
Curated by: IDRV – Institute of Design Research Vienna, Harald Gruendl, Ulrike Haele
Project coordination: Thomas Geisler, Curator, MAK Design Collection; Miriam Kathrein, Vienna Business Agency, creative center departure
VIENNA BIENNALE App
Nominate your "Changemakers" for the StadtFabrik topics!
The ongoing VIENNA BIENNALE Ideas for Change app serves as a participative tool for the StadtFabrik. Changemakers can continue to be nominated for the main themes of the StadtFabrik and add to the densifying network of established creative industrial production in the city.
The changemaker nominated by the StadtFabrik [City factory] for the area INCLUSION, A Wiener, halal!, makes the typical Austrian “Wiener” hotdog stand accessible to a broader audience by adapting it to Islamic dietary restrictions
(“halal”). This artistic intervention merges stereotypes and culinary traditions and inspires encounters, dialog, and mutual
respect through common mealtimes.
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Opening HoursTue 10 a.m.–10 p.m.Wed–Sun 10 a.m.–6 p.m.Mon closedFree Admission onTuesdays 6–10 p.m.As of 1.1.2018: Tuesdays 6–10 p.m. admission € 5
Admission€ 9,90 / reduced € 7,50As of 1.1.2018: € 12 / reduced € 9Free admission for children and teens under 19Free Admission onTuesdays 6–10 p.m.As of 1.1.2018: Tuesdays 6–10 p.m. admission € 5 Family ticket € 13 / As of 1.1.2018 € 15(two adults and at least one minor child up to 14)Vienna 1900-Combined Ticket€ 17,90 / reduced € 14,50valid for MAK and Leopold Museum
Guided ToursMAK TOURS – every Saturday at 11 a.m. a tour through the MAK in German; every Sunday at noon in English.Attendance fee: € 3,50 per person (1 h), € 5 per person (1,5 h), except children up to 6 and holders of
“Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur-Pass”
Special and Group Toursby advance bookingGabriele Fabiankowitsch, Head of Educational Program and Guided ToursT +43 1 711 36-298(Mon–Fri 10 a.m.–4 p.m.),
Multimedia Guidefor Vienna 1900, Asia, Carpets: € 2Or download the app for free to your own tablet (iOS and Android)!
Barrier Free AccessLift at the entrance at Weiskirchnerstraße 3, accessible toilets for disabled visitors.