URBAN FOOD - MAK on TOUR zum Großmarkt

iCalThu, 28.11.2019

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

URBAN FOOD - MAK on TOUR zum Großmarkt
Wie verändern digital organisierte Transportsysteme und innovative Logistik die Funktion des Marktplatzes? Welchen Einfluss haben neue nachhaltige Anforderungen an Nahrungsmittelproduktion und Ernährungskultur auf städtische Nahrungsketten? Und was bedeutet all das für die Transformation von Urbanität? Diesen Fragen wird am Beispiel des „Großmarkt Wien“ auf den Grund gegangen.
 
Im Rahmen einer Führung durch Österreichs bedeutendsten Logistikstandort für Obst, Gemüse und Blumen kann das Marktgeschehen live miterlebt werden. Themen wie die Zusammenarbeit mit der „Wiener Tafel“ zur Lebensmittelrettung sowie der Trend zu Convenience-Produkten werden näher beleuchtet. Eine Bestandsaufnahme vor Ort und einen Ausblick auf die Zukunft des Marktplatzes bietet ein „Veranstaltungsduo“ des MAK FUTURE LAB in Kooperation mit der Wien Holding und dem Großmarkt Wien.
 

MAK on TOUR zum Großmarkt
Do, 28.11.2019

4:30 Uhr Abfahrt MAK mit Shuttle-Bus
5:00 Uhr Führung durch den Großmarkt Wien mit anschließendem Frühstück
8:00 Uhr Ankunft MAK
Teilnahme frei
Anmeldung erforderlich
 
     

Darüberhinaus findet am Mi, 11.12.2019 die FISH BOWL DISKUSSION "FUTURE FOOD" statt:
10:00 Uhr Kuratorinnenführung durch das MAK DESIGN LAB "FUTURE FOOD: über Kochen, Nahrungsmittelproduktion der Zukunft"
10:45 Uhr Filmpräsentation und Fish Bowl Diskussion
Im Anschluss Erfrischungen und Snacks in der MAK-Säulenhalle
Eintritt mit Anmeldung nur € 5

Das MAK FUTURE LAB ist ein vom MAK – Museum für angewandte Kunst gegründetes Kreativlabor, das durch Workshops, Vorträge, Podiumsgespräche und andere Formate interdisziplinäre Beiträge zur humanen Gestaltung und Nutzung der Digitalen Moderne erarbeitet. Es positioniert Design, Architektur und bildende Kunst als treibende Kräfte von sozial, ökologisch, kulturell und wirtschaftlich nachhaltigen Marktwirtschaftsmodellen und vernetzt diese Kreativsparten – im Rahmen vielfältiger Kooperationen – mit Wissenschaft, Forschung, Wirtschaft und Politik. Das MAK FUTURE LAB hat den Anspruch, sowohl ganzheitliche Orientierungen und davon inspirierte Gemeinwohlstrategien als auch konkrete innovative Geschäftsideen für die Zukunft zu entwickeln.
Day bus tour

MAK ON TOUR

Functionalist Bratislava & Have No Fear of Modernism!
iCalSun, 29.09.2019 10.00 am

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

MAK ON TOUR
On the occasion of the exhibition Have No Fear of Modernism! School of Arts and Crafts in Bratislava (1928–1939)

Program

10 a.m.: Tour of the MAK
11 a.m.: Departure / Bratislava
12 noon: Lunch Break
1:45 p.m.: Functionalist Bratislava: guided tour of the old city with an architecture expert (in English)
3:30 p.m.: Have No Fear of Modernism! Curator-Guided Tour (Burg Bratislava)
(in German)
5 p.m.: Departure / Vienna
 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Price: € 20
Please take with you: Passport and cash
The travel fee can be paid in cash on site.

PROGRAM DETAILS

Tour of the MAK
The fascinatingly complex cultural epoch denoted by the term “Vienna 1900” has long been the stuff of legend. And the equally multifaceted and momentous output of this period’s artisans and designers is the focus of this guided tour.
 
Functionalist Bratislava
The creation of the democratic Czechoslovak Republic in 1918 significantly changed Pressburg’s appearance. Not only was the city’s name changed to Bratislava; a massive building program in the New Construction style was also initiated. Modern shopping centers with gigantic display windows, unpretentiously elegant bank buildings, functionalist hospitals and residential buildings, not to mention a modernist orthodox synagogue, characterize this new Bratislava to this day. The guided tour through the center of Bratislava focuses precisely on this modernist architecture of the interwar years.
 
Have No Fear of Modernism!
School of Arts and Crafts in Bratislava (1928–1939)
14 Dec 2018 – 29 Sep 2019
The exhibition Have No Fear of Modernism! is devoted to the Bratislava School of Applied Arts (1928–1939), in its heyday one of the most progressive foundations of its kind in Europe—and for this reason known as the Slovak Bauhaus. Nevertheless, this unique institution faded almost entirely into obscurity, and only in recent years has it been rediscovered as an important chapter in the history of modern Slovakia. For more information, see here
Day bus tour

MAK ON TOUR to Bratislava

iCalSat, 21.09.2019 10.00 am

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

MAK ON TOUR to Bratislava
On the occasion of the exhibition Human by Design as well as Nasuti – Contemporary Art and Sustainability Festival

Program

10 a.m.: Guided tour MAK DESIGN LAB (MAK)
11 a.m.: Departure / Bratislava
12 noon: Lunch Break
1:45 p.m.: Guided tour Human by Design (Slovak Design Center)
2:45 p.m.: Ride / cultural center Nová Cvernovka
3:15 p.m.: Guided tour buildings and studios (Nová Cvernovka)
4 p.m.: Opening Dancing on the Ruins followed by guided tour (Nová Cvernovka)
5:45 Uhr: Departure / Vienna

Guided tours in Slovakia will be held in English.
Price: € 20

MAK DESIGN LAB

Reinstallation since 29 May 2019
The reinstallation of the MAK DESIGN LAB positions design as a motor of sustainable change. Objects from the MAK Collection are placed into a new context and are positioned at the interface between everyday life, society, digitalization, and climate change based on multi-faceted perspectives.

Human by Design

5 Sep – 30 Oct 2019
The exhibition presents concepts, methods, model situations, case studies, and innovative solutions, which express the urgent desire for change and sustainability. It focuses on the critical but not defeatist voices of a young generation of designers and theoreticians who provide examples of solutions from practice.

The exhibition is part of the Project “Design & Innovation” supported by the EU program INTERREG V-A Slovakia–Austria.

Nasuti Festival

Sat, 21 Sep 2019
The festival aims to raise public awareness of the waste management problem (in general) via an attractive artistic and educational program. It will take place on the premises of the creative center Nová Cvernovka. The program will consist of artistic outputs (installations, talks, performances) and an educational part (lectures, discussions, workshops, close-reading groups, etc.). It will also create a platform for individual presentations by NGOs, initiatives, and creative individuals operating in the fields of art, culture, ecology, and sustainability.
Secession © MAK
MAK on TOUR
Short guided tour of the exhibition and then a walk to select buildings

What Remains of Koloman Moser in Public Spaces?

iCalSun, 31.03.2019 2.00 pm 4.00 pm

MAK – Museum of Applied Arts

What Remains of Koloman Moser in Public Spaces?
Short guided tour of the exhibition and then a walk to select buildings with curator Christian Witt-Dörring

Although Koloman Moser’s works are now preserved almost exclusively in museums or private collections, his artistic influence on the city’s architecture is unmistakable. As part of MAK on TOUR, we will see Moser’s artistic contributions to the façade of Otto Wagner’s house at Wienzeile 38 as well as the Secession building. Prior to setting off, we will discuss the art theoretical foundation of Moser’s works of the late 1890s in the course of a short guided tour of the exhibition.

Meeting point: MAK Ticket Desk, Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna
Total price: Regular € 26 / Reduced € 24