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The Café in the Orangery opens its doors on Sunday, July 18, 2021 at 1.00 p.m. until 5.00 p.m..

We are very much looking forward to your visit!

In June, the fellows of 2022 have been selected by an expert jury.

The publication Art in a Conflicted World presents works by Sarah Dobai, Nikita Kadan, Ali Eisa and Sebastian Lloyd Rees (Lloyd Corporation) as well as writings by Alisa Ganieva and Tanya Breslin Zaharchenko. The contributions are the fruits of an interdisciplinary fellowship program at Kulturstiftung Schloss Wiepersdorf that offers the participants an opportunity to gain fresh creative and cultural insights, test ways of engaging with complexity, and develop models for the future that transcend national boundaries.

Published by DCV in June 2021.

Through her work for Schloss Wiepersdorf over many years, Elfriede Donath knew numerous renowned artists and writers personally who were guests at the castle. She spoke of her experiences as a contemporary witness in the video installation "Wiepersdorf between War and Peace" by Sebastian Eschenbach, which was shown in Wiepersdorf in the summer of 2020. We thank her from the bottom of our hearts for her commitment.

Wiepersdorf zwischen Krieg und Frieden - Trailer with Elfriede Donath

Bios and fellowship projects of all 2021 fellows can be found here: Current Fellows