The Museo de Arte de Ponce will present Decay and Revolution : Art in Vienna, 1890-1910. The Exhibition consists of 36 works from the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria, and will represent different aspects of artistic creation during one of the most vibrant periods in the history of Western art.
In cooperation with the Washington Piano Arts Council we are proud to announce The Thirteenth Annual Winner’s Grand Prix Concert at the Embassy of Austria.
Raise the Roof is Hearst's primary fundraiser. All proceeds go to support the Hearst PTA and fund things such as classroom supplies, professional development for teachers, new technology to assist classroom learning, field trips and much more!
The Austrian saxophonist Martina Stückler and the Latvian pianist Mara Zanderstone form the ‘Colart duo’ will play a range of classic in this concert at the Austrian Cultural Forum.
The illustrated book talk will trace the life and work of Vienna-born Sydney architect Harry Seidler (1923-2006); his key role in bringing Modernism and Bauhaus principles to Australia.
Join Bruce, Beverly, Ingrid, and the alumni of Princeton University, New York University, and Johns Hopkins. Meet diplomats and artists. Enjoy wine, hor d'ouerves, the art of physiognomy (face reading), a silent auction, and the art work of six artists.
In relation towards the centenary of the beginning of the First World War in 1914, the duo Aima Labra-Makk (Piano) and Florian Kitt (Violoncello) will play a selection of music that were written just before and after this war, in combination or relation to two works written recently, hundred years later.
Related to the Series of World War I Centenary the Austrian Cultural Forum is proud to present the lecture of Steven Beller about modernism in 1914 as the kick-start for changes that brought us the world we live in today.
On May 10 the European Union Embassies and the EU Delegation to the United States will open their doors to the public for the annual EU Embassies' Open House: a day of family fun, food, culture and more.
The Austrian Cultural Forum wants to draw attention to the performance ‘Love Club’ by the Viennese collective God´s Entertainment at the Goethe-Institut Washington DC.
Krisztina David, marvelous Hungarian soprano joins the splendid Austrian tenor, Michael Heim, in a thrilling array of arias and duets from beloved operettas.
Enjoy a delightful evening of Austrian music as you indulge in the cuisine, culture, art and wine of Vienna. Come by yourself or bring your friends! Meet & socialize with other ICDC members.
Performance and Lecture by Prof.Reinhold Wagnleitner (University of Salzburg) and Tom McDermott (Piano, New Orleans) at the German Historical Institute, Washington DC.
Franz Schubert's celebrated art songs are woven into a 60-minute dramatic narrative that traces the journeys of a deployed soldier and her husband through love, loss and faith. Sung in German with spoken English text.
On Friday, May 30, 2014 the Botstiber Institute for Austrian American Studies will sponsor a panel discussion entitled “Espionage and intelligence in the 21st Centure: How did we get here and where do we go from here? – An Austrian American Discussion.”