Here they are: The fresh monthly Gauss tips for July 2023

© Mikala Dwyer

Art exhibition: Mikala Dwyer – Spirit Zoologic – until July 16th, 2023

As part of the university partnership with the School of Art / RMIT University Melbourne, the Australian artist Mikala Dwyer is a guest at the University of Fine Arts (HBK) Braunschweig. Mikala Dwyer is a professor at the partner university School of Art / RMIT University Melbourne and will teach and work at the Institute of Fine Arts at the HBK Braunschweig for two and a half months, funded by the Lower Saxony Ministry of Science and Culture, as part of an artist residency.

In Spirit Zoologic, Dwyer will present a new installation of 3D animations that bring to life the seahorse, koala, opossum and a pigeon – iconic animals of the fifth continent.

More information here.

Tour 2023 (University of Fine Arts – HBK – Braunschweig) – July 13th – July 16th, 2023

At the end of the summer semester, HBK Braunschweig will open its doors to all interested parties from July 13th to 16th, 2023 and provide insights into the work at Lower Saxony’s only art academy. The focus will be on the presentation of student works from all degree programs. In the liberal arts, the extensive diploma presentations in the specialized classes will be shown. The basic classes will also present the results of their first year of study.

More information here.

37th Braunschweig Wine Market – July 13th – July 22nd, 2023

On July 13th, the Braunschweig wine market will open again on the Kohlmarkt. There will be live music, delicious food and of course lots of wines.

Excursion to Harz – July 15th, 2023 at 9:00 am

We want to go together with you to the Harz Mountains and make a hike through the highest mountains in Northern Germany. Come by and enjoy the nature with us. At the same time you will have the opportunity to meet new people.
The estimated length of the hike is about 15-20km.

More information here.

End of semester concert: Next Level – July 15th – July 19th, 2023 

The choir and orchestra of the TU Braunschweig will perform together in the Audimax with the concert “Next Level”. Film music has often been a component of concerts. But with music from video and computer games, the ensembles are also entering new musical territory. This is an area in which there is perhaps the greatest creative dynamism at the moment. As a market, games have long since overtaken blockbuster cinema.

The programming within the two ensembles has also developed a unique dynamic. Never before has the involvement of the participants been so great as in this project. The desire to include the music of their favorite games in the program has led to many direct contacts with composers, arrangers and other orchestras, in all directions and on all continents.

More information here.

The Gauss Tips are a collection of cultural and/or scientific events in Region 38 posted by our team members on a monthly basis. The events are usually free of charge. All information subject to change. You will get the latest information directly from the event organizer (linked on each tip).