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Filmhaus Nuremberg kino3
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Online Cinema – Filmhaus kino3 Anniversary
On Friday, May 28th Filmhaus Nuremberg’s “kino3” celebrates its first birthday. To mark the occasion, the online cinema, the streaming platform of the Filmhaus is presenting an anniversary program.

Through kino3 the Filmhaus Nuremberg has shown almost 200 short and feature-length films, introductions and discussions since going online almost a year ago. It was the first municipal cinema in Germany to provide such a service and has since attracted 12.000 visitors. Besides film talks, theatre and performance productions, kino3 has hosted various festivals and special events: from the Federal Congress of Municipal Cinemas to Latin America and Women’s Film Days to “Facing Reality” – Fotofestival and the international

Find out more about kino3 and the anniversary program here


Wilhelm Uhlig is one of the best-known sculptors in the region, and many of his works have found a permanent presence in public spaces. The Kunstvilla takes the occasion of the artist’s 90th birthday last year to honour him with a retrospective, which is a synopsis of his works from the mid-1950s to the present day. More tour options and information on

  • Guided tour of the special exhibition “Wilhelm Uhlig” with Dr Andrea Dippel, Head of Kunstvilla
    Wed. 19.5.2021, 6:30pm
    Fee: 3 euros
  • Visits to Wilhelm Uhlig’s studio with sculptor Hubertus Hess and Dr Andrea Dippel, Head of Kunstvilla
    Wed, 16.6.2021, 5pm
    Wed, 22.9.2021, 5pm
    Fee: 5 euros
  • Curator’s tour “Leo Smigay” with Eva Dotterweich M.A., Collection Curator Kunstvilla 
    Wed, 23.6.2021, 6:30pm
    Fee: 3 Euro


Under the title “The Matter of Fact – Snapshot”, Henrik Kaalund is creating a dance show at the Tafelhalle, Äußere Sulzbacher Straße 62, which will be performed and streamed online on Whit Sunday and Whit Monday, 23 and 24 May 2021, both at 8pm. It is about media influence on news. The spectators can directly influence the performance by entering various commands in the chat to control the performers’ movements, select stage elements and music. 

Further information and stream at:


Street art discovery tour through Langwasser
With the art project Betonliebe, the Langwasser Community Centre has established street art in Nuremberg. Hotspots of the murals are house walls and a car park façade in the Langwasser district. A street art map provides insights into the project and information about the artists and invites those interested in taking a tour of discovery along the 24 works.

The street art map can be downloaded from the website of the Langwasser Community Centre at


Children’s Culture Offensive seeks artistic contributions
With a large-scale Children’s Culture Offensive (KinderKulturOffensive), the City of Nuremberg wants to encourage children and young people to participate in culture despite the restrictions caused by the Corona pandemic. Three requests for submissions to “Digitale Kulturhappen”, “Kultur offensiv” and “Sport” are aimed at the local independent cultural scene and associations. Digital contributions and open-air events for schools, day-care centres, children’s and youth institutions are being sought. Submissions are open until Sunday, 6 June 2021. Forms, participation conditions, information on submission options and fees can be found on the website of the Nuremberg Cultural Service for Schools and Kitas (KS:NUE) at


Outdoor pools
The 2021 outdoor pool season, as last year, is linked to the restrictions to contain the Corona pandemic. Ticket sales will be possible from Tuesday, 25 May 2021, if the Corona numbers remain low. By then, it will be possible to select different time slots depending on the pool and the weekday. The number of visitors is limited to up to 500 people at a time; distance and masking rules apply. Before entering the building, visitors must show either a negative test, a complete vaccination or a recovered Covid-19 infection.

For information about the opening dates, time-slots and the hygiene rules for the outdoor pool season and for advanced ticket purchase, visit


Digital Action Week of the Nuremberg Music School
From Monday to 7 to Sunday 13 June 2021, the Nuremberg Music School invites all interested parties to visit the “Digital Action Week”. Anyone who has always wanted to learn an instrument, play in an ensemble or have their voice trained can get advice, information and insights here. 

Everything you need to know about the digital visit will be available on the school’s homepage from Tuesday, 1 June:


Ost Anders Festival 2021 “#no_limits”
The Ost Anders Festival will take place digitally on the weekend from Friday 4 June to Sunday 6 June 2021, under the motto #no_limits. In cooperation with the Kulturwerkstatt Auf AEG of the Office for Culture and Leisure, 3D exhibitions, concerts, live performances will be streamed live, and interactive programme items will be offered to a wide audience Many programme items will be presented virtually or in a “hybrid” form – recorded on-site with or without an audience and simultaneously streamed on the internet.Exhibitions of visual art, both analogue and digital, curated by Krystyna Jalova and Timo Kindl, as well as performances by musicians such as Ensemble Lunata and Uli Tsitsos, bands and electronic live acts, a virtual poetry slam and a multilingual freestyle hip-hop session in Russian and German, an upcycling fashion show by regional fashion designers, dance and theatre performances, a virtual quiz as well as interactive parlour games and actions with the audience to take part in, a selection of exquisite cinema films such as “Corn Island” from Georgia and “Letter Of Forgiveness” by Alina Serban from the virtual cinema hall and a literary performance with Thomas Perle: to check the festival’s rich programme, visit their Youtube channel:

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