EVENTS

Next to the exhibitions at Museum Sinclair-Haus, visitors encounter a wide program of activities like guided tours, talks, readings, concerts and theatre.


  • Wednesday24.04.
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    LITERATURE CENTRE-STAGE

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    „Das Feld“ by Robert Seethaler
    Wednesday, April 24, 7 pm
    With Eva Bühnen and Julian Melcher (HfMDK Frankfurt)
    Robert Seethaler’s novel „Das Feld“ is the focus of this staged reading: Eva Bühnen and Julian Melcher of the Frankfurt Academy of Music and Performing Arts – both currently members of the Studio at the Frankfurt Theatre – read Seethaler’s novel, which deals with the ultimate questions. The dead of Paulstadt look back on their lives, spinning the threads of their memories further, recounting what was important to them and how they faced life. A network of life stories which add up to an affectionate portrait of a small town and its inhabitants. (Reading in German.)
    Fee: 12 €

    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or before the event in question at the evening box office.

    INFORMATION

    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Sunday05.05.
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    SUNDAY STUDIO

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    Sunday, May 5, 1 to 5:30 pm
    The studio of the Museum Sinclair-Haus is open on this Sunday to children, teenagers, adults and senior citizens. Guided by four artists, “life threads” will be spun and three-dimensional objects built and printed.
    Fee: 3 € per person, no registration required
    For information, please call +49 6172 404 – 127 / 129

  • Wednesday08.05.
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    MUSICAL STRINGS

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    Harp meets Art
    Wednesday, May 8, 7 pm
    Concert with Daphné Milio (Harp)
    Plucked – tenderly or loudly, vehemently or calmly: the harpist Daphné Milio makes the strings of her harp resound at the Museum Sinclair-Haus. With impressionist and contemporary sounds, she invites the audience into the sound cosmos and inner world of her music.
    Fee: 15 €

    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or before the event in question at the evening box office.

    INFORMATION

    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Wednesday22.05.
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    HEADSTAND! AN EVENING OF STUDENT ART

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    Wednesday, May 22, 7 pm
    At five stations inside the museum, visitors are introduced hands-on to the artworks in the exhibition. Students (from the Frankfurt Institute of Arts Pedagogy) introduce visitors to art, employing surprising educational methods. The evening features talking, photography, drawing and writing. The evening closes with wine and snacks inside the museum’s studio.
    Fee: 4 €, free admission for students

    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or before the event in question at the evening box office.

    INFORMATION

    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Wednesday05.06.
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    WORLDWIDE LITERATURE

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    “Überseezungen”
    Wednesday, June 5, 7 pm
    With Yoko Tawada and Bianca Schwarz (hr2-kultur)
    In the collection of essays “Überseezungen” (literally, “Overseas Tongues”, but also a pun on the German term for translations, Übersetzungen), the Japanese author Yoko Tawada tells of the mixing and confusion of languages, of glimpses and words cast throughout the world, of worldwide communication which creates connections, mistakes and new perspectives. In conversation with Bianca Schwarz, Yoko Tawada introduces her book “Überseezungen” (in German).
    Yoko Tawada lives in Berlin and was awarded the American National Book Award in 2018.
    Fee: 9 €

    Tickets for all events are available in advance at the museum’s ticket counter or before the event in question at the evening box office.

    INFORMATION

    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

  • Wednesday12.06.
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    BUCHBAR (BOOKABLE / BOOK BAR)

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    Wednesday, June 12, 7 pm
    Literary conversation with Ina Fuchs, Curator at the Museum Sinclair-Haus
    In his novel “Das Feld”, Robert Seethaler weaves together many different fates. A portrait of a small town, from the perspective of its dead. The novel circles life’s crucial questions: love, fulfilment, moments of happiness and grief. What is the fabric of my life? We meet at the lounge at the Museum Sinclair-Haus and discuss our reading experience over a glass of wine. (In German.)
    Free admission.
    Robert Seethaler: Das Feld
    Published by Hanser Berlin, 22 €

    INFORMATION

    T + 49 (0) 6172 404-120
    info@museum-sinclair-haus.de

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