09.10.2018

17 October: Opening of the Exhibition: "Dauerbrenner, 50 Jahre Literaturforum Leselampe"

Opening of the exhibition in the Literaturarchiv Salzburg. The Literaturforum Leselampe can look back on five decades of literature education in Salzburg.

Dank der Initiative des Germanisten Josef Donnenberg bietet die Leselampe seit 1968 als einer der ältesten bestehenden Literaturveranstalter Österreichs internationalen und österreichischen Autor*innen eine offene Bühne in der Stadt Salzburg. Alles, fast alles, was in den letzten 50 Jahren im deutschsprachigen Literaturbetrieb Rang und Namen hat, war bei der Leselampe zu Gast: Von Ilse Aichinger, Ingeborg Bachmann, Elias Canetti, Günter Grass, Peter Handke bis Josef Winkler.

Die Ausstellung aus dem Vereinsarchiv der Leselampe erinnert an eine bewegte Geschichte und großartige Begegnungen zwischen Autor*innen und Publikum seit den Anfängen.

Kuratoren: Xaver Bayer, Hanno Millesi
Gestaltung: Gerald Baumgartner

Eröffnung: Mi, 17. Oktober 2018, 19:00 Max Gandolph Bibliothek, Kapitelgasse 5-7
Begrüßung: LH-Stv. Heinrich Schellhorn, Bgm.-Stv. Bernhard Auinger
Einführung: Hans Weichselbaum
Festrede: Laura Freudenthaler
Musik: Chili Tomasson
Eintritt frei • Buffet  

Ausstellung
Literaturarchiv Salzburg, Veranstaltungssaal, Kapitelgasse 5-7
Öffnungszeiten: 18. Oktober bis 21. Dezember 2018
Mo, Di, Do 10:00 bis 17:00, Mi 10:00 bis 19:00, Fr 10:00 bis 14:00  
Veranstalter: Literaturforum Leselampe, Literaturarchiv Salzburg

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Tel: 0662/80440

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