Current and future events, workshops and much more
Education projects and initiatives related to art education.
Material for download, press articles and media coverage
hase29? Everything about the association, partners and actors.
Guided tour through the exhibition: Saturday, June 12.06th, 11 am
Art to touch, chill out and try out - the exhibition "Eh, what's up, Doc?" By Daniel Hopp shows objects and the artist's new film production until July 23.7.2021, XNUMX - also in a live stream on Twitch.tv
<Program overview10 m³ KunstDialoge - artistic interventions in the showcase hase29 The ...
Exhibition August 28 - October 31, 2021
curated by Ann-Katrin Günzel
With: Douglas Coupland, Oliver Gather, Mischa Kuball, Warren Neidich, Dan Perjovschi, Stefan Rohrer, Sebastian Schmieg, Matthias Surges, Johanna Terhechte, Su Yu Hsin and Stefanie Zoche
Do you have a project idea? Would you like to present your portfolio?
<Mediation Overview WE ARE HERE! Katrin Lazaruk Guest in the studio of the artist Wie ...
A conversation about the performance work of the artist couple
Program preview and education projects
The next events, workshops and dates.
Welcome to our education program!
Young adults, senior groups, people in need of support and parent-child groups are also addressed.
They all encounter the unknown in art, exchange ideas and get to know their own creative possibilities in the creative process. Offers for groups can be individually tailored, art should become an experience for everyone.
Society for contemporary art Osnabrück eV: history, structure, membership
hase29 - Society for Contemporary Art Osnabrück eV, is a young, ambitious art association in Hasestraße 29/30 in the city center of Osnabrück.
Founded in early 2016 in a former shop by around 40 active artists and those interested in art, the association regularly presents exhibitions and projects on contemporary art in its hase29 exhibition space and in the public urban space.
The aim is to make contemporary art more accessible to a broader public and to tap the potential of artistic research for dealing with the present with current exhibition topics.