Saloon#10: SALOON Wien x KunstraumKabinet at Kunstraum NÖ
We are happy to collaborate with the KunstraumKabinet for our 10th edition of SALOON Wien. Please join us on the 29th of June for a joint networking event and guided tour at Kunstraum Niederösterreich.
The KunstraumKabinet was established in 2017 by Käthe Hager von Strobele and Elisabeth Makovec as a form of exchange between women in the arts. It started as a group of mainly mothers with young children, for whom networking is especially difficult and developed into an open space for every woman working professionally in the arts field interested in an informal networking space. Reasons enough for a joint venture between the KunstraumKabinet and SALOON Wien.
Because of this special occasion, we decided to do a mashup format between the two networks: Saloon#10 is running between 15:00 and 19:00 (the usual time of the KunstraumKabinet), during which coffee and chats are provided. At 17:00we are jumping in with our usual program of discussions. For this, we are joined by Elisabeth Makovec, who will also give us a tour through the exhibition THE TWO HALVES OF MARTHA WILSON´S BRAIN.
And after all the hard (net)work, we will enjoy a beautiful summer evening at Volksgarten Pavillon.
Please sign up here for the Saloon starting at 17:00: RSVP
starting from 15:00: Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Herrengasse 13, 1010 Wien
at 17:00: guided tour and discussion
ca. 19:00: Volksgarten Pavillon inside Volksgarten
We're very excited to announce our next
Saloon with Sophie Tappeiner and Lone Haugaard Madsen on Saturday, the 26th of May at 11am! (new date!)
Lone Haugaard Madsen, born 1974 in Silkeborg, Denmark, works and lives between Copenhagen and Vienna. In her work, Haugaard Madsen negotiates fundamental questions concerning the conditions of producing and exhibiting art. She will join our conversation with Sophie Tappeiner, one of the youngest female gallerists in Vienna. Sophie opened her space in the first district in 2017 and has since exhibited numerous young female artists. We will have the chance to see their exhibition RAUM #350 – LYSTRE as well as talk about the challenges of opening a gallery in Vienna and her experiences of running a business by herself. What are Lone's experiences as an artist in Vienna, what hopes and plans does Sophie have for the future and how do they work on an exhibition together - just a few of the exciting questions we will discuss.
We're excited that April's Saloon will take place at the space of the VBKÖ (Verein Bildender Künstlerinnen Österreich / Austrian Association of Women Artists) on the
19th of April, at 6pm.
The VBKÖ is the oldest of its kind (founded in 1910), thus a pioneer of women's associations and needless to say a role model for SALOON Vienna. Its longevity, intersectional exhibition program, and critical past - one that started as a secessionist movement from the dominant male art world as well as one that does not deny its past ties to National Socialism - is what makes the VBKÖ a historical landmark and seminal exhibition space for female practitioners in Vienna.
(c) VBKÖ Archiv
The SALOON wants to contemplate this critical past but moreover talk about its future and how we can contribute to and participate with an all-women's association. What does it do and what advantages does it bring? How feminist, inclusive, intersectional can it be? And, most importantly, how can it further evolve as a space for empowerment and equality?
So, let’s go where everything started and discuss these issues with some of its board members: Rini Mitra, Steph Misa, Ruby Sircar, Veronika Burger, Catharina Bond, Angela Wiedermann, Hilde Fuchs and Barbara Eichhorn. Let's show solidarity and respect as this Salon stands for over a 100 years and contemplate a future together. The evening will be rounded off with dinner and drinks at Reinthaler's Beisl.
If you want to become a member, please send your CV and website to firstname.lastname@example.org
at 18:00 at VBKÖ / Maysedergasse 2/4. Stock (Lift), 1010 Vienna
ca. 20:00 at Reinthaler's Beisl / Dorotheergasse 2-4, 1010 Wien
We are excited to celebrate our March Saloon in collaboration with Business Riot and A B C Ana Berlin Communications on the second of March, 5pm!
Since 2011, Ana Berlin works as a specialist in the field of communications at the intersection of architecture, design, and visual art. She and her team support individual cultural workers and large companies in connecting with the public sphere by providing a sophisticated image within networks, social media, and the press. The Rrriot Festival is part of Business Riot, a week long festival that offers discourses and workshops on how to combine feminist issues, networking, and careers. Last but not least, the Saloon is an international network for women in the art that connects artists, curators, journalists, gallerists, et al. through monthly meetings, collaborations, and solidarity. Through Ana Berlin’s long time engagement within Vienna's art scene, she is an expert in the fields of social media and networking and will be our host for Saloon#7.
We will pick Ana’s brain on how to make first contacts in a professional setting, how to guide a conversation, and how to socialize in an unknown environment. With a hands on approach, this Saloon will be for everyone who wants to network and get networked.
Join our March Saloon at Ana Berlin's office on the second of March at 5pm and get to know our Saloonistas, Ana Berlin and her team as well as likeminded business ladies! Please register under email@example.com; event free of charge and in English and German https://www.facebook.com/events/175129879879341/
at 17:00 at Ana Berlin office / Rechte Wienzeile 29/2B, 1040 Wien
ca. 20:00 at Café Anzengruber / Schleifmühlgasse 19, 1040 Wien
Rrriot Festival 2018 / 1.3.2018 – 7.3.2018
Das Rrriot Festival feiert 2018 als feministisches Programmfestival Premiere: gemeinsam mit über 40 Programmpartner_innen zeigen wir in über 50 Events unterschiedlichste Perspektiven auf.
Feminismus für alle! – so das Motto der ersten Ausgabe, und somit öffnen wir fast alle Rrriot Events für alle Interessierten. Eintritt frei, Programm unter www.riotfestival.at
Business Riot Festival 2018 / 8.3.2018 – 10.3.2018
Das Business Riot Festival geht 2018 in die dritte Runde und ist Österreichs größte Konferenz zum Thema Frauen*, Arbeit und Unternehmerinnentum. In über 60 Workshops, Karrieregesprächen,
Talks und Netzwerkveranstaltungen haben die Besucherinnen* die Möglichkeit, die eigene Erwerbsbiografie und Karriere genauer unter die Lupe zu nehmen.
Tickets ab 29.1.2018 auf www.riotfestival.at/tickets
SALOON#6 @ IG BILDENDE KUNST
Our next Saloon will be held at the exhibition space of the IG Bildende Kunst on the 13th of February, at 6pm.
We are sure you all know the important work that the IG does for the Viennese art scene but do you also know what else it offers other than issuing your artist's ID? Well, we are going to find out soon, as we have the exclusive chance to meet Vasilena Gankovska, artist and board member, and fellow members to discuss what issues they are fighting for. Especially with the prospects of dooming cuts in funding and weakening interest in cultural production by the government, let us find ways to circumvent these restrictions and focus on collaborations and practices that can counter the backlashes we are facing. #globalwomansday
We'll also hear about the future program of the IG Bildende Kunst and how they are supporting female artists. Needless to say, the board members, who are all female, are working for free - is this symptomatic for the cultural scene? Let's find out!
The discussions will be prolonged and our heated heads cooled down with a glass of Spritzer at Café Sperl.
18:00 at IG Bildende Kunst, Gumpendorferstrasse 10-12
ca. 20:00 at Café Sperl, Gumpendorferstrasse 11-13
Please RSVP here!
SALOON#5 @ Q21 at Museumsquartier
Mark your calendars! The new year will start with a Saloon at Q21 in the Museumsquartier on the 23rd of January, 6pm.
Special Christmas SALOON - open to all!
We are happy to announce that SALOON Vienna will celebrate its last Saloon this year together with das weisse haus on the 7th of December, 6pm.
We hope you will join us to get first hand insight into the organizational side of das weisse haus and their multifaceted ventures as an international studio and residency program, as exhibition space, and as an important Viennese art association. Alexandra Grausam, founding director and curator, and Katja Stecher, project manager of studio das weisse haus, will guide us through the evening and the current exhibition, which focuses on their 10th anniversary.
This time the Saloon is open to everybody - its Christmas after all. Please bring everyone who wants to get to know das weisse haus, SALOON Vienna, and our wonderful Saloonistas. In good old tradition we will head to the Belvedere Christmas market for one or two punches afterwards.
LOVE, Aline & Julia
18:00 at das weisse haus, Hegelgasse 14 (Souterrain), 1010 Vienna
around 20:00 at Belvedere Christmas market, Oberes Belvedere
SALOON Wien x Sororities @ Sotheby's
Please join us for our next Saloon at the international auction house Sotheby's on the 22nd of November. Senior Director and Managing Director for Austria, Hungary and Poland Andrea Jungmann and Deputy Director Doris Richter will open the doors of Sotheby's showroom for us. Together with members of the Sororities, a female business network, we will team up to engage in a conversation on the art market in general, the importance of auction houses for the art world as well as on the significance of an almost all female staff in a traditionally male dominated field of work.
6pm at Sotheby's, Palais Wilczek, Herrengasse 5,
1010 Vienna (1st floor)
from 8pm at Rien, Michaelerplatz 2, 1010 Vienna
We are looking forward to the next Saloon at the Kiki Kogelnik Foundation!
Please join us for this exceptional opportunity to see Kiki Kogelnik's works in the flesh in an intimate setting on the 9th of October, 6pm. Together with Pilar Zevallos, Managing Director of the Foundation, and Noit Banai, Art Historian, Critic, and Professor of Contemporary Art in the Department of Art History at the University of Vienna, we will be discussing Kogelnik's influence on the Viennese and New York art scene as well as on female artists up until today. Afterwards we will have dinner & drinks at the Glacis Beisl.
6pm in front of the foundation (address will be mailed to enlisted participants)
8pm, Glacis Beisl, Museumsquartier, Zugang Breite Gasse 4, 1070 Vienna
P.S. To also become a member of the Saloon, please send a short bio and photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
SALOON Treffen findet am 5. September um 18 Uhr im MAK, Museum für Angewandte Kunst statt!
Wir besuchen die Ausstellung "Hello, Robot" zusammen mit einer aufschlussreichen Führung von Katalogautorin und SALOON Wien Mitbegründerin Aline Lara Rezende. Zusammen wollen wir die Ausstellung sowie die Bedeutung der (fast) ausschließlich Kuratorinnen der Vienna Biennale besprechen.
Der erste SALOON in Wien wird anschließend im Café Engländer abgerundet, wo das Netzwerken losgehen kann.
An alle potenziellen Mitglieder: Bitte schickt uns eine E-Mail mit kurzer Beschreibung an email@example.com. Wir freuen uns auf Euch!
18 Uhr vor Eingang MAK, Stubenring 5, 1010 Wien (freie Tour und Eintritt)
ab ca. 20 Uhr: Café Engländer, Postgasse 2, 1010 Wien
SALOON meeting will be at the MAK, Museum of Applied Arts on the 5th of September at 6pm!
We will visit the exhibition "Hello, Robot" with an insightful tour by contributing catalogue author and SALOON Wien co-founder Aline Lara Rezende and have the opportunity to discuss the exhibition as well as the significance of the Vienna Biennale's (almost) all-female curatorial staff.
The first SALOON in Vienna will be rounded off at Café Engländer where the mingling and tingling can get in full swing.
To all potential members: Please join our network by sending an email with a short description to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
6pm: in front of the MAK, Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna (free tour and entry)
ca. 8pm: Café Engländer, Postgasse 2, 1010 Vienna