Category : Laufende Projekte

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EXHIBITION *** Extended until October 9 ***


A reminder – September 19, 1937 – City of Youth
by Wolfgang Hauck

Duration of the exhibition: September 16 to October 9, 2022
In the container at the Infanterieplatz, Landsberg am Lech

Opening hours daily, but depending on weather and availability. Usually between 11 am to 6 pm and by appointment.

Admission free

Information and documents:


“… A brilliant idea to bring history to the people and not wait until they go to the museum.”
“I’ve lived in Landsberg for 20 years and didn’t know all this, thank you!”
“My grandpa had kept a diary about it with two friends. I was allowed to look at it once when I was 17, for a technical paper. But I had to promise not to mention any names and not to pass it on to anyone.”
“No, I haven’t heard anything yet. Very important to show something like that in the middle of the city!”
“… Frightening how the youth was seduced and how targeted the propaganda was.”
“… I still knew Anton Posset from school lessons. It was not always easy to get along with him, but without his commitment one would not know or have available all this today. With the street names, the city should also discuss whether not to name a street after him? …”
“Decentralized history work – convincingly solved, encourages further reading and reaches many who would otherwise never go to a museum, certainly not on this topic.”
“Great, I was here yesterday and again today to show it to my friends. I am glad to hear that there will be an English and digital version. I will share it!”.


In 1937, the “Adolf Hitler Confession March” led thousands of Hitler Youth youth from all over Germany first to the Reich Party Congress of the NSDAP in Nuremberg to pledge allegiance to the Führer.

Afterward, about 1800 boys of the Hitler Youth marched on to Landsberg am Lech. At the first final rally on September 19, 1937, on the main square, Landsberg am Lech was named “City of Youth” by the Reich Youth Leader, thus expanding its status as a “place of pilgrimage for National Socialism.”

For the first time in 1980/81, a student project drew attention to this history. In 1993, after private research, a series of essays on it was published. Nevertheless, after 85 years, this chapter of the city’s history has been pushed out of the collective memory.

The exhibition addresses this memory gap with an artistic installation based on the research of 1993 and exemplarily outlines the current state of historical awareness.

Idea and realization: Wolfgang Hauck
Illustration: Gonzalo Orce
Consulting: Dr. Edith Raim, Manfred Deiler
Production: dieKunstBauStelle e. V., Landsberg am Lech
Funding: German Foundation for Commitment and Volunteering

#landsberghistory #landsberghistory #European Holocaust Memorial Foundation #dieKunstBauStelle #wolfganghauck #cultainer #memory culture #memorial culture #landsbergamlech #stadtderjugend #nsgeschichte #zeitgeschichte #hj #hitlerjugend #bekenntnismärsche #fackelmärscher #facklumzug #schirach #dsee



A European Erasmus project combines art and social work
Landsberg: The European Union supports a socio-cultural cooperation project in which the association dieKunstBauStelle takes over the realization of the digital design.
The qualification and experience of the partners from international socio-cultural work convinced the EU Commission, which is providing 200,000 euros for this purpose.
For the current working session, eight artists, social workers, and heads of social organizations came to Landsberg for four days in February.
Participants in the international meeting in Landsberg were the heads of a cultural and social center in Brindisi (Italy), an integration center for refugees and cultural center in Granada (Spain), a street art association in Amsterdam (Netherlands), and the socio-cultural association dieKunstBauStelle from Landsberg, which was the host.
The other locations of the funded EU project “Art No Stop” are Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands. Working sessions will be held there to pool the experience of sociocultural projects in a handbook, training courses, and an online platform.
Photo: Conny Kurz
Picture 1: from left to right: Dora Fanelli (SP), Gabrielle Cagnazzo (IT), Ankie Til (NL), Ed Santman (NL), Ayelen Bursztyn (SP), Sylvia Paradiso (IT), Wolfgang Hauck (DE)


On 1 March, the exhibition of the project “FutureFlashback” will be opened at the T. C. Istanbul University by the Dean Prof. Dr. Hayati Develi, Head of Department of the Faculty of Literature Prof. Dr. Necdet Neydim, and the Turkish project leader Dr. Ensa Filazi. The project leader of the IELEV School, Stephan Reischl, who co-developed the concept with Wolfgang Hauck, will also participate.
The project leader and initiator, Wolfgang Hauck, from the association dieKunstBauStelle, will travel to Istanbul with Anke Neudel, the association’s project coordinator for international cooperation.
The project began in 2019 at the secondary school in Landsberg and gradually spread further and further internationally. First came the public school İELEV in Istanbul, then schools in Ukraine, and then Istanbul University with the Faculty of Literature.
In order to make this project multilingual, the Interpreting and Translating (German-Turkish) Department of Istanbul University was involved in this project and contributed to the intercultural cooperation.
A total of 50 audio contributions from the students were divided among the students from different semesters of the department, transcribed, translated into Turkish, and read in again as audio contributions. The division of work between the students was assisted by Alper Akbay, a graduate of the department. Transcriptions, translations as well as audio recordings were completed by Ayşenur Yavuz, Sümeyra Tatlı, Deniz Varol, Yasin Atar, Hatice İnci, Tolga Maden, Sümmeye Saliha Kantar, Sema Durmuşlar, Şimal İda evik and Ersin İşbilir. The official website was translated into Turkish by graduate Suna Yıldırım.
Now, for the first time, all language versions are being shown in Istanbul. It is just too tragic that the exhibition in Ukraine was launched in January 2021 and now the traveling exhibition has to be postponed.
The first part of the exhibition was already on display in Landsberg on the main square. There, one could call up the sound recordings of the young people’s contributions with QR codes. This connected the digital and analog worlds,
The digital exhibition is independent and can be accessed at:
The various international participations were supported by:
Kultur macht stark, Türkische Gemeinde ein Deutschland Mein Land- Zeit für Zukunft, Deutsch-Türkische Jugendbrücke, Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future EVZ, Multicultural Ukraine (MKUA).



For the first time in 2022, development processes to stabilize sociocultural work will be supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM) through the Socioculture Fund.

For this purpose, 653 projects were selected to receive extensive funding until the end of 2022. With a volume of 16.9 million euros under the special NEUSTART KULTUR program, the funding will go to independent sponsors of socioculture, cultural education, media education, and cultural work throughout Germany. This is the latest news from the Fund’s press release.


The great response to the special program PROFILE:SOCIOCULTURE has clearly shown the enormous need for further development of the work.

The new project SOZIOKULTUR:KULTAINER of the association dieKunstBauStelle is also supported with funds from this funding program PROFILE:SOCIOCULTURE.

Wolfgang Hauck sees in the times of the Corona pandemic an effective and efficient possibility, in order to develop with decentralized and local offers in various formats for the cultural life.

Bild Kultainer in Schondorf

The Kultainers in Schondorf 2021


The team of dieKunstBauStelle wants to develop for this the socio-cultural activities in the rural area further. For this purpose, the KULTAINER or the open-air cinema system, which were already in use in 2021, are to be used.

For the implementation, a separate organization team is to be set up and develop and accompany cultural offers in the respective communities.

We say thank you very much for the trust and support!


On the website of the Fonds Soziokultur you can see all funded projects and initiatives:

#kultainer #diekunstbaustelle #kulturinlandsberg #fondssoziokultur #profilsoziokultur

Rum stierln – the media project starts in Dießen!


Rum stierln – the media project starts in Dießen!
Register now and join in!

In this project we work like reporters and detectives. We poke around and want to find out more about the history of Dießen, the Ammersee, the people, the houses, the fishermen and everyone else who is just standing around somewhere.

In our courses you will learn how to ask the right questions, make, cut and edit recordings. We also show you how to post your stories and put them online.

Radio and music production professionals will show you cool tips and tricks to get the sound right.

14 young people aged 12 to 18

No previous knowledge. Just a desire to try things out.

Participation is free of charge.

July and August 2021

Between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. each day and by arrangement.

The courses take place at the Kultainer in Dießen. The Kultainers are located at the MTV car park opposite the skate park in Jahnstraße, Dießen.


dieKunstBauStelle e.V., Landsberg am Lech,

Kultur macht stark – Bündnisse für Bildung |Federal Ministry of Education My Country – Time for the Future | Turkish Community in Germany
#cultainer #diekunstbaustelle #landkreislandsberg #diessen #ammerseewestufer #rumstierln #kulturmachtstark

Bahnhof 119

Theatre project – Station 1119 – register now!

Theatre project – Station 1119 – register now!


FOCUS: Performing arts, theatre on stilts, stage design
AGE GROUP: 13-18 years old
PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Geltendorf railway station



A new view of the present

A new view of the present

Project Future Flashback – a journey into the present

“And how do you see the present now?”

With our brand new project “Future Flashback” we have started a time travel into the present: From the future, from the year 2220, we travel back into the past, into the year 2020. In other words, into the present. We explore objects, everyday situations and explore life in the year 2020, which is sometimes funny and mysterious. In the year 2220, for example, people have long since been wearing implanted chips that take over all the functions that we now have to perform with our mobile phones.

Some of us think that’s really great. But others are also critical of the whole thing. And ask themselves: How much technology is actually good for me? Isn’t that something you lose as a result? Be that as it may: The project has made a difference to all of us. Namely, it made us think. And that we see the world differently somehow.

Some see the future in a rosy light, because everything is much more practical. Like Nicole. She sees the world a bit differently now, for example the thing with the implanted chips: “It would be cool if it worked like this – for example, when it comes to money: You wouldn’t lose your money so quickly if the payment was processed via the chip,” she says. Phillip also says: “After spending a month thinking about the future and inventing things yourself, you realize that some technical achievements – like a hoverbike, for example – would be more enjoyable. If I had that now, a lot of things would be easier.”

Others have a more neutral point of view. But they too now see the world from a completely different perspective. “I see the world with completely different eyes now”, says Maya. “For example, when I walk around and look at an object, I think: Nowadays this object has a certain meaning. What if in the future it has a completely different meaning?”

And still others doubt this world from the future. “I find the world better the way it is now,” Lisa says. “When everything is so perfect, it’s kind of boring, too. You have nothing to work on anymore, because everything is just there.” And her friend Paula joins her: “A perfect world is no longer great.” And yet she thinks it’s better in the year we’re in now.

Photo: Wolfgang Hauck
Photo editing: Gonzalo Orce

Radio report: traffic in 50 years

Radio report: Trafic in 50 years

Young people from the Mittelschule Landsberg have dealt with this future scenario, interviewed citizens and put their ideas on canvas with experts.

“With the ideas of the young people, we have reached a highly professional level. The drafts could also come from a design study course or an engineering studio,” says project manager Wolfgang Hauck of KunstBauStelle e.V. Landsberg.

What will the future be like?

Listen up!

and… look at it.
The exhibition is in the Mittelschule Landsberg:

Exhibition 17.9. to 7. October 2019


Radio report Landsberg am Lech 2019
The survey is in German.


Susanne Zehentbauer

Tamam – a music video is created

“There are so many people, of whom many foreign people show their love without thinking of profit
People serve people in crises and many moments
People turn to people when they are cold
People donate to people, people educate people. “

This is the first sentence of the song «Menschen» by the German Rapper UMSE. As the title says, this is devoted to the human being: there are good, evil, and those in between, there are big, small, old, young, very different characters with different character traits.

What is clear, however, is that more people want a very specific variety: “Positive people, I mean these people, who are never aggressive and restrict themselves to harmony.”

New, own video for the song

Because the song is so important from the very moment of his message and fits perfectly into our time, we decided to use it for our project. After all, it is about humanity, tolerance and integration. On the one hand, we will produce a new video of the song with the refugees as well as the pupils of the IKG. On the other hand, we would like to re-record it and let it be re-recorded by the project participants. The idea was for Tobias Dengler, grammar school teacher for German and history at the IKG, currently “seconded” as the class leader of the refugee classes at the Berufsschule.

Language challenge

However, in order to produce moving pictures to the song, it is important for us to get involved in the language and to understand the text, which is of course not self-evident to our young refugees. That is why we went through it in groupwork – in each case with the students of the IKG as mentors – have read it, discussed it and then finally gather ideas for the individual sequences to the video. For only those who understand the partly quite profound lines is able to realize a pictorial realization.

“The song fits very well with our theme,” says 16-year-old Sophia, who accompanies the refugees as an IKG student. “We explain to the refugees what they are doing and how the lines are to be understood.” The song shows that there are other sides and opportunities for people to get a better deal with each other. “

“I think it’s good that we’re doing something with music,” says 18-year-old Saimon from Eritrea. “It’s fun to make a new video for the song, I like the song because it’s about it “I can already understand the text, but sometimes it is hard for me to express myself.” Speaking and learning the German language is – apart from that From co-operation with German youngsters – an additional important reason for participating in the project. “Speak German and have fun – that’s why I come,” Saimon emphasizes.

Moving pictures

We have already begun with the visual implementation. That can be a lot of fun. But also a lot of patience had to be applied. “One is not the first, the second, the third, the fourth, the fifth, who has to make the decision, so do it or throw a coin,” raps Umse. The fact that it is not easy to show the thrown coin as a video sequence, our project participants have been able to convince themselves. It takes a few attempts until everyone is completely satisfied. Finally everything has to be right: light, shadow, position, litter of the coin, etc.

The 17-year-old Max, a student of the IKG, who is almost from the beginning, finds this project phase the most exciting. “It ‘s great to have the big picture now, to create a new music video, which makes sense and motivates, because music is added as a new component to the project, and it’ s even more interesting Is so multi-dimensional.”

Everyone can, of course, bring their own ideas and suggestions – everything is taken into account and tried to realize. Zeya, a 20-year-old from Iraq, is particularly pleased with the project: “Everyone has an idea, that is important. We eat and play and work together, that makes me great fun.”

But there is still much to be done. In the next step, we will cut past video material – matching the lyrics. And we are all very excited about what will come out in the end.