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Co-operation Partners

Die ZeitFounded in 1946, DIE ZEIT is Germany’s leading opinion-forming weekly newspaper, selling over 500,000 copies each week. It comes out on Thursdays and covers topics such as politics, economics, culture, science, education, society, and travel. Die Zeit is published by Helmut Schmidt and Josef Joffe, and edited by Giovanni di Lorenzo.

WAZ – Die Zeitung des RuhrgebietsThe Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ) has accompanied and formed the political, economic and private life of the Ruhrgebiet since it was founded in 1948. The WAZ offers its critics and readers a forum for them to have their say, and stands for transparency and trustworthiness. As a chronicler of daily life, it reflects in particular the multi-facetted breadth of culture on offer, which is why it was behind Essen’s application to become European Capital of Culture. It is not possible to separate that successful application from the event that is the Ruhrtriennale. The Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeoitung also supports these large events beyond the boundaries of the Ruhrgebiet, because they clearly display the wealth of ideas and the creative potential in the region.

publicityThe CityCards and CityBoard indoormedia placement system enables an individual, regional and differentiable distribution of advertising media. Whether folder, freecard or poster – the specific tours of the distribution experts guarantee addressing the relevant target groups in an appropriate setting.

WDR3 KulturpartnerClassical music, jazz, new music or acoustic art, information, background stories and comment on the economy, politics and culture: WDR 3 is for people who listen carefully and thoroughly, who value what is conventional but are open for what is new and exciting. Under the title “Together We’re Better” WDR 3 supports selected theatres, opera houses, venues and museums throughout NRW. With 85 fixed WDR Cultural Partners since 2000, one of Germany’s largest cultural networks has developed, offering orientation on all cultural themes in NRW, Germany and the world.

Kunstmuseum BochumFounded in 1960 as a museum for contemporary art, the Kunstmuseum Bochum collects, preserves and presents international art from 1900 to the present day, with particular emphasis on the Middle and East European avant garde, as well as German expressionism, art informel and surrealism.

If you would like further information please contact:
Susanne Schuran
Phone: +49 (0) 209.167 17 82