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26.05.2020

The Dortmunder U shows heart in the crisis: From 26 May, visitors to the art and creativity centre will be provided with a free mouth-and-nose protection. The stylish black masks feature the logo of the Dortmunder U as well as a heart-shaped...

26.05.2020
The Corona pandemic interrupted the life of the population for several weeks, but everyday life is gradually returning.
19.05.2020

The Dortmunder U has been a hotspot of digitality not only since the Corona pandemic.


For its 10th birthday, the Center for Art and Creativity has now given itself and its fans an additional homepage, on which the...

14.05.2020

60 years friends of the Ostwall Museum // 9 May to 30 August 2020

Museum Ostwall in Dortmund U (shop window), level 5, Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse, 44137 Dortmund

13.05.2020

On 12 May, the "Flying Pictures" by Adolf Winkelmann will shine all in blue.


With this we would like to draw your attention to the ME/CFS day to the disease Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS...

07.05.2020

From 9 May onwards, the exhibitions in the Dortmunder U will be open again at regular times!


After 54 days, visitors* can enjoy the collection presentation "Body & Soul. Thinking, Feeling, Brushing Your Teeth"...

06.05.2020

Museums and exhibitions, music schools and adult education centres are allowed to reopen according to the current regulation of the state of NRW - under strict hygiene and infection protection requirements. The...

07.04.2020

Rebekka Seubert succeeds former director Oriane Durand, who has gained international attention for her outstanding program in the past five years. The new director will build on these achievements and continue exciting our members and...

02.04.2020

Due to the current developments caused by the Covid 19 pandemic, the HMKV (Hartware MedienKunstVerein) will remain closed until at least 20 April 2020. In order to make the current exhibition Artists & Agents - Performance...

20.03.2020

Dear people of Dortmund,


the coronavirus has largely crippled public life. Daycare centres and schools, playgrounds and football grounds are closed. Hundreds of events have been cancelled.  Clubs have shut...

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