Guided tours

BTV Stadtforum
Innsbruck
+43 505 333 - 1417
info@innsitu.at
New encounters with photography and music – we offer various formats to encourage appreciation of our projects:

In our dialogue guided tours exceptional figures from the fields of science, culture or business choose their favourite pictures and talk about them with the artistic director Hans-Joachim Gögl.

As part of our Fotosound series, musicians from the region play mini concerts in which they improvise to pictures from the exhibition.

Our “Friday at 1” espresso tours offer an entertaining 30-minute overview of the exhibition. And in our artist talks, audiences have the opportunity to personally meet the people behind the works of art.

Dialogue guided tours

Walks through the exhibitions in dialogue with exciting outside views. Exceptional people from the fields of science and everyday life in conversation with the artistic director Hans-Joachim Gögl.

The INN SITU guided tours cater to small groups and provide stimulating approaches, extraordinary perspectives and deeper insight into the works. Admission to all events is free.

Children, groups, individual or school tours 

available by appointment
+43 505 333 - 1417 info@innsitu.at

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October
© Manfred Gasser
13 October 2021, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Martin Kofler, Tyrolean Archive of Photographic Documentation and Art (TAP)

Expert for historical photography in Tyrol. Martin Kofler has been the director of the Tyrolean Archive of Photographic Documentation and Art (TAP) in Lienz since 2011. He studied history at the University of Innsbruck and the University of New Orleans and was the head coordinator of the EU Interreg project “Lichtbild. Cultural Treasure Historical Photography” 2016–2019. Various publications on Austria during the Cold War as well as on the history and “Visual History” of Tyrol during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

The guided tour takes place on-site (BTV Stadtforum Innsbruck). Please bring a negative COVID-19 test, a COVID-19-vaccination confirmation or a COVID-19 recovery confirmation.

November
© Thomas Schrott
05 November 2022, 6 p.m.

Guided tour as part of the premiere days - Paths to Art

Guided tour of the INN SITU exhibition "THE FOTO ALBUM", in which around 60 photographs from an album from 1912 from the library collection of the Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum are shown. The pictures document a journey by three unknown protagonists from Munich to Tyrol. The renowned writer Verena Roßbacher used the album for a literary-photographic road movie.

A subsequent guided tour through the library of the Ferdinandeum gives an insight into the almost 200-year-old collection and focuses on historical photography.

© Roland Sila
10 November 2021, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Roland Sila, director of the library of the Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum

For the historical memory of Tyrol he ferrets out books, postcards or other such items. Roland Sila is responsible for the companion exhibition of this INN SITU project. He studied German philology in Innsbruck, has worked as a staff member at the library since 2000 and in 2007 became its director. In addition, he is an exhibition curator and has penned numerous publications on mainly regional historical subjects as well as catalogue contributions for museums in Austria and abroad. Most recently he curated the exhibition “Vergessen. Fragmente der Erinnerung” at the Ferdinandeum in 2019/20.

The tour takes place in the BTV Stadtforum, registration is required. Please bring a vaccination certificate or a valid proof of recovery with you.

© Ben Raneburger
24 November 2021, 6 p.m.

Fotosound with Anna Widauer

The jazz singer and songwriter studied at the Tyrolean State Conservatory from 2010 to 2013. She continued her studies at the Basel Academy of Music with Lisette Spinnler, where she graduated with distinction in 2016. Recipient of the BTV Youth Jazz Prize in 2014, she interprets her own compositions as well as jazz standards and has become a fixture in the free improvisation scene in Austria.
Anna Widauer’s love for literature becomes clear in the lyrics she writes and/or sings herself – in German, English and the Tyrolean dialect. Whether in archaic screaming duets, puerile arguments or subtle songs about the dark side of human existence: Anna sings – passionately, unmelodramatic and with childlike tenderness.

Due to the current situation, the tour cannot take place. We'll keep you up to date here.

December
© Ben Raneburger
01 December 2021, 6 p.m.

Fotosound with Anna Widauer

The jazz singer and songwriter studied at the Tyrolean State Conservatory from 2010 to 2013. She continued her studies at the Basel Academy of Music with Lisette Spinnler, where she graduated with distinction in 2016. Recipient of the BTV Youth Jazz Prize in 2014, she interprets her own compositions as well as jazz standards and has become a fixture in the free improvisation scene in Austria.
Anna Widauer’s love for literature becomes clear in the lyrics she writes and/or sings herself – in German, English and the Tyrolean dialect. Whether in archaic screaming duets, puerile arguments or subtle songs about the dark side of human existence: Anna sings – passionately, unmelodramatic and with childlike tenderness.

Due to the current situation, the tour cannot take place. We'll keep you up to date here.

© Evelyn Reso
15 December 2021, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Evelyn Reso, Touriseum – The South Tyrol Museum of Tourism, Merano

A researcher of travel in Tyrol. Evelyn Reso studied European Ethnology at the University of Innsbruck and earned a PhD in 2015 with her dissertation “Intergenerationalität in familiengeführten Tourismusbetrieben in Südtirol”. Since 2007, she has been a scientific consultant at the Touriseum, the South Tyrol Museum of Tourism in Merano, where she conducts research and curates exhibitions.

The tour does not take place on-site. Instead the tour takes place as live-stream via Youtube.

January
© Ben Raneburger
12 January 2022, 6 p.m.

Fotosound with Anna Widauer

The jazz singer and songwriter studied at the Tyrolean State Conservatory from 2010 to 2013. She continued her studies at the Basel Academy of Music with Lisette Spinnler, where she graduated with distinction in 2016. Recipient of the BTV Youth Jazz Prize in 2014, she interprets her own compositions as well as jazz standards and has become a fixture in the free improvisation scene in Austria.
Anna Widauer’s love for literature becomes clear in the lyrics she writes and/or sings herself – in German, English and the Tyrolean dialect. Whether in archaic screaming duets, puerile arguments or subtle songs about the dark side of human existence: Anna sings – passionately, unmelodramatic and with childlike tenderness.

Please bring a FFP2-mask with you. The 2-G-rule applies.


© LIZ AW Visualisation
19 January 2022, 6 p.m.

Hans-Joachim Gögl in conversation with the musician Tobias Steinberger

The Tyrolean Tobias Steinberger designed the concert for the exhibition DAS FOTOALBUM on behalf of INN SITU. He is one of the leading percussionists in Austria. As an accompanist, soloist and ensemble leader, he moves fluently between the genres of early music, contemporary music and folk music. Tobias Steinberger is a virtuoso of the historical frame drum and feels equally at home on jazz drums. Using audio examples, he explains the special sound of various instruments, his background and of course his favorite music.

Please bring a FFP2-mask with you. The 2-G-rule applies.






BTV Stadtforum
Innsbruck
+43 505 333 - 1417
info@innsitu.at