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.

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 

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April
24 April 2024, 6 p.m.

Martin Mallaun, zither; Johannes Gasteiger, double bass;
Andreas Reiter, trombone

20-minute mini concert with tour

Martin Mallaun is one of Austria’s outstanding zither virtuosos. Whether in improvisation, baroque lute or contemporary music, the Tyrol-born performer is always searching for new forms of sonic and stylistic expression.

Johannes Gasteiger studied in Innsbruck and Salzburg. Since 1987 he has performed at numerous festivals such as the Salzburg Festival or the Mozart Week and collaborated with international ensembles including RSO Wien, L’Arpeggiata or the Österreichisches Ensemble für Neue Musik.

Andreas Reiter studied trombone performance at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna with Prof. Horst Küblböck. He also studied at the Jazz Conservatory Vienna with Erich Kleinschuster. He has taught at Landesmusikschule Brixental since 1993.

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May
© BTV, Andreas Moser
03 May 2024, 1 p.m.

Espresso tour through the exhibition

Our »Friday at 1 am« espresso tours offer an entertaining overview of the exhibition in 20 minutes.

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(c) GEPA pictures/ Patrick Steiner
22 May 2024, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Herbert Salzmann, business consultant for innovation

How does the new come into the world? As a business consultant, Herbert Salzmann is concerned with the “inventive capability” of companies, work cultures that are able to find, develop, and accept new solutions
After completing an apprenticeship and evening school, he started out as a rock musician. Today he is a partner at the renowned consulting group Trigon. He works as an organisation developer and management trainer in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Several thousand managers have attended Herbert Salzmann’s leadership seminars.

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28 May 2024, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Olympic champion and forest owner Johannes Strolz

The Vorarlberg-born alpine ski racer grew up on a farm. To him, the forest is an important place of both physical and mental regeneration. As Warth’s internationally most well-known resident, he received a piece of forest land from his village. Johannes Strolz specialised in Slalom. In 2022, he won Olympic gold in Alpine Combined 34 years after his father, Hubert, had achieved the same feat.

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June
05 June 2024, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Oliwia Murawska

Oliwia Murawska is a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Historical Sciences and European Ethnology at the University of Innsbruck. Her interest in the forest derives from her research work and her focus on posthumanist positions, in which the forest invariably plays a key role. Among the main topics of her current work are post-humanism, environmental anthropology, the Anthropocene and anthropogenic climate change.


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© BTV, Andreas Moser
07 June 2024, 1 p.m.

Espresso tour through the exhibition

Our »Friday at 1 am« espresso tours offer an entertaining overview of the exhibition in 20 minutes.

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© photo4passion
08 June 2024, 11 a.m.

Guided tour for the deaf an hearing

In cooperation with the "Gehörlosenverband Tirol"

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19 June 2024, 1 p.m.

Martin Mallaun, zither; Johannes Gasteiger, double bass; Andreas Reiter, trombone
20-minute mini concert with tour

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July
03 July 2024, 6 p.m.

Dialogue guided tour with Kurt Ziegner

is a forester, Head of the Forest Division of the Tyrolean Regional Government and President of the Tyrolean Forest Association (TFV). He is an expert on the “Climate Smart Mountain Forest” and is in charge of developing the Tyrolean Forest Service’s strategy for adapting the forest for climate change.

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© BTV, Andreas Moser
05 July 2024, 1 p.m.

Espresso tour through the exhibition

Our »Friday at 1 am« espresso tours offer an entertaining overview of the exhibition in 20 minutes.

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10 July 2024, 6 p.m.

Curator Hans-Joachim Gögl in conversation with the artist of the current INN SITU exhibition

Uta Kögelsberger lives in London and California and is professor of fine art at
Newcastle University, England. For the current INN SITU project she closely examined the impacts of climate change on forests in Tyrol. Her works have been shown at such places as the Royal Academy of Arts in London, the Vincent Price Art Museum in Los Angeles or the Millard Sheets Art Center in Pomona, California. Uta Kögelsberger received the prestigious Royal Academy’s Charles Wollaston Award.

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