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"Give art a chance!"

On about 500 square metres of exhibition space, Manfred Luz's extensive and versatile oeuvre is presented in individual groups of works. From the first studies of the human body to his colourful paintings of recent years, works from all creative periods ranging from 1947 to the present are shown. "The result leaves one in awe", were the voices of the press and visitors on the day of the opening on 9-10 June 2010.  

72119 Ammerbuch-Entringen
Bebenhauser Str. 44/2
Telefone: +49 (0) 7073 – 91 31 01



Max Feigenwinter

Max Feigenwinter was first a primary school teacher, then studied curative education at the University of Basel. In 1970, he was appointed didactics teacher at the teacher training college in Sargans. For many years he was also active as an adult educator. He has conducted many seminars in Switzerland and abroad. His first didactic work was published in 1972, and in the meantime more than thirty titles have appeared in various publishing houses, most of them in the Verlag am Eschbach/D. He has received the Gonzen Culture Prize and the Culture Prize of the Sarganserland-Walensee Valley Community for his cultural work.

Telefone: +41 (0) 81 723 45 53




Janita Madeleine Schulte

Janita-Madeleine (1998) began playing the piano at the age of three. She is currently studying with Prof. Michael Hauber at the HMDK Stuttgart. She is a successful prize-winner of numerous competitions and regularly gives concerts, primarily moderated concerts, in which she wants to give listeners access to classical music. 



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Deborah and Mirjam Haag frame, accentuate, interrupt and comment on stories or poems with harp/organ works and improvisations. A musical and poetic immersion journey for all ages.

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German-Czech neighborhood

Christianity in Europe

Out of Christian responsibility, the Ackermann community has been working on bringing peace and reconciliation to central Europe since 1946. The community is not only committed to overcoming the injustice and suffering of the past, but also to build good neighbourly relations between Germans, Czechs and Slovaks. It was founded in 1946 by Catholic exiles from Bohemia, Moravia and Moravian-Silesia who, based on the poem "Der Ackermann aus Böhmen" (1400), decided to come to terms with their fate in a positive way.

Today this community is open to everyone who wants to make their goals their own and help shape the life of the community in a responsible way.

Practical peace work in the service of peoples' reconciliation - above all with the peoples of East Central Europe - has been a focus of the diverse activities of the Ackermann community since it was founded.

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