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肖特玻璃博物馆 (Schott-Glasmuseum) 是奥托·肖特 (Otto Schott) 1884 年建立“玻璃技术实验室”(Glastechnische Laboratorium) 的所在,在这里,您将一睹激动人心的产品与技术史。

真实的展品、图片和影片制作将携您步入肖特玻璃的创新世界。 在这位著名科学家兼实业家曾经的别墅中,他多姿多彩的生活一览无遗。 其他展品记录了公司的发展历程——从创立伊始到前东德时期、德国重新统一时期,再到公司崛起为国际化科技集团。


Quality over quantity: this is the unwritten law that determines which artists are invited to perform at Jena's annual Cultural Arena festival. Performers will be participating in a programme of contrasts, ushered in by a four-day theatre spectacular. This is then followed by a string of films, concerts, Sunday bills for children and various specials, in a line-up that is as unconventional as it is entertaining.

The origins of the Cultural Arena stem from a huge misunderstanding: in 1987, when Jena was still part of East Germany, the town council decided to demolish the theatre's auditorium in the hope of a newer, better building. But nothing happened – meaning that Jena was left with a semi-ruin with an open space in front of it, instead of a theatre. In 1991, however, a theatre team blessed with equal amounts of idealism and optimism began working in the ruins once more. They planted the seed of what subsequently grew into Jena's new theatre and the Cultural Arena. For more than 20 years now, enthusiastic audiences and exceptional artists have come together in the Cultural Arena to celebrate a special festival of the arts. The event, now a seven-week-long open air festival in the centre of Thuringia's second biggest city, is no longer an insider's tip, and the Arena has long been a fixture in Jena and far beyond. Headliners such as Patti Smith, Götz Alsmann, Ute Lemper, Lou Reed, John Cale, Nigel Kennedy, Einstürzende Neubauten, Element of Crime, Nina Hagen and Wir sind Helden draw crowds of up to 70,000 people each year. When you look at it like this, tearing down the theatre all those years ago was not such a bad decision after all.


05.07.2019 - 25.08.2019


07743 Jena