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Advisor for international doctoral candidates and researchers

Inger Zychla

+49 (0)441 798-2156

A12 3-320
 

Service for international researchers

Christiane Rochner

+49 (0)441 798-4594

A12 3-304
 

If you would like to call us, please send a German telephone number to weldscom4joe@uol.8jempde and we will call you back.

At the moment, the SSC – Student Service Centre (A12) is closed to the public. Please send original documents by post or use the post box in building V01 (Poststelle), Ammerländer Heerstraße 118.

Our team of tutors for international doctoral candidates offers help and support with all general questions and about life in Oldenburg. The tutor team can be reached at phd.tutor3fy@uolcqx.d+rsde&mz+tunbsp;rld/j (phd.tucjpctoraox@uolpp.d0/eeuqh)

 

Oldenburg has a lot to offer culturally. With the Corona crisis forcing us to distance ourselves from others and avoid contact, while cultural institutions are restricting opening hours, you can still discover Oldenburg online or tour the city.

Discovering the city on foot or with your phone: The Christian churches in Oldenburg have prepared a short trip through the city centre. Almost 5 kilometres in length, this is a kind of pilgrimage route through Oldenburg's city centre.

Oldenburg State Museum of Art and Cultural History

The State Museum of Art and Cultural History presents cultural objects from various eras. In the picture gallery you will find works from old masters to classical modern art. The museum currently offers a virtual exhibition:

In addition to visiting the clothing exhibition, you can also take a virtual tour of the castle:

Horst Janssen Museum

The Horst Janssen Museum is dedicated to the visual arts on paper. It is named after the great North German draughtsman, etcher, woodcutter, poster artist, illustrator, author and graphic artist Horst Janssen. The museum offers an exciting encounter with the work and personality of this unconventional artist. The drawing tables allow you to be creative yourself. Currently, you can get a glimpse of the exhibition online:

Edith Russ Haus

With its focus on the art of new media, the Edith Russ Haus is an unusual museum. In a regularly changing exhibition programme, the museum shows innovative and experimental positions of international contemporary art. Presentations, artist talks and workshops promote public discourse on contemporary art and its relationship to the social reality in which it is created. The international scholarship programme for media art of the Foundation of Lower Saxony at the Edith Russ Haus makes it possible to realise three new artistic projects every year. Founded in 2000, the museum owes its existence to an initiative of the late Edith Maria Ruß, a teacher who bequeathed her assets to her home town on the condition that a house "for art in the transition to the new millennium" be created.

Artothek

Oldenburg's Artothek is an art lending and educational institution founded in 1982. All citizens of the city can borrow works of art at the Arthothek. By purchasing, presenting and lending works of art, the Artothek focuses on promoting regional artists. In addition, it offers many ways of experiencing art. For instance, you can borrow works by famous artists and experience them in the comfort of you home. A wide range of programmes for children, young people and adults allows them to be creative themselves, to talk about art or simply to enjoy art.

Oldenburg Computer Museum

Home computers, arcade machines, game consoles and pinball machines from the 1970s, 80s and 90s can not only be viewed but also tried out in the Oldenburg Computer Museum (OCM). The exhibition is structured chronologically and includes icons from the years 1972 to 1998. The devices are always ready for use and equipped with software; they can – and should – be used, explored and experienced. In a unique hands-on exhibition, you can experience home computer history by playing old arcade game classics on vintage C64, Atari or Amiga machines, or writing your own programmes.

Oldenburg State Theatre

Housed in a magnificent historical building, the city's theatre is the meeting place for opera, drama, and ballet in Oldenburg. Here, you can see classics such as Faust by Goethe or listen to symphony concerts or recitals. Using the hash tag #kreativzuhause you can access a comprehensive online offering:

Drive-in cinemas in Oldenburg and Wüsting

Organised by local cinema "Cine k", the Autokino Festival shows films at 10 p.m. on a daily basis until 3 June 2020. The location is on the open-air grounds of the Weser-Ems-Hallen in Oldenburg. Because film projectors are used, visitors need to wait until dusk before the performance begins.

The Landtage Nord fairgrounds on Holler Landstraße in Wüsting, just outside Oldenburg, will also be home to a drive-in cinema until 3 June 2020. Films for the whole family are shown on a large LED screen suitable for daylight every day at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. in cooperation with the Casablanca cinema in Oldenburg:

Zoos and Museums near Oldenburg

Virtual city tours

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