// 15 July 2015

// @ Trafo-Station, Jena

The upcoming CITY VISIONS LAB takes place on July 15, 2015 at the recently opened Trafo-Station in Jena, Germany. It is already the ninth event of the series of workshops preparing the CITY VISIONS JENA festival, presented in October 2015. This exchange of ideas shall offer a platform for those who would like to get involved in the discussions and the coordination of ideas and projects for the UNESCO International Year of Light 2015. Furthermore new formats will be developed which hold symbolic value for the city of Jena.

In the framework of the upcoming lab the delegation from Jena will report on the results from the CITY VISIONS LAB (June 25 and 26) in Jena’s Chinese twin city Guangzhou/Panyu. How will this partnership be reinforced, which forms can the partnership take, in particular during the festival?


We warmly welcome you to participate in the CITY VISIONS LAB at the Trafo-Station and to learn more about the project.

Registration: until July 10, 2015
Nollendorfer Str. 30, D-07743 Jena


About the CITY VISIONS JENA festival

CITY VISIONS JENA is a new light- and science festival in Jena. From October 8-11, 2015 it invites everyone to explore the curatorial topic of ‘invisible and visible cities’ in a vibrant light parcours.
Within the framework of the UNESCO International Year of Light, JenaKultur and Public Art Lab invited protagonists and experts from the fields of science, culture, business, technology and city planning to the CITY VISIONS LAB to discuss ‘invisible and visible cities’ and collaboratively develop the CITY VISIONS JENA festival program.

Initiated by JenaKultur and Public Art Lab, in cooperation with the international Connecting Cities Network, the Friedrich-Schiller University Jena, the Bauhaus University Weimar, jenawohnen, the Public Utility in Jena, Carl Zeiss AG and many more. With support from the Thuringia Ministry for Economic Affairs, Science and Digital Society, the Culture Programme of the European Union and the RWE Foundation.



© Tina Peißker