Synonyms for czerwenka or Related words with czerwenka

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Isabel Czerwenka-Wenkstetten (born 1969) is a contemporary Austrian visual artist.
Czerwenka-Wenkstetten was educated in London and Vienna, and is noted for the influence of her natural sciences background on her art, which explores (according to her artist's statement) "inner, exterior, and in-between spaces and limits, boundaries, as well as different structures, grown or man-made, which mirror the patriarchal approaches we have slowly grown out of over the past century." Her art incorporates multiple textures and materials, including mirrors, glass, metalware and silicone, and analog and digital photographs. She has organized art projects in Austria, Germany, Poland, India, Nigeria, UK, United States, Iceland and Palestine. Czerwenka-Wenkstetten is a member of Emergence of Projects (eop), a transdisciplinary network of artists, a founding member of the "Fishpool Aquarium for Art and Social Affairs" in Vienna, and is listed in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art's "Feminist Art Base."
The Bernhard Theater was organized as an Aktiengesellschaft according to Swiss law in 1978. In May 1981 the "Esplanade" building was demolished, and the present building opened on 27/28 December 1984 after three years of transition in the "Kaufleuten" building nearby "Schanzengraben" respectively the Old Botanical Garden. The theater received no subsidies by the municipal government, and funded primarily through the sale of tickets, consummations by the visitors and guest performances. In December 1995 Eynar Grabowsky committed suicide and the company was indebted with several millions Swiss Francs. As a result, following lengthy disputes between director, the various boards of directors and other stakeholders, the theater's rental agreement was terminated by the Opernhaus company, initially at the end of 1998 and compounded to the end of July 2000. Vincent Grabowsky was replaced by his sister Bernadette Czerwenka-Grabowsky at the end of 1998, and after failed restructuring proceedings in January 1999 the "Bernhard-Theater AG" went bankrupt. Supported by Czerwenka-Grabowsky, a collecting society of the former Grabowsky squad people failed in July 2000. For the season 2000/01 the board elected a new director, but finally he also failed to establish the new labelled "Komödie am Bellevue" "as a comedy house for upscale boulevard productions", due to financial difficulties by the end of July 2002. The presidential department ("Präsidialdepartement") of the city of Zürich and the Opernhaus parent company elected two new managing directors and an artistic advisory panel for the 2003/04 season as "a new beginning". It focused to a younger audience with productions, guest performances and new event formats ("shows with celebrity presenters"), but also successful Bernhard productions ("Bernhard-Littéraire") and farces and comedies of Hans Gmür and Charles Lewinsky starring popular actors like Vock and Walter Andreas Müller. Despite considerable public success, the management failed again.
Stylistically, Erőd's music was initially influenced by Hungarians such as Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály. Before his emigration and during his studies in Vienna, he was interested in the dodecaphony of the "Second Viennese School" and serialism. His wind trio, op. 4 (1957, revised 1987), and his "Ricercare ed Aria", op. 11 for wind quartet (1965) are based on twelve-tone scales, also his first opera, "Das Mädchen, der Matrose und der Student" (The Girl, the Sailor and the Student, 1960). He composed his second opera "Die Seidenraupen" (The Silkworms) from 1964 to 1968, when it was successfully premiered during the Wiener Festwochen at the Theater an der Wien with singers Jeannette Pilou and Oskar Czerwenka. The composer describes that the work is based on three scales, for the three main characters, which are derived from each other and sometimes combined in a way leading to tonality. His first violin sonata, op. 14 (1969/70), was a return to a "new tonality", incorporating Hungarian and "gypsy" elements. He dedicated "Milchzahnlieder" (Baby Tooth Songs) for soprano and chamber orchestra, op. 17 (1973), and "Krokodilslieder" (Crocodile Songs), for baritone and chamber orchestra, op. 28 (1979), to his five children. Erőd composed orchestral works, such as a violin concerto, op. 15 (1973), a viola concerto, op. 30 (1979/80), a cello concerto, op. 80, premiered 2005 at the festival Styriarte, a clarinet concerto, op. 88 (2011), as well as a double concerto for clarinet and bassoon, op. 72 (1999), "Soirées imaginaires", op. 38 (1981), the "Symphonie "From the Old World"", op. 67 (1995). and the 2nd Symphonie, op. 75 (2001).