We give space to student cultural work!

And not only by means of cultural venues. In the Student Cultural Centre at KIT, as well as in the legendary Z10 (Student Centre Zähringerstraße 10 e.V.) and in the jack-of-all-trades AKK (Arbeitskreis Kultur und Kommunikation), you as a student cultural worker will be supported and staged in a monetary and creative way! If you are now drawn to the limelight or suddenly feel like enjoying art, read more about our cultural centres here!

We support student cultural work

is a non-profit GmbH that supports student cultural work both ideally and financially. Here you will receive comprehensive advice and support when it comes to student culture. The shareholders are the Studierendenwerk Karlsruhe, the KIT and the Studentendienst Karlsruhe e.V.. The diverse activities at the Student Cultural Centre include theatre performances, cinema screenings as well as exhibitions and various events. If you would like to rent the festival hall, it is best to contact Christian Haffner, the managing director of the Student Cultural Centre. You can reach him either by phone or by email. Or you can check at www.studentisches-kulturzentrum-am-kit.de to see if the date you want is available.

Studentisches Kulturzentrum gGmbH
Adenauerring 7
76131 Karlsruhe

Christian Haffner

phone.: +49 721 691239
Fax: +49 721 6624736

email: leitung@skz.kit.edu
website: studentisches-kulturzentrum-am-kit.de
By students for students

The Studentenzentrum Z10 is an association of students working on a voluntary basis who, in addition to their studies, try to realise their ideas of meaningful leisure activities not only for themselves but with others and for others. Events and courses of various kinds are held here. In addition, the house can be used by students as a meeting place. The Z10 has a firm place in the Karlsruhe university scene.

The focus of the cultural Saturdays at the Z10 is on bands and sporadic readings. Another highlight, however, are the Friday Krümel (crumbs), theme evenings with very different content, as well as performances by professional cabaret artists. Cineastes get their money's worth at the film screenings. An annual summer festival, cocktail evenings and the like round off the programme.

Various workshops are run by interested students, mostly on a voluntary basis. Depending on supply and demand, courses and workshops are offered every semester. Examples include act drawing, fire-breathing and climbing.

Current event overviews are available on the website of the Z10.

A large part of the rooms in the house are equipped for a wide variety of purposes. These rooms, including the fully equipped kitchen with a large dining room, the pottery or the meeting room, can be occupied or used by students free of charge on a daily basis.

In the cosy Z10 café, you can browse through newspapers and magazines or chat during opening hours. In the afternoons and two evenings a week, you can also get drinks and small meals or try out one of the many games. The bar is run on a voluntary basis by students who are not necessarily Z10 members.

Anyone who is interested can join in!
The weekly meeting is on Thursdays around 20:00 in Z10.

Just call or drop by at Zähringerstraße 10!

Das Z10 im Netz:

Z10 Studentenzentrum
Zähringerstraße 10
76131 Karlsruhe

phone: +49 721 375447
email: z10@uni-karlsruhe.de

Office opening hours
Mon. to Wed. 11:30-13:30
Fri. 9-11

Café opening hours
Mon., Wed. and Fri. 12-1
Events take place on the first and third Saturday of the month!
Arbeitskreis Kultur und Kommunikation
The AKK was founded in 1977 as a workgroup of the AStA and UStA of the University of Karlsruhe. It is a cultural institution for students that enables them to define and organise their own cultural work. Notorious are the AKK-Schlonze, the regular themed bar in the Old Stadium. Here, really anything can be made the topic of an evening.

In addition, students meet from Monday to Friday from about 9:30 in the Kultur-Café in the AKK domicile in the Old Stadium to relax with a cup of coffee or tea during the lecture break (the café closes between 16:00 and 17:00).

In addition, the AKK offers numerous events such as cinema screenings, various dance courses and workshops ranging from job application seminars to car safety training and massage courses.

AKK Arbeitskreis Kultur und Kommunkiation (AKK)
Paulckeplatz 1
76131 Karlsruhe

phone: +49 721 9640322
fax: +49 721 9640399

email: info@akk.org
website: www.akk.org

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Who we are!
The UniTheater Karlsruhe e.V. was founded in 1990 and today enjoys more than 100 members who are involved in various project groups as actors, directors, technicians, stage designers, etc. The committees and objectives are laid down in our statutes.

In addition to uniting numerous theatre enthusiasts, the UniTheater sees its main task primarily in facilitating theatre work at the university and offering the project groups the necessary infrastructure and services.

We ensure the necessary exchange of information between the individual projects. To this end, we hold regular UniTheaterTreffs, at which members of the board discuss problems and suggestions with the individual project groups and lay the groundwork for their resolution or implementation.

We organise workshops and joint projects, such as the festival. We work closely with the Student Cultural Centre and have good contact with the Baden-Württemberg Amateur Theatre Association (BDAT).

Anyone who would like to get a taste of theatre is always welcome to join us. You can find more information about us here. The easiest way is to contact us by email.

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