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Plan Your Visit
Centrum Gallerie Dresden
Trompeter Straße 5
(Ground floor, opposite the Saxon Ice Cream Manufactory).
Tue – Sat 12 pm – 8 pm
We look forward to your visit in compliance with the currently applicable Covid-19 protection measures. Keyword: GGG.
Free WiFi is available in the Kulturschaufenster in the Centrum Galerie Dresden.
Toilets are available in der basement and on the 1st floor of the Centrum Galerie Dresden.
Food and Drinks.
On site, drinks by Bar der Korrekten can be purchased on a donation basis. Since the exhibition podiums are delicate and susceptible to dirt, we ask that visitors not place drinks or the like on the podiums. We kindly ask you to refrain from eating food in the exhibiton space.
Arriving from the east via the A4 take the exit Dresden-Hellerau. Continue on the E55 in the direction of the City Center.
A parking garage is available in the ground floor of the Centrum Galerie (max. 8 EUR per day), nearby open-air parking at Reitbahnstraße.
By Public Transport:
The exhibition space is located only a few minutes from the Dresden main station.
Tram lines 11 and 12 stop at Prager Straße, streetcar lines 7, 8, 9 stop atWalpurgisstraße.
By bus take Bus lines 75 and 62 to Prager Straße.
…is the most environmentally friendly way. Bicycle racks are available directly in front of the shop window.
Admission is free of charge.
Seating is available in the exhibition.
The aisle width between the exhibits is maneuverable for wheelchair users.
Sign language interpreters will accompany selected events; these are marked accordingly.
The project website is available in English and in easy language.
An inductive hearing loop will make it easier for people with hearing aids to perceive the events.
Blind guests will be assisted during their visit by a guiding aid on the floor, a postcard in Braille, and an exhibition team pointing to the QR codes next to the objects.
The entire exhibition does without accompanying texts – these can be accessed via QR codes and the free WiFi on site next to the objects. Mobile devices are made available to visitors without smartphones for their visit.
Lydia Göbel, CEO of WGD and project manager of the "Kulturschaufenster" is available to answer general questions about the project.
Philip Brehmer, project coordinator, is the contact person for logistics, visitor service and events.
Linda Mansour is responsible for press and public relations.
Carolin Gerlach provides artists and creative professionals with al necessary information.
The pandemic acted like a fire accelerator on the structural change of inner cities. With the project 'Kulturschaufenster' we want to strengthen the inner city again, to preserve the multifunctionality of the cities in their core through art and culture and at the same time give the creative professionals of this city an opportunity to present themselves. The Kulturschaufenster is a test balloon for the unfolding of a sustainable urban development strategy in which art and the creative industries play a leading role.
Dr. David Klein, Head of Department of Culture and Monument Protection
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