Wunderbar Together: 24 Hours in Tübingen
Friday November 30, 2018: 9:00am to Wednesday January 9, 2019: 9:00pm
Downtown Library: 2nd Floor Exhibit, Downtown Library: 3rd Floor Exhibit, Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room Exhibit
Century-old traditions meet modern lifestyle and cutting-edge research in Tübingen, Ann Arbor’s sister city in the Southwest of Germany. Its old town, abound with frame houses, is now inhabited and enlivened by young university students from all over the world and shaped by dynamic opposites.
Two young photographers from Tübingen - Theresa Krampfl and Christoph Jäckle - show their personal experiences and impressions of the city they love in this beautiful multi-floor exhibit of photography. Their pictures display a wide range of impressions - from city to nature, vitality to stillness, and from the smallest detail to wide panoramic views.
An opening reception will take place at 7:00 pm on Friday, November 30 on the 3rd floor of the Downtown Library and will include brief remarks from Theresa and Christoph and several others involved in the exhibit: music by harpist Deborah Gabrion; and refreshments.
The exhibition was made possible by the German-American Institute in Tübingen as part of the campaign Wunderbar Together/ Deutschlandjahr USA - The Year of German American Friendship.