International Days of Mosaic / Bad Dürkheim
The German Organization for Mosaic Art (DOMO e.V.) cordially invites you to the International Days of Mosaic.
From May 25 to 29, 2022, mosaic artists, art and culture professionals and mosaic enthusiasts from all over the world will meet in the thermal city of Bad Dürkheim.
International mosaic artists show their contemporary works in the Burgkirche on the topic
„The Order and the Chaos - Culture & Patterns from a Contemporary Perspective“
together with artists of the Kunstverein Bad Dürkheim and the twin towns of Bad Dürkheim in a juried international exhibition.
Lectures on relevant mosaic topics as well as a day trip to world-famous mosaic sites in West Germany, such as Nennig, Trier and the Bird‘s Staircase in Pirmasens, will enrich the participants.
A day with information stands and a public mosaic project will bring exchange and networking between the artists but also with interested visitors. All of this will take place within the framework of the city festival with numerous music stages and the partnership anniversary of Bad Dürkheim with its twin towns Kluczbork (PL), Wells (GB), Paray-le-Monial (FR), Kempten and Bad Berka, in a prime location between vineyards on the edge of the Haardt and Palatinate Forest, the area rightly called the Toscana of Germany.
It is our intention, despite and especially in times of worldwide crisis, to set an anchor point with the International Mosaic Days that emphasizes the community across borders and cultural and human isolation.
Adapted to possible requirements, the offered actions are planned and designed with care. The city of Bad Dürkheim as well as the Kunstverein Bad Dürkheim accompany, support and encourage us in this endeavor.
With the conviction that culture and art, especially in these days, are vital for the health of body and soul, we plan positively into the future.
We are looking forward to you and your works of art, to informative and good days together in Bad Dürkheim next year!
Tanja Lebski (President of the DOMO e.V.)