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Stadtpark 1


  • Production space
  • Exhibition space
  • Artists run
  • Artists' Association
  • Cultural Center
Opening hours

Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 14:00-19:00 Sat 11:00-16:00

Gallery Days 2021:

FRI 3 – 7 p.m.*
SAT 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.*
SUN 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.*

*Exceptions for Artelier Contemporary, kunstGarten, Kunsthaus Graz & Neue Galerie

Contact and Social Media


+43 316/827734


Hashtags: #forumstadtpark #rathausderherzen

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  • everything is accessible


The FORUM STADTPARK is a place of production and presentation for contemporary art. This house, which is organized as an artist’s association, stands for a expanded definition of art and for an intersectional work in the following areas Architecture, Literature, Fine Arts, Photography, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, Performance, Theory. Being a laboratory and a platform for numerous scenes of the Austrian and international cultural production is the claim of this house. The FORUM STADTPARK was created in 1959 among others by Othmar Carli, Gustav Zankl, Siegfried Neuburg, Emil Breisach and Günter Waldorf. They adapted the empty „Stadtpark Cafe“ for artistic events. Therefore the name FORUM STADTPARK describes the action group as well as the place with the address Stadtpark 1.Today about 190 events take place every year in FORUM STADTPARK – the bigger part with free entrance.

  • Ausstellung

5/8/2021 - 6/5/2021

Julian Palacz. WERK 14 - Handle With Care

Julian Palacz, whose artistic practice primarily deals with the power and mechanics of surveillance, changes his premise for "Handle with Care" at Forum Stadtpark. Instead of pointing out surveillance, he himself becomes the instance that records and documents without being asked, sending out broadcasts prepared with cameras and microphones. The result is a value-free look behind the scenes of the shipping system.
Only at first glance do the imposing images reveal a rhythmic choreography;a closer look, however, reveals a regime of strict efficiency in which there is hardly any room for people.

  • Artists:
  • Julian Palacz

  • Ausstellung

5/12/2021 - 5/16/2021


und endlich wieder frische KUNST für zuhause!

Good art in one's own four walls has never been as important as it is today! Museums and exhibition houses have to be closed temporarily due to the pandemic. So why not bring interesting Styrian artists home: the initiative Kunstverleih offers works by over 30 artists for loan – very uncomplicated and affordable!
The exhibition with all available works of the Initiative Kunstverleih will take place from May 12 to 16, 2021 in the salon of the FORUM STADTPARK. We are pleased to again offer a great selection of exceptional artworks for rental.

All works and info online at www.kunstverleih.org

Rental fee: 29 Euro / year

  • with works by Sarah Bildstein, Helga Chibidziura, Michael Fanta, Heribert Friedl, Max Gansberger, Christoph Grill, Michael Gumhold, Veronika Hauer, Andreas Heller, Markus Jeschaunig, Ulrike Königshofer, Renate Krammer, Marianne Lang, Alfred Lenz, Martin Osterider, Markus Pippan, Erwin Polanc, Wendelin Pressl, Alfons Pressnitz, David Reumüller, Isa Riedl, Karoline Rudolf, Maria Schnabl, Nina Schuiki, Edda Strobl, studio ASYNCHROME, Lea Titz, Veronika Tzekova, Roswitha Weingrill, Daniel Wetzelberger, Clara Wildberger, Bernhard Wolf, zweintopf u. a.

  • Ausstellung

5/8/2021 - 6/5/2021

WERK 15 - BOOKSHOP Verlag Forum Stadtpark

Since 1959, the house has published numerous books, booklets, posters, postcards,and visual and audio media from a wide variety of projects and genres. In addition to current publications, the Bookshop also offers historical material for viewing and sale.

  • Walk

5/15/2021 - 5/15/2021


looking for ways to cope

a project by Michaela Schweighofer with Melanie Ebenhoch, Laura Hinrichsmeyer, Lukas Maria Kaufmann, Janina Krepart, Stine Ølgod, Niclas Riepshoff, Lennart Schweder, Eva Seiler

A walk through the Graz City Park, starting and ending on the lawn in front of the FORUM STADTPARK.