Alte Kelter Fellbach, Untertürkheimer Straße 33
From Stuttgart by public transport: S-Bahn S2 (direction Schorndorf) and S3 (direction Backnang) to Fellbach station or U1 to the last stop Fellbach Lutherkirche; continue with bus line 60 (direction Untertürkheim) to Alte Kelter.
If you come by car, there are parking spaces behind the Alte Kelter. Unfortunately, there will be no parking spaces available here on the opening day. We recommend car park P3 Max-Graser-Stadion, Schillerstraße 30, approx. 10 minutes' walk.
Duration of the exhibition
4th of June to 3rd of October 2022
Tue to Fri 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Thu 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Sat and Sun 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Whitmonday, June 6th: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Open days with free entry
3rd July 2022, 2nd and 3rd October 2022
with the kind support of LOTTO Baden-Württemberg
Adults 10 euros
Reduced 5 euros (pupils, students, unemployed, BonusCard holders)
Children up to 12 years free
Group ticket for groups of 10 or more people: 8 euros per person
Season ticket 25 euros
Public guided tours:
Thursdays 7 p.m., Sundays 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Thursday, June 30th: 5 p.m.
Entrance fee plus 2 euros per person
In addition, themed guided tours are offered, which are based on the RESONANCES series of events.
Special tours for groups by appointment at the Cultural office, phone 0711/5851-364
Entrance fee plus 2 euros per person
Guided tours for Fellbach school classes free of charge;
External school classes 2 euros per student
Barrier-free guided tours
Guided tours with a sign language interpreter:
Thu June 23, 7 p.m. and Sun July 24, 11 a.m
Please register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided tours for people with visual impairments:
Sat 17 September and Sat 24 September, 11 a.m
Please register at email@example.com or 0711 5851 364
Guided tours in easy language:
Dates on request. Texts are also available at the checkout.
Built in 1906 and inaugurated in 1907, the Alte Kelter was the largest of its kind in Württemberg at the time. Unused for a long time, it was reopened in September 2000 after careful renovation as a multifunctional house of culture. With around 2500 square metres of exhibition space, the Alte Kelter has one of the largest exhibition rooms in southern Germany. The building combines the functionality and sobriety of purpose-oriented industrial architecture with the craftsmanship of timber frame construction. Particularly imposing is the enormous, openly visible roof truss that covers the entire 3000 square metre area. The Japanese artist Katsuhito Nishikawa created 24 mobile partition walls especially for the Alte Kelter, which - depending on the event and requirements - allow free interior design variations
Path of Contemplation Fellbach
Wanderparkplatz Obere Hau
The „Besinnungsweg Fellbach“ is an unusual project that brings together nature, art, religion and philosophy at selected locations on the northern edge of Fellbach. Twelve places of contemplation, which are intended to encourage people to pause and reflect on religious and ideological questions, are each assigned a theme that is illustrated by quotations from literature, religion or philosophy. Nine places of reflection have now been completed. The invited artists are required to include the scenic surroundings of the respective place of contemplation as part of the artistic statement in the work. The path is supported and supervised by the Förderverein Besinnungsweg Fellbach e.V., founded in 1999, which selects the artists in consultation with the cultural office of the city of Fellbach and realises the artworks largely on its own according to their specifications.
Gallery of the city of Fellbach
In its own rooms directly in the town hall complex, the Gallery of the City of Fellbach presents contemporary fine art on two floors and 250 m². The gallery opened in October 1997 with works by the painter Karl-Georg Pfahler. Works by renowned artists such as Arnulf Rainer, Inge Mahn, Timm Ulrichs, Henk Visch, Jürgen Brodwolf, Heather Allen, Stephan Balkenhol and Anja Luithle, to name but a few, have been shown. Exhibitions are also always held in the context of the Triennale. With reference to the American photojournalists of the first hour (Johanna) Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel, who came from Fellbach, one focus of the exhibition programme is on photography. Artists from the region are also offered a forum. Sculpture in public space, namely the cooperation with the Förderverein Besinnungsweg Fellbach e.V., is part of the gallery's work.
The organizing team of the 15th Small Sculpture Triennial Fellbach has set itself the goal of making the website and other means of communication, the exhibition locations and the accompanying program as barrier-free and accessible as possible.
The following measures have been taken:
- all texts and images in printed matter and on the website are written in body-positive, gender-neutral and racism-free language
- readability of printed matter such as flyers and posters
- barrier-free access to the exhibition room for wheelchair users and walkers
- sanitary facilities for people with special needs
- gender-neutral and gender-specific toilets in the showroom
- displays take height into account so exhibits can also be viewed while seated
- seating options in the exhibition
- offers for guided tours for visually impaired people, guided tours in sign language and guided tours and texts in simple language
We perceive the removal of barriers as a learning process, which is why we look forward to your comments and suggestions. If you have specific questions about your visit to the 15th Triennale, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0711 5851364.
The development and implementation of accessibility measures are carried out in cooperation with the following organizations:
Office for Social Affairs and Participation of the City of Fellbach
Diakonie Stetten – Office for Easy Language