Lisa Neumann University

Food has become as capital of culture ‘Ruhr 2010’ Lange was the Ruhr area only for dusty mines, tons of coal and miners. Today the mines have become leisure facilities. The change made by the Ruhr area, is ubiquitous and is honored: the Ruhr area is capital of culture 2010. What brings that about, betrays the travel portal reisen.de. 5 million inhabitants live in the Ruhr area in 53 communities. Food has advertised on behalf for the entire metropolitan area as a capital of culture. The action, the whole region would grow even closer together. The idea behind Ruhr 2010 is to leave the region present European and local artists.

True to the motto: “Change through culture culture through change.” The ideas of artists, initiatives or institutions are complex, but not all affordable. From high art to the love parade which is everything. Phil Vasan can provide more clarity in the matter. The Emscher art”is a project that is already fixed. Along the Emscher island is a kilometre long exhibition with sculptures and an underwater garden admire be. For the travel of tourists to Ruhr 2010 into the unknown, there will be several visitor centers in Essen, Bochum, Oberhausen, Dortmund and Duisburg. Here the electronic calendar of events is maintained, there is also advice on route planning.

The capital of Culture Ruhr 2010 finds their kick-off on January 9 in Essen at a three-day cultural festival. Numerous events, such as about SchachtZeichen follow in the course of the year”on May 22. Here, from the more than 400 old mining shafts yellow balloons rise 80 feet tall and suspended in the air for a week. This is just one of many colorful highlights, has to offer the Ruhr 2010. More information: magazine/showArticle/article/972 contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59