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The exhibition in Jena is hosted by Südkurve Jena/

VENUE:

Mensa of the University of Applied Sciences Jena and Zeiss AG, Carl-Zeiss-Promenade 6, 07745 Jena

OPENING HOURS:

Monday - Friday 10.00 - 15.00 hrs as well as one hour ahead of each special event, visits outside of regular opening hours are possible upon request via e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

SPECIAL EVENTS:

15/06/2019  

  11.00 hrs
- 13.00 hrs

Opening of the exhibition
Opening and guided tour through the "Fan.Tastic Females” exhibition together with one of the creators of the exhibition as well as two of the women portrayed.

>>> Mensa of the University of Applied Sciences Jena and Zeiss AG

18/06/2019

  19.00 hrs

 

 

Panel Discussion: Exchange of Female Generations of the Fanbase 

This evening, and in representation of different generations of female FCC supporters, four women of different age groups will come together in conversation. Together, an exchange should be kicked off about the development of the situation of female football supporters at FCC. And naturally, the audience is also corially invited to contribute.

>>> Mensa of the University of Applied Sciences Jena and Zeiss AG

23/06/2019

  15:00 hrs
- 17:30 hrs

City Walk:

Famous women in Jena. Together we want to explore Jena and follow the traces of famous, notorious but often forgotten women in Jena.

>>> Meeting point tbc

26/06/2019

  19:00 hrs
fällt leider aus!

ABGESAGT! Panel: Women's Football in Jena - quo vadis

>>> leider musste die Veranstaltung kurzfristig aufgrund krankheitsbedingter Ausfälle abgesagt werden.

27/06/2019

  19:00 hrs
- 22:00 hrs

Presentation: "Pearl from the Terraces?!“ Presentation about female ultras between assimilation and rebellion, followed by a discussion

What is it that motivates female ultras to give their club the shirt off their backs, to tour across all stadia, to scream their heads off? Possibly it is the same as what motivates men - isn't it? In any case, they more or less automatically hold a special role and a position as a minority. Often, they will find that it is made harder for them to be a normal part of ultra culture. But they exist, they are present, and against all odds, they take part.

Lecturer Antje Grabenhorst is football fan, co-organiser of the Fan.Tastic Females and part of the network F_In - Women in Football and part of Football Fans Against Homophobia.

>>> Fan-Projekt Jena (Oberaue 4, 07745 Jena)