American Corner Innsbruck

    American Corner Innsbruck

    directed by: Ass.-Prof. Dr. Margaret F. Davidson

    funded by: US Embassy Vienna/U.S. Department of State

    co-sponsored by: University of Innsbruck, University of New Orleans/Innsbruck Program, Austro-American Society/Tirol

    Tel: +43 512 507-32808
    Fax: +43 512 507-9824

    Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 1. Stock (Altstadt, Claudiana) 
    6020 Innsbruck 
    [link to photos and directions]


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    The American Corner will be closed from the 20th of December until the 3rd of January. 


    Opening hours: 

    Monday: 09.00 - 14.00

    Tuesday: 09.00 - 14.00

    Wednesday: 09.00 - 14.00

    Thursday: 09.00 - 14.00


    Office Assistant:

    Dillon Whitehead

    Jacob Wade

    On Tuesday, 29th January 2013, the Campusradio of the University of Innsbruck (in cooperation with Welle 1) conducted an interview with the ACI director Ass.-Prof. Dr. Margaret F. Davidson. Click here to listen to the full interview!

    The American Studies Department at the University of Innsbruck now has its own Facebook page, make sure to check it out for info concerning American-related events as well as study abroad information! Don't forget to like the page. 

    The ACI now has four Kindles that can be checked out!
    Click here for a full list of the Kindle contents.

    All of the books on our bookshelf in front of our office are registered with - - an international book exchange program. Come by and check it out!


    For our Hurricane Katrina Commemoration Lecture Series

    If you missed our Hurricane Katrina Lecture Series, come by the office and check out our selection of books, graphic novels, and dvds on the topic of the desaster, the flood, and the time after the storm had hit the Big Easy. 



    Just a couple days left to apply for#Austria2Austin 3.0!
    http:// austriastartups.3daystartup .org/

    Spend 2 weeks in Austin, Texas this summer - all travel and accommodation costs are covered - and learn the skills you need to take your idea or#startup to the next level.

    Apply now - application deadline is January 5, 2018!
    3 Day Startup

    Link to Flyer


    In recognition of International Mountain day, we would like to invite you to a series of events! The first is on Monday , December 4, 2017 and a second on Monday, December 11, 2017. Check out the flyer for more information!

    Link to Flyer

    Link to Flyer



    The Crowdsourced Archive:
    Mobile Media, Appalachian Photography, and the Local(ized) Frame 

    Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 6.00pm (18.00 Uhr) HS 7, Lecture Hall 7, Humanities Building

    Be sure to stop by and check out this guest lecture from Professor Mark Nunes of Appalachian State University concerning the relationship between social media photography & the attempt to document a sense of place. Please refer to the flyer below for more info!  

    Link to Flyer





     Further Events and Dates TBA



    Christmas Caroling 


    20 brave souls came to sing with us at the now annual ACI| AAS Christmas party. Food and drink--especially drink-- helped lower inhibitions about singing without back up music for a full hour, until our professional musician and music teacher arrived with her flute. Competition with other Christmas parties was stiff this year, but those who came for the 6 pm party stayed until well after 10 pm and a wonderful time was had by all!

    Link to Pictures




    American Folk/Bluegrass Concert

    October 13th, 2017, Café Brennpunkt

    Danny Santos, a singer/songwriter who is a “travelin Texas troubadour & tunesmith” and his partner Tom Custer played a concert at Cafe Brennpunkt. The concert was co-sponsored by the ACI

    School workshop BORG Innsbruck

    Earlier that day Santos & his partner Tom Custer held a music workshop at the BORG in Fallmeraryerstrasse Innsbruck for about 25 English & Music students from Magister Jutz’s course and the workshop was enthusiastically received.

    USTA Welcome Reception 

    Wednesday October 11th ACI 5-8pm

    About 15 US Teaching assistants were invited to view the American Corner and see what is available for them and to meet with their USTA coordinator, Mag. Belona Berchtaler


    American Corner Innsbruck & Fulbright Austria Information Open House Session

    October 11th 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm 

    American Corner Innsbruck, Claudiana, 1st floor up Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, Innsbruck


    Panel Discussion: Wolfgang Dvorák, Jenny Hausberger, et al. July 31st 6:00 PM, HS5 Geiwi 

    The European Migrant Crisis from a Refugee Perspective


    UNO-Innsbruck International Summer School Lecture Series

     Professor Verena Wieser    July 24th 2:00 PM, HS5 Geiwi       

                  Sport Event Sponsoring as Cultural Branding Tool: Austrian and Int’l Contexts 


    EducationUSA Interactive: U.S. Campus Culture

    Date and Time: Thursday, July 6, 2017, 10:00am EDT / 14:00 UTC

    Event page:

    Curious about studying in the U.S.? Already accepted and starting to pack?  Either way, this EducationUSA Interactive is for you! Join U.S. higher education experts, currently enrolled international students, and a U.S. Department of State official for an introduction to U.S. academic culture and campus life.Find out what daily student life is like for international students studying in the U.S. today. Ask questions and learn how U.S. campuses welcome international students. 

    This free, online discussion was open to the public and included a moderated conversation with questions submitted live from the online audience.


    July 4th Barbeque 

    Link to Photos


      Foreign Policy under the Trump Administration speech by visiting scholar Brett Netto 

    Mr. Brett Netto, Ph.D. candidate at Virginia Tech, spoke on U.S. Foreign Policy under Trump. After introductory remarks on how U.S. foreign policy is conducted and who is involved, he considered a few examples to analyze how U.S. foreign policy is perceived under the Trump administration, followed by a very active discussion period."

    Wednesday June 21st, 6 PM Geiwi Building HS 7
    Link to Flyer
    Link to Photos


    We hope all who went had fun checking out the American music group "The Howlin' Brothers" at Cafe Brennpunkt on May 30th

    Link to Flyer

    Link to Photos


    Thanks to all who attended on Tuesday May 23rd for a speech by visiting Professor Kevin Schilbrack!

    "Religious Affordances" 

    Link to Flyer


    Professor Cheah, UC/Berkeley “Worlding Literature”

    May 12th-13th, 2017, Claudiana

    Link to Photos


    Thanks for joining us in listening to an interesting talk by visiting Professor Damien B. Schlarb on May 9th!

                                             "Irregular, not Irreverent: Religion and Theology in Moby-Dick and The Scarlet Letter"

    Link to Flyer


    The following flyer was for a great opportunity known as the "Austria to Austin Student Startup Exchange"

    A program of U.S Embassy Vienna´s Young Transatlantic Leaders Initiative



    Charge d' Affaires Eugene Young Speech on New U.S Adminsitration

    Thanks to all who came to hear an interesting take on the new U.S. Administration by Charge d' Affairs Eugene Young from the U.S. Embassy in Vienna on Tuesday March 28th, 18:30 in the Aula of the Main University!



    Professor Walter Mead Speech on Current Administration 

    Thanks to all who joined us for a successful lecture about the current administration and its influence on foreign policy by Professor Walter Mead on March 9th at 18:00 HS 1 in the Sowi. 



     The American Corner invited you to join in at Tyrolia Buch on January 26th 7:30 PM as Barbara Hahn introduced her book "Die US-amerikanische Stadt im Wandel." Entry was free. This event was co-sponsored with the Center for Interamerican Studies (ZIAS) and TYROLIA, and was conducted in German.



    Christmas Caroling Party

    Members of the Austro-American Society/Tirol and invited ACI guests gathered on Thursday, 15 December, for our annual Christmas Caroling party.  Before singing, people enjoyed a buffet of food and drink.  Then the songbooks were distributed and the caroling began.  Great fun was had by all!



                                    “What’s next? America under President Trump & what we can learn from the 2016 election cycle.”

                                                                                           Featuring Mr. Yussi Pick

    Monday, November 28th, 2016 7PM in Claudiasaal (2nd floor) of the Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck.

    The American Corner Innsbruck (ACI) and the Center for Interamerican Studies (ZIAS) hosted a post-election event featuring Mr. Yussi Pick, U.S. elections and campaigns expert and managing partner at Pick and Barth Digital Strategies.  Mr. Pick spent the final weeks before the election working at the Clinton campaign headquarters.  He first explained how a campaign staff is normally grouped into special ares of responsibilities, showed photos inside the Clinton headquarters, and then talked some about the innovative approaches taken for digital and media campaigning.  Some digital and media approaches used by the Trump campaign were also addressed.  After commenting on we we can learn from this campaign and where we move forward, Mr. Pick took questions from the audience on the role of social media, fake news/propoganda, the role of tradtional media, the creation of "narratives" which hurt or help a candidate, and more.  The full house of 75 included a local Gymnasium class and teacher.

    [Link to InvitePhotos]


    Thanksgiving Dinner together with the Austro-American Society

    Sunday, 20 November, 2016, Sieglanger Pfarrkirche Maria Gstade, Weingartnerstr. 44, 6020 Innsbruck

    We celebrate traditionally  on the Sunday before Thanksgiving Thursday, which isn't a holiday here in Austria.  AAS members, ACi invited guests, families with children, students and retirees all came together for an evening of great food and conviviality.  The Austro-American Society provides the turkeys/gravy and beverages, attendees all bring some sort of dish to share--in true American pot-luck tradition.  After dinner Santa Claus even comes to visit the young ones, and a raffle rounds up the evening of togetherness.  We are already looking forward to next year's event!

    [Link to Photos]


    The First Clinton and Trump Debate: Out of a Frying-pan into the Fire

    Monday, November 14, 2016, 10:15am in the HS 7, Humanities Building,GEIWI (Innrain 52), 6020 Innsbruck

    The American Corner Innsbruck and the Department of American Studies at the University of Innsbruck  organized a talk  on the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Manfred Kienpointner, Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Innsbruck, Austria spoke on the topic.

    [Link to Photos]


    43rd International Conference of the Austrian Association for American Studies:

    "America Through the Small Screen: Television and Its Transformations"

    November 11-13, 2016, School of Catholic Theology (Karl-Rahner-Platz 1) and the GEIWI (Innrain 52), 6020 Innsbruck.

    The Austrian Association for American Studies (AAAS) held their 43rd Conference here at the University of Innsbruck from November 11-13. Keynote speakers included Christopher Bigsby from the University of East Anglia, Amanda D. Lotz from the University of Michigan and Diane Negra from the University College Dublin.

     [For more information, please click here.]

    [Download the program here.]


    International Day of the International Services of the University of Innsbruck

    Tuesday, November 8, 2016, 11:00 am – 04:00 pm in the Claudiana (1st floor), Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck.

    The American Corner Innsbruck joined with the Landeszentren for the annual University of Innsbruck International Day, held this year on 8 November 2016.  Some 200 students, pupils, and interested members of the public came through our offices to learn about what we have to offer.  The American Corner was please to welcome two representatives from Fulbright in Vienna, who stayed the day and talked to many about education and teaching opportunities supported by Fulbright in the United States. A photo contest announced several months ago was judged by the visitors, who voted by ballot--fitting for the November 8th Election Day in the U.S.--and the ACI was pleased to present a GoPro camera to the young photographer of the public's favorite photo:  a splendid, almost spiritual photo of campers around a fire and the brilliant Milky Way stretching out above them in the night sky. 

    [Link to Program, Invite, Press Release,Photos]


    An American View on US Presidential Elections

    Thursday, November 3, 2016, 6pm (18:00) in the Claudiasaal (2nd floor) of the Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck.

    Robert Greenan, Public Affairs Counselor of the US Embassy in Vienna spoke on the US Presidential elections and also took questions from the audience.

    Following this talk/discussion, there was a light reception. 

    [Link to InvitePhotos]


    School Music Workshop

    Monday, October 24 2016, Innsbruck Waldorfschule, Jahnstraße 5, 6020 Innsbruck

    The American Corner Innsbruck was pleased to sponsor a school music workshop on the morning of 24 October featuring Emily Jane White, a singer/songwriter influenced by the American blues and folk tradition with a mix of pop-rock added.  Ms. White spoke and performed for a school audience of 25 (9th class, Innsbruck Waldorfschule), talking about and demonstrating song-writing.  There was a active exchange, with pupils asking lots of questions before Ms. White had to leave with her band for an engagement in Vienna that same night.



    Emily Jane White & Band

    Sunday, October 23 2016, 8:00pm/20:00 at the Bierstindl, Klostergasse 6, 6020 Innsbruck

    Her music is best described as "Americana folk with a dark flavor to it". Emily Jane White has recently released her new album "They Moved in Shadow All Together" and has performed at the Bierstindl on Sunday. 


    eLibrary USA Workshop

    October 11, 10:30am - 11.30 am, in the coffeeroom (1st floor) of the Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, (Altstadt), 6020 Innsbruck.
    The aim of the workshop was to broaden academic research skills and to give people an insight into online research possibilities with a focus on eLibrary USA. 


    A Guest Lecture by Prof. Noam Shoval on 

    The Urban Development of Jerusalem and its Geopolitical Future

    Friday, October 7, 6:00 pm (18:00) in Hörsaal 7 of the GEIWI Gebäude, Innrain 52, Innsbruck

    Our friends from the Austro-Israel Academic Network Innsbruck (AIANI) have invited Prof. Shoval from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to speak on Jerusalem's current urban and social geography. 

    [Link to more Info]


    Freakwater Concert

    Saturday, October 1 2016, 7:30pm/19:30 at the Bierstindl, Klostergasse 6, 6020 Innsbruck

    After more than ten years Freakwater came back to Europe again. They were presenting their new album 'Scheherezade'.  

    [Link to more Info/Website/Photos]


    UNO Summer School Lecture Series

    July 11, 25 at 6pm/18:00 in Hörsaal 4 of the GeiWi Turm - Main University Building

    To all interested, feel free to join us at the UNO Summer School Lecture Series. These events are free and open to the public!

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    Reflections on the U.S. Presidential Elections

    Wednesday, July 27 2016, 5 pm/17:00 in the Claudiasaal of the Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, (Altstadt), 6020 Innsbruck.

    This lecture, held by Robert Dupont, an Associate Professor of History at the University of New  Orleans, is part of the UNO Summer School Lecture Series and presented in cooperation with the American Corner Innsbruck. This event is free and open to the public. A small reception will follow Prof. Dupont's remarks. 

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    Independence Day Celebration at Lanser See

    Saturday, July 2, 2016, 3:30 p.m.

    On Saturday the American Corner in cooperation with the Austro-American Society held their popular family picnic day. Our guests were provided with American foods, music and free to enjoy the amenities of Lanser See. The entire staff of the Institut für Amerikastudien from the University of Innsbruck was invited and we were especially glad to receive Management Counselor Scharpf from the U.S. Embassy together with his wife, who have attended our celebration.

    [Link to Photos]


    Piracy and Captivity in the Mediterranean 1530 - 1810

    "Barbary Coast Captivity Narratives"

    Thursday, June 16 - Saturday, June 18, 2016 in the Claudiasaal and Türingsaal of the Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3,(Altstadt, Claudiana), 6020 Innsbruck.

    Piracy and captivity were important issues for almost all Muslim and Christian regions that were to some degree involved in Mediterranean trade in the early modern era. Most of them, including the young United States of America, had to cope with corsairs capturing trading goods and enslaving members of their communities. Some survivors of Mediterranean piracy and enslavement later wrote or published accounts of their experiences.

    The aim of this conference was to look at these narratives in a variety of languages from a literary perspective, while putting them into a proper historical and cultural context.

    [Link to Invite/more Info/Lecture Abstracts/Photos]


    All I wanted to say

    Friday, 10 June 2016, 8:00 p.m. (20:00) in Vier und Einzig, Studio 3, Hallerstraße 41, 1. Stock, 6020 Innsbruck

    ‘All I wanted to say’ - Silvia Girardi's performance takes listeners on a multidisciplinary journey through theatre, dance, poetry, film, digital art, and music that explores both how we choose to communicate in the Digital Era and how these modes have transformed through time. A close look at the poetry, letters, text messages, and emails we all send can reveal how much remains untold.

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    Bookpresentation by Lawrence Gunn

    "Ethnology and Empire"

    Tuesday, May 31, 2016, 7:30pm (19:30) in the Tyrolia, Maria-Theresien-Straße 15, 6020 Innsbruck


    Analyzing autobiographies, travel narratives and even sign language, Prof. Gunn described the development of new linguistic practices, telling the story of the beginnings of the United States of America, describing the white conquerers of this new continent not only as adventurers, but as curious and culturally interested scientists.

    This book presention was organized in collabortion with the ZiAS (Zentrum für Interamerikanische Studien) and the bookstore Tyrolia.

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    U.S./Mexico Night

     Monday, 30 May 2016, 5:00 pm (17:00) in the coffee room of the GeiWi Turm - Main University Building

    ‚U.S./Mexico Night’ was a lecture dedicated to the US-Mexico border region and the politics and culture that surround it. The lecture was held by 2 guest professors from the University of Texas, Marion Rohrleitner and Robert Gunn. 

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    Movie Night

    Thursday, April 28, 2015, 4pm in the coffee room of the GeiWi Turm - Main University Building

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Therefore the American Corner Innsbruck showed "The Color Purple", a Steven Spielberg movie, based on the the American novel of the same name, written by Alice Walker.

    [Link to Event/more Info]


    Rod MacDonald in Concert

    Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 8:00 pm (20:00) at Waldhüttl, Natterer-See-Weg 6, 6020 Innsbruck. 

    The American Corner Innsbruck co-sponsored with inn puls a concert by Rod MacDonald and  Mark Dann on bass, in cooperation with the Waldhüttl. 

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    Picking Judges: The U.S. President and Appointment Politics in Light of the 2016 Elections

    Thursday, 21 April, 2016, 4:30 pm (16:30) in Hörsaal G in the main building of the University of Innsbruck, Innrain 52, 6020 Innsbruck. 

    The American Corner Innsbruck and the Center New Orleans hosted a guest lecture and discussion by Nancy Maveety, a professor of political science at Tulane University. 

    [Link to Invite/more Info]


    Lectures by LFUI-Wittgenstein-Guest Professor Marjorie Gabrielle Perloff

    As a part of University courses and seminars, Professor Perloff from Stanford University was invited to hold a series of lectures on American and Austrian literature this April.

    [Link to Invite/more Info]

    [Link to Photos]


    Earth Day Picnic 2016

    Tuesday, April 21, 2016, from 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm at the Public Park at Prandtauer Ufer

    April 22 is Earth Day. This is an opportunity to demonstrate support for environmental protection, reduction of global emission, and awareness about sustainability. The American Corner Innsbruck celebrated this day with a BYO Food and Drink Picnic at the Inn. 

    [Link to Invite/more Info]

    [Link to Photos]


    Consular Services

    Monday, 25 April, 2016 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the American Corner Innsbruck, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 1. Stock (Altstadt, Claudiana), 6020 Innsbruck.

    The American Citizens Services Section of the US-Konsulat Wien was in Innsbruck to provide Consular services such as passport services, birth registration, notary services etc.


    Concert with Roberta Piket and Roland Heinz

    Wednesday, March 9, 2016, 7:00pm (19:00) in the Mozarteum, Innrain 15, 6020 Innsbruck

    New York musicians and composers Roberta Piket (piano) and Billy Mintz (percussion) joined with Austrian guitarist Roland Heinz for a performance conducted in the music room of the Mozarteum Innsbruck.  Three very different pieces gave the audience an idea of the range of modern jazz:  a solo guitar piece with synthesizer by Roland Heinz, a beautiful jazz "ballad" on piano by Roberta Piket, and a long joint improvisational piece by all three.  

    [Link to Invite]

    [Link to Photos]


    Mardi Gras

    Tuesday, February 9, 2016, 2:00pm (14:00)  in the Claudiasaal of the Claudiana - Herzog-Friedrich Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck.

    The American Corner Innsbruck, the Austro-American Society/Tirol chapter and the Center New Orleans invited friends and guests to celebrate Fasching New Orleans-style: Mardi Gras in the Altstadt of Innsbruck!  With live Mardis Gras jazz from the BORG Second-Liners, purple/green/gold beads galore and lots of enthusiasm, we paraded twice through town.  In between our Second Line parades, featuring our very own self-made mini-floats, guests feasted on famous New Orleanian cooking, including Crawfish, Jambalaya and King Cake!

    [Link to Photos]

    [Link to Invite]


    "The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election - An Outlook on the Eve of the Primaries"

    Monday, January 25, 2016, 7:00pm (19:00) in the Claudiasaal of the Claudiana - Herzog-Friedrich Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck.


    A discussion on the 2016 Presidential Election, led by senior editor for the National Review, Ramesh Ponnuru.

    [Link to Invite]

    [Link to Photos]


    Wo sich Amerika erfand - Große Erinnerungsorte in Neuengland

    Wednesday, January 20, 2016, 7:30pm (19:30) in the Tyrolia, Maria-Theresien-Straße 15, 6020 Innsbruck


    Using eight important US memorial sites, Arno Heller tells the story of American self-discovery, exploring its nature, culture, history, tradition and the American Dream. 

    This book presention is the first of many others to come, organized in collabortion with the ZiAS (Zentrum für Interamerikanische Studien and the bookstore Tyrolia.

    [Link to Invite]

    [Link to Photos]


    Movie Monday 

    Monday, November 30, 2015, 4pm in the coffee room of the GeiWi Turm - Main University Building


    November is Native American Heritage Month. Therefore, the American Corner Innsbruck was showing "The Last of the Mohicans" by Michael Mann. A discussion of the American classic of the same name, written by James Fennimore Cooper, followed the movie.

    [Link to Photos]


    "New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina - Then & Now" event and film series.

    Epilogue of "When the Levees Broke" by Director Spike Lee 

    Tuesday, November 24, 7:00PM (19:00), in HS 2 of the GeiWi of the University of Innsbruck, Innrain 52, 6020 Innsbruck.

    "Since September 1st, the American Corner Innsbruck has been conducting a series of events commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.  The 6th and last of these events for this year took place Tuesday, November 24th.  A 20-minute segment from the epilogue to Spike Lee's "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Fours Acts" was screened, leading into a discussion of major themes and issues.  ACI director Margaret Davidson lead the discussions, providing additional input in power point-form on animal rescue with brief clips from the filmed version of "Dark Water Rising", along with pre-and post Katrina statistics, and examples of the controversial issue of gentrification.  The ACI may re-visit the topic from a different perspective in the New Year, so please stay tuned."

    [Link To Invite]


     "New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina - Then & Now" event and film series. 

    ACT IV of "When The Levees Broke" by Directer Spike Lee 

    Tuesday, November 10, 7:00PM (19:00), in HS 2 of the GeiWi of the University of Innsbruck, Innrain 52, 6020 Innsbruck.

    The fourth event in our Hurricane Katrina series featured a screening of Act IV of Spike Lee's documentary "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts", followed by some eye-witness testimony and some discussion with a small reception:

    [Link To Invite]


    International Day

    Tuesday, November 10 from 10am (10:00) to 4pm (16:00) in the Claudiana - Herzog-Friedrich Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck.

    On this day, the Claudiana — which houses 11 international institutions and centers for area studies — opened its doors and showed the public what it has to offer. We in the American Corner can help you find out about studying and doing research abroad, offer you lots of free materials with information about the United States, and let you know about the wide variety of events we conduct throughout the year. Our special theme for the day was American football and we had clips of NFL games playing.  Better still, one of the coaches for the Swarco raiders was on hand to give some basic football information and demonstrations.  Also present was Dr. Jürgen Hörmann from the Austrian-American Educational Commission in Vienna to talk about Fulbright scholarships and the Teaching Assistantship program, with current and former teaching assistants also on hand to share their experiences.  

    [Link To Invite]

    [Link to Photos]


    Aktionstag der Jungen Uni 

    Friday, November 6 from 8am (08:00) until 2pm (14:00), in the GeiWi of the University of Innsbruck, Innrain 52, 6020 Innsbruck.

    The American Corner Innsbruck participated in the Junge Uni Event. 

    [Link to Photos]


    Saints Game - Saints VS. Colts 

    Sunday October 25 in the coffee room of the GeiWi Turm - Main University Building 

    19:00/7:00PM Game Start time - 18:30/6:30 Meet-up in the courtyard in front of the GeiWi Turm

    [Link to game schedule]


    Gold Heart


    Thursday, 22 October 2015, Blumenpark Seidemann, 8 pm 

    The GOLD HEART sisters Analise (mandolin), Jocelyn (guitar, and Shelby (fiddle) continue to garner much appreciation and respect from the Bluegrass community for their award winning instrumental ability and astonishingly accomplished harmony vocals culminating into a rootsy, fresh and exciting sound !

    [link to website]

    [Link to Pictures]


    Winning the Freedom to Marry in the United States:

    Lessons for the Work Ahead

    Wednesday, 14 October 2015 - Claudianasaal, Claudiana - Herzog-Friedrich Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck 

    Talk and discussion with renowned academic as well as founder and activist of the campaign to win equal marriage rights "Freedom to Marry", special guest Evan Wolfson.



     "New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina - Then & Now" event and film series.

    PART III of "When The Levees Broke" by Directer Spike Lee

    Tuesday, 13th of October - 19:00/7:00PM HS 2 - UIBK GiWi Turm-UIBK

    The third event in our Hurricane Katrina series featured a screening of Act III of Spike Lee's documentary "When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts", followed by some eye-witness testimony and some discussion with a small reception:

    Link To Invite


    American Citizens Services

    October 6th, 2015 - American Corner Innsbruck

    Herzog Friedrich Straße 3, 1. Stock (Altstadt, Claudiana

    A-6020 Innsbruck