(HHP also refers you to the calendars on the German page)
Drawing by Gunter Böhmer of Hesse and Böhmer.
According to the latest news from Europe, a German-language video of the film may be released soon.
If an American distributor can be located, it is possible that an English language version may follow. HHP
Hesse Lecture Series
Oglethorpe University Museum
The museum announced four lectures from April 20 until May 11, 1999
in conjunction with its current exhibition
Hermann Hesse: Novelist, Poet, Painter
[announcement see below]
Source: Jackie Kurklis
May 13 - May 15, 1999
Send inquiries to Ms.
Schillerstraße 8 (Akademie)
Poems by Hermann Hesse and Robert Frost
to music by A.K. Böhm
Andreas Reibenspies, Bariton
A.K. Böhm, Klavier
From left: Andreas Reibenspies, Adolph Kurt Böhm, Heiner Hesse, Bruno Hesse, 1992
1535 Santa Barbara Street
Santa Barbara, California
A unique concert event in Santa Barbara to benefit the International Academy
Im Garten meiner Mutter
|Im Schloß Bremgarten
Der Mann von fünfzig Jahren
Liebeslied (Ich wollt, ich wär eine Blume)
Stopping by woods
Phone: (805) 965-9889
Fax (805) 965-3230
The exhibition from March 17.
- 29. 1999 at
Kintetsu Department Stores, Kichijoji, Musashino City, Tokyo
concluded with a count of 10,000 visitors
It can now be seen at
Toyosu Cultural Center, Kot-ku, Tokyo
March 31. - April 18. 1999
The exact dates for other exhibition sites are still open.
exhibition at Oglethorpe University
February 14 - May 30, 199
Oglethorpe University Museum announces the exhibition "Hermann Hesse: Novelist, Poet, Painter" featuring watercolors, pen and ink drawings, first edition books, photographs and a full-color replica of Hesse's 1946 Nobel Prize for Literature. The exhibition will open to the public on Sunday, February 14, 1999 and remain open through Sunday, May 30.
Address: 4484 Peachtree Road, N.E. Atlanta, GA 30319
Directions: The museum is located on the third floor of the Philip Weltner Library Building, near the rear of the Oglethorpe University campus. Free parking is available in the rear of the building.
The Museum is open Tuesdays through Sundays from noon until 5:00 p.m, remaining open until 7:00 p.m. on Thursdays. Admission is free with ample free parking.
For more information call (404) 364-8555, or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: Jackie Kurklis
Siddhartha CD-Rom in German was issued in the fall of 1998
|The text (Basisbibliothek), the CD-Rom and the Audio Book have been
released. HHP believes this to be a well-done innovative project.
Beyond that, it might be an excellent learning tool for students
of German language and literature in foreign countries.
You will find more information on the Suhrkamp Page, Frankfurt a.M., if you search for "Siddhartha" in the GESAMTKATALOG of the page.
For quick, easy, and inexpensive ordering of the materials from Germany you might try the German affiliate of Amazon.com (formerly "telebuch.de"). Search for the most recent editions of "Siddhartha"
Hesse's watercolors in New York City
Donahue/Sosinski Art Gallery
560 Broadway, #304, NY, NY 10012
Tel: (212) 226-1111
Fax: (212) 982-5579
The opening reception: was held on Wednesday, February
11, 6-8 p.m.
Press Release of February 7, 1998
The splendidly illustrated catalog for the exhibition is still available
Please contact the Hermann Hesse Museum in Montagnola
by mail or telephone
International Hermann-Hesse Colloquium, 1997
For a printed copy of the proceedings write to Mr. Gengenbach in Calw (3/14/97)
on stage in Singapore
Look here if you are interested in getting some addresses (3/7/97)
Send comments and suggestions to the Hermann-Hesse-Page
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