NEWSLETTER – 2021-02-23


  • Bildung brennt – Get Active!
  • ÖH elections
  • Online exhibition: HIDDEN RESERVES
  • Special Project Grant

Bildung brennt – get active!

Info event for the day of action on 03.03.2021 and 10.03.2021

Dear allies!

Want to participate? interested? Ideas? decentralized actions? or other questions?

Info meeting “against the UG amendment” on Thursday 25.02. at 19 clock!

What is it about? Together we want to discuss the day of action and the opportunities to participate on 03.03. (Austria-wide demos/actions) and 10.03. (manifestation in Vienna, decentralized actions) and give an overview of the actions and opportunities to participate. We are also looking for your ideas and suggestions – we are looking forward to your participation!

When and where? On Thursday, 25.03.2021 at 19h, online via BigBlueButton -> please send us a short e-mail to

On 10.03. the UG amendment will be discussed in the science committee in parliament. As you know, there are many reasons to oppose this amendment and the education policy of Turquoise-Green. We want to set another clear and strong signal before the resolution is passed in parliament. Not only what we are against it – but also we stand for: For a just and free education policy, as well as an open discourse about education!

Be there at the info meeting!

Greetings in solidarity,
Bildung brennt

Bildung brennt demonstration 03.03.21 Wien:

Bildungt brennt demonstration 03.03.21 Graz:

ÖH elections

The ÖH elections are coming up soon, the most important information and how you can become active as a student representative will be sent out soon. Most importantly: all students who have continued their studies until 30.03.2021 and are therefore considered to be enrolled are eligible to vote, regardless of their citizenship. So don’t forget to pay your ÖH fee in time!

Online exhibition: HIDDEN RESERVES

Artists – Shahrzad Nazarpour, Nayeun Park, Golnaz Walamotamed, Katharina Mährlen, Yuko Ichikawa, Lina Marangattil, Laura Fellerer, Marie Filippovits, Gea Kalkhof, Ella Zwatz and Nathan Cha.

85% of the affected people by the increase in unemployment between February and June 2020 in Austria were women*. This is due to the fact that the industries most affected by the crisis are also those with the highest percentage of women: gastronomy, hotel business, retail trade as well as the art and culture industry. In addition, unemployment is decreasing more slowly for women than for men. This is because old gender stereotypes have an even stronger impact in times of crisis. 

Open Call [text] and web design by Anna Berthold.

A cooperation between the departments for feminist, anti-racist and queer politics of hufak [Hochschüler_innenschaft der Universität für angewandte Kunst

special project grant

deadline special project grant 15.03.2021

all information here: