The Hubert von Goisern Culture Award
For the advancement of talent and perseverance; granted for outstanding commitment and achievement in art and culture in general, with a focus on music in particular. To support inspired and inspiring people; or to further innovative solutions and ideas, which benefit the common good. The award will allocate a total of €15,000 each year for nine years.
"I was supported by many people through the penniless early years of my career. And these people did so because they believed in what I was doing. I want to keep that going: with this award I want to support people who artistically contemplate and deal with the world in ways in which I find exciting and important. I am in the privileged position to be able to do just that." – Hubert von Goisern
The Hubert von Goisern Culture Award 2020
The Hubert von Goisern Culture Award is presented once a year. Together with a jury Hubert von Goisern chooses artists whose creativity and efforts deserve and require support. The financial support offered by the Culture Award encourages the winners to continue their work and to live out their creativity, enabling the public to both share in and be inspired by it.
In light of the growing number of applications each year, the founder of the award has decided with a heavy heart to put in place a couple of restrictions. Firstly, only applicants whose main country of residence is Austria may now apply. Secondly, only applications from the field of music will now be considered - this includes music-related event and social-educational initiatives. Entries from the fields of visual arts, dance, film, literature etc. can unfortunately no longer be accepted.
Applications for the Hubert von Goisern Culture Award 2021 may be submitted between 1st October 2020 and 31st March 2021. Please only submit your application via the link below. Physical applications cannot be considered. Should you have any questions, please send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hubert von Goisern - Chairman
Musician Composer and producer, working between the poles of world music and folk music, tradition and the modern. www.hubertvongoisern.com
Culture journalist Since 1992 Bernhard has been culture editor and columnist at Salzburger Nachrichten. On the editorial staff, he is responsible for pop culture and pop music. Aside from publications on the subject of pop culture and pop music in a variety of newspapers and magazines at home and abroad, he has published two books. He has also performed as a record spinner, touring with DJ evenings paired with literary readings. www.sn.at/autor/bernhard-flieher
Culture worker Programme planning at Brucknerhaus Linz 1994 - 2009, Linz Klangwolke project management, management and programme planning at Linz Veranstaltungsarena, and staging of large-scale open air concerts at Linz Stadion. Artistic Director and Chairman of culture association VOI - Kultur am Markt, in St. Martin im Mühlkreis, Upper Austria since 2017. A significant part of his cultural work is dedicated to the support and promotion of young artists. www.voikultur.at
Culture manager and mediator Director at "Das Zentrum" in Radstadt. The cultural association was founded in 1981 and is among the most significant cultural institutions in the province of Salzburg. As artistic director, Elisabeth is responsible for programme and project development, as well as implementation. For many years she has been active nationwide, including in Culture Council in the Salzburg Provincial Government, Leader Pongau etc. www.daszentrum.at
Margarethe Hlawa-Grundner - Coordination
Musician & cultural event organiser
Margarethe completed her studies in concert violin at the Salzburg Mozarteum. She now appears mainly with the Salzburg Chamber Soloists, as well as being involved in numerous other formations. In the summer of 2015 she and her husband opened Café Kurkuma in Hallein. From the very beginning, the little stage in the café was a venue for the arts. Since April 2019 she has been the chairwoman of the Kunst im Ziegenstall association, which manages that stage at the newly named Pan Café. www.kunst-im-ziegenstall.at