ERSTE Foundation and ERSTE Foundation Library Now Open
ERSTE Foundation and therefore also the ERSTE Foundation library are open for all interested readers. You can find us at Erste Campus on the ground…
ERSTE Foundation and therefore also the ERSTE Foundation library are open for all interested readers. You can find us at Erste Campus on the ground floor of section F. The entrance (orange porch, Arsenalstraße) is opposite the D tram stop.
ERSTE Foundation opening hours
Monday – Thursday 9 – 17
Friday 9 – 14
ERSTE Foundation library
The ERSTE Foundation library is a specialist library which is open to the public. The new premises on Erste Campus have research and work stations for users. The open access library stocks can be borrowed with a user ID. A user account can be opened free of charge and an ID card issued during the library’s opening hours. Please contact the head of ERSTE Foundation library, Jutta Braidt (email@example.com).
The media stock
The library’s stock currently comprises around 11,000 information resources including DVDs and periodicals. The main focus of the collection is on present-day socio-economic and cultural developments and their political framework conditions in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe. You will find literature on the theory of art and art history, exhibition catalogues, cultural theory and policy, social developments, economics and finance, social banking and social entrepreneurship, management and marketing, discourses on minorities and on gender, philanthropy, demographics and migration. There is also a department for fiction writing from the region. German and English language media are to be found in the collection.
You can search the library stocks in the online catalogue at www.erstestiftung.org/library
In future, events will take place at ERSTE Foundation on subjects related to the Foundation’s work. We should be delighted to welcome you to any of these events.
More detailed information will be published at our website.
We look forward to seeing you!
Photos © Toni Rappersberger