600 Years Council of Constanze

Three popes, who simultaneously claimed the right to the Papacy, religious unrest and political conflicts in Europe led to the Council of Constance between 1414 and 1418. The purpose of this Council was to resolve the conflict between competing self-appointed popes, to discuss heresy and to address church reform. The Council took place against a … Read more » “600 Years Council of Constanze”

Hundred Years Dada

Founded on 5 February 1916 by Hugo Ball, Emmy Hennings, Marcel Janco, Tristan Tzara, and Jean Arp at the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Dada would become one of the central movements in 20th-century art. The spirit of Dada developed in the interplay between the two contrasting birthplaces in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Zurich. A major … Read more » “Hundred Years Dada”