Schloss Broellin is an international art research location run by artists for artists and guests from all over the world.
The estate is an 800 year old heritage-protected site, situated in the German-Polish border area 40 km west of Szczecin, 6 km south of Pasewalk, and 130 km north of Berlin. Schloss Broellin offers a variety of in- and outdoor rehearsal spaces for dance, theatre and music, as well as several conference and seminar rooms. For accommodation there are a number of options available. Covering an area of 53.000 m2, there is plenty of space to experiment, train and relax.
The Schloss Broellin Association (schloss bröllin e.V.) was founded in 1992 by a group of independent theatre makers, actors, dancers, musicians, stage designers, visual artists and other committed individuals. Working actively in international networks, the association’s aim is to substantially promote the development of the arts. The association is actively engaged in regional networks, cultural youth work, participation in the national and international cultural scene, as well as the preservation of the historic buildings on site.
Over 500 dance-, theater- and performance projects have been developed here by artists from around the world, and later performed regionally, nationally and internationally.
Board: Katharina Husemann, Bartel Meyer, Robert Kreibig, Peter Legemann, Carsten Krause, Annett Freier and Nicole Sklorz. Statutes in German: Satzung (PDF)
The international art research location is supported by the Ministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Kultur des Landes Mecklenburg-Vorpommern und dem Landkreis Vorpommern-Greifswald.