Dietlinde Behncke is an experienced journalist and a passionate presenter, who formerly worked e.g. as a cultural journalist at the ZDF headquarters Berlin. She is able to capture an auditorium and explain complicated contents, topics or theories. The language of the presentations is either German or English.

Projects

Presentation Behncke Communications

9/11 dialogues ⎮ 11.09.2021 ⎮ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ⎮ INTERNATIONAL LIVE INTERVIEW EVENT IN THE KOENIGmuseum Landshut

PRESENTATION
CONCEPTION WITH DR. ALEXANDRA VON ARNIM (HEAD OF KOENIGmuseum Landshut)

RECORDING: 

RICHARD-STRAUSS-FESTIVAL 2020 FOR BR KULTURBÜHNE, TV-SHOW, Munich

HUMANITAS.MENSCH - is Corona destroying culture?
Guests: Alexander Liebreich | Conductor and Artistic Director Richard Strauss Festival, Nomi Baumgartl | Photographer / Eagle Wings Foundation, Maximilian Hornung | Cellist and Sarah Romberger | Mezzo-soprano
Conception & moderation: Dietlinde Behncke | Cultural manager and Head of Communications of the Richard Strauss Festival under the umbrella of GaPa Kultur gGmbH i.Gr.

JULY 2020 - AVAILABLE HERE

RICHARD-STRAUSS-FESTIVAL 2020, PROGRAM PRESENTATION

Program presentation of the Richard Strauss Festival Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Hotel München Palace in Munich on February 13, 2020 in front of members of the Strauss family, the 1st Mayor of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the Ministerialrat of the Bavarian State Ministry for Science and Art, Dr. Osterkamp and friends and sponsors of the festival.

Conception and moderation: Dietlinde Behncke, Photo ©Sammy Hart

PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE, FUTURE CONFERENCE 2018, München

PINAKOTHEK THE MODERN FUTURE CONFERENCE DAILY MODERATION TOGETTHERE_XPERIENCE 2018, CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL ISSUES OF OUR TIME
EXPERIENCE MUSEUM DIFFERENTLY // # openoffenlaufen
Conception and moderation: Dietlinde Behncke

At the “Think Tank Marathon” from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm Dietlinde Behncke brought together 28 speakers from 10 to 70 years of age in short statements on the major issues of our time, such as “Society”, “Culture” and “Environment / Resource "Or" Conflict "on the grand staircase of the museum. In the spirit of a TED conference, international climate researchers such as Dr. Friederike Otto (Environmental Change Institute Oxford University), artists and authors, e.g. the renowned Julia Leeb (crisis journalist VR) or young players from FC Bayern on the subject of “How does football help me build a community?” also discussed “ideas worth spreading” with visitors. Finally, the German-Turkish rapper, EBOW (bourgeois Ebru Düzgün) performed the title “I am a daughter of new beginnings” in front of a visibly moved audience.

PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE, FUTURE CONFERENCE 2017, München

Talk with Prof. Gordon Cheng see here

PINAKOTHEK THE MODERN FUTURE CONFERENCE DAILY MODERATION TOGETTHERE_XPERIENCE 2017, CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL ISSUES OF OUR TIME
EXPERIENCE MUSEUM DIFFERENTLY // # openoffenlaufen
Conception and moderation: Dietlinde Behncke


At the “Think Tank Marathon” from 10:30 am to 5:30 pm Dietlinde Behncke brought together 28 speakers from 10 to 70 years of age in short statements on the five big social issues of our time, such as “Society”, “Inequality” and “Culture ”,“ Environment / Resource ”and“ Conflict ”on the grand staircase of the museum. In the spirit of a TED conference, international social start-ups such as Alex Sloan (UN World Food Program - Innovation Accelerator), artists and authors, such as Yamen Hussein (PEN. Scholarship holder) or by Dr. Alexandra Liedl (Refugio) also discussed “ideas worth spreading” in conversation with visitors on the subject of “trauma and migration”. Prof. Gordon Cheng (TUM, Chair for Cognitive Systems / Artificial Intelligence) named the unique situation: "" .. What ultimately distinguishes humans from robots is their humanity, even their creativity. That is why we are sitting here in one of the most important museums in the world and under “The Journey to Jerusalem” by Olaf Metzel. " Finally, Maike Harms, Bavarian poetry slam champion, performed the PUBLIC STATEMENT entitled “MUT” ​​in front of a visibly moved audience.