Exhibition opening "Who does the work in this country: Saints in everyday life" During Advent 2021, the series of pictures "Who does the work in this country: Saints in everyday life" by illustrator Daniel Lienhard from Bregenz will be shown at the HSG. The exhibition will open on 30 November 2021. The opening and exhibition are open to the public, a Covid certificate is required. 10 November 2021. Laurentiu, the truck driver. Kathy, the supermarket cashier. Pedro the express parcel delivery man. Katarzyna, the nurse. Their professions are so different, their working conditions so similar: high workload, low pay, hardly any recognition. Yet they keep our world running. They are called "system-relevant". The illustrator Daniel Lienhard from Bregenz (AT) has portrayed twelve of these people who secure our prosperity and do not have much of it themselves. Series of pictures during Advent 2021 in the HSG main building After exhibitions in Vienna and Salzburg, the series of pictures will be shown during Advent 2021 in the HSG main building (near the cafeteria) (opening hours weekdays: 7 am - 10 pm, Fri until 9 pm, Sat until 4 pm). Access is open to the public, a Covid certificate is required. Exhibition opening The exhibition opening will take place on 30 November 2021 at 7.15 pm in room 01-U123 in the main building of the HSG. As guest of honour we welcome Father Martin Werlen, Provost of St. Gerold, Vorarlberg and former Abbot of Einsiedeln Monastery. Programme: Welcome (Prof. Dr. Sven Reinecke) Idea, meaning, realisation of the picture series (Daniel Lienhard) Saints in everyday life (remarks by Father Martin Werlen) A small apéro will be offered after the tour. The exhibition is an initiative of the Parish Council of the Catholic Parish of Peter and Paul Rotmonten. Thanks go to the Art Commission of the HSG.