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The HTBLVA Graz-Ortweinschule (HTBLVA stands for “Higher Technical Federal Teaching and Research Institute”) is a higher technical teaching institute in the Geidorf district of the city of Graz in Styria .
Archduke Johann founded a trade association , which in 1837 set up a drawing class for joiners , locksmiths , masons and carpenters at the Joanneum . A “winter school” for builders and foremen began in 1866 as part of the trade association . In 1872 the trade association founded the Styrian Art Industry Association in the shooting range building on Pfeifengasse, which later became Ortweinplatz. The shooting range building was extensively rebuilt, and in 1876 the school with director August Ortwein was elevated to a state trade school , and an annual technical school for civil engineering was established in addition to the winter school . With the spin-off of the fields of mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, the higher technical federal teaching and research institute Graz-Gösting was established in 1919 and the state trade school was renamed the federal teaching institute for the building trade and arts and crafts . From 1926 to 1932 a new school building was built on Ortweinplatz according to the plans of the architect Adolf Ritter von Inffeld . Since 1987 the school has been located in new buildings on Körösistraße in the north of Graz, next to the BRG Körösi, which is on the corner of Ortweingasse.
- Higher department of civil engineering
- Building construction
- Civil engineering
- Timber construction
- Construction industry
- Higher Department of Art and Design
- Graphic and communication design
- Film and multimedia art
- Photography and MultimediaArt
- Interior architecture, room and object design
- Product design presentation
- Sculpture object design restoration
- Ceramic Art Craft
- Jewelry metal design
- 1876–1879 August Ortwein
- 1879–1902 Carl Lauzil
- 1902–1911 August Gunolt
- 1919–1934 Adolf von Inffeld
- 1934–1935 Ferdinand Pamberger
- 1935–1938 Eduard Populorum
- 1940–1945 Rudolf Hofer
- 1945–1949 Eduard Populorum
- 1956–1974 Otto Pilecky
- 1974–1991 Horst Altenburger
- 1991–1993 Peter Trummer
- 1993–2012 Reinhold Neumann
- 2012 Friederike El-Heliebi
- since 2012 Manfred Kniepeiss
- Reinhold Neumann, Ewald Reiter: The way to top quality: organizational development using the example of Ortweinschule, Graz . Leykam , Graz 1996, ISBN 3-7011-7344-3 .
- Eugen Gross (Hrsg.): The Grazer Ortweinschule: Building - Art - Design; 1876-2001 . Manumedia Schnider Verlag, Graz 2001, ISBN 3-902020-12-1 .
- Official website
- Steiermark 1 TV GmbH & Co KG: Open day at the Ortweinschule on YouTube , November 29, 2011.
- Numbers and facts - HTL Ortweinschule Graz. In: ortweinschule.at. February 2019, accessed February 19, 2020 .
- Sameer Mawid: Chronicle. Ortweinschule. (No longer available online.) In: ortweinschule.at. April 5, 2011, archived from the original on January 28, 2015 .
- Water attractions. (PDF; 3.7 MB) 15th Ortwein School. In: wasserwirtschaft.steiermark.at. March 8, 2011, p. 2 .
- Locations: vocational schools. Higher Technical Federal Teaching and Research Institute Graz - Ortweinschule. In: berufsbildendeschulen.at. Retrieved February 19, 2020 .