Werkstatt für die Selbstverwaltung von Berliner Haus- und Kulturprojekten

With Bucht für alle, Drugstore, Lause bleibt!, Liebig34, Moviemento Kino, Potse

Moderation: Margarita Tsomou


German / approx. 120 min.

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Following the “Workshop on Expropriation and Public Housing Ownership” that took place as part of the festival “Berlin bleibt!,” and to accompany the re-run of the musical “Stadt unter Einfluss” by Christiane Rösinger / HAU, the second edition of this format has a focus on housing and cultural projects in Berlin that are currently under threat. Important initiatives from the campaign #KeinHausweniger and beyond speak about the significance of solidarity self-management sites for affordable housing and work spaces, reasonably priced culture, protection from discrimination and neighbourhood structures. What could be future models for sustaining these sites and facilitating a self-determined life in a city? Taking part are: the initiative Bucht für Alle, the (youth)centres Potse and Drugstore, Liebig34, an anarcho-queer-feminist housing project, Lause bleibt!, a living and working space for cultural and political projects, and Movie­mento, Germany’s oldest cinema.  

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    Tue 21.4.2020, 19:00 / HAU2

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