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Offener Brief: Open Letter: nGbK FINANCING AND LOCATION AT RISK
15. November 201928. February 202015 November 201928. February 2020

Ausstellung: Exhibition: Spielclub Oranienstraße 25
16. November 201919. January 202016 November 201919. January 2020

Veranstaltungsreihe: Series of events: SOFT SOIL I/III - Bestandsaufnahme
14. February 202016. February 202014 February 202016. February 2020

Ausstellung: Exhibition: instant theory. Die M-Fotoserie des Merve Verlags
22. February 202009. April 202022 February 202009. April 2020

Vermittlung: Outreach: Making Queer
01. January 2020 31. December 202001 January 2020 31 December 2020

Hellersdorf: Hellersdorf: station urbaner kulturen
01. February 2020 01. February 202201 February 2020 01 February 2022

Sunday, 19. January 2020Sunday, 19 January 2020, 14:00
Spielclub Oranienstraße 25
Führung: Guided tour: by children for children and adults - »Unser Spielclub«
Sunday, 19. January 2020Sunday, 19 January 2020, 15:00
Spielclub Oranienstraße 25
Finissage: Finissage: Das FEST [The PARTY]
Sunday, 02. February 2020Sunday, 02 February 2020, 18:00
jour fixe initiative: jour fixe initiative: Internationale Abhängigkeit und Imperialismus
Sunday, 09. February 2020Sunday, 09 February 2020, 12:00
Making Queer
Workshop: Workshop: I Can’t Believe I Have To Protest This Shit 2: Electrib Goobaloo
Friday, 14. February 2020Friday, 14 February 2020, 19:00
SOFT SOIL I/III - Bestandsaufnahme
Vortrag: Lecture: »Racism on the housing market and the question of ›Stadt für alle‹« by Emsal Kılıç
Saturday, 15. February 2020Saturday, 15 February 2020, 14:00
SOFT SOIL I/III - Bestandsaufnahme
Workshop: Workshop: (3 run concurrently) as ›Bestandsaufnahme‹
Saturday, 15. February 2020Saturday, 15 February 2020, 19:00
SOFT SOIL I/III - Bestandsaufnahme
Filmprogramm: Film program: »Menschen im Experiment« with Florian Wüst
Sunday, 16. February 2020Sunday, 16 February 2020, 16:00
SOFT SOIL I/III - Bestandsaufnahme
Offener Austausch: Open discussion: »Selbstorganisierte Räume in der neoliberalen Stadt«