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Dear friends and colleagues!
Rathenower Str. 23 was sold for the second time a month and a half ago. Passed from one speculator to the next. The inhabitants of the house, including artists in their studios, do not give up!
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the studio representative for Berlin cordially invites you to a presentation:
When: Thursday, June 27, 2019, 2pm
Where: Workshop in the House of Statistics, Karl-Marx-Allee 1, Berlin, 10178
While the “Kulturraumbüro” is being consulted on the upper floor, artists gather in solidarity in the courtyard of the Senate Chancellery for Culture and Europe.
Berlin: Stand by us – save our workspaces! AKKU has been on the road with our banner last week and visited some of our colleagues in the threatened artist studio houses. We are making it visible. Let us hold together as artists.
We at AKKU are a growing group that meets every first Monday of the month for the jour fixe.
Due to limited space capacity, the appointment on 29.04. directly in the House of Representatives: the Culture Committee will meet there on this day – a good opportunity for us to show presence!
We at AKKU welcome and support the exhibition of the artists of the Atelieretage Karl-Hofer-Gesellschaft, Wilhelminenhofstraße 83 – 85 and for the Gallery Weekend!
The lack of affordable studios vs. expensive vacancies, concepts for the promotion of concepts of integrative urban development, arbitrary application blocks and participation of the artists – here are still some questions open
… maybe you think your studio (workroom, studio, rehearsal space …) is safe, but you might be wrong.
Which framework conditions are necessary to ensure a meaningful infrastructure for artistic production? What support do artists’ initiatives need to secure studio locations as well as create new ones?