Conversas Berlin #5

Please join us for the fifth evening of Conversas Berlin! A weekly series of informal meetings to discuss a variation of projects and interests.

Stephan Mörsch (on 'Calais Jungle')
Hossein Kheir (Stadtbienen) auf Deutsch

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Stephan Mörsch lives and works as an artist in Berlin. He studied Art History / New German Literature / Comparative Religious Studies at the University in Bonn and finished his Masters in Spacial Strategie at the Art Academy Weissensee Berlin. Mörsch grew up in the area of Calais and followed the situation from close by. He will tell us more about the history and the current situation of the ‘Calais Jungle’.

https://passeursdhospitalites.wordpress.com/
(a daily blog by Phillippe Wannesson about Calais since 9 years)

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Bienengarten Berlin is a community of experienced beekeepers in the city of Berlin. The Bienengarten exists since 2009 and shares their knowledge with schools, kitas and anybody who wants to know more or even try. For 1 kg honey one bee would have to fly 7 times around the earth. Hossein Kheir will share more fascinating facts about bees and beekeeping in Berlin during Conversas #5.

http://www.bienengarten-berlin.de/

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Conversas Berlin is a series of weekly informal meetings so that we can get to know and discuss a variation of projects and interests.

During the Conversas two/three Conversadores (those who talk at Conversas) bring something to share with the gathered group, for thirty minutes each. As the title suggests itself, Conversas (Conversations in Portuguese) aim at an equal set up from which both the Conversadores and the group, should be able to profit.

Conversas exists of a series of 10 and runs every Wednesday until November 30.

Initiated in Lisbon 2012 by Constança Saraiva and Mafalda Fernandes, Conversas is nowadays a project of many people and cities. Conversas Berlin takes places at a shared studio space, and is co-organized by Sabrina Basten and Sarie Nijboer.

Follow our website https://conversasberlin.hotglue.me/ for more information about our events.

Events are open to all and entrance is free.
There are drinks for 1-2€ (donation for the next publication).

!!! We start on time! /20h !!!

Wed, 26 Oct, 20.00h22.00h
26 Oct 2016

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