About this Event
is a programme of events, which provokes and promotes practices and approaches to how we live in and govern cities. The programme brings together people who are actively producing alternatives to our existing city infrastructures, norms, and perceptions.
This year marks our 10th anniversary. Reaching out to our neighbours, connecting with local businesses, cultural venues and city organisations, we are exploring what an expanded idea of neighbourliness, means in our contemporary cities. Focusing on the three blocks of WeichselStr in Friedrichshain our two-day event includes a photography exhibition, live performances, workshops, concerts, music, discussions and meet ups.
As part of this programme we invited to run a children's sound workshop on -
SATURDAY 30TH SEPT, 11-13.00 at Stduio 34a WeichselStr
Selbstgebaute Musik have developed numerous DIY musical kits for schools and children’s workshops. Built with fun, care and accessibility in mind, the kits consist of repurposed everyday and recycled materials. During the workshop, children will learn the basics of sound production, while making their own instrument.
Suggested donation €5-10 for kits. Suitable for children from 5+yrs. Kits will be available on the day. Maximum capacity of 20 children. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
Selbstgebaute Musik takes the position that you can make music out of anything you can see. Emerging from the former art and cultural space Antje Öklesund in Friedrichshain and now runs as a space for exploring instrument invention, festival, and artist’s network. Core members are Hajo Toppis, Lea Grönholdt, Sasha Schneider and Klaus Gruber, Manuel Strube and Matthias Kremsreiter.
Image source: Selbstgebaute Musik
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
34A, Weichsel Str, 10247, Berlin, Germany