Airtime for Independent Performing Arts Community Productions in the Media (Wibke Behrens (Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft, Regionalgruppe Berlin+Brandenburg), Performing Arts Festival Team & Guests)
Berlin’s independent performing arts community is esteemed worldwide for its professionalism, quality and diversity. In the (public) media, however, this significance finds no resonance.
This discussion is intended to point out of the lack of representation of Berlin’s independent performing arts community in the public media and the need for more airtime and new formats to report about Berlin’s independent performing arts community. This is the kick-off for a series of different event formats on this topic over the next two years.
Moderation: Wibke Behrens (Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft, regional group Berlin+Brandenburg)
aquarium: Festivalzentrum, Skalitzer Straße 6, Kreuzberg, 10999 Berlin
Für alle Teilnehmer*innen und Gäste des Performing Arts Festival Berlin. Teil des Rahmenprogramms von und mit dem Team des Performing Arts Festival. Eine Kooperation der AG Sendezeit der Koalition der Freie Szene mit der Kulturpolitischen Gesellschaft/ Regionalgruppe Berlin+Brandenburg und dem Performing Arts Festival Berlin.
A cooperation between the Airtime work group of the Coalition of the Independent Arts with Kulturpolitische Gesellschaft / regional group Berlin+Brandenburg and the Performing Arts Festival.
The Performing Arts Festival team consists of young and experienced artists, festival designers, organizers, editors, publicists and more… – many members of the team are also active as members of Berlin’s independent performing arts community. Together, we shape this festival from work created within Berlin’s independent performing arts community and offer the festival for Berlin’s independent performing arts community.
You can meet us personally during the festival – we look forward to it!
aquarium, as the name suggests, is located in a former aquarium store. The space was initiated, amongst others, by Südblock. It sees itself as a space for encounters, exchange, networking and collaborative work: lively, heterogeneous, inclusive. A variety of art and culture projects are also frequent guests here, PAF was already here last year!