New Developments in the Performing Arts in Germany: What Is Actually in the Governing Coalition Agreement? (Janina Benduski (Vorstandsvorsitzende, Bundesverband freie darstellende Künste), Lena Krause (Sprecherin der Allianz der freien Künste), Martina Grohmann (Festivals der freien Darstellenden Künste e.V), Julian Kamphausen (Künstlerischer Leiter des Hauptsache Frei Festival))
With the Culture in the Regions program, the new German federal governing coalition is planning to fund contemporary art and culture. In particular, independent culture should benefit from the strengthening of festivals and interregional alliances. Such a recognition of the independent arts communities on the federal level has never happened before, which is why we will discussion what should happen now full of anticipation.
Moderated by Julian Kamphausen, representatives from the German Federal Association of the Independent Performing Arts, the Allianz der freien Künste (Allicance of the Independent Arts) and the interregional alliance of independent performing arts festivals will discuss plans, visions and questions about the networking of the independent performing arts all throughout Germany.
Lena Krause (Speaker, Allianz der freien Künste (Allicance of the Independent Arts))
Janina Benduski (Chairwoman, Bundesverband freie darstellende Künste)
Martina Grohmann (Festival der freien Darstellenden Künste e. V., Artistic Director, 6 Tage Frei))
Moderation: Julian Kamphausen (Künstlerischer Leiter, Hauptsache Frei)
Afterward, all participants are warmly invited to continue the discussion over the course of table conversations.
Free admission. Registration is required due to the low possible number of participants. fachpublikum(at)performingarts-festival.de
aquarium: Festivalzentrum, Skalitzer Straße 6, Kreuzberg, 10999 Berlin
For all participants and guests of the Berlin Performing Arts Festival.
A symposium as part of the ancillary program conceived and developed by the Performing Arts Festival team.
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!