Art, Upcycling Projects, Illustration, Design and Fashion - made by Wedding's best producers!
On Sunday 26 May from 11am to 7pm the Weddingmarkt returns to SUPERMARKT for its 4th edition. Here you will find art, illustration, design, jewellery, and so much more, with other 120 artists and 60 labels presenting and selling their designer wares.
Northern Brunnenstrasse, especially the part between Bernauer Strasse and Gesundbrunnen, currently faces enormous transitions: new tenants from all over the world move in and traditional businesses & retail shops shut down in favour of start-up studios and creative centers. After being hidden in the shadow zone of the former Berlin Wall, the Brunnenstraße turns from a "problem borough" into a center of attraction for startups, IT-hubs and other creative endeavours.
The World’s biggest TechStartupJobs Fair is going to Berlin! TechStartupJobs runs a successful job board for startups within Techmeetups 20 global tech communities crossing 9000+ active members. TechStartupJobs Fair has been setup to help Startups find the talent they are looking for and for talent to find their way into the hottest Startups around.
What kind of urban design strategies are appropriate to enhance existing forms of participation and create new ones? Which are the important zones of contact and conflict?
From 17-28 June 2013, Urban Conflict will constitute the main subject and focus for the gratuate and postgratuate students of the Department of Geography, Georg-Simmel Centre for Metropolitan Studies, within Humbolts Summer School.
Since the first radio-app for the iPhone and the rising of Facebook as social-media and communication-plattform there has been a large transformation in digital challenges for the radio industry. It only took a few years to get here – what would the future bring?
Printmaking stands as one of the oldest forms of visual reproduction in the world. Varied in material, technique, and cultural practice, printmaking plants the roots of visual and written exchange. As a old medium of great versatility, printmaking allowed the individual to take creative reproduction into their own hands and show it to the world. It gave way to handwork that was not necessarily fine art or crafty, but rather present and relevant to the here and now.
An artistic investigation on game interfaces and their reflection on today's social reality and community behaviours
From April 13-30, Berlin-based artist Marion Andrieu will take over SUPERMARKT for an artistic investigation based on a series of chess interfaces, as well as their social and strategic implications. Our co-workers, event participants and café guests are invited to explore the game as a starting point for artistic, social and political expression.
After the successful launch of SUPERMARKT's breakfast and presentation series in March, we would now like to invite you to join us for the 2nd edition of Freitagsfrühstück, on Friday 12 April from 9am-12pm.
These monthly social gatherings include a short presentation from inspiring members of our creative community, and a tasty breakfast buffet, all while the sun (hopefully) shines through the SUPERMARKT windows. Calling our community, neighbours, and friends to join us for the second edition of this insightful and creative Friday morning series.
Featuring presentations from Tatiana Bazzichelli, Valie Djordjevic, Andrea Goetzke, Kathy Rae Huffman, Claudia Kefer, Julia Kloiber, Lisa Lang, Tina Mariane Krogh Madsen, Diana McCarty & Michelle Thorne. Moderated by Ela Kagel & Michelle O'Brien.
Openness, transparency, collaboration, and new business models. These have been the philosophies of newthinking since 2003.
To celebrate 10 years of newthinking, we welcome you to SUPERMARKT for an experiment: to produce a newthinking Magazine. In three days. In open collaboration. To be published during re:publica.
Digital culture, net politics, DIY, collaboration, and open everything. These are the themes of the magazine. But not a single line is written and no content is set. All of this and more will take place during the newthinking Magazine Sprint.
Over the last two years, Valentina Karga has been researching the topics of autonomy, open source knowledge, alternative economies, DIY culture and its potential to generate communities, and how all these are visible in the spectrum of self-sufficiency. Through her research she aims to build a totally autonomous urban habitat using only free knowledge exchange and collaboration.
School of Data is particularly interested in "wrangling for good" and data-driven policy making. That means, that civil society organisations, journalists and proactive citizens can make a real difference on political, social, environmental and other key issues by collecting, working with and communicating data effectively and convincingly.
This month School of Data will be organising a pilot workshop "Wrangling for Watchdogs" in Berlin. Some potential focuses for the workshop (which we will tailor to the particular aims of the participants) include: