What to do with a toaster that doesn’t work anymore? Or with a bike that causes problems? Or a jumper that was feasted upon by moths? Throw it away? Or maybe the “Repair Café” at Paul-Gerhart-Stift in Wedding can help? Weiterlesen
Kajetan Skurski has an ambitious idea for his Kiez: Wedding is to receive a special form of a theatre project where the inhabitants are not just the audience or the background but the actors… Weiterlesen
‘Supermarkt’ at Brunnenstraße 64 is a place of many opportunities. Behind the window front, a young, creative and somehow new world can be found. At the moment, ‘Supermarkt’ is a library for everyday items: bike trolleys, hand carts, electric drills, kids’ car seats, hiking backpacks, a rope, and many more things. Since April, Andreas Arnold and his LifeThek have found a place at the ‘Creative-Resources-Center’ at Brunnenstraße. The LifeThek will stay there until the end of June and will be part of the ‘Share Fair’ on the 8th of June, also at ‘Supermarkt’.