Museum für Kommunikation BerlinR4 Artist Franziska Nast decorates your skin with temporary tattoos for just one night (and a day).
Jewish Museum BerlinR4 Adi Liraz and HoriIzhaki use the stair motif to talk about their own personal journey from Berlin to Jerusalem.
Mori Ôgai GedenkstätteR5 You are warmly invited to join us at the table for your introduction to the art of the celebrated Japanese tea Ceremony! A small charge of 3 euros is made to cover macha and sweets.
Mori Ôgai GedenkstätteR5 Peter Pütz draws meditational sounds from the Japanese flute and talks about how the instrument is constructed and played.
German Historical MuseumR1 Dancing allowed! DJ Pawas (Channel Host of FluxMusic ‘Sound of Berlin’) spins the discs in the artfully illuminated foyer of the exhibition hall and makes for just the right atmosphere.
Museum der StilleGet comfortable in a deckchair and enjoy the silence as you gaze into the heavens in our museum courtyard.
Werkbund Archive – Museum of ThingsR2 Toy party with Other Nature, Kreuzberg’s alternative, queer-feminist, environmentally friendly and vegan sex shop. Whether you’re experienced or simply curious, this Tupperware party with a difference is sure to be an eye-opener!
Bode-MuseumR1 Stefan Giglberger, Solocellist des Konzerthausorchesters Berlin, spielt Cello – in der Großen Kuppel ein ganz besonderes Klangerlebnis
Museum KnoblauchhausR1 Music from the Biedermeier period with Kathrin Goschenhofer (oboe) and Ulrike Buhlmann (bassoon).
Schwules MuseumR3 A guided tour through LESBIAN VISIONS with the curators. The exhibition brings into view artistic positions by queer FLT* (females, lesbians, trans) from over 100 years and displays works by more than 30 artists across six generations. We present a “hidden museum” of queer art from a perspective beyond hegemonic masculinity: a milestone, not only for the “Gay” Museum.