A milestone to be celebrated: at its new home at Fasanenstraße 24, Stiftung Exilmuseum will now for the first time have space to host events, presentations, and workshops. We invite you to discover the still unrenovated building with music, tours, readings, a light installation, tape art, a video room, and so much more and to enter into conversation with our team.
Saturday, 15 October 2022
2 pm: doors open
3 pm and 4 pm: "Speed Dating: Exile Literature”: short readings (in German) with actresses Katja Riemann and Kenda Hmeidan
5 pm: A conversation with Katja Riemann on her documentary And Here We Are! about a film school at the Moria Refugee Camp.
6 pm: Anna Margolina Band, jazz trio
Location: Werkstatt Exilmuseum
Fasanenstraße 24, 10719 Berlin
Werkstatt Exilmuseum will be opening in the spring of 2023. Door to door with the foundation’s offices, Werkstatt Exilmuseum is intended as a laboratory for the participatory development of the permanent exhibition and will provide space for small-scale exhibition projects, workshops, and events. You can learn about how museum content is being developed and learn more about the current state of planning of the new building at Anhalter Bahnhof: what’s it all about? What is being worked on? How will it ultimately look? And how can you get involved?
Anna Margolina: ©Tobias Nikolajew
Kenda Hmeidan: ©Puria Safary c/o avenger-photographers.com
Katja Riemann: ©Martin Kraft, CC BY-SA 4.0