Aktuelles Programm

  • Sa
    20
    Apr
    2024
    20:00Lettrétage in der Veteranenstraße 21, 10€

    Reading and Performance

    CONVERGENCE is an evening of experimental, multi-sensory performances organized by Kross Collective, which explore dialogues between sound, text, and visuals. For our second event, we are delighted to premiere a new, live A/V performance by vocalist Wilma Sävström and experimental musician Days Like Television. Von Jeglichem Wort- a sound & text project- will present an ambient sound performance of poetry and video. Mire is the dark-ambient drone and atmospheric soundscape project of Andreea Hriscu, and for this evening she will present a sound and art performance.

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  • Mo
    22
    Apr
    2024
    20:00Lettrétage in der Veteranenstraße 21, Admission free

    Magazine Launch 

    (c) Erotic Reviews

    Join us to celebrate the (re)launch of the Erotic Review. This launch marks a new chapter in the 30-year-old British magazine's storied history. Showcasing art and writing from around the world, the Review is takes a fresh look at what the erotic is, or could be, in our lives and gives space to an open, playful and compassionate discourse about desire. Find out more about Issue 1 on the website.

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  • Mi
    24
    Apr
    2024
    20:00Lettrétage in der Veteranenstraße 21, Admission free

    Book Presentation: 'Arab Berlin: Dynamics of Transformation'
    Arab Berlin – an Ibn Rushd Lecture with Nahed Samour and Mahmoud Salem

    Sonnenallee is one of the most famous streets of Berlin these days - and this no longer related to the legendary 1990s film about the German reunification, but to all the Arab businesses framing its wide sidewalks. Arab groceries stores and halal butcher shops, shisha cafés and shawarma restaurants, Arab banks and Islamic fashion stores gave it it’s second name – for a while known as ‘Little Beirut’ or ‘Gaza Strip’, it now just goes by the name of ‘Arab Street’ to account for the diversity in Arab provenance. But these are just the facades, and there is so much more to Arab Life and Culture in Berlin.

    The newly published book "Arab Berlin: Dynamics of Transformation" edited by Hanan Badr and Nahed Samour takes a closer look behind the facades and examines the multifaceted changes in Berlin and its Arab communities. From politics and society over history and migration to gender and beyond, Arabs actively participate in shaping these transformations. Badr and Samour’s comprehensive compilation comprises academic articles, essays, interviews, and photographs, providing profound insights into Berlin's intricate dynamics. Authors from diverse backgrounds contribute their perspectives, fostering a nuanced dialogue on contemporary shifts.

    Please register at the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdsthK20kqgEwFDFlPO9qIcSCOXzqA2vor2NDqmxVy4J9cIag/viewform?sender_campaign=e3GJWM&sender_ctype=email&sender_customer=9rlXNpJ

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  • Di
    30
    Apr
    2024
    18:00Lettrétage in der Veteranenstraße 21, Eintritt frei

    Eine Veranstaltung der Berliner Literaturkonferenz in Kooperation mit RBB Kultur
    Mit: Michael Biel (Berliner Wirtschaftsstaatssekretär), Johanna Hahn (Geschäftsführerin des Berliner Börsenvereins des deutschen Buchhandels), Lavinia Frey (Leiterin des Internationalen Literaturfestivals Berlin), Moritz Malsch (Literaturhaus Lettrétage) und Annette Wostrak (LesArt, Sprecherin im Namen der Berliner Literaturkonferenz)
    Moderation: Anne-Dore Krohn

    Berlin ist eine bedeutende Literaturstadt, seit hunderten von Jahren ist sie Thema gegenwartsrelevanter Werke, Magnet für zahllose Liebhaber*innen des Wortes – auf ihren Bühnen, in ihren literarischen Institutionen, in Cafés, Salons und auf ihren Straßen. Literatur begründet auch die ungebrochene Anziehung und Liebe der Menschen aus aller Welt zu unserer Stadt.
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