Evening activities

To make your stay in Berlin more enjoyable and to offer additional opportunities to connect, the organizing committee prepared these evening activities. They are kindly offered by local hosts. Please sign up below for the Futurium or re:future Lab to make sure that we stay within the capacity limits.

Futurium

Guided tour
Guides
David Weigend – Head of Education and Participation at Futurium Berlin
Description
Futurium is a House of Futures. Here, everything revolves around the question: how do we want to live? In the exhibition, visitors can discover many possible futures; in the Forum, they can take part in open discussions; and, in the Futurium Lab, they can try out their own ideas. During the tour David will take you through the different parts of the Futurium, give you some background information on the development of the house, as well as an introduction to the methods and approaches of the educational program.
Website
https://futurium.de/en
Max/Min Participants
5 to 15
Cost
none
Date
28th October, 2021 (Thursday)
Meeting point
5:45 outside Humboldt Carree
Address
30′ Walk from Humboldt Carree (or 2 subway stops from Unter den Linden):
Alexanderufer 2
10117 Berlin
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    re:future Lab

    Art space, Institute for Speculative Futures & Knowledge Transfer. A guided tour with founder and curator Madeleine Schwinge
    Guides
    Madeleine Schwinge, Founder, Director, Head of Research & Curation.
    Cecile Nebbot, co-Founder, Head of Communication, Brand partnership.
    Description
    The re:future Lab is an art space and open platform for future-themed art and transdisciplinary projects. Its mission is to put forward future advocates who address the urgent upheavals of our time and to foster new narratives for social/cultural shifts. Its activities take the form of art exhibitions, talks, lectures, panels, conferences, editions and publications, special events and art mediation. The re:future Lab institute that is affiliated to the art space offers art advisory and art related concepts, and an incubator program. It has been founded by conceptual artist, curator and facilitator Madeleine Schwinge in 2020.
    Website
    https://www.re-f-lab.com/
    Max/Min Participants
    10 to 25
    Cost
    5 to 10 Euro pp for transfer by taxi
    Date
    28th October, 2021 (Thursday)
    Meeting point
    6:00 outside Humboldt Carree
    Address
    re:future Lab
    Reinbeckstr. 32
    12459 Berlin
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