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TACOS, NATURAL WINE AND ART IN THE HEART OF MARZAHN — ARMA STREET FESTIVAL

TACOS, NATURAL WINE AND ART IN THE HEART OF MARZAHN — ARMA STREET FESTIVAL

A one-day street festival of art, food, drinks and music, Arma(“Art Marzahn”) is a collaboration between curator Rory Kirk-Duncan, Berlin-based beverage brands Avaa and Volée, and creative agency No Service 24/7. The festival takes place in the Georg Knorr area in Marzahn where a mixed-use neighborhood of residential and commercial space by Chipperfield Architects is set to open in 2027. Coinciding with Art Week, the program begins on Saturday (17.09.2022) from 14h with sculptural and multimedia works by the artist Malte Bartsch. Both Kirk-Duncan and curator Annalena Amthor will be giving guided tours throughout the day, and you won’t go hungry either: food comes courtesy of tacos by Victoria Tacos, sourdough pizza by Jaja and grilled cheese and desserts by Pars. For drinks, ViniCulture and Nature’s Calling will be serving natural wine and Avaa Verjus & Volée aperitifs (non-alcoholic versions also available).

Marzahn kombucha label Bouche, who have their brewery at the location, will also open their doors to visitors to celebrate three years in the district. If you’re curious to see what a commercial sized “scoby” culture looks like, this is your chance! Arma is just five minutes walk from S-Bahn Marzahn, which is just 25 minutes from Alexanderplatz – not as daunting a journey as you might think!

Text: Kate Foran / Photos: Nature’s Calling & Bui Luu Quynh Nguyen / Credit: Arma & Malte Barsch

Arma, Georg-Knorr-Str.4, 12681 Berlin–Marzahn; map
17.09.2022 from 14h

@artmarzahn

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JEWELRY, CERAMICS AND DESIGNER FASHION — NELLA BELJAN GALLERY (RE)LAUNCHES WITH AUTUMN EDITION

JEWELRY, CERAMICS AND DESIGNER FASHION — NELLA BELJAN GALLERY (RE)LAUNCHES WITH AUTUMN EDITION

Fashion Week may be behind us, but style, interiors and art are still very much on our radar. You can check out all three at the Autumn Edition hosted at and by Nella Beljan Gallery (fka Zora Auguste) this weekend and next. Beljan is a cultural journalist, digital strategist and friend of the Cee Cee cosmos who curates and collaborates with various artists, brands and designers to create her stylish collections. This time you’ll find jewelry made from recycled silver by Azulmalin Jewellery, organic ceramic sculptures by Elena S. V. Palomo, ready-to-wear garments by Saint from Australia, silk lingerie by Zodiaque Studios and much more. The showroom and gallery is billed as a place for inspiration, coming together and conscious consumption. With its airy concrete ceilings and large glass frontage, the Leipziger Straße premises offers the ideal setting for stylish weekend browsing.

Text: Sophie Doering / Photos: A.Roegehove, Azulmalin & Nella Beljan

Nella Beljan Autumn Edition, Leipziger Str.60/61, 10117 Berlin–Mitte, map
17–18.09.2022 & 24–25.09.2022

@nellabeljan_gallery

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FAVOURITES FILM FESTIVAL — JOIN THE JURY WITH FIVE DAYS OF COMPETITION SCREENINGS AT CITY KINO WEDDING

FAVOURITES FILM FESTIVAL — JOIN THE JURY WITH FIVE DAYS OF COMPETITION SCREENINGS AT CITY KINO WEDDING

Film festivals conjure images of closed-door screenings, invite-only parties and elite juries. Favourites Film Festival (21–25.09.2022) has none of that exclusive glitz; it’s an event everyone can attend by buying a €7.50 film ticket (or a festival pass for €35). Screened at the stylish 1960s City Kino Wedding, the program’s feature-length films and documentaries have been picked with public appeal in mind. Things kick off with French film Softie, a coming-of-age drama about a ten-year-old whose life is changed when a new teacher sees his potential. The screening will be followed by a talk with director Samuel Theis. Other highlights include Flee, a Danish film that’s a rare example of an animated documentary, and Olga, which tells the story of a 15-year-old Ukrainian gymnast exiled in Switzerland. At each screening, audience members submit their ratings, with the winning title shown again at a special event on Sunday. A film award bestowed by regular cinema-goers? Now that’s movie democracy.

Text: Benji Haughton / Stills: Olga, Plaza Catedral & Softie / Credit: Avenue B

Favourites Film Festival (21–25.09.2022) is held at City Kino Wedding, Müllerstr.74, 13349 Berlin–Wedding; map

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EXAMINING CRISIS AS A MEANS OF CHANGE, SOLIDARITY, PROPAGANDA, FAKE NEWS AND GLOBAL WARMING — Q BERLIN

EXAMINING CRISIS AS A MEANS OF CHANGE, SOLIDARITY, PROPAGANDA, FAKE NEWS AND GLOBAL WARMING — Q BERLIN

There are many pressing questions facing us both now and in the future. What consequences will the war in Ukraine have for global politics? How will we deal with pandemics in the future? And what role do metropolises like Berlin play in dealing with such global crises? Under the title “The New Unknown – Navigating Zeitenwende,” the fifth edition of Q Berlin 2022 kicks off in one week. After nearly a decade, the capital’s hybrid conference will return to the iconic ICC Berlin, focusing on the historical tipping point in which we are currently living. You can expect two exciting days full of discussions, lectures and panels on explosive topics and sensitive topics with local and global relevance. Opening with the two mayors of Paris and Berlin, Anne Hidalgo and Franziska Giffey, the stage belongs to international speakers, including Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Zikhanouskaya on stolen elections and democracy, journalist and moderator Marietta Slomka on fake news and propaganda, and architect Rem Koolhaas on his growing concerns of European self-isolation and the role of data hubs within urban infrastructure. Participate in shaping our future and follow the heated debates live in Berlin or online.

Text: Alison Musch / Photos: Andreas Gehrke & Kevin McElvaney

Q Berlin 2022 im ICC Berlin, Haupteingang, Neue Kantstraße, 14057 Berlin-Westend; map
15 & 16.09.2022. Tickets can be found online .

Exclusive free tickets are available for Cee Cee readers. Simply send an email to hello@q.berlin (subject line: Cee Cee).

@qberlinqsts

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“BUT FIRST, LOCAL” AT BERLIN FASHION WEEK — RETHINKING LOCALITY AND END OF SUMMER PARTY WITH LABELS & DAMUR

“BUT FIRST, LOCAL” AT BERLIN FASHION WEEK — RETHINKING LOCALITY AND END OF SUMMER PARTY WITH LABELS & DAMUR

Labels have been empowering local brands in reaching locals directly for a while now. For this Fashion Week, they are collaborating with #Damur, one of the sustainable icons of Berlin’s fashion landscape. The designer’s timeless ready-to-wear pieces will survive in your closet while you wear them out over, and over, again. Under the common perspective: “think global, act local” the two Berlin-based brands are hosting a warm-up roundtable that calls to think about the future of Berlin as a circular city and how to create a scenario where fashion and urban design help each other accelerate the transition. Isabelle Küchle, Sustainability Consultant at Planetly, Alessandra-Isabel Hager, Co-Founder of A-Gain Guide and Co-Founder of LoopLook Marte Hentschel, CEO at Sqetch (Simply Sourcing Apparel), Shih-Shun Huang, Founder at #Damur, Romy Lagodka, Co-Founder at Labels and Dr. Jesko Perrey, Global Growth Senior Leader and Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company are among the special guests. The event is this Saturday (10.09.2022) at Wellenwerk, and the evening will close with an End-of-Summer Party after the presentation of #Damur’S Spring-Summer 2023 Ready-to-wear collection “Impact Zone”.

Text: Julieta Colantonio / Photos: #DAMUR, FACES Magazine by Patrick Walter & Romy Lagodka

Wellenwerk, Landsberger Allee 270, 10367 Berlin–Lichtenberg; map
Labels x #Damur 10.09.2022 at 16h. RSVP here.

Sounds exciting? Labels has 2 spots on the guest list for the afterparty to giveaway among those who comment on Labels last Instagram reel tagging the person that you’d like to invite.

@labelsapp
@damurfashion

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