<April, 2017>

  • 6Hangar 1 Charity Art Auction
    Supporting war-zone migrant women & kids in Berlin
    7pm - 9.30pm

    Event Details

    Hangar 1’s first Charity Art Auction and Exhibition in support of war-zone migrant women and kids in Berlin will take place on April 6th, 2017 from 7pm to 10pm, at SomoS Art House, Kottbusser Damm 95, Berlin.

    All proceeds from the event will be donated to Hangar 1, a non-profit organization that runs weekly art workshops with refugee kids in Tempelhof Airport and also helms “Future Coders,” a course designed for teenagers who wish to learn the basics of web development. In addition, Hangar 1 has teamed up with “Give Something Back To Berlin” and “Among-us,” two non-profit organizations that also support war-zone migrants in the German capital.

    Give Something Back to Berlin
    Support war-zone migrant women and kids in Berlin

    For this first event, Hangar 1 has decided to feature a series of artworks that the children and woman who attend their workshops at the Tempelhof Refugee Center have produced exclusively for the event.

    Some of the confirmed artists are:

    Robert Cervera, Annique Delphine, Freya Gabie, Holly Hendry, Christian Hundertmark, Patrick Hartl, Sebastian Kite, Arthur Laidlaw, Crail Moansburg, Mark Powell, Carlos Silva, Julia Vogl

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    Artists willing to donate an art work, please view Hangar 1’s Call for Artists.

    Hangar 1 Art Charity at SomoS
    Hangar 1 Art Charity at SomoS

    Sponsors of the auction/exhbition include Abyme Vodka, Solidrinks, and Michelberger’s Fountain of Youth. Hangar 1 is supported by Rubber Communications BLN LDN and Krill Music, among other Berlin-based organizations.

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      Time

      6 (Thursday) 7pm - 9.30pm

      Location

      Kottbusser Damm 95 - Berlin DE

    1. 27ESCP Europe – Improbable
      Workshop & Presentation

      Event Details

      April 27th, 6pm, acclaimed business school ESCP Europe Berlin invites to a reception presenting the results of their two-day intense art thinking bootcamp titled “Improbable” at SomoS.

      The workshop invited their students to apply art’s agility, playfulness and inventiveness to entrepreneurial thinking.

      Thinking out of the box, changing paradigms and transforming reality: this is what makes you a successful entrepreneur. But how can a business school teach these skills? As an innovative and creative business school, ESCP Europe did this in a two-day intense art thinking workshop in which participants of its Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership (EMDIEL) studies learned and experienced entrepreneurship through art; creating artworks on different topics, playfully making improbable connections likely.

      Entry free.

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        Time

        27 (Thursday)

        Location

        Kottbusser Damm 95 - Berlin DE