Februar 2017



Samstag 18.02.2017 20:00 | Club

Eintritt: Film: nicht öffentlich | Party: gegen Spende

Veranstalter/-in: Werkstatt der Kulturen/ CuTie.B.POC Coalition

Kooperation Flyer


Black History Month

Film: nicht öffentlich

"Afro-punk" von James Spooner
Documentary, 66 Min., English


"Afro-punk": A 66-minute documentary, explores race identity within the punk scene. More than your everyday, Behind the Music or typical "Black History Month" documentary, this film tackles the hard questions, such as issues of loneliness, exile, inter-racial dating and black power. We follow the lives of four people who have dedicated themselves to the punk rock lifestyle. They find themselves in conflicting situations, living the dual life of a person of color in a mostly white community.

James Spooner
is an American tattoo artist from New York, living in Los Angeles. He is best known for his seminal documentary film Afro-Punk (2003), exploring the African American experience in the punk music scene. After its release, he founded the annual Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn, New York, working with it from 2005 through 2008, and subsequently parting due to philosophical differences with its direction.Spooner later wrote and directed White Lies Black Sheep (2007), a fictional feature set within the punk world that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. He also wrote the forward for the book anthology "White Riot" which examines where race, identity and punk music intersect.


Party ab 22:00 (öffentlich)
The Party is :A Black -Queer- Trans* Centered Space (The Djs and Performers will all be Black)
People Of Colour and friends are also welcome to join the party

++++++ DJS T.B.C++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


***Dress to impress Not to Oppress!!
Means for us many things but one of those is no cultural appropriation.

About CuTie.B.POC Coalition:

We are a collective of Queer/Trans Black and
People of Colour based in Berlin. Our aim is to create spaces of empowerment and resistance, a platform for creative projects and showcases. We would like to host parties, live performances, film screenings, Brunches and skill-sharing events etc within our communities of Colour.


Ladet eure Freund*innen auf Facebook ein!

Black Music Renaissance 3 goes BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Jedes Jahr im Februar wird in zahlreichen Ländern der Black History Month mit Veranstaltungen zu Schwarzer Kultur und Geschichte zelebriert. Auch die WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN macht mit verschiedenen Veranstaltungen Schwarze Kultur, Geschichte und Gegenwart sichtbar. Im Februar 2017 werden wir in Kooperation mit dem preisgekrönten Schwarzen Pianisten Kelvin Sholar die vierteilige Konzertreihe BLACK MUSIC RENAISSANCE zum dritten Mal durchführen. Beginnend mit dem 3. Februar 2017 präsentieren wir jeden Freitag klassische und einzigartige Musikstile der afrikanischen Diaspora aus den Amerikas und Eurasien: HipHop, Blues, Arbeitslieder (work songs), Jazz, Reggae, Soul, Rock, Rumänischer Tango, African Latino Dance und Detroit literature.

FREITAG 03. FEBRUAR: Jaimeo Brown: HipHop, Blues, Work Songs and Jazz
FREITAG 10. FEBRUAR: Machete Horns
FREITAG 17. FEBRUAR: Kalavan Quartett
FREITAG 24. FEBRUAR: Shebeen: visiting the roots. A musical storytelling evening


Die Räume und Toiletten der WERKSTATT DER KULTUREN sind rollstuhlzugänglich. Um den Zugang mit Rollstuhl zu gewährleisten, bitten wir um telefonische Voranmeldung: +49 (0)30 60 97 70-0.