Berlin Stories | 8-14 February

News and events from our community in Berlin.

By Staff

Protests, parties, panels and more. 

8-14 February

Concert: Berlin-based jazz and soul singer douniah (above) will perform her first headline show tonight at 20:00 at Volksbuehne. Pick up tickets here.

Demo: Join a Freedom for Palestine demo this Saturday at Hermannplatz from 14:00. Palestine Speaks, No Border Assembly and more are urging a boycott of Siemens, a company that profits from Israeli border security and weapons production.

Volunteer: Help Migrantifa put up posters for the protest on 19 February commemorating Hanau, the racist attack and murder of 9 people in 2020. You can pick them up all week at several locations in Kreuzberg, Neukölln, and Wedding.  

Exhibition: We Who Move the World Forward is an exhibition about intersectional perspectives on mental health and mobility in Germany’s migration histories. The multi-disciplinary exhibition takes place at ACUD. You can see it until 10 March.

Release: RW resident Kissen (above) just dropped her amazing new 5-track EP 'Homesick' via Mansions and Millions. Check it out on now Bandcamp.

Screening: Sinema Transtopia celebrates Lunar New Year with the screening of Shujun Wei’s neo-noir thriller 河边的错误 (Only the River Flows). The film screened on Saturday is followed by a special Chinese New Year Karaoke Celebration.

Volunteer: Arts of the Working Class is looking for volunteers to help with pick-up spot maintenance, communications, management & admin. Head to their IG to find out more.

Exhibition: Kite of Four Colors is a photo exhibition and series of live events celebrating different aspects of Palestinian culture. It runs from 12 to 18 February (5-9 pm) at Bardo Projektraum.