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POETS‘ CORNER Pankow – Poetry in the Districts: The Nature that makes me II

2022-06-14, 6:00 PM

The warm-up before the start of the 23rd poesiefestival berlin! Poets’ Corner takes over the city with poetry! Berlin-based poets and musicians will read and perform across the city’s districts in libraries, gardens, and cultural centers, thanks to support of Berlin’s city districts and cultural institutions. There’s room for poetry everywhere!

For over 15 years, Poets’ Corner has been bringing poetry to the boroughs, from Spandau to Marzahn. The declared goal is to bring the art form of poetry into public space and to promote exchange between Berlin authors, as well as to provide a platform for the variety of forms, styles, languages written here locally.

From which sources do our artistic works feed? What are our commonalities, but also differences in technique and subject matter? What real social conditions and constructs are we subject to, what expectations are we confronted with and do we confront ourselves with? For the second time, mixed-abled teams of poets and artists from the RambaZamba studio recreation group have embarked on a fascinating search for the sources of poetry and art, reading at a very special Poets’ Corner.

The readings will take place in German as well as in the respective original languages, with German-language translations.

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TUE 14.6. | 18.00–20.00 | PANKOW | Free entry

Reading and Vernissage

RambaZamba Theater | Schönhauser Allee 36-39 | 10435 Berlin

With Tanja Dückers | Nancy Hünger | Mario Peinze | Felix Schiller | Erec Schumacher

Presentation: Karla Reimert

Project leaders: Peter Holland, Rudi Nuss, Karla Montasser, Lena Scheitz, Kathrin Schittkowski

Poets’ Corner Pankow – The Nature that makes me II is organized in cooperation with the Heidehof Foundation, the RambaZamba Theater and the Stiftung Preußische Seehandlung.

The poesiefestival berlin is a project of the Haus für Poesie in cooperation with the Akademie der Künste, with support from the Hauptstadtkulturfonds.