Hosted in the Willy-Brandt-Haus, the World Press Photo 13 (13 June to 7 July, 2013) is a photo exhibition of the winning photographs in the yearly competition organized by the World Press Photo Foundation. The exhibition features 143 works by all of the 54 awarded photographers from 33 countries. The annual award presented by the
Known for its scope as the largest annual art festival in Berlin, this year’s 48 Stunden Neukölln, taking place from the 14th to the 16th June, managed to attract a lot of media attention and visitors to the often disregarded Berlin district – Neukölln. The specific aspect of the festival is its openness when it
On June 15th Berlin had the honor of hosting a unique annual event, taking place in several embassies around the city: All Nations Festival 2013. The idea of the festival is to open the doors of different embassies and cultural institutions to visitors for a day, once a year, and present ethnic and cultural customs
This year’s International Literature Award, jointly presented by Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) and Stiftung Elementarteilchen (Hamburg), was awarded to Teju Cole––a Distinguished Writer in Residence at Bard College. The award ceremony, along with readings from the works of all shortlisted authors nominated for the annual award, took place in Haus der Kulturen on
As the warm days of June approach the city of Berlin, the Die Bärliner summer team will be taking more and more trips to exhibitions, festivals, and other events happening this summer in the realms of our beautiful and exciting city. The first in the series of my summer articles about the city of Berlin
Even though the summer holidays at ECLA of Bard started a week ago, our summer residents are still very much keen on doing their readings. With finally enough free time and a sunny day at hand, two students enjoy their summer reads while soaking up the sun and Vitamin D.
Since as long as I can remember, the month of June has represented the first month of a long hot summer in my home country, Bosnia. Refusing to give up on this summer philosophy, this past weekend I enthusiastically embarked on a 40-minute ride from Pankow to the 11th Open Air Gallery at Oberbaumbrücke, despite
On May 15th, ECLA of Bard had the pleasure and privilege to host a talk on post-revolutionary Egypt with Thomas Hasel, co-producer of the Deutsche Welle documentary After the Storm: A New Beginning for Egypt’s Economy, which deals with Egypt’s economy after Mubarak’s fall. The event was organized by ECLA of Bard’s Politics and Ethics concentration