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June 4th, 2024

Watch me dance exhibition in the courtyard

Once again this year, with the start of the Watch me dance campaign by Tanzbüro Berlin, the exhibition of a total of 15 poster motifs can be seen in our courtyard.

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June 3th, 2024

Nationwide campaign week has started!

The alliance of The Many (Die Vielen), of which we are also a part, is calling for events and demonstrations against the normalization of right-wing extremist positions in politics and society in the week before the European elections, from June 3th to 9th.

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ada Studio

The ada Studio is a working space for young Berlin dance artists, offering them space for research as well as the opportunity to present their work in the various performance series and festivals.

HZT Berlin

The HZT Berlin is a center institutionally supported by the UdK Berlin and the HfS Ernst Busch, which also cooperates with TanzRaumBerlin. At the HZT there is one Bachelor's program and two Master's programs.

PSR Collective

PSR could stand for a lot of different things - Pitching Social Rumours, Performing Social Remedies, PingPong Sangha Roastbeef, or it could stand for Performance Situation Room.

Tanzbuero Berlin

The Tanzbuero Berlin is the central point of contact for the Berlin dance scene. It is committed to advising artists, bringing together stakeholders, supporting the arts and throwing a spotlight on the city’s dance landscape.

Tanzfabrik Berlin

Since 1978, artists have been working at the Tanzfabrik Berlin on themes and issues of contemporary dance. In the studios there is continuous production and performance, rehearsal, training, artistic research and teaching.

Uferstudios GmbH

Uferstudios GmbH is the leaseholder and operating company of Uferstudios and thus the central point of contact for partners, artists and visitors to the site.

Rent our spaces

Tiles, clinker bricks and old BVG signs - the original character of the former Gesundbrunnen tram depot has remained alive and still invites people to work here. The individual studios can be rented for artistic processes, rehearsals, performances and other events in the fields of dance, choreography and performance.

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Lee Méir

"Anything can be an inspiration, anything can become something else."

In her new performance “crying creatures crying”, choreographer Lee Méir creates strange creatures out of costumes and materials. The Creative Crossroads artist spoke to us about inspiration and the productive refusal of trying to make sense.

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The Grandmothers

"We want to invite our dead grandmothers to be part of this piece"

Nagao Akemi, Bettina Mileta, Evelyn Saylor and Johanna Ackva search for the traces of their close relatives in their performance "Grandmothers". During their residency at Uferstudios, they have also explored stereotypical images of aging women in our society.

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Judith State

"I can not not talk about motherhood, when I talk about myself"

Judith State became a mother during the pandemic. How the new role influences her choreographic work and why motherhood itself has become the theme of her residency at Uferstudios.

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Uferstudios

Uferstudios GmbH is the leaseholder and operating company of Uferstudios and thus the central point of contact for partners, artists and visitors to the site.

Tanzbüro Berlin

The Tanzbuero Berlin is the central point of contact for the Berlin dance scene. It is committed to advising artists, bringing together stakeholders, supporting the arts and throwing a spotlight on the city’s dance landscape.

HZT Berlin

The HZT Berlin is a center institutionally supported by the UdK Berlin and the HfS Ernst Busch, which also cooperates with TanzRaumBerlin. At the HZT there is one Bachelor's program and two Master's programs.

Café The Source

PSR Kollektiv

ada Studio

The ada Studio is a working space for young Berlin dance artists, offering them space for research as well as the opportunity to present their work in the various performance series and festivals.

Since 1978, artists have been working at the Tanzfabrik Berlin on themes and issues of contemporary dance. In the studios there is continuous production and performance, rehearsal, training, artistic research and teaching.