Join us for the fall edition of Berlin’s own week dedicated to alternative fashion, starting on October 4.
Self-recycling and white dude scene. Hey, Atonal, it’s 2017, haven’t you heard of diversity yet?
Join us for a fancy dinner that won’t satisfy your cravings. Here’s what we saw at Bad Art’s fourth installation “Let Them Eat Fake” at London’s Bones and Pearl Studios.
An alternative to Prague Pride – that is the ambition of Alt* Pride, non-commercial festival that took place in autonomous social center Klinika from August 9 to 13, aiming to criticize Prague Pride’s commercial focus and many controversial sponsors. Here’s what went down during the week of queer events and festivities.
Is the summer heat killing your will to go out and have fun? We’re teaming up with c a r e to bring you an online party you can join from the comfort of your own bed!
Michael D. Jettmar’s think piece on the debate surrounding access to PrEP in the Czech Republic concludes our joint series about gender and sexuality prepared together with Alt*Pride.
Yo! Sissy: a festival blurring the lines between audience and performer, the personal and political, art and gender. Here is a review of all that happened at this year’s juiciest international queer festival, including an exclusive photo report by Dánae Cuesta.
Come mid-August, drop those beachy vibes with sun reflecting in your eyes and descend into the world of darkness and noise set in a vast block of concrete. Let Berlin Atonal swallow your heart and soul because what awaits behind the gates is well worth the price.
Magdaléna Šipka focuses on queer ways of having sexual and romantic relationships for our series about gender and sexuality prepared in collaboration with Alt*Pride.
…and how to get out of it. As part of our collaborative series about gender and sexuality jointly created with Czech Alt*Pride, Marie Feryna explores the level of the connection of gender norms and sex, and invites to her workshop taking place this August.
This year’s Alt*Pride focuses on the queer identity experience in the east of Europe, particularly dealing with the subjects of ethnicity and social inequality. We’re inviting the activists to share their alternative views on the queer community with Kink!
Artists bared their hearts and found strength in their fragility in Soft Within’s first group exhibition which took place in Berlin at the end of May.