THIKWA
WERKSTATT
FÜR THEATER
UND KUNST



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March 2020
Exhibition


BerlinHamburgLondonNewYork

Conversation between cities
An inclusive dialogue


Opening: March 26, 2020, 6:00 p.m., admission free
Exhibition: 27.03.2020 - 06.06.2020
Artists: Torsten Holzapfel und Jakob Knapp


Welcome: Katrin Stahmleder, Curation Galerie Kulturhaus
Susanne Bachmann, Thikwa Werkstatt für Theater und Kunst
Musical accompaniment: Andreas Arend, lute
Patron: Gerhard Hanke, district councilor


Galerie im Kulturhaus
Mauerstr. 6,
13597 Berlin


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March 2020
Exhibition

Vitrine III


1st to 17th March 2020, platform U8 Gesundbrunnen station

An exhibition of mobil Projektraumes Schneeeule with artworks made by Bettina Allamoda, Vincent Martinez and Sammy Serag; at Gesundbrunnen underground station (U8), Berlin.







March 2020
Exhibition

blau wild


March 20 - May 18, 2020 at Kunstwerk blisse
Opening on 19. March at 17 h.   

Artists: Addas Ahmad, Fabian Bischoff, Ana Fernández Furelos, Daniel Koch, Günther Krug, Frank Krüger, Jasmin Lutze, Álvaro Martínez-Alonso, Marcel Matz, Susan Päthke, Rachel Rosen, Frank Schulz, Antonia Venter, Detlev von Dossow and Moritz Welz

Kunstwerk Blisse
Blissestraße 14, 
10713 Berlin


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February 2020 Exhibition

MESHES - Oliver Rincke and Kenneth Rasmussen zu Gast in Geyso20


Opening Februar 14, 2020, 19 p.m. at Galerie Geyso 20.

Textile works by Oliver Rincke from Thikwa Werkstatt and Kenneth Rasmussen from Denmark will be shown.

The exhibition is open until April 24 on Mon, Tue, Wed + Fri from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., on Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. or by appointment at 0531 - 4719 334.

Galerie Geyso20,
Geysostraße 20,
38106 Braunschweig


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Januar 202


Welcome to THIKWA,

Thank you for visiting the newly designed website of the THIKWA WERKSTATT FÜR THEATER UND KUNST (Thikwa workshop for theater and art) to find out more about us, and the many things we do.

When you browse the pages of this website, you may be surprised at the amount of intriguing and inspiring things to be found under the general term, workshops.

In our modern world, work and the artistic examination of our life are usually distanced and far apart from each other.
This makes it all the more remarkable, and special, that in the 1990s our house generated a new field of self-fulfillment for the people with disabilities in our care: artistic creation as work.

It has been fascinating to observe the variety of ways work and art have developed and expressed themselves under the umbrella of our non-profit organization nbw - Nordberliner Werkgemeinschaft GmbH and the Theater Thikwa e.V.

I wish to express here both my pride in all the people who helped create this workshop for theater and art, and my sincere wishes for their continued success.


Dana Sachs
Managing Director
nbw - Nordberliner Werkgemeinschaft gGmbH



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