As one of the few original artist-run venues of its kind in Berlin, the Acud Kunsthaus cialis tadalafil 20 mg
is something of a historical landmark in the fast-evolving streets of Mitte. The formerly derelict space was first opened as a cultural space in 1991, after it was handed over to a group of local artists by the communal housing administration following the fall of the wall. buy cialis fast shipping
Functioning up until a few years ago, its recent history has been checkered with postponed renovations and delayed funding due to rising costs and a shortage of subsidies that threatened closure. Now restored to its former glory, the building has been secured as an art house for the next decade by the generic viagra overnight
ACUD MACHT NEU team—a group of artists, organisers, bookers, and a barkeeper—who relaunched the venue earlier in 2014.
In celebration of their triumph, this weekend will see the first of an annual open house event for experimental international artists, with a focus on cross-media and interdisciplinary events which make use of the project room, the club, the studio, the cinema and the theatre; all set around the central courtyard.
Doors open from 15:00 for a full day of concerts and twelve one hour DJ sets by artists, writers, musicians and performers alike. See below for the full music lineup, and see their facebook event page
for updates and details on the exhibition, film screenings and theatre shows.
Concerts on the Acud Club Stage
15:00 Justine Electra
16:00 Raz Ohara feat. Etkin Cekin
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21:00 Jemek Jemowit
22:00 http://genericviagraonline-tabs.com/ Justus Köhnke
Uta (Twen FM), Aram Lintzel (Taz/Spex), Michaela Meise (Clouds Hill), Dirk von Lotzow (Tocotronic), Jens Balzer (Berliner Zeitung), Martin Hossbach cialis cancer treatment (Acud Team), Sinisa Mitrovic, Ultraviolett (Romantikberlin) & Chez Mieke (Acud Team), Fog Puma (Zabriskie / Abendlandung), Sarah Miles & Anastazja Moser (Berlin Community Radio), Arthur Rieger (Berlin Community Radio), Masako Tsujii (Yes But No / Koi Klub)