PREPARE YOURSELF FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE NIGHT OF HIP HOP AND LIVE IMPROVISATIONAL SOUND.
MEETING ON THE STREETS OF BERLIN, INFIDELIX.FRESH.SANTANA HAVE CREATED AN UNBELIEVABLE EXPERIENCE OF SOUND THAT ONCE YOU EXPERIENCE LIVE, THE WAY YOU EXPERIENCE MUSIC WILL NEVER BE THE SAME.
FROM THE COMBINATIONS OF REGGAE, HIP HOP, TRANCE, AND PSYCHEDELIC LIVE LOOPING SOUNDS BY FRESH, MIXED WITH THE LYRICS AND ENERGY OF INFIDELIX, AND THE HYPNOTIC VIBE OF SANTANA AS HE PLAYS THE GUITAR…THIS SHOW WILL BRING EXCITEMENT, FUN, RAWNESS, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY..AN EXPERIENCE YOU WILL NEVER FORGET.
“I COULD NOT BELIEVE I HEARD THESE MUSICIANS ON THE STREETS. THEY SHOULD BE SELLING OUT VENUES ALL AROUND EUROPE”
“THE MELODIC SOUNDS OF THIS COMBINATION MADE ME LATE FOR WORK. IT WAS WORTH IT”
DJ VOSTOK WILL BE HOLDING DOWN THE DECKS
SPECIAL PERFORMANCE BY : SOLRAK (GUITAR LOOPING)
ORDER YOUR TICKETS ONLINE NOW : http://buytickets.at/citizensoldierentertainment/39217
Hast du es satt, immer auf dem gleichen Level abzuhängen? Immer die gleichen Pilze? Immer die gleichen Coins einsammeln? Brauchst mehr Bass im Leben und einen ordentlichen Abriss? Dann ist es Zeit für dein NEXT LEVEL!
Am 29.11.14 findet das erste Mal -> NEXT LEVEL <- im Urban Spree statt!
Die Party, auf die dein Bassgefühl gewartet hat!
5 DJs auf 2 Floors
MAIN FLOOR: all kinds of Stepping Bass Music – Dubstep & Trap á la Skrillex, Excision, Foreign Beggars, Baauer..
with Hyde & DJ Final Serg
SECOND FLOOR: Smooth and kinky HipHop: Oldschool, New School, Party and chillout!
6€ mit Facebook-Gästeliste. Zusagen und für 6€ reinkommen. Gilt die ganze Nacht
For 2015, Urban Spree is expanding its ambitions in various fields and need your support (climbing skills not necessary).
Urban Spree is a creative hub in Berlin, focused on street art and music, with a flexible structure and plenty of autonomy and expansion capacity for the right candidate. For internships, we are looking at talented individuals for a period of 3 to 6 months in the following domains:
URBAN SPREE GALERIE
– GALERIE AND SHOP ASSISTANT: 2 positions
work closely with the exhibited artists upstream of the show openings and participate in the whole exhibition process (planning, curating, hanging, documenting…)
work on PR and communication for the gallery in connexion with our Communications Department (support knowledge related to press releases, managing organization/invitations for vernissages and openings…)
work on gallery-related events (coming soon: Comicinvasion, AMAZE Fest, Pictoplasma…)
work on the organization of trade fairs and art shows in Berlin, in Germany and abroad
organize and manage our client’s database
contribute to the blog by submitting articles/interviews about our residents or other art-related topics
manage the art shop which is linked to the gallery during opening times
Curious, hands-on and art-motivated individual with a good knowledge of street art, graffiti and photography.
Good writing skills and client/communication-oriented profile
Good command of German and English
– Position available from Tuesday to Sunday, during the gallery’s opening times (12:00-20:00) but in alternance, as interns will split the works and shift weeks/weekends regularly.
You will be rewarded with an unparalleled exposure to the street art scene and to gallery’s behind-the-scenes-work as well as first-rate exposure to top-notch artists. The working language at Urban Spree is english. The position is not compensated, however interns will have the possibility of being paid on weekends to manage the shop. You need to bring your own laptop.
You will be integrated in a talented team of creative individuals and be part of the Urban Spree family during your stay.
Please send your application to: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the position you’re applying for, enclosing your resume and a short motivation letter
On October 11th, 2014, Urban Spree is excited to host the 1st edition of “All in a Day’s Work“, a workshop & get-together platform for Arts, Craft & Design.
Powered by Urban Spree resident artist Dolly Demoratti, (expert screen printer and organizer of the Druck Festival Berlin), the event will gather over 30 different professional artists and makers who share their special craftsmanship in short back‐to‐back workshops, all happening under one roof, all day long.
Offering you the opportunity to try your hand and taste a number of different techniques, such as Risograph, Letterpress, Watercolour, Kite-making, Carpentry, Screen printing, Tattooing, Whip & Leather work, Blacksmithing and much more.
Revaler x Warschauer
Saturday, October 11th, 12:00 – 20:00
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An exciting one day Art, Craft & Design workshop get- together. Over 30 different professional artists and makers share their special craftsmanship in short back‐to ‐ back workshops.
At this event we present to you a wide variety of traditional, innovative and creative methods, all under one roof and all in the same time! Offering you the opportunity to try your hand and taste a number of different techniques, such as Risograph, Letterpress, Watercolour, Kitemaking, Carpentry, Screen printing, Tattooing, Whip & Leather work, Blacksmithing and much more.
For you, it’s the chance to have a go at a craft you think interesting, unusual or new. For the pro’s who’ll be teaching you, it’s all in a days work! ‘All in a Days Work’ bridges the gap between both the workshop tutors and their students. For the students it acts as a platform of introduction to an area of interest, allowing them to sample a method or craft at low cost. For the pros conducting the workshops it’s a great interactive networking event, whereby they can show their skills on a one-to-one basis to a large amount of people in short time. Therefore, leaving a memorable impression as well as maximizing future bookings for private advanced workshops.
On entrance you will receive a free tote bag…this isn’t just us being nice, oh no. You’ll need the bag! This is because for every workshop you do you’ll keep what you’ve made to take home with you. Hopefully there’ll be a bit of room left in your bag in case something catches your eye in our pop-up shop, which will boast all of the delectable objects and products from our workshop pros.
We understand you might also want to sit down and take a break. Don’t worries we have that covered with a full indoor café serving cake, hot drinks and any other beverages you might want. Hopefully the weather will be reasonable on the day, just in case it’s not, we’ll pull up the street food trucks right on to the doorstep of Urban Spree for your dining pleasure. Additionally you can thank Dj Ena Lind for providing us with music all day long!
ALL IN A DAY’S WORK
opens 12.00 – 20.00
For more information contact: email@example.com
Make! Skilled Hands and Urban Spree invite you to the Berlin Premiere of ‘Sign Painters‘, a documentary movie about the art of hand-sign painting. The screening will be enhanced by a special brush lettering workshop with veteran Mike Meyer, also featured in the movie and exceptionally present in Berlin.
The screening will be followed by a party with Urban Spree good buddies Diskorobot (Klub7) and Efalive of the Jazoburbs, and you can always count on their immense vinyl skills to make it funky, groovy, disko and full of good vibes.
There was a time, as recently as the 1980s, when storefronts, murals, banners, barn signs, billboards, and even street signs were all hand-lettered with brush and paint. But, like many skilled trades, the sign industry has been overrun by the techno-fueled promise of quicker and cheaper. The resulting proliferation of computer-designed, die-cut vinyl lettering and inkjet printers has ushered a creeping sameness into our landscape. Fortunately, there is a growing trend to seek out traditional sign painters and a renaissance in the trade.
In 2010 filmmakers Faythe Levine and Sam Macon began documenting these dedicated practitioners, their time-honored methods, and their appreciation for quality and craftsmanship. Sign Painters, the first anecdotal history of the craft, features the stories of more than two dozen sign painters working in cities throughout the United States. The documentary and book profiles sign painters young and old, from the new vanguard working solo to collaborative shops such as San Francisco’s New Bohemia Signs and New York’s Colossal Media’s Sky High Murals.