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Menu:
Crêpes with warm asparagus egg salad, ratatouille, fruit compote… and citron & sucre.
Cold asparagus soup
Asparagus-radish-salad
Celery-apple-salad

Thank you to Obsthof Siegeris that donated its produce from the weekly market at Rathaus Schöneberg.

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We are back!
After two years of various kinds of actions –having a baby, setting up a life on the other side of the ocean etc.– we invite you to properly celebrate the Berlin summer with us, outside by the pool.

We are very pleased to be guests at Tropez, a space initiated and organized by Nele Heinevetter at the Sommerbad Humboldthain in Berlin-Wedding that invites international artists, performers, and curators to create and present work in this particular location.
Along our brunch, we will offer specials for the Pommesbude (French Fries stand) of the Sommerbad so come early or stay longer to get a taste.

Otherwise, we are looking forward to serving a menu made from donated organic produce from the Rathaus Schöneberg market –mainly from the Obsthof Siegris– at the brunch.

Reservations via dinnerexchangeberlinUG@gmail.com.
(Contribution excl. entrance to the pool: € 10–15,-)

Sommerbad Humboldthain
Wiesenstraße 1
13357 Berlin – Wedding

Until then, enjoy the light summer,
Sandra & Sarah

On Friday, 24th April, we organized a participatory dinner for 10 students of the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenza, Italy. The students of the Masters in “Representation, Meaning, and Media” created the dishes from the food we gathered earlier in the day at various organic food stalls at the Rathaus Schöneberg market. A very special thank you to Marie Lehmann-Brauns. essen teppich leute pollenza bepacktes essen

Thursday, 26th February 2015
6-8pm
SUPERMARKT
Brunnenstrasse 64 (U8 Bernauer Strasse or U8 Voltastr)

Contemporary Art Exchange and Supermarkt invite you to a relaxed drop in social gathering where you can meet other independent curators and producers across a variety of creative disciplines, discuss methods and ways of working, and get feedback on projects or ideas within a creative and supportive environment. Discussion topics are limited only by whatever you’d like to contribute.

Each month will feature a short presentation from a local Berlin-based curator or cultural manager followed by an open Q&A and discussion.

After last month’s successful event exploring projects combining food and art, this month’s speakers continued this theme. Sarah Mewes from Dinner Exchange Berlin and Pepe Dayaw from Nowhere Kitchen both talked about their experiences of working on projects related to the intersection of food and art.

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