Musethica e.V. / No Boundaries e.V. / Jugendstrafanstalt Berlin, Schulabteilung / Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie der DRK Kliniken Berlin Westend
Learning from the Audience!
The Masterclasses for the musicians from Musethica e.V. will take place at the Youth Detention Facility and The Child and Youth Psychiatric Hospital DRK in Berlin during the year of 2020. Every month we will hold classes, converse, talk about music and learn from audience, students and teachers.
Sponsored by: Berliner Projektfonds Kulturelle Bildung
From Utopia to Distopa by Gorse Robertson-Taylor, Moses Viliamu and CitéNoir
February 2019, Wellington / New Zealand.
Invited by the Performance Arcade Waterfront our artists will create a performance which includes stories, dance, poetry, music and a Mural in Wellington New Zealand...
And again: We focus on Climate Change, the Oceans, Plastic Pollution and Climate Refugees...
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Illustration by Moses W. Viliamu
This cross-cultural initiative is a co-operation between the Goethe-Institut New Zealand and No Boundaries e.V. in Berlin/Germany with support from Creative New Zealand, Wellington City Council and St Johns Bar & Eatery.
Our Youth Detention project for 2018 / 2019 received fundings to work all about fairy tales and maybe also miracles!!
Der Sammelfonds für Geldauflagen zu Gunsten gemeinnütziger Einrichtungen („SamBA") in cooperation with Jugendstrafanstalt Berlin
I possess neither wings
nor the magician’s mischief
but, believe me, I can fly
and I can also be a landscape
of mirrors that name whatever moves
or has pretensions to be alive
On the wingspan of my desire
easy as the approach of any day
you can clearly remember
I can fly to any place
or moment fertile with memory
or create fresh ones without a single boundary
though our lives remain so pathetically prosaic
With informed hope
and resolve we must know
how to move forward to a landscape
where our dreams cannot be turned into nightmare
where our dreams are always in sight
where we must again
redden the blackest folds
of our memory and intent
by Keorapetse Kgositsile