Lernlabor is a Berlin-based social business that creates innovative educational, cultural and artistic projects. Through our local and international activities we foster creativity, (inter)cultural exchange and lifelong learning.
Lernlabor is a platform which unites Berlin-based educators, artists, activists, migrants, volunteers and cultural initiatives who want to make positive change in their local communities and who are interested in international cooperation and exchange.
17 hours ago
Looking back to our Art and Ecology residency at Haus des Wandels in May - a week of cross-disciplinary discussion, cooperation and exchange, culminating in a public exhibition of collaborative artistic works engaging with the climate emergency.
Thanks to all participants and partners, to the European Cultural Foundation and the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (bpb) for funding the programme, and to Polina Tikk for curating another unique and inspiring experience.
#CultureofSolidarityClimate Caravans is a new programme lasting from January to October 2022 and is funded through the interregional edition of our #CultureofSolidarity Fund together with the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (bpb).
The project is run by the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum/ Гражданский Форум ЕС-Россия and develops creative tools on how to reflect with cultural means upon specific local transformations caused, directly or indirectly, by climate change.
Interested in knowing more about Climate Caravans? Read an in-depth interview on the project here: culturalfoundation.eu/stories/cosround5_climatecaravans ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS FOR OUTDOOR YOUTH EXCHANGE IN POLAND 🇵🇱
We are looking to build a group of 6 German participants (age 18-30) for our international Outdoor Youth Exchange (15.-29.09) "Narratives from Nature" in Poland 🇵🇱
We will be based near the village of Janowice Wielkie in southwestern Poland. The campsite is surrounded by a beautiful mountain range, climbing rocks, and a national park called "Rudawski" 🇩🇪🇵🇱🇬🇪🇺🇦🇫🇷
During the projects, participants will have the opportunity: to learn how to manage the outdoor camp, experiment with different methods of storytelling, get the experience of outdoor cooking, make the planning of hiking routes, visit the local history, and explore cultural traditions of the region 🏔️🧗🏰
Travel, food, and accommodation in tents included.
Participation fee: €30
👉Apply here: forms.gle/Pz1sBiEnAKRXwon89
📌Deadline for application 12. August ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS FOR OUTDOOR YOUTH EXCHANGE IN NORWAY 🇳🇴
We are looking to build a group of 5 German participants (age 18-30) for our international Outdoor and Storytelling Youth Exchange (19.-27.08) "Tell the Nature" in Norway 🇳🇴
We will be based in the beautiful surroundings of the mountains and Fjords of the Volda region of Norway with participants from 🇩🇪🇮🇩🇬🇪🇳🇴🇺🇦🤍❤️🤍.
Participants will build and learn to manage an outdoor camp and project activities will include: hiking, storytelling, outdoor cooking, creating project dissemination and exploring the local lakes and fjords.
Travel, food and accommodation in tents included.
Participation fee: €60
👉Apply here: forms.gle/YyR8JdmNanajMmEz7
📌Deadline for application 22. July
For more information about the project aims and objectives see the info pack: cutt.ly/XLxo8bH ... See MoreSee Less
hello I have a residency permit in Sweden. Am I eligible to apply?
May I apply from Hungary? 🇭🇺
1 month ago
Last month Sedona Walker-Morrissey made these beautiful portraits of our friends and active members during her Tin Type workshop in Redah 📷
The event was part of our local Cafe Bamako project, funded by the European Solidarity Corps🇪🇺
A big thanks to all who were involved. All proceeds from the event were donated to our Medical Aid for Ukraine initiative 👏
On 30th July we will travel to Poznan in Poland 🇵🇱 with the Café Bamako project and the Heart Beats of Africa band for a day of workshops and a live concert in Kontener Art.
#europäischesolidaritätskorps ... See MoreSee Less