Get Busy in Berlin #2
How do migrants Get Busy in Berlin? GSBTB's September Team Up shows you exactly how. Featuring everything from Yemeni/vegetarian Arabic food, to music performances and pancakes - take a peek into how well-rounded Berlin's migrant community is.
Four artists from the GSBTB Open Music Lab that you need to check out
Learn more about four artists from our Open Music Lab and the distinct musical styles they bring with them.
A one-on-one with GSBTB’s Project Manager
Get up close and personal with GSBTB Project Manager Friedemann, as he talks about his origins in East Germany, his life in Berlin and his hopes for the future.
A musical ‘family in exile’
Musician and GSBTB community member Sami talks about playing music in Syria, his band and the Arabic cultural scene in Berlin.
How do YOU give something back to Berlin?
As part of our 5-year anniversary campaign, GSBTB community members tell us how they give back to the city in their own ways.
Malakeh and Mohammed open their own restaurant
Malakeh and Mohammed spent an exciting and heart-warming evening with friends, family and supporters to celebrate the opening of their new restaurant, "Malakeh".
“The Open Music School is a nervous system that connects people in a creative network”
GSBTB Open Music School student Renzo D'Andrea writes about how learning to play music has helped him connect more deeply with others.
Everything you ever wanted to know about: GSBTB Open Art Shelter & Hania Hakiel
Hania Hakiel uses her experience in applied and transcultural psychology to run the GSBTB Open Art Shelter. Here she answers "Frequently Asked Questions" about her professional experience and the GSBTB Open Art Shelter.
The Indian-American volunteer unfurling layers of migration, identity and privilege
Open Art Shelter volunteer Mahima Shah Verma examines her parents' migration, her own move to Berlin and the experiences of those she has volunteered with.
Breaking boundaries in the pursuit of art
Open Music Lab student Rafi Gazani talks about his passion for music, his penchant for discovering wonderful mixtures between different cultures, and how it all culminates into his art and his project 'SIIN'.
The Algerian-Danish artist and rapper running empowerment workshops for girl*s in Neukölln
Valerie Djurhuus runs workshops on empowerment through performance at the after-school girl*s club Schilleria. Here she speaks about empowerment, gentrification and how she uses her imperfect German skills as a strength.
The Job Center case worker recommending GSBTB to her clients
With parents who migrated to Germany from Turkey, Özgül Thurley says she understands the importance of feeling welcome.