A week-long arts festival will feature concerts, immersive exhibitions, art installations, panel discussions and more
This November, Germany’s capital is set to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall’s fall with a festival featuring large-scale video projections, concerts, open-air exhibitions, an augmented reality app that temporarily resurrects the fractious barrier between east and west, and a floating art installation made up of 30,000 handwritten messages.
The week-long bash is scheduled to take place between November 4 and 10. Culminating in a musical extravaganza held on the exact date of the wall’s toppling—November 9—the festival will spotlight seven sites central to the so-called Peaceful Revolution, drawing on workshops, panel discussions, film showings, guided tours, poetry readings, theatrical performances and more to trace the timeline of events leading up to Germany’s reunification.
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