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14.11.2020, 14:00 Uhr
Cake & Cash Curatorial Collective presents: Last Taste of Privilege

  • Venue:

  • HFBK Galerie + BigBlueButton

BBB conference to ask us everything about the program 2-3.30 pm

& shortly-say-hello-but-wear-your-mask, in front of the Office (Room 214, Lerchenfeld 2)

Via BigBlueButton we would like to introduce ourselves briefly, we are looking forward to questions and a round of exchange with all those who are there and want to sip a digital coffee with us!

WLINTAQ* only ( CCCC wants to offer women, lesbians, inter, nonbinary and trans* people an open, cis-men free space, which can be shaped according to our own rules and needs.)

Say bye bye to HFBK Gallery for one semester and welcome Cake & Cash’s feminist office and research lab.

That's the plan

Phase 1, winter semester:

Feminist office @ HFBK Gallery: Collective preparations for summer semester are made visible. The focus lies on theory and research based work. Public lectures/ workshops take place irregularly. WLINTAQ*  people are more than welcome to participate as non-collective members with different active roles: Give lectures for us and others, come and talk about works/conflicts in classes/…, bring friends, share ideas, develop projects together.

Phase 2, summer semester:

Feminist gallery curated by C&C, with works by WLINTAQ* HFBK students. Several exhibitions and accompanying program.

Important: C&C host the gallery for one semester and try to offer a framework for WLINTAQ* students of HFBK, to work, discuss and collaborate in a safer atmosphere.

As of now, C&C do not include new collective members, but are open for collaborations.

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