The ‘Stadtwerk mrzn’ is an open and experimental construction site. At Otto- Rosenberg-Platz we are collectively building a local and international future laboratory, full of visions and diversity. Outside and together. With artisans, architects, artists and gardeners, young and old people, new and long-time neighbours, initiatives and associations create common ideas for open spaces, new job perspectives and community urban development. The focus is on their own initiative and enthusiasm for the ‘City’ community project.

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If you have any questions, please contact Vera Fritsche +49 30 6177673-15 or by email at


ARABISCH:يمكنك ان تجد (برنامجنا )باللغة العربية هنا
FARSI :میتوانید برنامه های مربوط به مجموعه را در اینجا به فارسی مشاهده کنید
You can find the program in English here: ENGLISH

Graphic: Federica Teti | Pictures: Luisa Durrer

Impressions from our autumn program:

Pictures: 2,5-7,9 Ludwig Schaible and 1,3,8 Nils Koenning | Graphic: Federica Teti

The current workshops are an educational offer mainly for refugee women. The participants decide what they would like to learn. In the weekly meetings, they learn German, plan excursions to the city and learn and exchange handicraft skills and artistic techniques.


The workshops take place on Thursday and Friday at the Stadtwerk, always from 10:00 to 13:00 (only for women) and from 14:00 to 17:00 (open to all); different excursions are in planning (Corona-related).


What is urban development? Paths Memory Poem.

How do we move in the city? What is orientation? What does it mean to be on the move? How did you get here? Together with artists* and Neuberliners* and neighbours* we want to map personal routes in the city, create emotional city maps and do research on the city as we know it. We talk about „city“, make/plan excursions and tell each other stories from our countries of origin.

We embroider and stamp „our“ ways on textile, we design a personal atlas in the shape of a pillow.

Impressions from our online course:

Pictures: Ludwig Schaible and Mirjam Dorsch

In cooperation with:

Funded by:

Title photo: Luisa Durrer | Graphic: Federica Teti