With the sculptor and actress Renata Messing, we have brought a completely new project to the Fliegerwerkstatt stage: The ‘Mask performance at the Air Castle’ is the idea of a handicraft-artistic confrontation with oneself. It is about
The young people had to wait a long time for their sailing trip, because the date had to be postponed to the end of August due to corona. But then it finally started: a one-week sailing trip on the Ijsselmeer.
We are very happy about the 2nd place of the Wilhelm Wernicke Award! Many thanks to the Hertha BSC Foundation for this great award and 3,000 euros in prize money.
We are happy about a new team member: Patrick Peinhopf will implement projects with the young people in the Fliegerwerkstatt as a social pedagogue from 15 February 2021! He is a trained production mechanic and has studied social work. He brings various experiences from workshop projects with young people as well as from the care of unaccompanied minor refugees.
Hertha BSC fulfils many small and large wishes every year with the ‘Herthaner helfen’ campaign. A lamella cutter and more screw clamps had long been on the wish list of the Fliegerwerkstatt. Continue reading “Herthans help”
It was exciting until the end. Then Dr. Evers, Chairman of the Board of Management of Berliner Sparkasse, announces in a video message which of the three finalists has won the Roman Herzog Prize 2020: the Fliegerwerkstatt!
For a long time it was not clear whether the sailing trip could take place this year. But then 14 young people finally started. For one week the Fliegerwerkstatt was on the way on the 100 year old flat bottom ship ‘Medusa’ in the Ijsselmeer.
We are extremely excited to have made it into the three finalists of the Berliner Sparkasse Roman Herzog Prize! Now we have to wait until the award ceremony on 2 November.
As part of the cooperation with Arbeit und Bildung e.V. and the Institute for Productive Learning, we are running the project ” Practical training for young people refugees” in the second year. This programme is funded by the Senate Department for Education, Youth and Family.
The first 70 participants* from 5 different schools each completed a week of orientation in the Fliegerwerkstatt.