All formats of #rpCampus are free of charge and you don't need a ticket. For the participation in our workshop days a registration in advance is necessary. You can find more information here.
At the entrance you will be asked to scan a QR Code with your phone. This will automatically take you to a website where you have to enter your first name, last name, address and phone number. When you leave the event area you will check out by scanning a QR code again.
*The data will be stored encrypted according to DSGVO and will only be handed over to the responsible health authorities if there is a justified need and will be deleted automatically after 4 weeks.
The #rpCampus is located in a historic factory building at Ziegrastrasse 1 in Berlin-Neukölln. Check out here to find information on how to get there.
Since we have organized #rpREMOTE on 7 May 2020, a free one-day online conference in digital exile accessible to all for the first time in our history, we are now about to launch another prototype this September. Meant as an experimental ground for future projects, re:publica Campus will create a framework where we will work together with various partners to implement new digital, hybrid and analogue formats from 6 September to 4 October 2020. Click here for further information.
The venue is accessible without barriers—barrier-free toilets are also available.
September 2020 will be all about #rpCampus: Four themes for the weeks from 6 September to 4 October 2020, each dedicated to one of the main topics of current debates of our time. Every day, 4.15pm-7.30pm, we will present a free digital programme with live-streamed short lectures, panel discussions, interviews and tutorials on our online platform campus.re-publica.com and on YouTube. In digital discussion rooms—or Deep Dives—we will be offering Q&As with participating speakers. Find out more about our weekly topics: "MuseumFutures – Martin Roth Symposium", "Wechsel:Wirkung", "Über:Leben" and "Netzfest".
Parallel to the weekly topics an interactive exhibition will be installed inviting visitors to the site during the entire period (6 September to 4 October 2020) on Sundays to Thursdays, 4pm-8pm. The exhibition’s motto will be "Netz Werke—An exhibition on life on the net" and is part of project Netzfest.
You can find the #rpCampus programme here.
Yes, we sell drinks and snacks in the outdoor area of #rpCampus at Ziegrastraße 1. Here you can also pay contactless.
In "Netz Werke" you will experience how the net impacts our everyday life—sometimes visible, sometimes invisible. You can fathom the interplay between reality and digitality, explore online worlds and dive into the beautiful, the engaged and also the unexpected life online. The doors to a Kinect and AI installation, Augmented Reality objects and much more will open Sundays to Thursdays from 4pm to 8pm. Please bring a face mask. Click here for further information.
Each weekly topic has a dedicated interactive discussion room—a Deep Dive. Here you can meet our speakers after their sessions, ask your questions in real time and join the discussion.
The #rpCampus programme will be held primarily in German.
The programme of the weekly topic "MuseumFutures–Martin-Roth-Symposium" will be held in English. The session will be transcribed and translated into German.
No, a ticket is not needed. Just come along—but don't forget your face mask! All visitors need to check in and check out using a web app on their phone and scanning a QR code at the entrance. That way we can
All guests can view a live status update on our website in order to check how crowded the venue is and whether it is worth the trip. If you do not have a mobile phone, you can check in at the infopoint at the entrance.
We stream the Deep Dives live on YouTube. Via the chat function you can ask your questions, comments and join the discussions in real time. Check out here for more information.
During the weekly topic "Martin-Roth-Symposium—MuseumFutures" the Deep Dives will also take place in Zoom. Further information can be found here.
Yes, you will find the sessions on our YouTube channel.
There are the following four weekling topics during the re:publica Campus:
- "MuseumFutures – Martin-Roth-Symposium" (7-11 September 2020)
- "Wechsel:Wirkung" (14-18 September 2020)
- "Über:Leben" (21-25 September 2020)
- "Netzfest" (28 September - 1 October 2020)
Check out www.netzfest.de for more information.
Current press information and graphical material can be found here.
For press and interview requests please contact presse at re-publica.com.
Each week ends with a workshop day on which the digital programme will be expanded by an analogue format. Our aim is to merge discussions and create synergies between participants and the programme’s main actors. In order to make this a Corona-compliant and hybrid event we are building a new framework open to everyone. Here you can register for a workshop day.
The currently valid hygiene and distance regulations of the Berlin Senate apply during the event. In addition to the obligation to wear a mask, a minimum distance of 1.50m to other persons must be maintained all times, as well as regular washing and/or disinfecting of hands. There will be appropriate signs on site.
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From 7 September to 4 October 2020, Mondays to Thursdays, from 4.15-7.30pm, the contents of our weekly topics will be freely accessible as a livestream on campus.re-publica.com and YouTube. Just switch on and be there! Check out here for more information.
Participation in our workshop days is only possible after a prior registration. Check out here for further information.
During the whole period of re:publica Campus (6. September - 4. October 2020) you can visit the exhibition Netz Werke in Ziegrastraße 1 in Berlin-Neukölln from Sunday to Thursday from 4pm to 8pm (without prior registration or ticket).
The entrance and exit will be registered via an app on your phone, so we can see at any time how many people are on the site and how much capacity we have left. If you do not have a phone, you can check in at the infopoint at the entrance. Check out here for more information.
Yes, mouth and nose protection is mandatory on site.
The obligation to wear a mouth and nose protector does not apply to children up to the age of six, to persons who cannot wear a mouth and nose protector due to a health impairment or disability, for persons for whom other devices are used to reduce the spread of transmissible droplet particles or for deaf and hard of hearing persons and persons communicating with them and their accompanying persons.
You can find all information about the registration here.