BC/AC – Before Corona / After Corona
Our last events before the big shut down included: several Community Networking Nights, various talks and workshops, meetings from our Baumhaus App Team, several sustainable food Kollektiv sessions and some collaborative design/building sessions.
After the shut down we took some time to meditate on the small things in life as well as start working on our new our new podcast series, “The Corona QuaranTimes”. Have a listen to our first episode, “Slow Down To Catch Up” while checking out the pics…
Open Call for Tech Help – Volunteers to help with the Baumhaus App
1 android developer
1 IOS developer
1 front end developer
About 6 months ago we started developing a free App for the people in our network to take advantage of some Baumhaus systems without being in the physical Baumhaus space, like our ‘open greeting zone’ or our ‘needs and resources’ board, plus a few other nice side features.
If you would like to join our team then send us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up for our newsletter on our Facebook page or at the bottom of our website for coming updates…
Getting together in person to communicate has become a bit prohibitive these days… So here is a first free flow creative experimental audio podcast containing some reflective thoughts, news and project updates. Enjoy!
I was doing a bit of vocal meditation today and it manifested itself into an improvisational “Corona Blues Sky Holi-Daze” moment…
Stay safe, smart and supportive,
p.s. there is beauty in the little things growing on all around…
Photos in this Gallery include progress on another interior installation in the seminar room that will enable us to take another big step, scenes from our regular community networking nights, students from the TU Berlin developing vertical garden prototypes, hack-a-thon sessions for developing the first Baumhaus App, a special presentation about “digitization and sustainability” from the WGBU hosted by Bits und Bäume Berlin, a presentation from the ‘Robin Hood’ initiative, our regular CSA – Community Supported Agriculture action and some results of other up-cycling projects… Event details are listed on our Program page.
Our last improv Flow/IGO meditation session of 2019. It was a very special evening with 17 people in the room, only 4 people had done this before. Somehow there was a very special vibe in the air…
Join in the fun every Thursday evening at the end of our regular community night or every last Wednesday of the month. Contact email@example.com for information on booking private sessions for your group or business.
On May 17, 2019 we gathered some of our favorite local musicians together at Panke e.V. for another special live “Immaculate Contraption” improvisational performance during our “HalfTime” party. Our goal was to collectively sound like a Dj without using any loops or prerecorded materials, everything must come live from the moments that we create together…
These samples are recorded on a video camera of our sound check and the beginning of our first set:
Excerpts from this session feature: Rakesh Raj Nayak – tabla, Mathieu Pe – trumpet & keyboard/synth, Daniel ‘Keyser’ Reichel – electro drums, Genys Zhemavibracija – dub master with bitwig sponsored gear, Scottie B (Baumhaus) – vocal efx
If you know of musicians who would like to join in one of our next performances then have them contact us.
Even if you are not a musician and would like to join in the magic of a jam session, feel free to come to our regular “FLOW” meditative jam sessions every last Wednesday of the month or every Thursday evening after dinner at Community Networking Nights.
Perhaps we are creating a new genre that could be described as something like, “organic acoustic groove techno”… Here are the latest quick edits from our last 2 IGO/FLOW meditative improv sessions (with almost all first timers) at Baumhaus.
Check our calendar of events and join us
any Thursday evening for an hour or the last Weds of each month for a full 3 hour session or even book a private session… No previous music or meditation experience is necessary.