Welcome!

We are excited to welcome you to this years CuTie.BIPoC Festival that has moved from Copenhagen! back to Berlin. CuTie.BIPoC is a Festival for and by Queer_Trans*_Inter*_Black_Indigenous_and_People_of_Color.

A group of us, organisers in Berlin (Germany) are planning a three-day CuTie.BIPoC festival by and for QTIBIPOC (Queer_Trans*_Inter*_Black_Indigenous_and_People_of_Color) during 20-22 of July 2018.

This is the 4th edition of the groundbreaking focused event that has previously occurred 2 times in Berlin and one time in Copenhagen, building on the work of connected coalition projects that focus on self-organising platforms for marginalised groups.

We wish to strengthen the growing QTIBIPoC communities around Europe (and outside it) by coming together, sharing resources and creating a space for people to address issues that affect us and our communities.

We will be offering 3 days of workshops, screenings, performances and discussions as well as spaces to just hang out, eat and party.

Further information about the programme will be out in the beginning of July. Visit the website for updates.

Do It Together– This concept means that everyone who attends the festival is collectively and individually responsible for the community and the events. We can only together make this festival happen.

If you would like to volunteer during the festival please let us know and we will send you the volunteer list in the next weeks. Some of the positions will be:

+ Catering staff, kitchen assistants
+ Door and Bar staff
+ Info stands
+ Awareness team
+ Onsight Translations
+ Sound tech
+ Setting Up
+ Cleaning

+ etc

Send us an email with ‘Let me volunteer’ in the subject line to

coordination_cutie[at]riseup[dot]net

There will also be chances to sign up for shifts during the festival!

Please register here if you are coming to the festival (to give us an idea on how many people are coming) and further information concering accomodation can also be found there.

We look forward to seeing you!

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