Flutgraben e.V. is a non-profit, self organising, art-association in an approximately 3800 square meters big building managing about 50 artist studios accommodating more than 80 artists from all over the world, in all disciplines., located at am Flutgraben 3, in Berlin. The house also disposes of two large common spaces: a project space of about 220qm, in which different artistic events take place and a multi purpose hall of equal size in use by tenants of the house. Both spaces are also available for renting.
The non-profit art-association has been founded in 1997, which was by that time still called “Kunstfabrik am Flutgraben” which later became “Flutgraben e.V.”, in 2008.
Flutgraben is set in what has formerly been a repair workshop for the East Berlin public transport system. At KIB – Kraftfahrzeugsinstandsetzungsbetrieb – trams, trucks and buses were repaired. The building has been a part of the Berlin wall in the separated city. To find out more, read about Grenzläufte e.V at Supporters.Posted at January 18th, 2016 by Vorstand.