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Opening times:
We don't have fix opening times. On Wednesdays we have our collective meeting until 2 pm, after that you can pop in. You can make appointments with us via our Mail. If we’re in our office and have put the sign on the door, you can just come in and talk to us. See you around!

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Current Events:
November 14, 2020 BBB 2-3 pm

Cake&Cash presents:
"Last taste of privilege"

Gallery Closing Event/Opening Cake&Cash feminist office.
Introducing C&C/Q&A/get together, share your works and ideas
FLINT* only opening conference on BBB

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Extra Info:
During Winter semester we use the gallery as our internal feminist research and curation office. We are not a classic lecture/seminar but will offer some public formats irregularly. If you are interested, there is plenty of room for exchange and we are open for your ideas and questions and look forward to collaborations, discussions and conversations with you! Transparency in our work in the form of publications and our wall newspaper are also important to us. If you feel like it, we can make an appointment and see how we can work together!

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POP&SQUAT Festival
December 10.–12., 2020

"Online Festival to connect feminist groups in art schools"

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Online meetings: FLINT* only. If you want to take part, please register for our mailing list via our Mail. The links will not be posted openly to ensure that the conference can be a safer space.

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Location:
HFBK Galerie, Lerchenfeld 2, 2. Stock

Cake & Cash Curatorial Collective is a feminist research, exchange and exhibition project. CCCC operates during the winter semester 2020/21 and summer semester 2021, hosting a research laboratory, lectures, workshops and exhibitions in the HFBK Gallery, which focus on feminist and intersectional perspectives. The program is divided into two phases, starting with the transformation of the gallery space into CCCC's research laboratory and curation office in the winter semester. This includes the collective preparation process, content based work, exchange and planning for the events which will take place in the summer semester 2021. Through various forms of publications, this preparatory process will be made accessible to all, thus also revealing the often lengthy research work that underlies artistic and curatorial work. CCCC wants to offer women, lesbians, inter, nonbinary and trans* people an open, cis-men free space, which can be shaped according to our own rules and needs. This new space can be a forum for our work and working methods, as well as a platform where necessary criticism of the existing conditions can be developed and discussed. CCCC wants to criticize the institution, as well as recognize, name and confront social disproportions. CCCC wants to start discussions. CCCC does not only want a piece of the cake, but the whole bakery. To be continued in SoSe 2021 with public workshops, exhibitions, discussions and lectures. Possible topics: Collective work, Feminist perspectives on the art market, motherhood and art, care work, curation and feminism, critical masculinity in the art world, intersectionality and others.