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Plein Air Berlin Brandenburg 2015

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Plein Air Berlin Brandenburg 2015

Time: May 9, 2015 to May 19, 2015
Location: Haus Altthymen and surrounding countryside
City/Town: 16798 Fürstenberg/Havel,North Brandenburg, Germany
Website or Map: http://www.pleinair-brandenbu…
Phone: 0049 - 1522 - 9590516,
Event Type: 10-day, paint-out, in, germany
Organized By: Marko Fenske, Nikolai Kraneis
Latest Activity: Jun 4, 2015

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Join an international group of artists staying at Altthymen Haus to paint the peaceful and undisturbed countryside of North Brandenburg. From just €45 per day including breakfast, for lunch there is a prepared brunch to serve yourself, evening meal, coffee and tea is everytime availablel. There is competion with a prize and  camaraderie and  a exhibition at the finale.Opening Event at 9th May in "Alte Reederei" in Fuerstenberg - Exhibition 14th May in the old Church in Altthymen - 17th May Opening and Prizing in Himmelpfort - Exhibition till the 30th of July - Some painting material is sponsored by Artselect like colors, boards, brushes, ...

For details, contact Marko Fenske


Teilnehmen an einer internationalen Gruppe von Künstlern des Aufenthaltes im Haus Altthymen, die friedliche und ungestörte Landschaft von Nord Brandenburg malen. Ab € 45 pro Tag, inklusive Frühstück, zum Mittagessen gibt es ein Brunch bereit sein, sich, Abendessen, Kaffee und Tee jedes Mal availablel dienen. Es gibt competion mit einem Preis und Kameradschaft und eine Ausstellung in der finale.Opening Ereignis auf der 9. Mai im "Alte Reederei" in Fürstenberg - Ausstellung 14. Mai in der alten Kirche in Altthymen - Mai 17 Öffnen und rasch Himmelpfort - Ausstellung bis zum 30. Juli - wird einige malen Material durch Artselect wie Farben gesponsert, Schneidebretter, Besen, ... (by Google Translate!)

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Comment by Valerie Syms Martin on June 4, 2015 at 8:10

I'm going down there this morning.  Have to return on Saturday.

Comment by David Goldberg on June 4, 2015 at 7:45

Hi Louise,

Carla and I will be down in Reedstown for the w/e. Hope to paint out Sunday and if you are around would be nice if you could join us too. I think Michael is going to come along. Where do I find George?


Comment by David Goldberg on May 4, 2015 at 15:53

Just been told that towels are provided. Makes packing a little lighter. 

Comment by Louise Treacy on April 29, 2015 at 17:01
Thanks a million both David and Valerie, let us have a think about it. I really appreciate both of your very very kind offers.Will let you know well before then what we will be doing. Many thanks to you both.
Comment by Valerie Syms Martin on April 29, 2015 at 14:41

And I offered Louise a room too.  The airport bus stops at the end of my road. I have three spare beds plus a sofa, so the more the merrier.  There is space for a second car in my drive, plus room on the road.

Comment by David Goldberg on April 29, 2015 at 11:17

Hi Louise.

If you would like to come up the day before we fly to berlin you would be welcome to stay o/n with us. we have a room. It would save you a drive through the night. 

Also, we can put one other person on the sofa in the living room. It converts into a bed. 

We could share a taxi to the airport. €25 each way from our place. And we could leave about 5.30 am and be at airport about 6.00 am. for check in. Better than an all night drive. 

Let me know. Would be most welcome. David

Comment by Louise Treacy on April 28, 2015 at 18:34
Oh yes just to let you all know, the opening of the plein air will happen in Furstenburg this time on the day we arrive. Last year it was simply when we all began to paint.This could be tiring as a lot of us will have been up since t.D day before. So try to get some kip before you travel to the airport.Grand for all ye goin from Dublin, but for us from south east it will be a longggggg day.
Comment by Louise Treacy on April 28, 2015 at 18:30
I have maps with train tram and underground , plus all the attractions prices etc so I'll bring the best ones with me.Quite a few of the museums are free entry others you pay. You can pick then whether you want to go to this or the other.
Comment by Louise Treacy on April 28, 2015 at 18:17
If you want to stay for a night or two in Berlin, we loved the quirky hotel we stayed in, very reasonable, on the river on Friedrichstrase close to everything, they rent bicycles for ten euro a day, or those two wheels seg yoke that you see in shopping malls in the states. Don't know how much they cost. Lots of lovely restaurants around and we really loved it.
Comment by Louise Treacy on April 28, 2015 at 18:12
Hi David,
Well if you want to see anything in Berlin museum or gallery wise you need to go on Tuesday to Saturday, most galleries closed Mondays.
The train is the way to go from Furstenburg one of the lads would prob drive people to the station.Alternatively you could cycle. Bring LAYERS, so if there is warm or cold you are equipped. Paint wise or bring your paints panels, pochade tripod etc. Don't panic cos Berlin is only 50miles away so if you want a day off just go on the train.

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