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This project is finished.

  • Theme Culture

What? When? Who? Where? With who? How many? For whom? How long? In order to be found on the web, cultural professionals have to laboriously enter their program in many places by hand. With the platform we want to radically simplify this process!

Target group
Culture professionals in Berlin
Running time

Berlin's cultural data - central, findable, connected

That is why we are developing the first open, digital infrastructure for cultural data in Berlin in the kulturBdigital project together with cultural professionals and institutions: Funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe, a central data hub is currently being created that can structure, bundle and connect your cultural data with numerous portals in a targeted manner .

Main emphasis of the collection, key subjects, concert dates, opening times, addresses, access routes or accessibility: the information of Berlin's big and small cultural events is as extensive as it is varied. will bundle them across all disciplines and make them accessible. is not going to be a new calendar of events or a website for cultural audiences and Berlin tourists. will be the central data hub for everyone who wants to publish or exploit data relating to Berlin's cultural offerings. Using various export formats as well as our API, existing and future event portals can obtain exactly the data they need for their respective sector focus in next to no time. follows an open data approach and is itself based on open source technology. Whether for a hackathon, an app especially for barrier-free cultural experiences or the expansion of a Kiez website with concert tips in the neighborhood: We open Berlin's cultural data for reuse for everyone with fresh ideas.

The beta test phase for creative people started in autumn 2021.

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