Hawerkamp Münsters: Art and Culture for Having a Picture Taken

The Hawerkamp in Münster is a meetingpoint for musicians and other artists. Not only once a year does the Vainstream Rockfestival take place there, but also a lot of small concerts in locations such as Sputnikhalle, the Triptychon or the Fusion Club, which can also be found there as well.

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Besides all the music events, the Hawerkamp itself is very interesting – especially for photographers and lomographers, because every artist can let loose there. Graffitis are explicitly welcome.

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And that’s the way you can sit on a sofa there and adventure a trip into space:

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Or ask oneself where this surfboard and the sand all at once came from:

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In short: You definitely won’t die of boredom here.

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I was there with my Diana F+ and up ‘til now, the 35mm back, and the Super-Wide-Lens, but it won’t take long until my Fisheye lens will be allowed to run riot there.

My sister already found the right food for her Fisheye One there:

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written by geka on 2011-11-19 in #world #locations #hawerkamp #hafenviertel #sputnikhalle #triptychon #kultur #farbe #munster #bunt #graffiti #kunst #art-and-culture #fusion #jugend #germany #nrw
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