The #rpDetroit Call for Participation is over – Thank you!

THANK YOU! The Call for Participation for re:publica Detroit is closed. We thank you for your submissions!



re:publica Detroit welcomes your submissions! The two-day event will take place on 27-28 September 2019 as part of…


#rp19: The Movie

Our re:publica 19 movie is here! Refresh your memories, get inspired and already look forward to next year!

Save The Date! re:publica 2020 will take place May 06-08, 2020 in Berlin.


Next Generation

At this year's re:publica, we were devoting more space and attention than ever before to the young generation and their themes. Under the title "re:publica Next Generation", we presented new formats and cooperations with and by young people as well as the focus on education and training for the…


Netzfest 2019

On May, 4th and 5th we organized the Netzfest in the Park am Gleisdreieck (Ostpark) and the Ladestraße of the Deutschen Technikmuserum: free of charge, outside, for everyone!

Young and old approach classic and new media quite differently - and that…


About re:publica GmbH

re:publica GmbH’s re:publica Berlin is Europe’s largest internet and digital society conference. re:publica 19 counted more than 25.000 visits during the three conference days. The participants came together to discuss current issues of digital society at the three-day festival…


  • 08/21/2019
    What to expect from the "Digital Culture Club" YouTube playlist.
  • 08/08/2019
    Karen Prater Jasmine is a native Detroiter and the Executive Director of the National Organization of Minority Architects. As co-curator for the track "Mobility & Urban Space" at #rpDetroit, Karen Prater Jasmine is providing her expertise to the urban space programme and jointly responsible for the selection of submissions for the Call for Participation. In our interview, she discusses challenges and opportunities regarding access to urban space in Detroit and revitalization of its neighborhoods.
  • 08/05/2019
    Tiff Massey is an interdisciplinary artist from Detroit, Michigan. Her work, inspired by African standards of economic vitality, includes both large-scale and wearable sculptures, music and performance. She uses contemporary observances of class and race through the lens of an African diaspora, combined with inspiration drawn from her experience in Detroit.