A project for new encounters in Wuppertal.
We invite all interested people to try themselves out as Chess Mate/s. Come by!
From now on, we are at Zweistein Wuppertal (Aue 84, 32103 Wuppertal-Elberfeld) every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month! From 6 pm until the end.
The game of chess. A boundless form of dialogue. A language of its own, played out on a few square centimeters. It is full of possibilities of all kinds of social interaction.
Ideal for getting to know fellow human beings on a playful level in a relaxed atmosphere. Even without prior knowledge – beginners and spectators are expressly welcome.
For centuries, this ancient game has thrilled people all over the world, and it has lost none of its fascination up to this day. Having come to Europe from India via Persia and the Arab world, chess has become a global language. From East to West, players can be seen sitting on park benches or in cafés, deeply immersed in conversation on a simple checkered board. Not only since the Netflix series “The Queen’s Gambit” and the corona-induced lockdown has chess become socially acceptable in a wide variety of age groups and social milieus.
We would like to use chess – for new encounters in our city.
Every 2nd and 4th Sunday from 6pm at Zweistein Wuppertal (Aue 84, 32103 Wuppertal-Elberfeld)
We are Julia and Michelle, two students of the master program Public Interest Design at the University of Wuppertal. In this context we have initiated the project Chess Mate/s together. Julia has been playing chess for about one and a half years and her enthusiasm for it has also infected Michelle, who has been playing chess for about two months now.