Frankfurt am Main | 07 September 2021. P3 Logistic Parks, a leading developer and long-term owner of logistics properties in Europe, is the official partner of the Bedburg Art Mile. The event will take place in Bedburg on Saturday, 11 September and Sunday, 12 September. The exhibition and benefit festival offer visitors an insight into the cultural scene and promote local artists.

Under the motto "Bridge Over Troubled Water", 25 artists will exhibit their works on the Bedburg bridges during the KunstMeile, which will temporarily bear their names. Young people from the region are also contributing to the project by painting the first work of art already unveiled, a wooden bridge, and staging it in a music video. The artistic directors behind the project are Dieter Kirchenbauer and Ákos Sziráki, while P3 Logistic Parks is supporting the event as a partner.

Sönke Kewitz, Managing Director of P3 Logistic Parks Germany, says: "Local artists are particularly affected by the restrictions of the pandemic. But culture is not a luxury we can do without if necessary. Culture is what makes life worth living. The Bedburg KunstMeile makes an important contribution to this, also helps disadvantaged families and is a real highlight for the people in the region. As one of the local businesses, we want to support that."

The KunstMeile hosts lectures, art exhibitions and theatre performances. Local musicians also organise the well-known benefit festival "Auf!..Bedburg!", the proceeds are donated to economically disadvantaged people. In addition, the KunstMeile music project organises a final concert.

To promote social life and social commitment, P3 Logistic Parks regularly supports local projects at its sites. P3 measures its entrepreneurial success not only by economic goals, but also by ecological and social results. This philosophy also includes actively promoting the community in cities and municipalities. As a locally rooted company, P3 recently supported three non-profit associations in the Frankfurt area that were particularly affected by the pandemic measures.

More information on the Bedburg Art Mile can be found here: