Brunch and literary city walk with exhibition visit (on site)
A tour in the footsteps of a famous Berlin woman: the "Suppenlina" Lina Morgenstern. A tasty brunch including a reading about the life and work of this extraordinary Jewish woman of the 19th century. Birgitt Claus, director of the Museum Café, will introduce her through selected texts by Lina Morgenstern and the poet Dagmar Nick, a relative of the women's rights activist, peace activist and author.
During the subsequent guided walk through Kreuzberg, the guests will also get to know the places where Lina Morgenstern worked and enjoy a soup from "Lina's Kitchen". Afterwards, they can visit the exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin.
The event takes place in cooperation with eßkultur.
10:30 a.m. Admission
11 a.m. Brunch with reading
Bread, butter, cheese, cream cheese variations, homemade jam, smoked fish mousse, beet carpaccio, boiled beef salad, omelette, apple rice pudding. In addition, a changing hot main course.
12:15-13:45 Literary walk to Oranienplatz with soup and cake made from Lina's recipes.
Afterwards a visit to the museum is possible.
Lina Morgenstern, born in 1830, was a remarkable woman whose social commitment had a significant impact on life in Berlin in her time. In 1866, the mother of five founded the first Berlin soup kitchen, followed by nine others. She initiated the first International Women's Congress in 1896, campaigned for women's education and the founding of kindergartens. She also wrote stories for children, cookbooks and educational literature.
(Program in German)
Meeting point: Old building ground floor, museum café Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin
Price info: 35 € (without drinks, incl. exhibition visit)
Booking: Online registration
Jüdisches Museum Berlin