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Berlin Weekend for Democracy

The Humboldt Forum has a long and eventful history, which is evident at every turn. Since the Middle Ages, the rulers have presented themselves here and resistance against them has often been formed here.

Besucher:innen der Ausstellung BERLIN GLOBAL beim Rad der Geschichte, einem Display-Tisch, im Raum Revolution
Besucher:innen der Ausstellung BERLIN GLOBAL beim Rad der Geschichte, einem Display-Tisch, im Raum Revolution © Kulturprojekte Berlin und Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin / Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss, Foto: Alexander Schippel

The curators of the "History of the Place" were faced with special questions when developing the exhibition spaces: How can the character of this place be made tangible? How can one bring long-destroyed buildings back into consciousness? Which themes and objects of the past should be presented? And in what way should they be presented?

With the curatorial tour, a curator provides very individual insights into the history of the place. In this way, the guided tour also enables reflection on how history is "made". It encourages discussion about images of history and the representation of the past - in a place that was once a center of power.

The last stop is the "Revolution" room of the BERLIN GOBAL exhibition. Here the two live speakers will each give a short impulse and afterwards there will be room for questions.

Participants: Alfred Hagemann, Judith Prokasky, Livespeaker Stadtmuseum Berlin Global

- free of charge
- Meeting place: Foyer
- Language: German

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