August 2020

  • Saturday, 8. August 2020 - 15:00
    GUIDED TOUR
    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Lieselotte Illig
    Δ GUIDED TOUR

    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”

    With Lieselotte Illig

    People have always been on the move, all around the world. As they move, they also take with them their lifestyles, language, music, and arts and crafts. Much of what is reputedly ‘authentic’ for a culture turns out, at second glance, to be an ‘import’.

    Starting from its own collections, the Weltkulturen Museum raises associative questions highlighting how the world’s diversity of cultures has always existed in a process of exchange. From historical settlement movements, labour migration or globalisation – people and their diverse cultures have always been in a process of constant exchange. Is migration really only a reaction to or a cause of problems – or far more a key driver for new forms of community in a constantly changing world?

    Lieselotte Illig leads through the exhibition and gives insights into it's developement.




    Please registrate:

    Remaining tickets may be bought at the same day of the guided tour at the box office.



    €7 / €3.50
    Costs of the tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

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  • Wednesday, 12. August 2020 - 18:00
    GUIDED TOUR
    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Claudia Gaia
    Δ GUIDED TOUR

    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”

    With Claudia Gaia

    People have always been on the move, all around the world. As they move, they also take with them their lifestyles, language, music, and arts and crafts. Much of what is reputedly ‘authentic’ for a culture turns out, at second glance, to be an ‘import’.

    Starting from its own collections, the Weltkulturen Museum raises associative questions highlighting how the world’s diversity of cultures has always existed in a process of exchange. From historical settlement movements, labour migration or globalisation – people and their diverse cultures have always been in a process of constant exchange. Is migration really only a reaction to or a cause of problems – or far more a key driver for new forms of community in a constantly changing world?

    Claudia Gaia leads through the exhibition and gives insights into it's developement.




    Please registrate:

    Remaining tickets may be bought at the same day of the guided tour at the box office.



    €7 / €3.50
    Costs of the tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

    schließen
  • Wednesday, 19. August 2020 - 19:00
    LECTURE
    “​Detained in port – when a rescue ship cannot rescue”​
    FULLY BOOKED!
    With Adrian Pourviseh, Sea-Watch crew
    Δ LECTURE

    “Detained in port – when a rescue ship cannot rescue”

    With Adrian Pourviseh, Sea-Watch crew

    Adrian Pourviseh was present on two Sea-Watch 3 missions in 2019. On both occasions, the Italian authorities obstructed the departure of the rescue ship with nitpicking and bureaucratic hurdles, as is currently the case again.

    As part of the crew, who stayed ready to depart every day, Adrian felt first hand how saving lives from drowning became a political issue. In his diary he illustrated his feelings and the everyday events on a sea rescue ship prevented from rescuing lives.

    In his lecture, Pourviseh explains the work of Sea-Watch, the exhibited diary entries and shows unpublished illustrations of moments on the ship. He takes a look into the future, exploring how the climate crisis may cause further flight movements - and why it must be talked about everywhere in 2020.




    Please registrate:



    €3 / reduced €1.50
    Cost of lecture included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37

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  • Sunday, 23. August 2020 - 15:00
    GUIDED TOUR
    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Berit Mohr
    Δ GUIDED TOUR

    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”

    With Berit Mohr

    People have always been on the move, all around the world. As they move, they also take with them their lifestyles, language, music, and arts and crafts. Much of what is reputedly ‘authentic’ for a culture turns out, at second glance, to be an ‘import’.

    Starting from its own collections, the Weltkulturen Museum raises associative questions highlighting how the world’s diversity of cultures has always existed in a process of exchange. From historical settlement movements, labour migration or globalisation – people and their diverse cultures have always been in a process of constant exchange. Is migration really only a reaction to or a cause of problems – or far more a key driver for new forms of community in a constantly changing world?

    Berit Mohr leads through the exhibition and gives insights into it's developement.




    Please registrate:

    Remaining tickets may be bought at the same day of the guided tour at the box office.



    €7 / €3.50
    Costs of the tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

    schließen
  • Saturday, 29. August 2020 - 15:00
    GUIDED TOUR
    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Rachel Etse
    Δ GUIDED TOUR

    Through the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”

    With Rachel Etse

    People have always been on the move, all around the world. As they move, they also take with them their lifestyles, language, music, and arts and crafts. Much of what is reputedly ‘authentic’ for a culture turns out, at second glance, to be an ‘import’.

    Starting from its own collections, the Weltkulturen Museum raises associative questions highlighting how the world’s diversity of cultures has always existed in a process of exchange. From historical settlement movements, labour migration or globalisation – people and their diverse cultures have always been in a process of constant exchange. Is migration really only a reaction to or a cause of problems – or far more a key driver for new forms of community in a constantly changing world?

    Rachel Etse leads through the exhibition and gives insights into it's developement.




    Please registrate:

    Remaining tickets may be bought at the same day of the guided tour at the box office.



    €7 / €3.50
    Costs of the tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

    schließen
  • Sunday, 30. August 2020 - 11:00 to 18:00
    FINISSAGE
    “SW5Y - Five years of civil sea rescue”
    Δ FINISSAGE

    “SW5Y - Five years of civil sea rescue”

    Talks, lectures and more.

    More information coming soon.

    SW5Y cooperation between Sea-Watch e.V. and the Weltkulturen Museum.

    Learn more about the exhibition here.



    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37

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