January 2020

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  • Saturday, 4. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Berit Mohr
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
  • Sunday, 5. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Lieselotte Illig
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
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  • Wednesday, 8. January 2020 - 18:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Claudia Gaida
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Claudia Gaida


    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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
  • Saturday, 11. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Berit Mohr
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
  • Sunday, 12. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Severine Meier
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Severine Meier


    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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
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  • Wednesday, 15. January 2020 - 18:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Rachel Etse
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
  • Saturday, 18. January 2020 - 15:00
    CURATOR'S GUIDED TOUR
    „An Ode to Women“
    With Vanessa von Gliszczynski (curator South East Asia)
    CURATOR'S GUIDED TOUR





    „An Ode to Women“
    With Vanessa von Gliszczynski (curator South East Asia)


    With “Mahina. An Ode to Women”, Vanessa von Gliszczynski, curator South East Asia at the Weltkulturen Museum, presents a photo project by the artist collective Teru. In her guided tour through the current exhibition “Worlds in Motion”, she discusses the question how especially women in the diaspora deal with cultural elements from their culture of origin. Creative handling and the reinterpretation of cultural elements combine the Mahina project with the exhibition room “music with a migration history”: “How do musical instruments change when they come into contact with other cultures. Are there 'authentic' instruments or is everything part of a constant flow?"



    7 € / 3,50 €
    Costs of the tour included in admission fee.

     
  • Sunday, 19. January 2020 -
    15:00 to 17:00

    WORKSHOP FOR KIDS
    “Stars, snails and birds”
    WORKSHOP FOR KIDS

    “Stars, snails and birds”


    How can the captains of ships navigate without a compass and sextant? Who or what helps them find their way across the high seas? In a visit to the exhibition “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”, we take a look at other ways of navigating. Afterwards, we make our own personal map with our main orientation points. Workshop with exhibition tour for children aged six and above.



    For children aged six and above. €6. No registration required.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
    Sunday, 19. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Lieselotte Illig
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
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  • Wednesday, 22. January 2020 - 18:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Berit Mohr
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
  • Saturday, 25. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Berit Mohr
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
    Saturday, 25. January 2020 -
    19:30 to 21:00

    THEATERPERFORMANCE AT THE EXHIBITION WORLDS IN MOTION
    SWOP
    FROM•THERE•TO•HERE•TO•OVER•THERE
    Youth performance project of Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt
    THEATER PERFORMANCE AT THE EXHIBITION WORLDS IN MOTION

    SWOP
    FROM
    •THERE•TOHERETO•OVER•THERE
    Youth performance project of Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt


    We are in movement. We take our languages, cultures and lifestyles with us. At the ready or tucked away in our backpacks. What do we take with us, what do we keep, what do we exchange – and above all how?


    Inspired by the “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration” exhibition and in cooperation with Weltkulturen Museum’s education programme, Junges Schauspiel is working with a young ensemble of performers to explore the phenomenon of cultural exchange. Between self-positioning and ascription, the young people negotiate cultural identities, trace the routes of exhibits, and investigate the driving force of the motor of migration.


    Concept and direction: Martina Droste und Anna Stoß (Junges Schauspiel), Dramaturgy: Stephanie Endter (Education Weltkulturen Museum)


    Tickets: www.schauspielfrankfurt.de/spielplan/swop/



    SOLD OUT. Maybe leftover tickets at the box office at Weltkulturen Museum.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
  • Sunday, 26. January 2020 - 15:00
    EXHIBITION TOUR
    “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration”
    With Lieselotte Illig
    EXHIBITON TOUR

    “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?


    Artists and participants:
    Adams Bodomo, Behrouz Boochani and Arash Kamali Sarvestani, Artist Collective Teru, Shahram Entekhabi, Edzard Herlyn and Thomas Hoeren, Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt, Karinding Keos, Phyllis Kiehl, Ella Knorz, Mansuela, Gora Mbengue, Yasemin Niephaus, José Oliveira, participants of the workshop „stories that matter“, Rajery und 3MA, Safransirup, Wiparat Sukatorn, Felix Schwarz, Takayuki Tamura, Daniel Traub with Wu Yong Fu and Zeng Xian Fang, Cliff Whiting



    €7 / €3,50
    Costs of tour included in admission fee.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
    Sunday, 26. January 2020 -
    19:30 to 21:00

    THEATERPERFORMANCE AT THE EXHIBITION WORLDS IN MOTION
    SWOP
    FROM•THERE•TO•HERE•TO•OVER•THERE
    Performance project of Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt
    THEATERPERFORMANCE AT THE EXHIBITION WORLDS IN MOTION

    SWOP
    FROM
    •THERE•TOHERETO•OVER•THERE
    Youth performance project of Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt


    We are in movement. We take our languages, cultures and lifestyles with us. At the ready or tucked away in our backpacks. What do we take with us, what do we keep, what do we exchange – and above all how?


    Inspired by the “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration” exhibition and in cooperation with Weltkulturen Museum’s education programme, Junges Schauspiel is working with a young ensemble of performers to explore the phenomenon of cultural exchange. Between self-positioning and ascription, the young people negotiate cultural identities, trace the routes of exhibits, and investigate the driving force of the motor of migration.


    Concept and direction: Martina Droste und Anna Stoß (Junges Schauspiel), Dramaturgy: Stephanie Endter (Education Weltkulturen Museum)


    Tickets: www.schauspielfrankfurt.de/spielplan/swop/



    SOLD OUT. Maybe leftover tickets at the box office at Weltkulturen Museum.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29

     
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  • Friday, 31. January 2020 -
    19:30 to 21:00

    THEATERPERFORMANCE AT THE EXHIBITION WORLDS IN MOTION
    SWOP
    FROM•THERE•TO•HERE•TO•OVER•THERE
    Performance project of Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt
    THEATERPERFORMANCE AT THE EXHIBITION WORLDS IN MOTION

    SWOP
    FROM
    •THERE•TOHERETO•OVER•THERE
    Youth performance project of Junges Schauspiel Frankfurt


    We are in movement. We take our languages, cultures and lifestyles with us. At the ready or tucked away in our backpacks. What do we take with us, what do we keep, what do we exchange – and above all how?


    Inspired by the “WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration” exhibition and in cooperation with Weltkulturen Museum’s education programme, Junges Schauspiel is working with a young ensemble of performers to explore the phenomenon of cultural exchange. Between self-positioning and ascription, the young people negotiate cultural identities, trace the routes of exhibits, and investigate the driving force of the motor of migration.


    Concept and direction: Martina Droste und Anna Stoß (Junges Schauspiel), Dramaturgy: Stephanie Endter (Education Weltkulturen Museum)


    Tickets: www.schauspielfrankfurt.de/spielplan/swop/



    SOLD OUT. Maybe leftover tickets at the box office at Weltkulturen Museum.
    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29