November 2019

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    Thursday, 27. June 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 1. December 2019 - 18:00

    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America
    The exhibition presents the life of the indigenous peoples of North America as shown in posters largely from period from the 1970s to today.
    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America

    Opening: Wednesday, 26th June, 7pm


    Posters are documents of material culture and a mirror of the social and political worlds in which they were created. This exhibition showcases approximately 100 posters from the 1970s to today to explore specific aspects of the life of indigenous peoples between the Artic and the south of the USA. The topics addressed include, e.g., the importance of heritage and identity, health, the role of education and the military, and problems of domestic violence.


    The exhibition in the Weltkulturen Museum's Labor will be curated by anthropology students at the Goethe University Frankfurt in the context of a seminar by Dr. Markus Lindner (The Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology).


    Participating students of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main: Leonore Bittner, Alexandra Buzesteanu, Betelihem Fisshaye, Laura Haas, Lieselotte Illig, Martin Nadarzinski, Alessa Sänger, Flóra Sebö, Convin Splettsen, Linda Thielmann and Catharina Wallwaey


    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt


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    #Posted #Plakatiert



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    Thursday, 24. October 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 30. August 2020 - 18:00

    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration
    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.
    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration





    Opening: Wednesday, 23rd October, 7pm


    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?


    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29, 60594 Frankfurt


    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



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    Thursday, 27. June 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 1. December 2019 - 18:00

    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America
    The exhibition presents the life of the indigenous peoples of North America as shown in posters largely from period from the 1970s to today.
    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America

    Opening: Wednesday, 26th June, 7pm


    Posters are documents of material culture and a mirror of the social and political worlds in which they were created. This exhibition showcases approximately 100 posters from the 1970s to today to explore specific aspects of the life of indigenous peoples between the Artic and the south of the USA. The topics addressed include, e.g., the importance of heritage and identity, health, the role of education and the military, and problems of domestic violence.


    The exhibition in the Weltkulturen Museum's Labor will be curated by anthropology students at the Goethe University Frankfurt in the context of a seminar by Dr. Markus Lindner (The Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology).


    Participating students of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main: Leonore Bittner, Alexandra Buzesteanu, Betelihem Fisshaye, Laura Haas, Lieselotte Illig, Martin Nadarzinski, Alessa Sänger, Flóra Sebö, Convin Splettsen, Linda Thielmann and Catharina Wallwaey


    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt


    Follow us on
    @weltkulturen.museum and @plakatiert_posted
    #Posted #Plakatiert



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    Thursday, 24. October 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 30. August 2020 - 18:00

    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration
    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.
    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration





    Opening: Wednesday, 23rd October, 7pm


    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?


    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29, 60594 Frankfurt


    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



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    Thursday, 27. June 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 1. December 2019 - 18:00

    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America
    The exhibition presents the life of the indigenous peoples of North America as shown in posters largely from period from the 1970s to today.
    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America

    Opening: Wednesday, 26th June, 7pm


    Posters are documents of material culture and a mirror of the social and political worlds in which they were created. This exhibition showcases approximately 100 posters from the 1970s to today to explore specific aspects of the life of indigenous peoples between the Artic and the south of the USA. The topics addressed include, e.g., the importance of heritage and identity, health, the role of education and the military, and problems of domestic violence.


    The exhibition in the Weltkulturen Museum's Labor will be curated by anthropology students at the Goethe University Frankfurt in the context of a seminar by Dr. Markus Lindner (The Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology).


    Participating students of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main: Leonore Bittner, Alexandra Buzesteanu, Betelihem Fisshaye, Laura Haas, Lieselotte Illig, Martin Nadarzinski, Alessa Sänger, Flóra Sebö, Convin Splettsen, Linda Thielmann and Catharina Wallwaey


    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt


    Follow us on
    @weltkulturen.museum and @plakatiert_posted
    #Posted #Plakatiert



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    Thursday, 24. October 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 30. August 2020 - 18:00

    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration
    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.
    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration





    Opening: Wednesday, 23rd October, 7pm


    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?


    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29, 60594 Frankfurt


    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



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    Thursday, 27. June 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 1. December 2019 - 18:00

    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America
    The exhibition presents the life of the indigenous peoples of North America as shown in posters largely from period from the 1970s to today.
    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America

    Opening: Wednesday, 26th June, 7pm


    Posters are documents of material culture and a mirror of the social and political worlds in which they were created. This exhibition showcases approximately 100 posters from the 1970s to today to explore specific aspects of the life of indigenous peoples between the Artic and the south of the USA. The topics addressed include, e.g., the importance of heritage and identity, health, the role of education and the military, and problems of domestic violence.


    The exhibition in the Weltkulturen Museum's Labor will be curated by anthropology students at the Goethe University Frankfurt in the context of a seminar by Dr. Markus Lindner (The Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology).


    Participating students of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main: Leonore Bittner, Alexandra Buzesteanu, Betelihem Fisshaye, Laura Haas, Lieselotte Illig, Martin Nadarzinski, Alessa Sänger, Flóra Sebö, Convin Splettsen, Linda Thielmann and Catharina Wallwaey


    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt


    Follow us on
    @weltkulturen.museum and @plakatiert_posted
    #Posted #Plakatiert



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    Thursday, 24. October 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 30. August 2020 - 18:00

    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration
    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.
    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration





    Opening: Wednesday, 23rd October, 7pm


    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?


    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29, 60594 Frankfurt


    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



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    Thursday, 27. June 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 1. December 2019 - 18:00

    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America
    The exhibition presents the life of the indigenous peoples of North America as shown in posters largely from period from the 1970s to today.
    POSTED! Reflections of Native North America

    Opening: Wednesday, 26th June, 7pm


    Posters are documents of material culture and a mirror of the social and political worlds in which they were created. This exhibition showcases approximately 100 posters from the 1970s to today to explore specific aspects of the life of indigenous peoples between the Artic and the south of the USA. The topics addressed include, e.g., the importance of heritage and identity, health, the role of education and the military, and problems of domestic violence.


    The exhibition in the Weltkulturen Museum's Labor will be curated by anthropology students at the Goethe University Frankfurt in the context of a seminar by Dr. Markus Lindner (The Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology).


    Participating students of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main: Leonore Bittner, Alexandra Buzesteanu, Betelihem Fisshaye, Laura Haas, Lieselotte Illig, Martin Nadarzinski, Alessa Sänger, Flóra Sebö, Convin Splettsen, Linda Thielmann and Catharina Wallwaey


    Weltkulturen Labor, Schaumainkai 37, 60594 Frankfurt


    Follow us on
    @weltkulturen.museum and @plakatiert_posted
    #Posted #Plakatiert



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    Thursday, 24. October 2019 - 11:00 to Sunday, 30. August 2020 - 18:00

    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration
    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.
    WORLDS IN MOTION. Narrating Migration





    Opening: Wednesday, 23rd October, 7pm


    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?


    Weltkulturen Museum, Schaumainkai 29, 60594 Frankfurt


    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



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