Embassy of MongoliaR9 Traditional Mongolian specialties - Buuds, Aarul, Airag and more.
Museum of Decorative ArtsR1 R3 R4 R5 Lothar Lambacher, curator for the Middle Ages and deputy director of the museum, on the centrepiece of the Middle Ages section.
Bertelsmann Unter den Linden 1R1 R7 Harald Martenstein continues his great chronicle of Germany today, portioned into witty texts about politics, everyday life, getting old. Anyone who wants to understand this country has to read what Martenstein has to say.
18:00-19:00, 20:00-21:00, 22:00-23:00, 00:00-01:00
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 Insights into the zoological taxidermy workshop
German Historical MuseumR1 R7 With curator Babette Quinkert
MocTA - Museum of contemporary TrashArtR1 R2 MocTA celebrates its 7th birthday in the new space at Hackesche Markt. Join the party!
The KennedysR5 Thomas Steg was the deputy parliamentary spokesperson from 2002 to 2009 and is now a communications consultant responsible for Volkswagen's international PR. What does a communications and media expert make of John F. Kennedy's self-staging in the magazines and the then new medium, television? To what extent did Kennedy set standards in political communication, and what challenges do politicians face today?
Stasi Museum BerlinR2 Employees talk about the destruction of documents and the arduous reconstruction process. Interested visitors can put together the pieces of a file puzzle.
KulturforumR1 R3 R4 R5 Premiere of the documentary (ARTE/rbb) about the life and work of the Florentine artist, whose pictures continue to inspire art, fashion and advertising to this day. After the film there will be a discussion with the film scriptwriter Grit Lederer and Prof. Dr. Bernd Lindemann, director of the Gemäldegalerie, hosted by Maria Ossowski (rbb).
22:00-22:20, 23:00-23:20, 00:00-00:20
St. Matthäus-KircheR1 R3 R4 R5 Lothar Knappe plays works by Ernst Köhler, Sigfrid Karg-Elert, Makiko Nishikaze and Ralf Hoyer.
Museum für Naturkunde BerlinR5 How does the internet change how we see natural history objects and how can natural history museums use the internet to present their collections? We show how insects can be captured digitally in high resolution to make the wonderful world of these little critters visible.
Vivantes - Ausstellung »totgeschwiegen«The special exhibition is dedicated to the former clinic cemetery. Those who are interested can take an evening stroll across the cemetery.
18:00-18:20, 19:00-19:20, 20:00-20:20, 21:00-21:20, 22:00-22:20, 23:00-23:20, 00:00-00:20, 01:00-01:20
Berlin Story Museum and BunkerR4 The curators guide visitors through the exhibition and draw attention to exciting exhibits. They introduce the bunker rooms and explain what befell the people who gathered here.
Museum for Communication BerlinR4 R7 The media as an instrument of power? Since ancient times monopolies were exploited, media and information manipulated. Learn more about the influence of mass media and its development.
Museum for Communication BerlinR4 R7 We're planning two new friends for our ball-playing robots. Paint of build your own robot and win a great prize!
Werkbund Archive – A Museum of ThingsR4 In the museum there is a rule of order: 15,000 collected and exhibited objects – that means constant sorting, cleaning, categorising. But how can you deal with untidiness in daily life? A tidiness coach explains how to keep things in an orderly fashion and how to help people who sink into chaos. He also makes a suggestion about how we can tidy up the museum.
Domäne DahlemR6 We're investigating what happens in farming when it gets dark, and how plants and animals prepare themselves for the night.
Schwules Museum*R3 Goodyn Green is a Danish photographer and queer porn filmmaker living and working in Berlin. Her work "Women" is part of the exhibition Homosexuality_ies. This project is a series of portraits of people who identify as women, but who are frequently mistaken for another gender, harassed or insulted in public or within their families.
German Historical MuseumR1 R7 Guided Tour in English
Stasi Museum BerlinR2 Instructions for how to search an apartment or follow someone show how the surveillance system worked in everyday GDR life.
Museum der Unerhörten DingeAt a time when wishing still helped, there lived a man in a small hut on the Eider river. He was the lock keeper Hannes Dauß. When he wasn't helping boats through the lock, he was playing “Music for a Lock” on his wooden flute – so beautifully that people came from far and wide to listen. As they heard him play they nudged each other and whispered: “Upon my word!” [a play on words in German]
18:30-18:30, 19:30-20:00, 21:00-21:30
KnoblauchhausR1 R2 The curator Jan Mende demonstrates the impressive musical clock from 1797. Afterwards Imke Küster shows visitors that everyday life in the Biedermeier period wasn't always so sensible and respectable (“bieder”).
St. Matthäus-KircheR1 R3 R4 R5 The artist, who has lived in Berlin since 1994, talks to Anne-Catherine Jüdes from the St. Matthäus Foundation about her painting and her personal experiences with war and destruction.