Polish-German Borders

We live in the world full of borders. Surrounded by them we cross them every day or avoid them as unachievable obstacles. Some borders are very physical like rivers, country boards, seashores etc., but some are invisible. The project is to explore the problem of Polish-German borders on many different levels with the aim to […]

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Exchanges with Neighbors

The concept „Exchanges with the Neighbors“ includes a series of conversations that will take place online and at regular intervals. This format is an opportunity to introduce institutions and their special fields of activity and also serves as an informal exchange among the participants. The invited institutions present projects, special interests or current issues on […]

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Migration in Different Ways

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. – Lao Tzu In autumn 2020, the German Museums Association and National Institute for Museums and Polic Collections in Poland built a road. During the first workshop of the German-Polish Museums Dialogue, a small group – randomly thrown together in a virtual discussion room – […]

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Careful Relations

Polish-German relations need to be handled with care. Speeches have to be carefully worded, symbols chosen carefully in order not to risk what has been achieved over the decades. Two of the main pillars of these Careful relations are care for humans and care for objects: On the one hand, Polish care-workers have been stabilizing […]

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Juliane Haubold-Stolle

Historian, works as a curator and museum worker in Berlin. Since June 2020 Exhibition Curator, Exposition at the East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall Foundation)   other projects were „Gurs 1940“ (Haus der Wannseekonferenz, project assistent and coordinator), „Exclusion. Archeology of Nazi Forced Labour Camps“ (Dokumentationszentrum NS-Zwangsarbeit der Topographie des Terrors, Curator and scientific assistant), Learning German […]

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Natalia Byczyńska

Graduated from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She has a master of history (the Faculty of Historical Studies). In 2016, holds a post-graduate degree in pedagogy (the Faculty of Educational Studies). She has worked with the Regional Museum in Wągrowiec since 2014. Coordinator of the University of the Third Age (Regional Section). She is […]

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Linn Kroneck

Art historian. Born 1985 in Suhl. Studied art education, art history and English in Leipzig, Leicester and Jena. Dissertation on art in the GDR. 2015-2019 Lei[1]terin of the graphic arts museum Stiftung Schreiner Bad Steben. Since 2020 director and curator at the Brandenburg State Museum of Modern Art.

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Marie-Christin Krüger

Is a research assistant in the regional and municipal museum of Luebben (spree forest), where she is in charge of the curation of new special exhibitions and the museum education. The museum welcomes about 10.000 visitors each year (2019) and is dedicated to the cultural history of Luebben, Lower Lusatia and the Spree forest. Her […]

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Jan Malecha

Staff member of the Education Department Studied European Studies and European History in Chemnitz and Toruń (PL), M.A. 2007, 2007-2009 staff member at the Kreisau Foundation for European Understanding (PL), Since 2010, educator at the Buchenwald Memorial, 2014 educational work at schools in USA. Main focus: Poland and Eastern Europe. Publications: – 12.11.1989 Short History […]

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Katharina Zeiher

A political scientist by training, I am working as a curator and researcher for exhibitions on 20th century history. Most of my work has centered on the history violence during National Socialism and the Second World War. Other projects of mine are, however, concerned with more recent political, social and cultural issues. In any case, […]

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Natalie Reinsch

M.A. in Contemporary History, Medieval History and Political Science, May 2014, Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen Research assistant for the project „Heimat. Herkunft. Heute“ of the Museum Association of Lower Saxony and Bremen, since June 2020. The project deals with the safeguarding of Lower Saxony’s home collections of refugees and expellees from the former eastern […]

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Babette Weber

Based in county Elbe-Elster, South-western part Brandenburg, Germany. Studied history and history of art at the Universities of Halle-Wittenberg and Edinburgh, holds a M.A. from Halle University. Following this, trained as a journalist and worked many years as a freelancer for museums and in marketing. Started working full time as a research assistant for the […]

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Verena Hein

Is Head of Collections Painting/Sculpture and curator at Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie in Regensburg since February 2020. As Head of Exhibitions at the Museum Villa Stuck in Munich, she has curated exhibitions such as “Efrat Natan & Nahum Tevet” (2018), “Abbas Akhavan” (2017), “Sylvie Fleury. My Life on the Road” (2016) or “Common Grounds“ (with DAAR, […]

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Tim S. Müller

Tim S. Müller was born in Erlabrunn in the Ore Mountains in 1979. He studied Modern and Contemporary History, Economic and Social History and Art History at the Technical University of Dresden and the University of Vienna. From 2006 to 2015, he was an academic assistant at the history department of the Brandenburg University of […]

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Monika Widzicka

Chief cataloguer in the Museum of Urban Engineering in Krakow, historian and ethnologist. She was responsible for collection management, curating temporary and permanent exhibitions, organizing workshops and lectures, project management. She gained experience as a museum coordinator in European projects: Work with Sounds (2013-2015, EU-programme Culture), Sounds of Changes (2017-2019, Creative Europe), Knowledge Lab: creating […]

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Alina Kokoschka

Is a curator, writer, and researcher. She currently works for the museum and columbarium „Die Eiche“ (Lübeck), focusing on the relation of art and grief, objects and loss. She holds a PhD in Islamic Studies and investigates contemporary Islam at the intersection of things, images, and script  Beyond her philosophically informed approach, Kokoschka has a keen interest […]

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Katarzyna Zielińska

I was born in Poland. I am a historian, cultural animator and educator. I am working at the Museum of Urban Engineering, where I am a Head of the Education and Exhibition Service Department. I work with a very creative and clever Team.   For the last 10 years, I have carried out many educational projects […]

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Andrzej Hoja

  Studied history at the University of Gdansk where he earned his Ph.D. in 2014. From 2011 he has been involved as a curator in works on the permanent and temporary exhibitions in Pomeranian State Museum, Greifswald, Gdynia City Museum, Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, Museum of Kashubian-Pomeranian Literature and Music in […]

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Barbara Gołębiowska

Museologist, educator, art historian. Head of the Education Department at the Józef Piłsudski Museum in Sulejówek, former educator in National Museum in Warsaw. She graduated in art history at the University of Warsaw, as well as post-graduate studies in the protection of cultural heritage at the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. […]

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Beata Kiszel

Beata Kiszel – was born in Tarnowskie Góry, a town that was entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List three years ago. She is glad to be able to work at the museum because she loves the history of her hometown. She graduated from pedagogical studies at the University of Silesia in Katowice and postgraduate […]

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Dominik Płaza

                Education 2015  Phd Mesolithic in Kuyavia Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Science Warsaw. Supervisor: Zofia Sulgostowska. Reviewers: Prof. Stefan Karol Kozłowski, Prof. Michał Kobusiewicz. 2005  Master of art in archaeology Institute of Archaeology University of Lodz: Technological analisys of flint materials from Jastrzebia Góra […]

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