Larissa Förster and Margareta von Oswald participate with a talk titled ‘The ‘Restitution Report’ – What’s at stake?’ at the conference ‘Sensitive Heritage – Ethnographic Museums and Material/Immaterial Restitutions‘. It will take place at the GRASSI Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig from December 12th – 13th.
The TRACES project ‘DEAD IMAGES’ is part of the exhibition ‘The Dead, as
far as [ ] can remember’. It runs from 9 November 2018 until 19 January 2019 at the Tieranatomisches Theater.
Larissa Förster zu Provenienzforschung (in German)
Congratulations to our partner, the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, on receiving 660 million Euro from the German federal parliament for the next 10 years! With this allowance, it will be possible to develop a forum for research and communication for the natural and life sciences and expand the displays for visitors. Find out more here (in German).
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Feel invited to have a look at our Reflections page where you’ll find out about the emerging subject of provenance in the Multaka-guided tours at the Pergamon Museum (Rikke Gram), a step in the process of Decolonising Berlin’s Streets (Duane Jethro), and how Callum Fischer experienced the Dead Images conference and exhibition.