Next in the gallery:

May 21 - August 28, 2022
 

gosh! Pictures and books for wide awake children

Kristina Andres
 

We cordially invite you and your friends to the opening of the exhibition on Saturday, May 21, 2022, at 11:00 a.m.

Speaker: Thomas Gallien, chief editor at Hinstorff Verlag Rostock

Kristina Andres
 

Kristina Andres was born in Greifswald in 1971. After studying art history and literature for a few semesters in Hamburg, she switched to the University of Fine Arts there, where she completed her diploma in fine arts with a focus on painting/drawing under Olav Christopher Jenssen.

Since 2002 she has been working as a freelance artist. Her numerous children's books have received several awards, including from the German Academy for Children's and Young Adult Literature.

There will be special offers for children during the exhibition.

In the museum

Online exhibition 30 years Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum on April 27, 2021

 

 

 

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In the gallery

gosh! Pictures and books for wide awake children

Kristina Andres

May 21 - August 28, 2022

opening of the exhibition on Saturday, May 21, 2022, at 11:00 a.m.

 

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Poet in residence

55. Poet in residence

Stefanie Oswalt

From February to June 2022

Stefanie Oswalt has a doctorate in history and is a publicist. In addition to a reader on the Weltbühne, she has published biographical books with and about the journalist Ari Rath and the pediatrician and psychotherapist Eva Umlauf.

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In the carriage house

Michael Breier

Of cities, landscapes and a goose

April 14 - June 12, 2022

free entry

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In the archive showcase

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Archive showcase

„If I would not be Peter Panter, I would like to be a bookcover in  Malik Publishing house.“ – Kurt Tucholsky and the Malik Publishing house

from May 18th, 2022

 

Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum on museum-digital.de

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Alfred Wegener Museum

Since 2009 the Alfred Wegener Museum in Zechlinerhütte belongs to our department.
As a child Alfred Wegener (1880-1930) spent his vacations there. He was a "Viking of science" who wanted to discover the secrets of nature with his own observations. He founded the theory of plate tectonics and undertook four trips to the polar region. He died during his great Greenland expedition in 1930.
The museum presents the life of the researcher and raises awareness of questions about climate change.

 

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