Since 2014, the Kurt Tucholsky Literature Museum has participated in a pilot project of the Brandenburg Museum Association and has electronically processed the first objects from our collections and placed them on the collection platform Museum Digital. Due to ongoing digitization, nearly 250 exhibits from the Kurt Tucholsky collection and nearly 50 exhibits from the Alfred Wegener collection are now accessible online.
Guiding principle of the museum
At the center of our work is collecting, preserving, researching, and presenting materials on the life and work of Kurt Tucholsky. In accordance with our social task, we work actively with Tucholsky as a model for the spirit of tolerance and understanding. By focusing on Kurt Tucholsky and the literary publications of the Weimar Republic, we place ourselves in the Enlightenment and democratic tradition that addresses the intellectual standards and everyday problems of modern humanity. The guideline of our activity is always the international ICOM code of ethnics for museums.