- Archive Workshop in the Jewish Museum Berlin
© Jewish Museum Berlin, Ingo Drumm/ Nadja Rentzsch
How does an object make it into the Museum?
Numerous collections of individuals and families are kept in the Jewish Museum Berlin archive. Certificates, letters, manuscripts, photographs, and everyday objects from work and home tell of the lives and fates of the German Jews.
Guided by museum educators, the young people will explore themes such as emigration or daily life under the Nazis using archival material. Writing explanatory texts on the findings and making suggestions as to how they should be exhibited will be part of the presentations, thus offering insight into museum work as a profession.
Working with original materials makes this dip into the history and culture of German Jews a deeply personal one that goes far beyond the general historical context. A theme-oriented tour can be added to the workshop on request.
Eyewitnesses and others will be traveling to us from the United States, England, Israel, and Switzerland between April and June 2016.
The workshop is sponsored by the foundation “Remembrance - Responsibility - Future.”
Those who want to learn more about the Jewish Museum Berlin archive will find it presented in detail in the website area “Museum on Site.”
April – June 2016
Academy of the Jewish Museum Berlin
Grades 9 to 13
Number of participants
10 to a maximum of 20 participants
5 hours (including break)
70 euros (including admission)
The workshop will take place in German.
Jörg Waßmer - Archive
Tel.: +49 (0)30 259 93 332
Fax: +49 (0)30 259 93 409