Dawn of the Modern Age – Jews in the German Empire and the Weimar Republic
Workshop for Students Aged 14 to 18
Working in small groups, students use exhibition objects to reconstruct the life stories of a wide range of Jews from the worlds of art, theater, science, business, and journalism. They include the potter Grete Loebenstein, a modern woman who was just as successful as an artist as she was as an entrepreneur.
Late nineteenth-century Berlin was a modern European metropolis offering a wealth of new opportunities and life prospects. Jews paved the way for many modern developments but were victims of the growing antisemitism.
30 euros (including admission; one chaperon free of charge)
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14 to 18