It is important for us to offer inspiring and interesting accesses to the collections and special exhibitions of the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg. We want our visitors to participate in creative processes, encourage them to form their own opinions and share them with others. As heterogeneous as our audience is, as varied as possible we want to make the program, in an appealing look and understandable language.
Numerous projects are being developed in close collaboration with creatives, teachers and various NGOs. Our recent offers and our freelance team members can be found under “Learning” on mkg-hamburg.de.
We focus on projects that allow visitors’ involvement. For this purpose we provide you with a growing number of DIY ideas, based on or inspired by the museum’s exhibits. To imitate, to modify, to think and create beyond.
- Workshop during Europeana 2020 Conference and Webinar on Europeana Pro, November 11, 2020
“Chatting with heritage! Creating stickers for Whatsapp, iMessage and Telegram with Public Domain images”
- Grimme Online Award 2018 for “Bewegte Jahre”, June 22, 2018
“Preisträger: Bewegte Jahre. Auf den Spuren der Visionäre” (in German only)
- Quergewebt, Blog to the Grimme Online Award, May 22, 2018
“Ein Reporter und der Jugendstil” (in German only)
- SHARING HERITAGE, European Cultural Heritage Year 2018, April 10, 2018
“MKG STUDIO – DIY-Ideen mit digitalisierten Sammlungsobjekten” (in German only)
- Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek (German Digital Library), March 6, 2018
“The Digital Horizon 01: ‘Eventful Years’ – A Web Journal for the Exploration of Art Nouveau“
- EPALE, Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe, January 17, 2018
“The importance of cultural heritage for longlife learning”
- LAG Kinder- und Jugendkultur, December 17, 2017
“Zugang zur Kunst für alle – ‘Pilot Inklusion’ in Hamburg” (in German only)