07.08. - 22.08.2021
Celkový počet účastníkov:
The "Study and Work" camp offers a mixture of exciting input on (industrial) history, work in a restoration workshop and in museums. You will take a look behind the scenes: how are museum objects restored, what stories do the objects tell and how is an exhibition actually created?We will show you Berlin from an unusual perspective. Industrialization changed people's lives from the ground up. Berlin overtook cities like Paris or London almost overnight and became the most modern metropolis on the European continent. You will go on a search for traces at various locations in the city: What does industrial history have to do with us and our lives today You live in the southeast of the city in the district of Oberschöneweide. At the Berlin University of Applied Sciences (HTW Berlin), restorers will show you how technical cultural assets can be preserved. In small exercises, you can try your hand under supervision, ,like at gluing glass for example. At the German Museum of Technology, you can look behind the scenes of museum work and get an insight into the work of museum educators. An important part of industrial history is the topic of forced labor. At the Documentation Center Nazi Forced Labor Berlin, you will learn about the biographies of men, women, and children who kept production in the factories running as forced laborers under the Nazi regime. Here you will work with objects, research, write and present your objects to the team in the exhibition. On a second day, a work assignment is planned here. You will help with the cleaning of a historical accommodation barrack. Other excursions, such as a visit to the International Jugendbauhütte(JBH Berlin), round off the program.
Together with a graphic designer you will have the opportunity to creatively implement your knowledge and experiences from the camp. The goal is that you together arrange a small exhibition at the end of the camp. This camp is a "Study and Work Camp" in cooperation with the Berlin University of Applied Sciences (HTW Berlin), the Berlin Center for Industrial Culture (bzi) and the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH).
You will cook together. The ijgd will provide you with food.Accommodation:
in shared rooms in bungalows on the grounds of the FEZ Berlin
Berlin offers an enormous cultural diversity and you have endless possibilities to spend your free time in an exciting way. In order to be able to pursue the diverse interests of your team, you will be provided with a city ticket for the duration of the camp, with which you can use public transportation throughout the city.
Extra participation fee 100.0 EUR
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