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Interview with Artist and Curator, Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll

Hessenburg, a one-street village near the German Baltic coast. Arrive in the months when the sun rises high in the sky and you might hear the cries of migrating cranes or see the region’s other summer visitors on bikes, in

Interview with Artist and Curator, Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll

Hessenburg, a one-street village near the German Baltic coast. Arrive in the months when the sun rises high in the sky and you might hear the cries of migrating cranes or see the region’s other summer visitors on bikes, in

A wonderful summer nearly over, the crane week to come. By Dr Bettina Klein.

It has been a good summer for the Kranich Museum. We welcomed many visitors. And even more will come, as the crane season is getting to its climax; the air is already filled with their cries and the field around

A wonderful summer nearly over, the crane week to come. By Dr Bettina Klein.

It has been a good summer for the Kranich Museum. We welcomed many visitors. And even more will come, as the crane season is getting to its climax; the air is already filled with their cries and the field around

Zeichnung aus der Serie "Zeittiere und 185 Einwohner je km²" (Mauswiesel), Bleistift auf Papier, 150 cm x 245 cm. 2011

Interview with Nicole Schuck, Artist in Residence

Tom Heaven visited next artist in residence artist, Nicole Schuck, in her studio in Berlin and spoke to her about her forthcoming work for the Kranich Museum. Tom Heaven: Your drawings have been described as visual stories, although they often

Zeichnung aus der Serie "Zeittiere und 185 Einwohner je km²" (Mauswiesel), Bleistift auf Papier, 150 cm x 245 cm. 2011

Interview with Nicole Schuck, Artist in Residence

Tom Heaven visited next artist in residence artist, Nicole Schuck, in her studio in Berlin and spoke to her about her forthcoming work for the Kranich Museum. Tom Heaven: Your drawings have been described as visual stories, although they often

Spring 2012. A View to the Heavens. By Museum Director, Dr. Bettina Klein.

Kranich Museum opened the 2012 season with a view to the heavens. On 1st April the astrologist Dr Jürgen Hamel from the Archenhold-Sternwarte of Berlin held a talk ‘How the Crane Went to Heaven’. The constellation of the crane can

Spring 2012. A View to the Heavens. By Museum Director, Dr. Bettina Klein.

Kranich Museum opened the 2012 season with a view to the heavens. On 1st April the astrologist Dr Jürgen Hamel from the Archenhold-Sternwarte of Berlin held a talk ‘How the Crane Went to Heaven’. The constellation of the crane can

The Kranich Museum staff welcome you back!

Back for a new season, we’re open every day between 11am and 5pm until 31st October.

The Kranich Museum staff welcome you back!

Back for a new season, we’re open every day between 11am and 5pm until 31st October.

The Kranich Museum Artist in Residence Program

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and disciplines. The museum building is

The Kranich Museum Artist in Residence Program

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and disciplines. The museum building is

Artist in Residence, David Edward Allen and his Topping Totem

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011 and runs throughout the year. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and

Artist in Residence, David Edward Allen and his Topping Totem

The Kranich Museum’s Artist in Residence program was newly established with the opening of the museum in September 2011 and runs throughout the year. The residency and museum aims to support the development of artists of diverse ages, backgrounds, and