Frühling 2012. Ein Blick zum Himmel. Von Museumsdirektorin, Dr. Bettina Klein.

Das Kranich Museum eröffnete die Saison 2012 mit einem Blick zum Himmel: der Astrologe Dr. Jürgen Hamel von der Archenhold-Sternwarte Berlin hielt am 1. April den Vortrag “Wie der Kranich an den Himmel kam”. Das Sternbild des Kranichs ist nur

Frühling 2012. Ein Blick zum Himmel. Von Museumsdirektorin, Dr. Bettina Klein.

Das Kranich Museum eröffnete die Saison 2012 mit einem Blick zum Himmel: der Astrologe Dr. Jürgen Hamel von der Archenhold-Sternwarte Berlin hielt am 1. April den Vortrag “Wie der Kranich an den Himmel kam”. Das Sternbild des Kranichs ist nur

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

An interview with artist, Emma Waltraud Howes

Emma Waltraud Howes and her Kranich Museum works (‘You Live and Do Me No Harm’, ‘Hollow Bones’ and ‘Crane-rearing Costume’) are the subjects of this final interview in a series of three. It follows interviews with fellow Kranich Museum artists

An interview with artist, Emma Waltraud Howes

Emma Waltraud Howes and her Kranich Museum works (‘You Live and Do Me No Harm’, ‘Hollow Bones’ and ‘Crane-rearing Costume’) are the subjects of this final interview in a series of three. It follows interviews with fellow Kranich Museum artists

An interview with artist, Tamara Friebel

Tamara Friebel’s I love you is the second of three sound works in the exhibition that are the focus of this series of interviews. They are all related in the way they use spoken languages and their translation to voice

An interview with artist, Tamara Friebel

Tamara Friebel’s I love you is the second of three sound works in the exhibition that are the focus of this series of interviews. They are all related in the way they use spoken languages and their translation to voice