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Departure. Network. Remembrance - 300 years Herrnhut

Founded in 1722 as a settlement for Protestant religious refugees from Moravia, Herrnhut quickly developed into an important center for crafts and trade, whose best-known product today is arguably the Herrnhut Star. Through the expansion and missionary activities of the Moravian Church, the town also became the center of a worldwide network of church renewal movements.

  • DATES 09/04/2022—27/11/2022
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täglich 9—17 Uhr, Montag geschlossen

  • Admission Fees normal 3 €, reduced 2 €, under 17 free, groups (10 persons and more) 2,50 €

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Aufbruch. Netz. Erinnerung — 300 Jahre Herrnhut
Aufbruch. Netz. Erinnerung — 300 Jahre Herrnhut

In ihrer Sonderausstellung

Global exchange and commitment to the common good still characterize Herrnhut society today. For the anniversary year 2022, we are displaying insights and outlooks into 300 years of history and stories of Herrnhut and its people. The special exhibition was created in cooperation with the Moravian Church of Herrnhut, the Moravian Archives, and with Herrnhut‘s local history museum.

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In our inner courtyard, a work of art by Dresden artist Su-Ran Sichling invites visitors to participate proactively. The museum foyer exhibits 3D prints of selected objects, inviting visitors to a "hands-on" overview of the topic. The 3D prints were created in cooperation with the open workshop Geistesblitz in Löbau, where students train in the use of modern technologies. In addition, to mark the anniversary, various installations on the history of the Herrnhut mission will complement our permanent exhibition. They already offer insight into the design of a new exhibit, which is scheduled to open in 2023. Among them, visitors will find an intervention on Winti religion in Suriname, created by Rotterdam artist Jaasir Linger.

Cooperating Artists and Projects

Su-Ran Sichling

Blurred Edges, 2022

Su-Ran Sichling: Blurred Edges (2022)
© Robert Vanis, Dresden, Germany sowie den Urheber*innen der abgebildeten Werke bzw. den abgebildeten Personen
Jaasir Linger

Intervention Winti, 2022

Jaasir Linger: Intervention Winti, 2022
© Martina Ullrich, sowie den Urheber*innen der abgebildeten Werke bzw. den abgebildeten Personen

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300 years Herrnhut

Access to anniversary website by the town council (German only)

© Heimatmuseum der Stadt Herrnhut

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further exhibitions

Further Exhibitions

Völkerkundemuseum Herrnhut

in Völkerkundemuseum Herrnhut

Buddha in einem Schrein

GRASSI Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig

in GRASSI Museum Leipzig

Kunstgewerbemuseum

in Schloss Pillnitz

gelber Kasten mit vier Füßen
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