Keramik-Museum Berlin and its "Förderverein KMB"

Founded in 1990, the Förderverein Keramik-Museum Berlin (Association of friends of the Berlin Ceramics Museum) set its goal to establish a ceramics museum collecting works primarily of the aera under German cultural influence. The Förderverein will run this museum until the Governement of Berlin takes it over as planned.

The collection, wich focuses on ceramics dating from the 19th and 20th century, includes vessels, sculptures, architectural ceramics and stove tiles. Additionally, a ceramics library, a phototheque and a document archive have been opened to the public. These activities are based on many years of collective and research work on the history of German ceramics by Heinz-J. Theis. Furthermore, the association is planning the construction of a model workshop within the museum to allow artists and craftsmen to give demonstrations of their work methods for visitors.

The Förderverein currently has over 310 Members. It strives to offer ist members and guests a varied program of special events, including lectures, guided tours and excursions.

Since January 17th, 2004 the Museum is open to public
The new Museum is located in Berlin-Charlottenburg, near Richard-Wagner-Platz (Subway-Station) or Bus No. 145 (Bus-Stop Eosanderstrasse).

 

Keramik-Museum Berlin (KMB)
Schustehrusstr. 13
10585 Berlin-Charlottenburg

opening hours: fri., sat., sun., mon. 1 p.m - 5 p.m
and at request
fon: 030 - 321 23 22 / 0177 - 321 23 22
fax: 030 - 321 02 007
e-mail: info <at> keramik-museum-berlin.de
homepage: www.Keramik-Museum-Berlin.de

 

Förderverein Keramik-Museum Berlin (KMB), e.V.
Geschäftsstelle (Office)
Schustehrusstr. 15
10585 Berlin-Charlottenburg
fon: 030 - 321 23 22 / 0177 - 321 23 22
fax: 030 - 321 02 007

e-mail:info <at> keramik-museum-berlin.de