Events

Events of the PAESE-Joint Project

 

 

From 14 to 15 September 2019, the PAESE joint project in cooperation with the German Lost Art Foundation conducted the workshop "Transnational Provenance Research in Ethnographic Collections" at the Landesmuseum Hannover. The aim of the workshop was on the one hand to network various projects on postcolonial provenance research in collections in Germany and on the other hand - and above all - research fellows from the countries of origin of the objects. The starting point was that provenance research should be carried out in close cooperation between the various actors involved....

From 14 to 15 September 2019, the PAESE joint project in cooperation with the German Lost Art Foundation conducted the workshop "Transnational Provenance Research in Ethnographic Collections" at the Landesmuseum Hannover. The aim of the workshop was on the one hand to network various projects on postcolonial provenance research in collections in Germany and on the other hand - and above all - research fellows from the countries of origin of the objects. The starting point was that provenance research should be carried out in close cooperation between the various actors involved....

In September 2019, the PAESE joint project has invited cooperation partners from Cameroon, Namibia, Papua New Guinea and Tanzania to work together in the collections in Braunschweig, Hannover, Hildesheim, Göttingen and Oldenburg and to discuss the origin of the objects and the future handling of them...

In September 2019, the PAESE joint project has invited cooperation partners from Cameroon, Namibia, Papua New Guinea and Tanzania to work together in the collections in Braunschweig, Hannover, Hildesheim, Göttingen and Oldenburg and to discuss the origin of the objects and the future handling of them...

On Friday, 13.09.2019 the PAESE joint project in cooperation with the NDR series "Museumsdetektive" has invited to the panel discussion "Museumsdetektive – Auf den Spuren des kolonialen Erbes im Norden" (Museum Detectives - On the tracks of the colonial heritage in the North) at the Landesmuseum Hannover....

On Friday, 13.09.2019 the PAESE joint project in cooperation with the NDR series "Museumsdetektive" has invited to the panel discussion "Museumsdetektive – Auf den Spuren des kolonialen Erbes im Norden" (Museum Detectives - On the tracks of the colonial heritage in the North) at the Landesmuseum Hannover....

On the 9th and 10th of March 2020 the workshop "Provenance Research and Contested Heritage of Colonial Contexts" was held in Nkongsamba at the Institut des Beaux-Arts (IBA) of the University of Douala. The event was organised by Rachel Mariembe (lecturer of museology at the IBA) and the two PAESE staff members Isabella Bozsa of the Städtische Museum Braunschweig and Bianca Baumann of the Landesmuseum Hannover....

On the 9th and 10th of March 2020 the workshop "Provenance Research and Contested Heritage of Colonial Contexts" was held in Nkongsamba at the Institut des Beaux-Arts (IBA) of the University of Douala. The event was organised by Rachel Mariembe (lecturer of museology at the IBA) and the two PAESE staff members Isabella Bozsa of the Städtische Museum Braunschweig and Bianca Baumann of the Landesmuseum Hannover....

On March 7th, 2020, a workshop with H.M. Ness Essombey Ndambwe, (King of the Chefferie Sodiko), Bianca Baumann (Landesmuseum Hannover), Isabella Bozsa (Städtisches Museum Braunschweig), Paul Tchonang (Musée de Bangoua) and other participants, such as artists and representatives of the press, took place at Chefferie Sodiko, a kingdom in the Bonabéri district of Douala...

On March 7th, 2020, a workshop with H.M. Ness Essombey Ndambwe, (King of the Chefferie Sodiko), Bianca Baumann (Landesmuseum Hannover), Isabella Bozsa (Städtisches Museum Braunschweig), Paul Tchonang (Musée de Bangoua) and other participants, such as artists and representatives of the press, took place at Chefferie Sodiko, a kingdom in the Bonabéri district of Douala...

In the context of the joint project PAESE, provenance research is currently being conducted on the ethnographic Namibia collection of the RPM. This, in combination with the 175th anniversary of the “Hildesheim Museum Society of 1844”, is a perfect occasion to present a small exhibition of late 19th-century traditional ladies’ fashion from Namibia at the RPM. The fashion treasures were worn by women of the Herero in what was then “German Southwest Africa”...

In the context of the joint project PAESE, provenance research is currently being conducted on the ethnographic Namibia collection of the RPM. This, in combination with the 175th anniversary of the “Hildesheim Museum Society of 1844”, is a perfect occasion to present a small exhibition of late 19th-century traditional ladies’ fashion from Namibia at the RPM. The fashion treasures were worn by women of the Herero in what was then “German Southwest Africa”...

On 17 May 2019 Prof. Dr. Brigitte Reinwald invited to the first research colloquium of the PAESE joint project at the Leibniz University of Hannover...

On 17 May 2019 Prof. Dr. Brigitte Reinwald invited to the first research colloquium of the PAESE joint project at the Leibniz University of Hannover...

As part of the 2019 visits, the PAESE joint project organised two workshops to link the work in the different collections...

As part of the 2019 visits, the PAESE joint project organised two workshops to link the work in the different collections...