our museum is closed indefinitely due to the pandemic. Events will still take place digitally.
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For a new museum
What does the Linden Museum mean to you? We are in a phase of reorientation to become a museum for Stuttgart and the region that shows new perspectives and presentations. A museum for many that desires and enables participation. What are your wishes and expectations for a new museum?
Following the principle of the laboratory, we develop and test new forms of museum knowledge production, mediation, and presentation in eight LindenLABs. Follow our blog.
In our new video series, curator Dr. Sandra Ferracuti presents a sculpture by the Mozambican artist Samson Makamo.
Ritual spirituality in the Philippine Cordilleras: Learn more about the cordilleran cultural landscape by exploring the ancestral domains and related practices and objects.
"Taking Care - Ethnographic and World Cultures Museums as Spaces of Care": The EU cooperation project of 13 European partners including our museum is scheduled for four years.
Netsuke are miniature carvings that were worn by Japanese men as belt toggels from the 17th to the 19th century. The netsuke collection of the Linden-Museum comprises more than 800 objects, the majority of which came to the museum in 1966 as foundaton of the industrialists Christian and Anna Trumpf.
The Association of the Many, DIE VIELEN, aims to strengthen opportunities for communication and action amongst artists, ensembles and agents within the performing arts and the fine arts. We are part of it.