We should deal creatively with the fact that we live in a new age: „A.C.“ #AfterCorona

Who of you knows best practice examples in the field of #art and #culture?

Please participate in this collection initiative!!!


In time of #COVID19 #museums need to rethink their digital strategies. Have you ever heard from #DigitalDependance ? #TalkingAboutMuseum #AudienceDevelopment have a look at: https://embassy-of-culture.com/project/digitale-dependance/

#AfterCorona #TheNewNormal


“The only revolutionary force is the force of human creativity. The only revolutionary force is ART! ”(JOSEPH…

Gepostet von Matthias Henkel am Montag, 23. März 2020



This multiple „INTUITION“ dates back to 1968, and it fits perfectly into our time: After all, we need a lot of intuition and freedom to meet the challenges #CODID19 poses to us. Joseph Beuys would probably recommend his concept of SOCIAL SCULPTURE to us.


We live in turbulent – or, to be more precise – in strangely decelerated times. #MOAM – MY OPEN AIR MUSEUM – undertakes a digital-aesthetic approach to art, in times when physical distancing is actually required.

In addition to being responsible in the current situation, it is also a question of finding creative and caring ways to deal with what we are all facing now – resisting complete isolation and allowing social life to continue – using new ways. Try to be connected differently with the world (of art).

  • Normally the museum is the shelter for the presentation of art. In times of COVID19 we have to go new ways – first for a while; but maybe forever.
  • With #MyOpenAirMuseum the artworks are spatially liberated. They are presented for the moment of photography in context with nature.
  • If a walker were to pass by in the forest at this very moment, an unusual interaction would occur: Man – Art – Nature.


The first exhibit of the #MOAM is a print based on a photograph by Joseph Beuys. The photo was probably taken in connection with the action „Stadtverwaldung“ 7000 Eichen at the DOCUMENTA in Kassel in 1982.

Social sculpture (Joseph Beuys)

[…]“that from this point on, my concept of art is a social one, which means that we are not talking here about the traditional thing, but about the possibility of each individual human being in the social concept to be a participant in the „Social Sculpture“. And only under this condition can it be understood when I say: „Every human being is an artist.“

(Marlene Obermayer: Joseph Beuys – 7000 Eichen. Der Versuch einer sozialökologischen Gemeinschaftsarbeit. Seminararbeit an der Universität Wien, den 14. 03. 2014, Seite 14)



Deutsches Medizinhistorisches Museum Ingolstadt

It’s actually quite simple: a good text on your own website, a meaningful picture – and the series opens up a horizon of expectations for the interested reader – and of course the series is advertised on their own social media channels.




++ Covid-19 & History | No. 36: Diagnosestellung III ++Die heutige Objektgeschichte für unsere Galerie "Covid-19 &…

Gepostet von Deutsches Medizinhistorisches Museum am Mittwoch, 22. April 2020

++ Covid-19 & History | No. 32: Kommunikation III ++ Gastbeitrag von Prof. Dr. Christoph Gradmann, Oslo…

Gepostet von Deutsches Medizinhistorisches Museum am Samstag, 18. April 2020