Facts & Files was commissioned in 2020 by the district office Steglitz-Zehlendorf to archive the papers of Karl Fischer and to compile an exhibition concept on it.
Launched in 2011, the “Europeana 1914–1918” project is a pan-European collection of personal memorabilia from the First World War
Facts & Files was handling press relations and organised the collection days during which documents and other objects could be digitised.
The Tutankhamun exhibition breaks new ground in the presentation of acient Egypt history.
Facts & Files researched footage, illustrations and photographs, and created educational material, such as student work sheets.
Soccer has been played in Berlin for more than 100 years. Facts & Files compiled a photo book on Berlin soccer history, published by the Berlin publishing house Nicolai Verlag Berlin in spring 2006.
Commissioned by the Federal Agency for Political Education and Robert Havemann Society, Berlin, www.jugendopposition.de is a German multimedia website focused on resistance and opposition of young people against the repressive East German government.
Facts & Files commissioned by the City of Königs Wusterhausen to develop a concept how to communicate the city’s history.
Citizen Science & Crowdsourcing
Europeana Transcribe is the crowdsourcing platform for European cultural heritage on Transcribathon.eu to for enriching, transcribing, annotating or geo-tagging of historical documents.
Facts & Files was commissioned by WorldSkills Germany e.V. to conduct research on the history of (West) German participation in International Vocational Training Competitions (IVTC) since 1953.
Facts & Files curated an open air exhibition at the Panoramapunkt Berlin.
The exhibition’s topic is the history of the legendary Berlin square Potsdamer Platz.