17.10.23, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
In the Munich district of Hadern, you'll find the archive depot of of Münchner Arbeiterbewegung e.V. (Munich Workers' Movement Archive). Spanning an area of approximately 2,500 square meters, this location houses an impressive collection of artifacts and documents related to the daily lives of wage-earning individuals, the workers' movement and its organizations, the New Social Movements, as well as industrial culture in Munich and Bavaria.
During the guided tour, Michael Schwab, the head of the archive depot, provides insights into the archive's history, its tasks, collection focuses, and the work of the archivists. Additionally, the “Archiv 451” is introduced. This sub-archive was integrated into the Münchner Arbeiterbewegung Archive in 2010 and is currently being presented in the exhibition “Archives in Residence: Archiv 451 / Trikont Verlag” at Haus der Kunst.
The group size is limited to a maximum of 15 participants.
The guided tour takes place at the archive depot of the archive of Münchner Arbeiterbewegung, located at Haderunstraße 4. The meeting point is at the depot.