February 24, 2016 - December 30, 2020
Whether the focus is on the monastery, the Berlin Palace, the parade ground, the Palace of the Republic or the cultural building site – the SITE-Specifics events programme highlights particular aspects of the site history.
Over the last 800 years the Schlossplatz has witnessed more social, urban, political and cultural developments than virtually any other location in Berlin. Since 2016, the SITE-Specifics series has been providing an opportunity to discuss and exchange views on the role of this politically important venue.
Reading performance and presentation of the new release "Myth of Revolution" with the authors Dominik Juhnke, Judith Prokasky and Martin Sabrow.
Presentation of the photo book „Barock in Arbeit – Die Kunst der Rekonstruktion und das neue Berliner Schloss“ at the Schlossbauhütte in Spandau.
A film matinée with footage of the Berlin Palace from 1909 to 1950
"Speed dating" event with organizers and artists who were involved in the interim cultural events held in the Palace of the Republic from 2004 to 2005
Book presentation and tour of the construction site on Friedrich Wilhelm IV’s apartment in the Berlin Palace with architect Fabian Hegholz
Jeanpaul Goergen takes us on a trip back in time with rare film footage that shows how the Berlin Palace and its surroundings looked like prior to its demolition in 1950
"How reconstructed is the reconstruction? Portal IV in the Berlin Palace" – art historian Bernd Lindemann explains the special features of the entranceway which has become known as the Liebknecht Portal
Michael Malliaris and Matthias Wemhoff read from their 2016 book. An event hosted by the Site Museum (now History of the Site)of the Stiftung Humboldt Forum im Berliner Schloss