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Birte Stüve

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Birte Stüve

”Sailing the world by ship has never been one of my dreams. But to convey to others why we humans do it and what it means to us, all the more; it's a great task!“

Birte Stüve, head of education

 

About the person
Birte Stüve studied Cultural Studies, German Studies and Sociology at the University of Bremen. A traineeship at the German Museum of Technology in Berlin marked her entry into the museum world. Since then, her work has focused on museum education. In addition to positions at the Übersee-Museum Bremen and Museum Lüneburg, she has also worked as a freelance cultural mediator for museums and as a lecturer in museum education.
Since 2016, Birte Stüve has been head of the Education & Outreach department at the DSM. She is working there on the goal of making the DSM a place where research on maritime issues can be experienced. Audience orientation and participation play a central role in this.

 

 

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Photo: DSM / Helena Grebe


Birte Stüve

+49 471 482 07 71

+49 471 482 07 55

Stueve@dsm.museum

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Curriculum Vitae


since 2016

German Maritime Museum - Leibniz Institute for Maritime History: Head of Education
2014-2016Museum Lüneburg / Dept. Education: Museum Education and Coordination of the Network "Museums in the Lüneburg Area
2005-2016Übersee-Museum Bremen / Dept. Education: Educational projects for young people and children
2004-2016freelance activities as cultural mediator for museums and lecturer in museum pedagogic further education

2004

Continuing education in the field of cultural management and marketing

2000-2003

Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin / Dept. Education & Visitor Support: Volunteer and Research Assistant
1999

Master's degree in cultural studies, German studies and sociology at the University of Bremen

 

Publications


Stüve, Birte: „Zum Verhältnis von Dinglichem und Virtuellem im Museum. Besuchserfahrungen in der Ausstellung 360° POLARSTERN“. In: Deutsche Schiffahrt, Band 2, Bremerhaven 2021, p. 20-22.

Stüve, Birte: Sich anderen Dingen öffnen lernen – das Projekt FIES am Übersee-Museum Bremen. In: Kulturelle Bildung, Heft 4, Remscheid 2009, p. 17-18.

Stüve, Birte: Ander(e)s sehen lernen. Forschen in eigener Sache – Ein Jugendprojekt im Übersee-Museum Bremen. In: Eine Welt in der Schule, Heft 1, Bremen 2007, p. 15-16.

Stüve, Birte: Warum kann Schule nicht FIES sein? Ein Jugendprojekt im Übersee-Museum Bremen. In: Standbein Spielbein, Heft 76, 2006, p. 35-38.

Stüve, Birte und Vorst, Silke: Science Center, Technikmuseum, Öffentlichkeit. In: MuseumsJournal, Heft 1, Berlin 2002, p. 20-21.

Prizes and honors


  • 2018: Förderpreis Museumspädagogik der VGH-Stiftung (awarded for "Jugend diskutiert: Who decides what cultural heritage is?")
    2009: First Prize for Cultural Education, Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media (awarded for "FIES - Forschen in eigener Sache," Übersee-Museum Bremen)

Memberships


  • Regionalverband Museumspädagogik Nord e.V. (board member since 2014)
  • Federal Association of Museum Education e.V.
  • Cultural Education Award of the City of Wolfenbüttel (jury member 2015 and 2017)

Opening hours

Cog hall: TUE - SUN from 10 am to 6 pm, open daily from 18.3.2024

Ships: Ships reopen on 18 March 2024

how to reach us

Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum
Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1
D-27568 Bremerhaven

Contact

T. +49 471 482 07 0
E. info@dsm.museum

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