SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences

SRH students create innovative exhibition designs for the Berlin Museum of Communication

Collaborative interdisciplinary media project involving SRH students fosters the discovery of a new means of exhibition communication.

Students of the Berlin School of Design and Communication (BSDC) have developed various key visuals and storylines in preparation for a special upcoming exhibition at the Berlin Museum of Communication. As part of several modules during the 2022/23 winter semester, under the supervision of Prof. Bettina Borchardt, Prof. Gábor Kovács, Prof. Ralf Kemmer and Prof. Ricarda Wallhäuser, they produced numerous drafts for designs of special exhibition modules, guidelines, and brand looks including title suggestions, icons, posters, flyers and even animated visuals. In the meantime, workshops have taken place with specialists from Garamatis, an agency that specialises in interactive technologies and designs for innovative exhibitions and showrooms.

Starting 13 July 2023, the exhibition #Krisenalltag - Kommunikation in der Pandemie (Everyday Crisis - Communication in the Pandemic) will showcase initial research findings on crisis communication by governments, authorities, journalism and social media figures during the Covid-19 pandemic. The exhibition is being realised as part of the joint project "Optimisation of Risk and Crisis Communication by Governments, Authorities and Health Care Organizations (MIRKKOMM)", funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The initiator of the media project is Prof. Dr. Michael Beuthner, who is responsible for the research in the joint project at the School of Popular Arts (SOPA).  

Prof. Dr. Michael Beuthner

Professor for Journalism and PR, Study programme director B.A. Journalism and PR, Chairman of the Examination Committee of the former DEKRA programmes