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Lea Juliane Lutz (*1991) is the deputy head of the team outreach and mediation of the City Museum Berlin. As one of two experts for participation of the institution, she (co-)develops participatory processes, methods and projects. After creating the WELTSTUDIO in the BERLIN GLOBAL-exhibition in the Humboldt Forum, together with Constanze Schröder (team lead outreach and mediation), she is now working on the so-called “museum and creativity district”, which includes the historic city museum “Märkisches Museum” as well as a creative activity centre (Opening 2026).
Lea Juliane Lutz holds a Master’s degree in cultural studies and communication from the universities of Nice (France), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Frankfurt a.d. Oder (Germany).
Creative Methods of mapping your “glocal” connections
The WELTSTUDIO is a place for workshops and education, for participation, and for alliances with various groups. In a 500sqm area, you will be encouraged to exchange ideas about Berlin in the world and the world in Berlin, and to become active together in a surprising and unconventional way. The WELTSTUDIO features three cartographers specially designed for this space. Visitors experience various methods of making maps in a new and creative way, and can critically question those methods. The three cartographers; the weaving cartographer, the body cartographer and the rolling cartographer, focus on your individual and shared connections with Berlin and the world.