Talk with the actor Heinz Lutter (in German language)
Lecture by Andreas Pretzel (in German language)
The exhibition "mittenmang": Homosexual Women and Men in Berlin 1945 – 1969, music performances by Duo Domino and Régine, live-show-acts, cabaret, film screenings.
Film by Tille Ganz about Kitty Kuse (in German language)
Reading with the author as a part of the exhibition "mittenmang" – Homosexual Women and Men in Berlin 1945-1969 (in German language)
For the loans and personal testimonies presented in the exhibition mittenmang: Homosexual Women and Men in Berlin 1945-1969
Filmscreening (Das rothe Rhinocerus), discussion with Wolfgang Winkler and guests (in German language)
With the presentation of coming exhibitions and events (in German language)
Literary programme by Roland Schmid-Paleski interpreted by Wolfgang Ikert, René Gummelt and Ronith Mues (in German language)
Reading by Thomas Keck and Leonhard Lorek (in German language)
Reading from the first German translation of the novel The Cloven Pine by Frank Clare (in German language)
Lutz van Dijk reads from his book Einsam war ich nie. Schwule unter dem Hakenkreuz 1933–1945 (in German language)
Schwules Museum has an information point at Nollendorfplatz as a part of the Lesbian-Gay City Festival.
Four exhibitions, event for the community.
Film screening as a part of the exhibition Michel Foucault (15 October 1926 - 25 June 1984): An homage to mark the 20th anniversary of his death (in German language)
Part of the exhibition AMORE (in German language)
The Schwules Museum proudly announces this year's highlight: on 6 December 2004, our 19th birthday, the long-awaited permanent exhibition exploring the history of homosexuality in Germany will be opened.
The permanent display offers a compact overview of gay history from 1800 to 1970. It will deal with inner contradictions and overall developments, show the connection to other social reform movements and instances of co-operation with individual women as well as lesbian organizations.
With Günther Odeman-Nöring and Heinz Lutter (in German language)