Welcome to the press area of the Luther Memorials Foundation of Saxony-Anhalt.
We make available all of our current press releases and media information for journalists, bloggers and multipliers here. In the event that you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
In German only.
Beginn des Begleitprogramm zur Nationalen Sonderausstellung "Luther! 95 Schätze – 95 Menschen"
„Der Mensch Martin Luther – Ein exemplarisches Leben“, Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Dietrich Korsch am Dienstag, 23. Mai 2017 im Lutherhaus Wittenberg
Ausstellungsansicht „95 Schätze“
© CAB Artis, Foto: Tim Hufnagl
Luther! 95 Schätze – 95 Menschen
Zum 500-jährigen Reformationsjubiläum präsentiert die Stiftung Luthergedenkstätten in Sachsen-Anhalt die Nationale Sonderausstellung „Luther! 95 Schätze – 95 Menschen“
At the moment we do not have any details yet about upcoming press events.
Luther! 95 Treasures – 95 People
13 May – 5 November 2017
Augusteum | Lutherstadt Wittenberg
Visiting museums and exhibitions
Members of the press can visit our museums and exhibitions free of charge upon presentation of a valid press pass. We ask that journalists, bloggers and multipliers without a valid press pass contact us in good time before their planned visit.
We will be happy to arrange for interviews with suitable subjects.
Photography and filming
Photography and filming are generally possible in the museums of the Luther Memorials Foundation, but require the approval of the Foundation’s press office. Current news reporting is an exception to this rule.
You will find a form for download below for applying for a photo and film permit. The issuance of a photo and/or film permit may – depending on the purpose of the photo/film materials – be subject to a fee.
We ask that you do your utmost to limit any impact of your photography and filming on our normal museum operations. Care should be taken not to disturb visitors, museum tours or the historical furnishings of our sites.
Photography and filming are also possible outside of normal museum opening hours in exceptional circumstances – the costs entailed must be reimbursed.
Most of the objects exhibited in the museums are originals, and they are very sensitive to light. As a result, photography and filming should always be performed with as little illumination as possible (cold light is best). For close-up shots of individual objects, we ask that you make arrangements with the press office in advance.
We thank you for your understanding, and look forward to working with you.