Friday, July 28, 2017

Free Reformation poster exhibition

Host a free Reformation poster exhibition
The poster exhibition “#HereIstand. Martin Luther, the Reformation and its Results” shows the upheavals of the 16th century. It comprises up to 30 posters in the A1 format (84.1 x 59.4 centimetres, 4/0coloured). The exhibition has a modular structure, so that it can also be displayed on smaller premises.

With modern, scientifically substantiated, and attractively designed information graphics, the exhibition shows the most important events in the history of the Reformation, and its effects up to the present. Using the biography of Martin Luther as a starting point, insight is given into the time prior to the Reformation. The exhibition then directs its focus to the dynamics of the Reformation, which unfolded after Luther’s posting of his 95 theses against the sale of indulgences, and deals with central questions of the history of the Reformation: 
What was actually new about Luther’s theology? 
What happened in Wittenberg in 1517? 
How did the new teaching spread?

In addition to the information graphics, the exhibition also includes seven large images of high-quality museum exhibits. As a special feature, original exhibits that have been 3D-scanned can be downloaded and printed out with a 3D printer.

For more information and to download the posters visit:

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