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Expanding Access and Embracing Diversity

Our Free Admission Initiative with Community Advocates 

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Our goal is to welcome a wide array of voices and experiences into our museum. To further strengthen our commitment as an inclusive cultural hub, we started the initiative Expanding Access and Embracing Diversity.

What is this initiative about?

In collaboration with dedicated community advocates, we will provide 1,000 free museum passes per Month to those traditionally underserved by cultural institutions. 

 Our partnership approach promises to forge deeper and more meaningful connections within the community. 

How are tickets allocated?

We have set a target of distributing 1,000 tickets each month. We invite interested organizations, educational bodies, and social institutions to reach out to us to participate in this program and get allocations of those tickets via our email address community.berlin@fotografiska.com. These passes are redeemable on any available date within the designated month, offering unparalleled flexibility to our guests. 

Which partners are we currently working with?

The initiative is supported by the following organizations:


Gangway has been conducting street social work in Berlin for over thirty years with the aim of supporting both youth and adults in achieving self-determined lives and societal participation.


GermanDream is a bipartisan, independent educational movement dedicated to fostering societal cohesion, imparting liberal-democratic values, promoting equity of opportunity, and facilitating inclusion.


HÁWAR.help dedicates itself to creating a world where every individual, regardless of background, faith, gender, or lifestyle, can flourish in safety and with agency.

KulturLeben Berlin

KulturLebenBerlin facilitates access to the cultural treasures of the German capital for socially disadvantaged individuals by partnering with Berlin's cultural institutions to provide complimentary event passes.