Prof. Dr. Oliver Rump
From 1987-1993 studied folklore, social and economic history and geography at the University of Hamburg. 1989-2001 Employee at the Open Air Museum at the Kiekeberg. 1993 - 2008 Lecturer and co-founder of the Museum Management course at the University of Hamburg. 1999 doctorate on the subject of "Controlling for Museums". 2001 - 2008 Director of the Museum of Communication in Hamburg. 2002 - 2012 Chairman of the Museumsverband Hamburg e.V., which he co-founded. Since 2005 lecturer for the advanced training programme Museum Management at the FU Berlin. Since 2008, full-time professor of museology, museum management and museum marketing at the HTW Berlin. He also developed the museum management software "FirstRumos", which is still in use today. He is co-founder of the "Arbeitskreis Museumsmanagement", author and editor of various museological publications. In addition to his memberships in scientific advisory boards (including the historical research theatre Vajswerk e.V.), he maintains museum management cooperations internationally (including in France, India and Cuba).
In this event, the four-dimensional, holistic approach to sustainability will be transferred to the museum and discussed. The so-called "Green Museum" represents only one area here, even though these considerations often dominate practice. As early as the late 1970s, Herbert Gruhl sketched the picture of an emerging, inevitable eco-dictatorship [Ein Planet wird geplündert. The balance of horrors of our politics. 2nd ed. Frankfurt 1978]. Now, for some, it is slowly arriving and what does this mean for museum work?