Lecture by Jan Rüttinger, who studied in Erlangen, Rome and Bamberg. Degree in medieval art history, medieval history and archeology of the Middle Ages and modern times in Bamberg. Graduate school “Monastery and World” at the University of Paderborn, collaboration on the large medieval exhibition “Canossa 1077. Erschütterung der Welt” (Shaking the World). Museum traineeship at the German Historical Museum, Berlin. Afterwards, he was project coordinator of a German-Polish EU project in Kamenz/Upper Lusatia, and, at the same time, research assistant and responsible for the St. Annen Museum of Sacred Art. He then became collection manager at the Museum of Bread and Art in Ulm and then at the Diocesan Museum in Augsburg. Since the end of 2022, he is the deputy museum director and curator of art at the East Prussian State Museum in Lüneburg, Germany.