The Goethe-Institut continues presenting numerous events around Australia in 2015, ranging from lectures and panel discussions, through concerts and film screenings to exhibitions and other cultural events. Please see our event calendar for more info. We are looking forward to seeing you in 2015! More...
- 11.10. – 16.08. Adelaide – Torrens Island Camp Exhibition
- 13.12. – 22.03. Brisbane – Too Much World Exhibition
- 21.11. – 30.01. Melbourne – Petra Kleinherne Exhibition
- 11.01. – 18.01. Melbourne – Summer School
- 01.02. – 22.03. Australia – Tour: Soukie & Windish
- 03.02. Sydney – Discussion: View from the Outside
- 17.02. Sydney – Lecture: German Romanticism
- 03.03. Sydney – Lecture: Personalised Medicine
- 08.03. – 17.03. Australia – Tour: Ensemble Nobiles
The centenary of the First World War will focus the attention of the world on the event, which left an indelible mark on the history of the last 100 years.
The National German School Film Award 2014 for the winning entries in 2014 with the topic „Deutsch feiern“ will be held as a digital “Vote for the Winner” event.
Residential course running for 8 days designed to rapidly improve your German language skills and increase your understanding of the cultural life of German speaking countries.
Insights into and information about contemporary styles of dance in the Asia-Pacific region and in Germany
Migration is changing cultures. The Goethe-Institut reflects these developments in Germany and around the world and dedicates its work to the linguistic integration of migrants.
Enter the worlds of German music and Germany’s most popular sport, soccer.
New books on the German market
Interactive learning games, expert chat, forum with learning tips, ask questions, help others, find learning partners and share experiences
Offering a wide variety of views and perspectives, the Goethe-Institut reflects on the consequences and implications of the First World War era