Art from 3D printers and virtual content – what’s it like visiting museums in Russia and Germany nowadays?
Offering a wide variety of views and perspectives, the Goethe-Institut reflects on the consequences and implications of the First World War era
In a series of events, the Goethe-Institut illuminates the significance of play in art, science and society.
2 Artists, 2 Months, 2 Cities - Berlin based artists Naomi Fearn and Marc Seestaedt set out to win the hearts of the City by the Bay and document their experience artistically.
Recent films from Germany, Austria and Switzerland
50 years of successful cultural work: The Goethe-Institut Osaka celebrates its birthday!
International film journalists covering the Berlinale for Goethe.de post news and views here on films, filmmakers and their favourites for the Golden and Silver Bears.
More and more foundations take over the role and functions previously served by the state.
The book and poster exhibition of the Goethe-Institut Prague is presenting current German-language books for children and young people.
A goodbye and a beginning: Latvia introduces the Euro.
Conference series by Goethe-Institut, Stifterverband, Institute for the German Language and Duden, exploring from multiple perspectives
In our society the role of the body is constantly redefined. How do we think and talk about the body today, how do we picture it?
A striking and symbolic colour: German and Chinese artists and scholars write about the colour red.
Artists from Chile and Germany visit the other country and enter into a cultural dialogue.
Click through our digital map of remembrance and discover the diversity of European munuments and symbols!
On the way through their respective cities, the urban bloggers keep an eye out for street corners, shop windows and outdoor cafés – Eric in Montreal and Verena in Munich.
German books translated into Arabic. Find out information about authors, publishers, translators and the book market.
Four events on work cultures: Work without a homeland? What is humanised labour? Men’s work, women’s work? Does work make us happy?