(28 April 2017) What possibilities are there for shaping and changing cities? Action strategies were tested in the search for urban alternatives. We asked curator Angelika Fitz about findings and strategies between art, urban planning and activism. [more …]
(25 April 2017) Germany and Estonia are closely connected by a mutual history and culture, as well as their long and amicable political and economic relations. In the German Spring, events centred on art, culture, business, science and the German language will present a diversified programme being realized together by the Goethe-Institut Tallinn, the German Embassy in Tallinn and many other partners. [more …]
(20 April 2017) Mobility, not as physical movement in the city, but as a question of social, economic and ecological movement, is the focus of Mexibility. The project was realized as part of the Year of Germany by the Goethe-Institut in Mexico and uses mapping, photography and narrative to make social and political circumstances palpable. [more …]
Any and all topics can become subjects for design. While the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg is at work inventing a new type of designer, established Hamburg designers are continuing on their very own, unique path. [more …]
Living and working in Iceland – the Goethe-Institut Denmark and the Icelandic capital Reykjavik have invited author Adriana Altaras. She'll tell about her experiences on our literary blog from April until September.
Contemporary poetry as a medium of innovation? The Goethe-Institut Prague says "Yes!" and presents the lively and imaginative ways in which poets in the Czech Republic and Germany are breathing new vitality into poetry.