(21 January 2021)
Faced with the current economic situation in Spain, 13 educators from Spain were drawn to Schwäbisch Hall where they are working in the city’s day-care centres while learning German at the Goethe-Institut.
(18 January 2021)
The Metropolis Art Cinema in Beirut has already coped with a number of disasters, Covid-19 being just one of them. Director Hania Mroué nevertheless keeps finding new ways to bring international and Lebanese cinematic art to the public, thanks in part to funding from the International Relief Fund 2020 initiated by the Goethe-Institut, the German Foreign Office, and other foundations and cultural intermediary organisations.
(14 January 2021)
In the podcast “The Big Ponder” initiated by the Goethe-Institut Washington, authors use personal stories to explore what connects, separates or even surprises Germany and the USA. “The Latest at Goethe” spoke with Bilal Qureshi, one of the podcast authors.
(11 January 2021)
Defending the possibilities of culture against a world that is increasingly perceived as “hellish”: Le Biennali Invisibili (The Invisible Biennials), a project commissioned by the Goethe-Zentrum Baku, is showing an online biennial inspired by Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities.