Together with the Asinakuthula Collective, Athambile Masola tells the stories of black African women that have not been in history books or Wikipedia so far. After an edit-a-thon as part of the project “Decolonise The Internet”, she spoke with “The latest” at Goethe about her work.
Jackie Karuti from Kenya is the recipient of the second Henrike Grohs Art Award, an award for African artists in the visual arts founded by the Goethe-Institut and the Grohs family. Akwasi Bediako Afrane (Ghana) and Sabelo Mlangeni (South Africa) were selected as runners-up.
The QuaRANTine Choir is an artistic chain reaction, a choir separated by time and space. In the podcast’s ten episodes, artists and musicians play with the idea of the rant.
The Annual Report 2019/2020 of the Goethe-Institut is dedicated to Europe. In his editorial, Johannes Ebert, Secretary-General of the Goethe-Institut, speaks out in favour of solidarity and cultural and social networking – especially in times of the Corona pandemic.