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Complicated grammar, boring exercises, long vocabulary lists? This has got to stop! That’s why the Goethe-Institut is looking for a creative web video concept for learning German. Sign up, take part!
2017 is Europe’s super election year. We have asked people in and outside of Europe: What do you wish for Europe in 2017? #mywishforeurope
Photo: Tymek Piotrowski © Goethe-Institut Polen
Whether with the thrill of anticipation or weary groans - we perpetually seek to satisfy our wanderlust. In online exhibitions, interviews and more, the Goethe-Institut Poland takes up the theme of travel from a range of perspectives.
Photo: © Stefano Capezzone│FabLab Roma Makers
Whether handicrafts, publishing or product design – digitalisation has also captured the arts and media scene. To connect designers and experts, the Goethe-Institut Italy has taken up the theme of the creative economy.
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Where does Europe end and Asia begin? How do boundaries arise and what do these lines of demarcation mean for countries and people? The Goethe-Institute Moscow has invited young artists to take up the theme of boundaries – in the geographic and figurative sense.
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Virtual Reality we can touch is now also available, in theatre and media art. The Goethe-Institut Japan explores in depth these digital creations: can we rediscover reality in this way, or will we get lost in fantasy worlds?
Illustration (detail): © Halfdan Pisket
Graphic artists and illustrators tackle the refugee crisis and process prejudices, fears and misreporting into comics. "Picture Politics" is a project by Goethe-Institutes in Northern Europe.
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Berlin and Rome are not only the capitals of Germany and Italy, they are also the creative centres of their countries. The Goethe Institute Italy shows in a dossier how young designers work in both cities – and what challenges they are facing.
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The Goethe-Institut China investigates the human body and displays it in many facets: as a hybrid entity in art, as an occasion for encounter and conversation, and as a means of expression of identity and aesthetics.
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People in Trieste, Rome, Naples and Palermo have answered the Goethe-Institut Italy. In about 70 podcasts, they guide us to places of their very own, personal, audible happiness: Italy as an acoustic landscape of happiness.
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What do the private sphere and data privacy mean in the digital age? The theatre project P3M5, initiated by the Goethe-Institut USA, revolves around this question. Dramatists from the USA and Europe present their answers in 5-minute films.
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Earrings, chairs and skateboards made from plastic waste – creative upcycling that is already making a better future a reality: the Future-Perfect Dossier on life with and without plastic.
Photo (detail): © Galerie Kai Dikhas
Centuries old and vibrant to this day – the language and culture of the Hungarian Roma. The Goethe-Institut Hungary devotes a dossier to this important and complex chapter of European cultural history.
Aman Sethi and Georg Diez, two journalists from India and Germany, discuss the so called refugee issue – by letter!
"In Conversation With ..."
Diversity of forms
Fruits and vegetables that do not conform to specific standards never make it to the supermarket. But artist Uli Westphal's camera captures them. He tells why in the latest interview in the Goethe-Institut Prague's series "In Conversation With ...".