The Girls' Day - the biggest career orientation project for girls worldwide - comes to Australia! Girls in years 7 and 8 have the opportunity to visit companies and universities and accompany women in STEM careers.
We are proud to invite teachers of German and personnel of school canteens to our first culinary event. Our guest chef Helge Hagemann from Hamburg will team up with pastry chef Brigit Marx of Sugar Plum Bakery in Sydney for this exciting free workshop.
On 14 November, the Goethe-Institut and the German National Tourist Office will present a German-Australian dinner with acclaimed chefs from Hamburg and Sydney. Book now for this exquisite culinary experience!
How do designers, artists, scientists and researchers work with an intangible medium such as air? The international exhibition Dynamics of Air at RMIT Gallery in Melbourne will showcase the beauty, dynamics, and sensuality of air, featuring many exciting German contributors.
Who are they and how do they live? The advertising and media world has discovered a new target group: Generation Z, fully digitalized since birth, is coming of age. But on screen they are (still) representing the lives of Millennials.
Moving to Berlin hasn’t really been a case of leaving behind a displeasing life in Australia for Bella Peacock. Her Berlin eureka moment has had more to do with her project, ‘Better Times’, an online platform for women’s stories of empowering dating and sexual experiences.
The year is 2008. You’re young, new in Berlin and your German vocabulary consists of ‘Guten Tag’ and phrases gleaned from ‘Inspector Rex’. Your employment options are fairly limited, but you’re so determined to stay that you’ll happily serve beers to noisy backpackers or scrub toilets to make it happen.