How can new clothes be so cheap? What impact do fast-changing fashion trends have on the environment? What kind of responsibility do we have as consumers? The exhibition Fast Fashion – The Dark Side of Fashion responds to these questions until 3 September in Melbourne.
This Mexican, Danish/French/German/Norwegian co-production’s two titles inspire images of wild lands, unrestrained entities refusing to hew to the world’s rules, and of feelings urges roaming free. [more …]
Cognitive linguistics and grammar have been developing for three decades and promise to offer great benefits to language teaching. It is no exaggeration to describe this process as a paradigm shift – moving away from a focus on form and structure and towards prioritizing the constructions in learners’ brains. [more …]
When the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) takes over the city’s cinemas in August, movie magic isn’t the only thing it’ll be offering. For cinephiles eager for an international experience without leaving the comfort of their chairs, however, it also provides a window into the world around them.
How is it possible, that fashionable clothing items are so cheap? Who are the people producing the items and under what circumstances are they working? What impact do the fast changing fashion trends have on the environment? The exhibition Fast Fashion. The dark side of fashion deals with these questions...
German? Absolutely! Have a look at our updated concepts and teaching materials for children. This offer is for 4-10 year old German learners and those who support young German learners playfully with the newest educational methods.