All over the world, young people are fighting for a common goal: a sustainable future. How can we design a sustainable future for everyone? We want to hear your ideas! Join in the competition “Schools for Sustainability”!
Kaldor Public Art Projects celebrates its 50th anniversary and takes over the Art Gallery of NSW with the exhibition Making Art Public.
The Goethe-Institut has frequently collaborated with Kaldor Public Art Projects, and this partnership continues in the current program.
This interesting poster exhibition highlights the years 1989/90. It recalls the protests against the falsification of the GDR municipal elections, the summer commutation and the mass protests in autumn that brought the SED dictatorship to its knees. It can be visited until Februrary 2020 at the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne.
Australia´s international documentary film festival is back to present a brand new program of the most talked-about films on the circuit, with its usual focus on independent and cutting-edge movies. This 9th edition will open with the Australian premiere of the new Werner Herzog film Nomad: in the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin
When Chuck takes Harmony on a road trip in his campervan, he’s just an average American guy trying to romance the object of his affection. When Sakurai chats with Pepper about her day, she’s an ordinary Japanese grandmother talking with an energetic, easily distracted child. But in Hi, AI not all is as it seems.
More than 20 million people around the world play netball. But almost none of them live in Germany. In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a German who has even heard of this classic Commonwealth game. Yet an underground of expat teams exists in Germany and throughout Europe – and last year, Berlin joined the fold.
In Germany, antagonism towards refugees seems to be on the rise and the far-right is exploiting the issue of migration to further their agenda. But what is it like for those directly affected? What is it is really like to live in exile in Germany?
What’ll I cook when the fridge is empty at the end of the month? How will I save the world in the process? And how will I survive University? At goethe.de/nofilter you can find tips, curiosities and funny stories about living in Germany.
In cooperation with the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, our community garden located at the Goethe-Institut in Sydney, has been designed to promote gardening, sustainability and positive food habits.