Goethe-Institut invites graphic artists and teams of graphic artists and writers/authors/scenarists to submit proposals for new comics on Indigenous feminist movements and activists from the Global South. Up to ten selected stories will be published in a Comic Anthology in 2021.
The National Science Week goes online this year. A selection of online science films and videos, DIY science experiments and quizzes are available for free. One highlight is the documentary feature film "Checker Tobi and the Secret of the Planet".
This striking debut feature won the Teddy Award for best queer film at this year’s Berlinale — and it’s now available to view in Australia as part of the 2020 online Melbourne International Film Festival.
To the untrained eye, Mauerpark looks like an abandoned lot. This grungy yet hugely popular green space is renowned for its sprawling flea market, open-air karaoke and historic significance. Now, thanks to the completion of a major redevelopment, there’s twice as much room to party.
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.