What makes #Leipzig so special? Is it the trade fair city’s long tradition as a trade hub, adventures outdoors, or perhaps its colourful art scene? Our author Tanja Grevismühl explores Leipzig’s classical highlights and adds some you are not likely to find in a travel guide.
Are we ready? Artificial Intelligence will change the way we communicate, create and experience our world. “Kulturtechniken 4.0” invites artists, thinkers and creative minds to participate in one of the most important discussions of our time.
Do you want to learn more about Germany, get to know the different states and discover the diversity of German cities? Then come along on a digital trip to Germany as part of the Brisbane German Week 2021 and participate in the creative competition #deutschlandsoschön open to all students learning German in Australia.
Ton Steine Scherben came out with their first record about fifty years ago. They processed and actually made their own mark on the social conflicts in post-war West Germany more than just about any other band at the time. Now, half a century on, Klaus Walter looks back at these “renegade rockers”.
On 26 September 2021 during the German Federal Elections a new government and new chancellor will be elected. The Goethe-Institut in the US prepared this dossier with an abundance of information and resources that are also suitable for the German classroom in Australia.
These STEM workshops for secondary students explore core concepts of artificial intelligence, the science behind it, its impact on society and how to use interactive AI content for language acquisition.
The Onleihe is Goethe-Institut’s digital library. More than 35,000 German language eBooks, audio books, movies, materials for German language learners, magazines and newspapers are available for downloading from the Onleihe - and it's all for free!