To prevent the spread of COVID-19, Goethe-Institut Bangladesh remains closed for the public until further notice. All language courses are held online. Stay tuned with our Website and Facebook for further updates!
A digital industry event in March, an audience event in June – this year's Berlinale has to tread unconventional paths due to the pandemic. It is all the more important that it is being held nonetheless.
In keeping with the Government directives, the Goethe-Institut Bangladesh is currently closed and operating from home office. Keeping social distancing in mind, with the intention of uninterrupted quality teaching, we are offering an exciting, online-live experience brought for the first time to Bangladesh.
During several of my research trips on textiles into the less westernised regions of Mexico and Bangladesh, which still have fairly intact structures for producing handicrafts, I met many highly creative and especially incredibly dexterous personalities.
Join us on this special journey and immerse yourself in new worlds: Graphic Travelogues presents travel experiences by comic artists from different countries. From sketches to graphic novels, graphic diaries and travel drawings - discover with us the treasures we collect here.
Kulturama brings international culture into your living room: house concerts live from Buenos Aires, puppet theatre from the kitchen or live acts from the Berlin club scene. Organisers enter their events and open them to international audiences. Spectators can find dates and support artists with donations. Together and in solidarity through this time.
No red carpet at the 71st Berlinale – but ten film journalists from eight countries are looking forward to an online film selection. They will present their cinematic discoveries and their reflections on the film festival in the Corona year
There are many myths on the subject of women in the Bauhaus. Author Theresia Enzensberger points out that where women’s equality is concerned, the school might have been progressive – but the inclusive attitude remained incomplete.