Commemorating the 100th anniversary of "Siddhartha", the Goethe-Instituts in South Asia are exploring the ways South Asia and Germany are received by one another – in literature, music, film and everyday culture. For the start we accompany the band Jisr on their tour.
Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919 – and in doing so revolutionised architecture, design and the way we think about it. What influence does this art school have today? And what should everyone know about the Bauhaus?
Kafka’s story The Metamorphosis describes the feelings of a travelling salesman awakening one morning in the body of a beetle. “‘VRwandlung’ transfers Franz Kafka’s work from the pages of a book to virtual reality.
local international is an international academic exchange project for fashion designers from Germany and Bangladesh focusing on sustainability and fair production methods within the fashion and textile industry.
Poets tranlating Poets' vision was to transcend boundaries of language and culture, through the act of translation and poetry. The project was aimed at creating a platform for poets from South Asia and Germany to translate each other’s works.
The Goethe-Institut in Dhaka is very keen on bringing people together. We like to invite artists and musicians, fotographers and academics, filmmakers and authors and so many more to Bangladesh where they come together with local colleagues.
Goethe-Institut brings the second edition of Science Film Festival! In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, many screenings will only take place virtually this year. The selection of the Science Film Festival 2021 has therefore been made available online.
Although eco-friendly, ethical, and sustainable fashion has only been a recent awakening for the global fashion industry, Bangladesh has been a quiet champion practicing it in silence for multiple generations.
Games are part of life and video games have long since become an asset that enables a globally networked industry to gain billions in profit. But video games have long since established themselves as their own art form too.
From minimalist sketches to detailed images, from autobiographical stories to historical narratives: Our comic-strip artists are divers. We introduce their graphic novels and the artists who create them.
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The eLibrary is the virtual library of the Goethe-Institut Bangladesh. This service allows you to borrow digital media, such as ebooks, audio and video files, and electronic newspapers and magazines, for a predetermined period of time, by downloading them from our eLibrary.