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15 / 2022

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German Language

Sprachkurse Goethe-Institut

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Levels A1.1, A1.2, A2.1

Our superintensive courses

Do you want to learn in a group and have fun and success learning German? Then sign up quickly for our super-intensive courses from 05.09.2022!


Meakusma Festival

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Meakusma Festival

The 2022 Meakusma Festival will take place from September 1st till September 4th. Two eventful years, think pandemic and the 2021 floods in East Belgium, prevented the festival from happening in 2020 and 2021, but we are happy to be able to announce a new edition to which we have even added an extra day to compensate the two cancelled editions.

When and where?
01. - 04.09.2022
Fatma Aydemir

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Meet the Author #20: Fatma Aydemir

We are delighted to welcome you to our first round of the International Book Club after the summer break, in September. We are particularly looking forward to our next guest Fatma Aydemir, whose novel Dschinns we will discuss.

All are welcome to participate in the online event. It is not a requirement to have read the book. Participation is free of charge, the discussion will take place in German.

When and where?
7 pm

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Tashweesh Festival

Through performances, conversations, reading groups, screenings, concerts and club nights, we seek common ground beyond perceived cultural boundaries. We talk about stereotypes, queer and trans utopias, gender, bodies, public space, activist strategies and feminist revolutions.

When and where?
28.09. - 08.10.2022

In partnership with L’Art Rue (Tunis), Tanzquartier (Vienna) and Beursschouwburg (Brussels)
with the support of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

European Projects

Culture moves Europe 2.3x1

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Culture Moves Europe

Culture Moves Europe is the new mobility action funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union and implemented by the Goethe-Institut. Based on the successful pilot phase i-Portunus, Culture Moves Europe supports the mobility of artists, creators and cultural professionals among all countries participating in Creative Europe and will run until July 2025.


Benjamin Panten
Online Editor and Communications Officer