The Goethe Media Space showcases three to five artistic positions from Germany, Canada and beyond each year. It serves as a hub that focuses on pertinent developments in the current international arts and culture scene in Germany (including European and Canadian-German artists) and strives to open up the work that is hosted to an expanded intercultural dialogue.
A personal reading of Heinrich Zille’s photography by curator, artist, and scholar Gerald McMaster.
This year we joined the conversation on the meaning of home and belonging with the GOETHE FILMS series “Heimat NOW” and a reading with German author Frank Goosen as part of Culture talks @ Goethe.
This year, the German Embassy and the Goethe-Institut are joining in the celebrations of Canada's sesquicentennial year with an exciting series of cultural events.
GOETHE FILMS brings the best of German film to Toronto audiences. The series offers film lovers the opportunity to see a top selection of German contemporary arthouse film in Toronto’s premier cinema.
TORONTO, January 30, 2017 – With a nod to #Canada150, the Goethe-Institut Toronto is joining
the conversation on the meaning of home and belonging with their latest Goethe Films screening series, Heimat NOW.
Founded in 2005 by and at the Goethe-Institut under the playful moniker “Eh! U Meet the Europeans” as a celebration of a diverse but joint cultural expression, the EUFF kicked off with an ambitious and enthusiastic program of 15 participating countries.
For Open Minds: Adapting to the Future, a 3-night conversation series in the summer of 2016, the Goethe-Institut Toronto invited international artists, experts & audiences to engage about risk, resilience & resources, featuring thought leaders including Angela Merkel’s digital advisor Gesche Joost.
Imagine a new kind of cultural talk show, cultivating fresh conversations with some of Canada’s and Germany’s most celebrated and innovative curators, culture makers, artists and commentators.
Many thanks to our outstanding Canadian partners!