Popcast in February

The latest music from Germany - every month in our Popcast. This time with Power Plush, Yosa Peit and many more!

Yosa Peit © Sinistra Ging

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Our experience for your success

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The Goethe-Institut brings the German language to the world. We offer German courses and German exams in over 90 countries.

  • The right solution for every need
  • German courses for all levels
  • Internationally recognised language certificates

Library

Diverse. Open to all.

In the library you will find a selection of media in German and in translation: books, magazines, films, music and games. Get inspired, find out about current topics and trends, and get to know Germany.

Opening hours

Mon: 5 - 8 pm
Tue, Wed, Thur: 2 - 8 pm
Fri: 5 - 8 pm
Sat: 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

Bibliothek Zeitschriften/Leseraum im Goethe-Institut Montreal © Jean Guy Lambert

Subjects and Projects

Hannah Arendt
Thinking is Dangerous

The dossier about Hannah Arendt’s conception of thinking explores this aspect of her work and life through art, dialogue, performance, play, music, and silence.

Hannah Arendt - Thinking is Dangerous

Residency Chain & Web dossier
The Right To Be Cold¹ – Circumpolar Perspectives

​The focus of this transdisciplinary cross-border project lies on the so-called Arctic and Boreal region; implying issues concerning indigenous knowledges, ecology, climate justice, and culture is central to the initiative.

The Right To Be Cold

© Susanne Hætta

German Series in Canada
Binge Fever!

Television “Made in Germany” is having a golden moment with the rise of international streaming services. German series that appeal to global audiences through smart and original writing, diverse themes, talented lineups and opulent productions have never received so much attention. 

Serienfieber Illustration einer Hand mit Fernbedienung

© Colourbox / Image editing Goethe-Institut Los Angeles © Colourbox / Image editing Goethe-Institut Los Angeles

About us

Cultural exchange

We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. 

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  • Vorlesestunde für Kinder
  • Nils Wanderer beim GIM

Come visit us Goethe-Institut Montreal

Address

1626 boul. St-Laurent
Bureau 100
H2X 2T1 Montreal, QC
Kanada

Contact

Telephone

+1 514 499 0159

E-Mail

info-montreal@goethe.de

Opening hours

Mon: 5 - 8 pm
Tue, Wed, Thur: 2 - 8 pm
Fri: 5 - 8 pm
Sat: 9:30 am - 1:30 pm
Mon-Fri: You can book an appointment with our colleagues from the language course office. We also gladly help you by e-mail to kurse-montreal-ottawa@goethe.de or by phone: 438-346-3902.
Course hours: The institute is open for you at the respective course times.
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