Exhibition | Thursday, July 11, 2019 - Saturday, September 28, 2019 | Never Apart
Queer as German Folk
As a joint project of the Goethe-Institut, Schwules Museum Berlin, and the Federal Agency for Civic Education, this exhibition takes the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots as an opportunity to offer an insight into the history of queer movements in the Federal Republic of Germany, the German Democratic Republic, and reunited Germany since the 1960s.
Concerts | August 20 to 25, 2019 | MUTEK, various locations
German artists at the MUTEK
MUTEK celebrates its twentieth anniversary with a strong line-up, as usual, of German talent. Festival favourites Jan Jelinek and Monolake will be back in town for much anticipated shows, while rkss performs for the first time in Montreal. And of course, the concert by the legendary Gudrun Gut, from Berlin's original underground new wave, industrial and electronic scenes, shouldn’t be missed !
Film series | Every first Thursday of the month | Cinéma du Parc, Montreal
Achtung Film! : Contemporary German cinema in all its diversity and richness, from fiction to documentary, established to emerging filmmakers, from entertaining to challenging films.
Films in our new series:
- 09/05 Gundermann
- 10/03 Lomo - The language of many others
- 11/06 I was at home, but
- 12/05 The breath
Projection | Monday, June 3, 2019 - Saturday, August 31, 2019 | Goethe-Institut
Emerging Artists - Contemporary Experimental Films
With their program "Emerging Artists – Contemporary Experimental Films and Video Art From Germany" AG Kurzfilm and German Films have been promoting the next generation of experimental short filmmakers since 2013. From this series, the Goethe-Institut has selected three works to present in its windows throughout the summer: The Divine Way, a work based on Dante’s Divine Comedy, Still Life, a new take on nature films, and Stick it, one artist’s attempt to enter the mind frame of competitive gymnastics.
Exhibition | Tuesday, May 28 - Sunday, September 15, 2019 | Phi Centre
From May 28 – September 15, the Phi Centre presents >HUM(AI)N, an exhibition of 9 international virtual reality works dealing with humans in the age of technology. Included in the exhibition, is Totaler Tanz by German artists Maya Puig, Patrik de Jong and Dirk Hoffmann, created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the famous German design school and movement, Bauhaus.