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.
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.