If you're curious to read and hear more about what Germany’s cultural scene has to offer, from photography to music to film and the arts, follow the Goethe-Institut's new blog "Custom Culture"
. The cultural centre's North American programmers let you in on what they are currently watching, reading, playing and making. Alongside their American and Mexican colleagues, Toronto Program Curator Jutta Brendemühl and Program Assistant Pari Ludin offer their insights into ongoing discourses and reveal hidden gems in this blog.
Through a 10-part essay series, Jutta Brendemühl will be introducing Leipzig photographer Edgar Leciejewski, discuss form, colour, windows and frames in photography, follow the rise and fall of the Polaroid, and guide you to make your own flip book.
Pari Ludin, a trained pianist, will be revealing music gems from Germany you may not know about, starting with late romantic composer Felix Draeseke.