The International German Olympics (IDO) is the largest German language contest in the world, which takes place every two years in Germany. The Goethe-Institut is organising the National German Olympics in Cyprus this year and is inviting young people aged 14-17, who are learning German as a foreign language, to take part.
The Goethe-Institut Cyprus will be awarding two scholarships to young people from Cyprus, who would like to participate in the youth project Follow Democracy, which will be taking place from 8 to 16 September 2018 in Neustadt/Weinstraße and the surroundings.
Application deadline extended until 27th April 2018.
Achim and Marios, the founders of the Theater Collective SRSLYyours, have collaborated on various stage projects for eight years and their plays, Woyzeck and Fear Industry, attract international attention. The Goethe-Institut wanted to know why they are so successful together and met with them for a coffee at the Garden Day & Night in Nicosia. [more …]
The cinema of the future invites the viewer to do more than look. Full-dome projections and virtual reality technology immerse him in the world of the film. But the 360 degree experience is still only in its infancy. [more …]
During the 36-hour Factory of Thought, organized by the Goethe-Institut and the Akademie der Künste, experts, scientists and artists talked about public space. 80 pages are giving now an impression about the discussions, that have been held, the questions, that have been asked and the answers that have been found. [more …]
Some speak Greek and some speak Turkish. Some live in the south and some live in the north of the divided island of Cyprus. During the Theatre workshop "Myths and Tales from Across the Divide" they will discover surprising things.