Artists from the Mediterranean region and beyond, in collaboration with scientists, are designing interactive maps that are all about water as a cultural asset. The aim is to develop a polyphonic collection of maps with exciting perspectives that tell new stories about our relationship to the element of water.
Berlinale Selection 2023 is the fourth edition of the film series presenting current German cinema in Cyprus. The Goethe-Institut Cyprus has been organizing this film series since 2019. This year four award-winning German films will be shown, that premiered at the Berlinale 2022, as well as a film about Iran that premiered at the Berlinale 2019.
The Weeks of the German Language are organized annually by the Embassies of Austria, Germany and Switzerland and the Goethe-Institut Cyprus. The events aim to bring audiences closer to the German language and the culture of the German-speaking countries, as well as to highlight the benefits of multilingualism and intercultural exchange.
KunstRaumGoethe is an event-series of the Goethe-Institut Cyprus launched in 2020 consisting of exhibitions with contemporary artists and curators, who are connected to Germany and Cyprus in different ways and/or deal with this in their work.
The Frau Architekt exhibition in Nicosia presents the work and personal portraits of 11 female Cypriot architects, in addition to the 22 female German architects originally presented at the DAM (German Architecture Museum) in Frankfurt, in 2017.
New Stages Southeast invites playwrights and theater professionals from Southeast Europe to exchange and develop current materials and themes.The exchange takes place within the countries, between the countries and with authors from Germany.
The interactive wall installation Disappearing Wall combines quotes from European high and pop culture to demonstrate Europe’s diversity. From October 2020, the striking installations can be seen in Cyprus.
Germany takes over the EU Council Presidency on 1 July 2020. With #GoethefürEuropa, the Goethe-Institut is strengthening its European commitment and, together with its partners, is launching a Europe-wide series of projects dedicated to the diversity of Europe and the creation of a common European public sphere.
Following the translations workshop Crossing with poets from Germany and Cyprus in the first quarter of 2019, we invited them approximately a year later to share one of their poems with us and to take part in our virtual #WohnzimmerGedichte (living room poems) readings.
Womanhood brings to the stage a group of theatre-loving amateurs, following a series of workshops with Marios Ioannou. Together, they put a magnifying glass on some of the parts that comprise women's immense worlds.
The aim of the Freiraum (Free Space) project is to assess the state of freedom in Europe’s cities. What are the issues that come up when residents, sociologists and creative artists think about the concept of “freedom” in very local terms?
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.
Museum of the Future
What is the role of education for the wellbeing of a society? How can museums be catalysts of a move towards emancipated citizenship? Academics, museum professionals and other experts from Germany and India will examine these exciting issues.