“Timebond” is an exhibition born out of the collective efforts of eighteen Ethiopian visual artists who following their experiences as students and classmates at Alle School of Fine Arts and Design in the late 1980’s, formed a tight network of exchange and mutual inspiration that has endured over three decades and across three continents.
With the institute as a whole having celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2021 and with the 60th anniversary of the Goethe-Institut Äthiopien now approaching, a series of public activities are scheduled throughout 2022
Artists from 14 African countries meet in workshops and create a new (comic) world together!
Discover new perspectives, learn more about African comic art in videos and follow the creation of new stories!
The problem of unpaid care work is attracting increasing attention. But what are so-called queer care communities and why are they still needed? Alek B. Gerber describes how people are forced to close the supply gaps in public nursing care themselves.
After the political change in Ethiopia that enabled new possibilities for the development of civil society, it is meaningful to look at the work of media, especially that of television, and to give it new incentives.