© Sonya Schönberger | Goethe-Institut Thursday, 25.07.2019, 7pm An Evening on Roses During her time in London Goethe@LUX artist in residence Sonya Schönberger has been researching the impact of the Kenyan cut flowers industry. In this discussion she will be joined by Australian artist Gabriella Hirst. Christian Schulz, © Schramm Film Wednesday, 24.07.2019, 7pm Special Preview: Transit Fleeing the German occupation of Paris, George heads for Marseille in 1941. After adopting the identity of another man, his fate becomes entangled with the other man’s wife – and that of others trying to leave Europe. © Tomke Beyer | Sonya Schönberger Sonya Schönberger - Goethe@LUX Residency 2019 “Why do we need roses?” Read the interview with Sonya Schönberger, in which she talks about the background of cheap flowers in supermarkets, the much-hyped succulent plants and (post-) colonialism of the plant world. © Goethe-Institut e.V. Summer Closure Check out our changed opening hours over the summer weeks in Glasgow London What we offer German courses Learn German with the international market leader for German courses. German exams You can get your language skills certified by taking a Goethe-Institut exam. Library Learn more about society, politics, and culture in Germany. Lending Service eLibrary About us We promote knowledge of the German language abroad and foster international cultural cooperation. Contact and Opening Hours Staff Job Opportunities Current Projects Illustration: © Tobias Schrank Europe Crisis, Brexit, swing to the right: we mainly talk about the EU only when it’s burning. What do we want from the EU? What could it still be? How do we want to shape it? Europe – what now? Graphic: Lea Delazer © Goethe-Institut Berlinale-Blogger 2019 Each year in February the film world gathers in Berlin. Twelve bloggers and film journalists will present their takes on the 69th Berlinale for the Goethe-Institut. Photo (detail): commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Lelikro Bauhaus 100 years of the Bauhaus Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919 – and in doing so revolutionised architecture, design and the way we think about it. What influence does this art school have today?