The Goethe-Institut invites experts and creatives worldwide to exchange ideas on colonial power relations, their consequences and, above all, how to dismantle them: in discourses, interviews, opinion articles and art projects. For a decolonized and non-racial world.
Every first Wednesday of each month the Goethe-Institut will provide a platform for young artists to showcase their artistic skills on the terrace of the Goethe-Institut in Accra.
Temporary Closure Of Goethe-Institut Ghana
Owing to the pandemic of coronavirus (Covid 19), Goethe-Institut Ghana is hereby closed with immediate effect until further notice. This decision is in the interest of our numerous clients and our staff in these difficult times. We will communicate any further development in due course. Watch out for new information on our websites and social media. Stay safe and protect yourself from this virus. Clients seeking German language course related information should call +233 (0)593877909.
Eleven German lecturers from Eastern Europe were trained as media experts at the invitation of the Goethe-Institut and the BR Media Literacy Projects. For The Latest at Goethe, the Ukrainian participant Julia Taips describes her expectations of the project at the Munich broadcasting centre.
The artist Natascha Sadr Haghighian is known for assuming different identities without revealing her own biography. At the Venice Biennale she worked for the German Pavilion and now presented her work at the festival "Movement (1920-2020)" by Onassis Stegi, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Athens. The journalist Despina Zefkili met the artist on behalf of „Goethe aktuell“ and spoke with her about the right to freedom of movement and our responsibility to defend it.
How can cultural institutions do justice to the diverse worlds of experience of people in a globalised world? From 16 January, the Friendly Confrontations festival by the Münchner Kammerspiele and the Goethe-Institut will investigate this question. The kick-off event will be held at the head office of the Goethe-Institut.
This 3-day workshop, the first in an intended workshop series in 2020/21, aims at creating a mutual forum for key practitioners in the field of cultural heritage in Ghana and bringing them together to jointly “map” important heritage collections in the country. The special focus will be on collections of music and other forms of expressive culture as an important store of African and World Heritage and knowledge.
Goethe-Institut Ghana presents KASA BIBLIOTHEK, a Plattform to discuss specific and diverse topics which will be interspersed with musical performance. The first event comes off at the Goethe-Institut Library on Friday, 27th March, 2020.