Goethe-Institut is organizing a series of weekly 60-minute short training sessions for teachers who teach German at an Indonesian school and are looking for effective methods for their online teaching.
Ayo - Let’s go! We are calling artists, activists, creative workers, and professionals from various backgrounds to join us for Kotaton, an urban hackathon to jointly create post-COVID solutions for urban challenges in Bandung!
With more than 60 years of high-quality teaching experience in Indonesia, Goethe-Institut has opened registration for its new German courses. All types of courses are now available online and can be accessed from anywhere in Indonesia.
Be it with utopian visions of the world or portraits of Berlin millennials – the novels by the writer Leif Randt illuminate the present. Any pop-cultural references, however, arise more from intuition rather than intention, says the author.
The concept of the “past” already carries a moral burden on German post-war society, from its defeat in the First World War to the genocide committed by the National Socialists in various regions of Europe.
By: Dini Adanurani
Projects Topics and Project of Goethe-Institut Indonesien
Arthouse Cinema 2021 will take place in a new format: the films that are curated by Anggraeni Dwi Widhiasih can be viewed free of charge on the video-on-demand platform provided by Goethe-Institut from June to December 2021. Furthermore, ten newly commissioned film reviews expand the range of the series.
A dialogue between the collections of Galeri Nasional Indonesia, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and Singapore Art Museum, initiated by the Goethe-Institut.