Great news for everyone interested in learning German in Indonesia: All our courses are now online! There is no need to be based in Jakarta or Bandung. You can learn German from wherever you are in Indonesia.
A talk with Judith Schalansky, author of the book Verzeichnis einiger Verluste, Kartini Nurdin, Chair Person of the Publisher Yayasan Pustaka Obor Foundation Indonesia, and Hendarto Setiadi, translator.
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A new section on the website of Goethe-Institut Indonesien that features stories and inspirational activities by artists, intellectuals and cultural workers who have worked closely with Goethe-Institut Indonesien before.
#MusicTalk is the new music series format from Goethe-Institut, starting March 2020, in support of #wfh or Working From Home. The program features Indonesian music artists and industry players from various genres. Each one-hour episode is an interactive program that combines music talk, intimate performance from a guest’s own home, and Q&A streamed through our Instagram channel @goetheinstitut_indonesien