Wir fördern den Kulturaustausch zwischen Deutschland und Irland. Wir initiieren Filmreihen, Ausstellungen, Konzerte, Seminare und Festivals, bei denen es um die gemeinsame künstlerische Produktion, Rezeption und Reflexion geht.
The European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) in Ireland are delighted to launch the new European Book Club season, a series of monthly discussions on a bestselling novel in English translation.
Children’s books shape the world view we grow up with. Does children’s literature in Germany, Finland and other (Northern) European countries today reflect the increasingly diverse societies in which we live, or does it make a growing proportion of the young population invisible?
They are young, they are bold and they are connected – and are they the future of our libraries. 19 emerging international voices discuss the role of digital libraries – and digital technologies in libraries – in their countries. Join the discussion and participate in a series of online seminars with the best experts in the field.
This Podcast dives into the many colours of arts, language and life across cultures. St. Pauli fan and former Düsseldorfer Ciarán Murray and his guests explore the connecting moments of German and Irish life.
"Schnapsidee" & Co., "special German" words have their charm, but are often difficult to explain!
At the Goethe-Institut Irland we have made a selection of these words accessible to non-native speakers.
Robots in Residence
The Dublin residency of the Goethe-Institut's NAO robot has now concluded, where Irish artist David Beattie and coder Niamh Donnelly explored the robot's potential to learn how to touch and how to move its hands. See more about their project and about the robot's tour through Europe at the link below.
As part of Traces of Resistance, Fabian Saul will visit Dublin, Newry, Glasgow, Carlisle, and London to spot local traces of resistance in the urban environment and in the collective memory of its inhabitants.
Voices of Memory. A Riverside Sound Art Installation at the Irish National War Memorial Gardens by Christina Kubisch is a contemporary remembrance of the more than 49,000 Irish people who died in the First World War.