Anyone in search of a deep, refreshing lungful of fresh air should probably head to the mountains or the seaside. A big city is unlikely to offer prime quality air. More and more German cities are taking measures to clean up the air.
The wall that divided Germany and Berlin fell in 1989. What changes have the country and the city seen since then? And where does one still find traces of the previous borders? Walks and tours along the places where the wall once stood.
In our November Popcast moderator David Creedon presents music by Gaddafi Gals, Deichkind, Steffi x Virginia, Trettmann
and Kreidler. Rock, Pop, Hip-Hop, Electro: every month we shine our search beacon into the nation’s studios and clubs. Together with Zündfunk, Bavarian Radio’s scene magazine, we showcase the latest music by riveting off-the-charts bands.
Getting around the city could be so easy if it weren’t for everyone else on the road. Here is an A to Z of the most important drivers and riders you’re likely to encounter in the average urban environment.
Five million incidents is a series of activities that will take place in the premises of Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan in Kolkata and New Delhi over a span of one year. It aims at expanding our notion of art as an extension of everyday experience of life. Numerous practitioners of different art disciplines will explore the “process of making” as a moment of sharing and interaction with you, the audience.
Cultural exchange thrives through personal encounters. The Goethe-Institut and its partners offer varied opportunities in residencies, trainings and workshops in Germany, in India or online. Recent opportunities are listed here.