We would like to inform you that our institute will be closed on Wednesday 28th February 2018.
The exhibition brings forth the questions on the role of architects/planners today in shaping the housing landscape for a more sustainable and inclusive urban development in India going forward.
How has India moved and shaked post independence? An insider-outsider narrative by Martin Kämpchen, German writer, publicist, translator, teacher, activist, who after his studies in the USA, Vienna and Paris, began to live in India from 1973. On the threshold of 70 himself, he revisits the journey of the 70-year-old subcontinent.
In collaboration with: Department of History and Department of German, University of Mumbai | Tuesday, 20.2.2018, 2.30pm
Along with language, culture of a country, plays a pivotal role in any business communication, but also in everyday life. You will learn how to deal with different cultures and how to communicate successfully.
Start: Monday 12th March 2018, 10.00 a.m. - 5.30 p.m., Library, Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhaven Mumbai
The Lost Wax Project, the first part of the tripartite work that is being developed by Preethi Athreya, seeks to explore concepts such as body, space and transformation through potentiality.
This course prepares you for the international examination Prüfung Wirtschaftsdeutsch International (PWD).
Start: 05.03.2018 and 04.06.2018 | Ongoing Registration at the office in Kala Ghoda, Mumbai