• Shifting © Goethe-Institut Kolkata


    See you soon!

    Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan has now permanently closed at 8, Ballygunge Circular Road and our team has moved into the new premises at Park Mansions on Park Street. For the moment, construction is underway. We regret that we are unable to welcome visitors as of now.

    You can however contact us at the following telephone numbers and e-mail ID:
    +91 33 2264 6602
    +91 33 2264 6398
    +91 33 2264 6424

    info@kolkata.goethe.org

  • New contact details © Goethe-Institut Kolkata / Photo:Friso Maecker


    New contact details

    The Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan now has a new address:
    Park Mansions, Gate 4
    57A, Park Street
    Kolkata 700016
    India


    The construction of your new Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan is still underway. Unfortunately we are unable to welcome any visitors at the moment.

    Our new landline numbers are:
    +91 33 2264 6602
    +91 33 2264 6398
    +91 33 2264 6424


    The language office will remain closed till 30.06.2017. You can however contact us from Monday to Friday between 10:00 - 14:00 hours on 9836022993 or write to us at german@kolkata.goethe.org

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New Patrons © Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Kolkata


New Patrons

This is a project, where the civil society commissions an artist (a visual - artist / architect / designer / writer / performer / musician etc.) to create for the community; addressing a pressing need to bring about a positive change. 

Logo Inherited memories © Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Kolkata

Forgotten and Recalled
My Parents' World

As the world is now gripped with the Syrian refugee crisis and debates rage on their acceptance in various countries in Europe, it may be the right time to look back into some of the biggest refugee crises and human migration in recent history. The debates centre mostly around the broader theme of what impact the refugees would have if they are allowed to settle in a particular society.

180 Seconds City © Goethe-Institut

GOETHE.DE/180SECONDS
180 SECONDS CITY

From Berlin to Bogota – and back via Tokyo and Kolkata! 16 cities, 64 short films and four themes taken from life in the big cities of the world: in 180 seconds emerges a picture of a city, showing what unites us and what makes us different from one another.