Registration is open for German language courses in Face-to-Face, Online and Blended Learning formats. Afrikaans and Oshiwambo are only available face-to-face. Register today, learn a new language and create new perspectives.
The artistic-technical research center Academy for Theatre and Digitality in Dortmund is offering five-months-long fellowships. This call covers the research period, February to June 2022, and ends on March 10, 2021. The call for applications is addressed to artists, technicians and post-graduate fellows who have a keen interest in researching artistic-technical relations within digital narratives in theatre spaces, as well as putting those into practice.
(21 January 2021)
Faced with the current economic situation in Spain, 13 educators from Spain were drawn to Schwäbisch Hall where they are working in the city’s day-care centres while learning German at the Goethe-Institut.
Dealing with the pandemic demands quite a lot from us. Two questions are crucial right now: How ready are we to learn from it? And what lessons will we learn? Which is why EU countries in particular should now move closer together to become a Europe of solidarity.
In the context and aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, health and mental well-being are more important than ever. We invite filmmakers, producers, distributors and broadcasters to submit films on the topic through our online application form until April 10, 2021
Are you fluent in Oshindonga, Khoekhoegowab, Otjiherero, RuKwangali, siLozi, San Ju|’hoan or SeTswana? Then we need you! Apply for your contribution to the African German Phrase Book. Click below for more information.
The Goethe-Institut's Visual Arts Project Fund supports artists, curators and institutions from different countries and regions in the realisation of projects planned jointly and based on a division of labour.