Projects

libraryselfie#2019 © Library Aid Africa

Call for participation! #libraryselfie2019

#libraryselfie2019 – a project that is organized by Library Aid Africa in partnership with the Goethe-Institut – will kick start in six African countries this August!

Sabi German for Naija © Goethe-Instiut

"Sabi German for Naija" - The Winners of the Logo-Design Competition

The Goethe-Institut issued an open call for a design-logo competition in spring. In a bid to make the German language learners a part of the decision makers for the logo-design, students were invited to create a logo that stands for the Nigerian-German cooperation in the field of language. 
Here are the winners of the competition.

Back to Base - Teaser design @ rele gallery // Goethe-Institut

BACK TO BASE – YOUNG CONTEMPORARIES ART WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS

What happens, when five young contemporary Nigerian artists, coming from different parts of this country, go back to their former schools in their hometowns and lead two-day art workshops for the students? Ideally, it will create a vital spark of interest and enthusiasm for culture and art among the adolescents. 

Games and Politics Foto: Unmanned © Molleindustria & No Media Kings, 2012

Games and Politics

"Games and Politics" will be exhibited at the Goethe-Institut Nigeria between  April 23 and May 15, 2019. It will be accompanied by a supporting programme, which will include a VR Workshop for journalists.

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AfroYoungAdult

The Goethe-Institut invites aspiring African writers of all ages interested in writing for Young Adults (YA) to submit short stories of 3000-5000 words in length in Kiswahili, English or French.

Participants Announcement © Goethe-Institut/ Lucid Creative

Meet our Storymakers

We are excited to announce our selected participants for our upcoming Storymakers workshop with Award-winning German author and illustrator, Ute Krause and Nigerian illustrator and journalist, Abdulkareem Baba Aminu

Henrike Grohs Art Award

In memory of Henrike Grohs, the Goethe-Institut and the Grohs family conceived a €20.000 prize dedicated to artists living and practicing in Africa.

Open Call Olanrewaju Orisunmibare/Jeremiah Ikongio © Goethe-Institut

Support of the Local Cultural Scene

The Goethe-Institut Nigeria supports Nigerian artists and cultural experts in implementing their projects.

Strechted Terrains Graphics: Goethe-Institut / Jeremiah Ikongio

Stretched Terrains – The Mobile Museum on it´s Way to Dak'Art

For the second time since 2016, the Goethe-Institut Nigeria initiates a mobile residency program titled "Stretched Terrains – The Mobile Museum on its
Way to Dak'Art" with a group of young artists from Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Germany.
 

​Residenzprogramme für Künstler*innen und Kurator*innen aus Berlin und Lagos 2018 Berlin Skyline: CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons​ Lagos Skyline: Goethe-Institut/Jeremiah Ikongio

Residency Programme for Artists and Curators

In 2018, the Goethe-Institut Nigeria in the context of its partnership with the Center for Art and Urbanistics (ZK/U) in Berlin, the cultural office of local government Berlin Mitte, SAVVY Contemporary Art Space Berlin and the Arthouse Foundation in Lagos continues with a residency programme for artists and curators from Berlin and Lagos.

Music In Africa © Jabu Nkosi

Music in Africa

Music In Africa is an information and exchange web portal dedicated to the African music sector. 

African Futures © Goethe-Institut Johannesburg

African Futures

What might various African futures look like?

Mokolo © Goethe-Institut Lagos

MOKOLO

By offering increased accessibility to African film industries, productions and content, Mokolo will contribute to a climate conducive to content creation and distribution.

Wiki Loves Women © Wiki Loves Women

Wiki Loves Women

Wiki Loves Women bridges two significant gaps on Wikimedia projects – women and Africa – both in terms of content about these subjects and in terms of participation by people from these groups.

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Literary Crossroads

Literary Crossroads is a series of talks where Nigerian writers meet colleagues from all over the continent and from the African diaspora to discuss trends, topics and themes prevalent in their literatures today.