Auckland is at alert level 3 and all classes will be taught online. Wellington is at alert level 2 and courses will take place at the Goethe-Institut except for the A.1.1 class which will take place online.
Dive into queer German culture with a diverse range of events from an exhibition through film screenings to comics online and in print form.
How do you imagine your future? From 23 to 25 April, young people from ten countries will discuss this question at dareCon!. Be part of the New Zealand dareCon! team and apply now! More info
The virtual 24h conference for German teachers will take place in October this year. If you wish to give a presentation please send your abstract (open call for abstracts - deadline: 15 April 2021).
The Goethe-Institut is 40 years old. Since 1980 we have been active in New Zealand. To celebrate we asked friends and supporters for their fondest memories and stories that they connect with Germany, the German language and/ or the Goethe-Institut. Enjoy them here! More to come...
Queer Comic Conversations is a webcomic series by artists Illi Anna Heger and Sam Orchard where they discuss similarities and differences about queer and trans lives.The series stretches from July to December 2020; every month, a new episode will be released.
After the experience of teaching virtual classes during the weeks of lockdown, we are pleased to continue to offer a variety of online learning options. If you are unable to access the face to face courses in Auckland or Wellington, find out about online alternatives.
How can we reconnect with the spaces we live in, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic? The artists of Sound of X propose answers as they explored their sonic environment. The resulting video soundscapes offer a unique experience of our cities.
Lifeswap is a series of short animated Skype conversations between two young men, Jörg, 27, from Münster, Germany and Duncan, 27, from Wellington, New Zealand.
Features, interviews, podcasts and a monthly blog exploring how learning a new language opens up worlds of possibilities, changes your outlook - and boosts your brain! Life is more interesting in more than one language. Find out more here...