Please note: During alert level 2 we have changed our opening hours for our reception and reading room. If you need to sit an exam or would like to visit us on Cuba Street in Wellington, you can do after arranging an appointment with us by email or phone. We are happy to help.
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.
Get comfortable on your couch - it's time for another episode of “Couch Lessons”. Every Wednesday, experts in artificial intelligence (AI) from around the world will discuss the opportunities, challenges, and risks associated with algorithmic decision making systems.
Over three days, the digital festival „Latitude“ is presenting artistic contributions and debates. The focus is the effects that colonial structures have on the present day and how we can overcome them. We are inviting you to take part via live streaming and chat.
Christopher Ulutupu is a Wellington-based video and performance artist. Currently he is one of the five artists taking part in the “Pazifik-Leipzig” residency programme in Germany.
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.
Music, news and more from the Goethe-Institut New Zealand on Access Radio. 'Goethe on Air' provides interested listeners in New Zealand with information on all things German. An essential part of every show is to play the best of German music – old and new.
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...