Music In Africa is an information and exchange web portal dedicated to the African music sector. Initiated by the Goethe-Institut together with Siemens Stiftung and partners from across the African continent, Music in Africa’s vision is to be the leading source of information in and for the African music sector.
The Berlin-based DJs Sarah Farina and Yo van Lenz are travelling three weeks through the African continent with Goethe-Institut. During their stay in Kigali we will not only get some insights into the artists’ work on the occasion of a workshop, but also have the opportunity to enjoy her so called “Rainbow Bass” live on Wednesday evening, the 17th of October at the Mamba Club in Kimihurura.
Apply for a workshop with two young, award-winning independent Rwandese filmmakers Samuel Ishimwe and Amelia Umuhire. You will learn how to efficiently and independently manage your creative career and get an insight into the steps of conceiving, writing, producing and distributing your film.
The Goethe-Institut invites aspiring African writers of all ages interested in writing for Young Adults (13-19 years) to submit short stories of 3000-5000 words in length in Kiswahili, English or French.
From subculture in the backyard to high culture in the opera house – with its diverse cultural scene, Germany caters to a wide variety of cultural preferences. But how exactly is Germany’s colourful cultural landscape funded?