Our German teachers' conference this year will take place from 20.10.2021, 9 PM CEST (GMT+2) to 21.10.2021, 9 PM CEST (GMT+2). No matter where you are: Join us for many exciting presentations and discussions. More information
Our new project space 136 GOETHE LAB has opened its doors with pilot programme SOFT REALITIES. The exhibition is available to the public from Saturday, 2 October to Sunday, 31 October. More information
The Goethe-Institut Singapore will be closed to visitors from 27 September 2021 through 25 October 2021. Adult language courses and exams continue on-site at the institute in line with current SafeEntry and social distancing directives. More information
As part of our project Collecting Entanglements and Embodied Histories, the exhibition explores the tangible and intangible in the offer, of encounter and interrelation, which is at once an embodiment of expansiveness of spirit as much as it is also an obligation to another.
We have a number of exciting opportunities for artists of various disciplines and cultural practitioners compiled on our website. Take a look at the residencies, workshops, study trips and programmes and apply now, deadlines are approaching fast!
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The Goethe-Institut Singapore understands the importance of physical spaces for the arts in a dense urban environment and welcomes artists and cultural practitioners to its new project space 136 GOETHE LAB.
A dialogue between the collections of Galeri Nasional Indonesia, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, and Singapore Art Museum, initiated by the Goethe-Institut.
Plastic in the oceans, forest fires in the Amazon: on Ecologues the Goethe-Institut presents constructive answers to climate change and brings together regional experts in global debates on sustainability. Above all, the question arises: How do we survive the human age?