How can we ensure we don’t lose perspective in an increasingly complex world? From 19 to 21 June 2019, more than 300 international guests from culture, industry, science, journalism, media and politics will shed light on the great upheavals of our era at the International Cultural Symposium in Weimar.
Enterprise German promotes the collaboration between schools and German companies / or Singaporean companies with a relationship to German speaking countries within the region. Find out more about the competition here.
Artificial intelligence is now an integral part of our everyday lives. It makes our smartphones smarter and can diagnose disease and write screenplays. Are there any limits, and might it soon surpass us in creativity and empathy – and perhaps even help us achieve immortality one day?
German television shows tend to have a bad reputation for poor writing and cheap productions not suited for an international market and audience. Now series like “Deutschland ‘83” and “Babylon Berlin” are putting a new shine on that tarnished image.
The Goethe-Institut and MINA present the mobile filmmaking competition #Nucleus. Creatives and filmmakers from Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand can submit a short smartphone film that deals with the themes of ecology and sustainability.
How can we ensure we don’t lose perspective in an increasingly complex world? The Goethe-Institut is organizing an International Cultural Symposium in Weimar from 19th to 21st June 2019 under the title "Recalculating the Route".
What if that hair which defines so much of your self-image is taken away from you without warning? As part of the exhibition, Singaporean artist Amrita Chandradas explores how one’s hair ties in closely with one’s femininity and identity. After touring in SEA the exhibition is shown in Frankfurt and in Berlin in 2019.