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Culture Tips from our Program Coordinators
Custom Culture

Have you ever wondered what Germany’s cultural scene has to offer? Some of the Goethe-Institut’s program coordinators in North America offer their insight into ongoing discourses and reveal hidden gems in this blog.

"Love Forever" by D*Face © D*Face. Photo: Lord Jim

Street Art in Mexico, Canada, U.S.A.
#artbits

Covering walls and surfaces in cities around the world, Street Art is appreciated by thousands every day as they go about their daily business. In this collection of photos we have captured art in Los Angeles, Mexico City, Montreal, New York City, Toronto, and Washington, D.C.

Dresdner Sempergalerie © Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, David Brandt

The German Culture Scene
Cultural Bulletin

What drives the German art and culture scene: what is in demand and what is worth thinking about? Andreas Platthaus, editor of the feuilleton section in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, offers insights and personal analyses of current events in German art and culture.

The title Kulturama.digital is shown against a blue-white-orange background including the following objects: glasses, an eye and a mouth. Illustration: Tobias Schrank © Goethe-Institut

International Livestreams
Kulturama.digital

Kulturama brings international culture into your living room: house concerts from Buenos Aires, puppet theater from the kitchen, or live acts from the Berlin club scene. Enter your events, find dates, and support artists.

Key Visual Eliten EN Igor Miske © Unsplash

The Elite in the Arts

What power drives art to change? What causes new forms of expression and new styles? How does the new come into the world? American and German theoreticians show how the arts continue to develop in sudden leaps and bounds from the tension between popular and elite tendencies.

Bauhaus & The US

100 Years of Bauhaus

The Goethe-Institut is celebrating 100 years of Bauhaus. In this online collection, you’ll find a timeline of Bauhaus history in the US, articles on Bauhaus members who immigrated to North America, and more.

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Hinterhofkino mit Kindern Bild: Jason Gessner. (Zuschnitt: Goethe-Institut)

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