In cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Washington, theaters across the US and Europe have commissioned playwrights to write five-minute plays exploring the central question, “What does privacy mean to you in the digital age?”
Anti-liberal, nationalistic movements are gaining in strength around the world. Social conventions such as cultural openness, social equity and freedom of opinion appear to be under threat. Why are populist tendencies on the rise in this era of digitization and globalization? How can the values of democracy be protected?
“Unity in Diversity” has been the motto of the European Union since 2000. Europe and the European project stand for freedom, peace and solidarity among nations – and for a community based on tolerance and interest in one another on the part of many different cultures, traditions and languages, whose preservation is the responsibility of all.
Tourist attractions, spectacular architecture and flagships for the realm of art and culture. The idea behind it is to also promote the development of a city or a region. Has it paid off? What spaces should be reserved for culture today?
The world is in need of ideas for a better, more sustainable future, but ideas are not enough. FUTUREPERFECT, tells the stories of individuals, initiatives, organizations, and businesses that have moved from ideas to action.
The Boston Transatlantic Gaming Summit project focuses on the exchange of important players in the German and US gaming scene, introducing German game designers to their US counterparts, building a network and fostering connections between them.
Perspectives and profiles on a global challenge in the 21st century. With this dossier we hope to shed light on a pivotal challenge and present a personal account through profiles of both language instructors and those who had to flee their homes.
Terrorism highlights both an ideological conflict and the central role of imagery. Iconoclash comprises four topics and perspectives from Europe and the United States relevant to this clash of cultures.