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.
Jutta is a curator and writer with a global lens.
The trained book editor has a master’s in political poetry and specializes in film and media arts. Jutta programs for EUFFTO, Toronto Arab Film Festival, and the Goethe-Institut Toronto.
As the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles’ Program Coordinator and the Festival Coordinator for the German Currents Film Festival, Daniel is either watching a German film, or talking about why you should be.
Raleigh is the Cultural Programming Coordinator at the Goethe-Institut Washington. In most of his projects, he enjoys engaging with film, literature, television, and radio.
Annette, program curator at the Goethe-Institut Boston, grew up German in America, with solid classical music training and homemade Brot. Her fascination with experimental music/art sprouted while living and performing in the vibrant Berlin of the ’90s.
We live in a new era defined by heightened awareness of physicality and space. What does this mean for the theatre? Lena of the Goethe-Institut in DC reflects on the status quo and its impact on Germany’s performing arts scene.
Pari is a German-born Canadian of Afghan descent and works at the Goethe-Insitut Toronto. Through her blog, she takes a look at hidden music gems from Germany you may not know about – but should!
Writing from one of America’s most European cities, Goethe Boston program curator Karin focuses on the transatlantic relationship. As a former reporter for RIAS TV (Radio in the American Sector), Karin witnessed the Fall of the Wall in Berlin and can’t believe it’s been 30 years.
As the program coordinator at Goethe Pop Up Kansas City and a lifelong Wiener Schnitzel connoisseur from Vienna, Austria, Julia explores what the German culinary scene in the Midwest has to offer.
Bettina curates the cultural program at the Goethe-Institut San Francisco. She is passionate about artistic interventions that playfully reflect the relationship between content and form.