In light of the current situation, we are following the instructions of the local authorities and doing our part in slowing the spread of the coronavirus. The Goethe-Institut Boston is temporarily closed to the public, and our staff is working from home. Here you'll find answers to all your questions. In addition, our language department and program curators are sharing some great ideas to spend time at home.
The Goethe-Institut Boston is offering all levels of classes in great online formats, including classes with weekly live group meetings in digital classrooms. You can even join us just to practice your conversation skills! Contact our language department to learn how you can social distance and meet friends auf Deutsch at the same time, or register online today.
Empty cinemas, closed theaters and galleries, canceled concerts—our lives have changed immensely in recent weeks. The community is showing solidarity and creativity, and many artists and cultural institutions have put their programs online. Here you will find picks and tips by our program curators with current offers that you can experience digitally. And for local artists and musicians we have collected helpful links for these uncertain times.
Studio 170 is moving ahead! Our new open space project is scheduled to begin in the fall with three wonderful artists: Janne Höltermann, Shane Dylan and Dev Blair. The dates are set and we're looking forward to working out details and related programming in the coming months. Check out the website for regular updates!
Learn more about our building and what has changed during the renovation. Check out our Instagram stories @goethe_boston for more behind the scenes snaps and follow us on Facebook. #GI170BReno #GI170B #goetheboston