Goethe Pop Up Houston is reopening for the exhibition Queer as German Folk with new and reduced hours: Saturdays 11AM-6PM and Sundays 1-6PM. We are excited to welcome you back and have put preventative measures in place in the interest of your health and safety. All staff and visitors are required to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing while in the exhibition space. Capacity will be limited to 5 visitors at a time. We kindly ask that groups of 5+ email us prior to your visit at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Film screenings, discussions, meet-ups and other public programs will remain virtual. Please continue to check our website and social media for updates on scheduled events and digital engagement opportunities.
Thank you very much for your patience and understanding.
The Goethe Pop Up Houston is a temporary branch of the Goethe-Institut, the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. Join us in 2020 as we continue to host and support a variety of multidisciplinary programs, including exhibitions, films, lectures, performances, and more.
Our goal is to present contemporary German art and culture in Houston and help shape a current understanding of Germany today. We stage a broad range of public programs and support projects in the fields of film, arts, theater, dance, music, literature, and more. Events take place in our space and at partner venues around Houston. We aim to explore current issues from both German and US perspectives and engage with Houston’s vibrant arts and culture scene.
Director: Grant Aymond
Before beginning as the Managing Director of the Goethe Pop Up Houston Grant Aymond was the Membership Coördinator at the Dallas Citizens Council, a civic non-profit comprising of CEOs who engage in local civic projects. He also sat on the board as Membership Chair of the Dallas Goethe Center, an organization dedicated to promoting German language and culture in North Texas.
Program Assistant: Katie L. Bruton
Before returning to Texas, Katie L. Bruton was based in Berlin, where she was working towards her Master’s in Applied Literature with a focus on artists’ publications. She previously worked for the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art and Berlin University of the Arts and currently serves on the editorial team for the Austin-established art and literary journal fields.