Start or continue learning German at the Goethe-Institut. Our spring term begins April 12 and we offer a wide range of different online course formats - tailor-made for everyone.
We're partnering with WPFW/Pacifica Radio in Washington D.C. and WBAI Radio NYC to present a talk with the curator Kathleen Reinhardt, artist Sadie Barnette, and Associate Professor Dr. Greg Carr on Angela Davis's global influence across fields, as well as a listening session with Steffani Jemison and Justin Hicks of Mikrokosmos. This talk and listening session are part of a day-long sonic celebration called Liberated Mind: A Lovesong for Angela Davis, airing from noon to midnight.
Co-presented with Maysles Documentary Center, this film series gathers together films that explore the concepts, actions, and institutions involved with caring for and healing people both within and outside of dominant Western practices. Drawing inspiration from the feminist and economic thought of Angela Davis, the series connects how we care for, conceptualize, and determine to heal and politicize the human body especially as imbued with the weighted concepts of Blackness, womanhood, and labor.
The curators of four exhibitions on Angela Davis come together for an extensive curatorial roundtable discussion about the philosopher, feminist, and Black Power activist's influence on exhibition makers today.
Due to the pandemic, the premises of the Goethe-Institut New York near Union Square remain closed to the public until further notice. Our language courses, programs and events continue to take place online. In accordance with the official regulations of the State of New York, we are offering a limited number of language examinations. You can find more information on this website.
The Goethe-Institut New York in cooperation with the German American Partnership Program seeks a full-time Program Coordinator and a full-time Administrative Officer.