Five-week intensive blended courses begin in February. These blended courses combine the best of both worlds: intense face-to-face instruction and flexible online German lessons, allowing you to make major progress in a short time.
In the spirit of Audre Lorde, who encouraged Afro-Germans to make themselves visible within a culture that kept them isolated and silent, we present a month of programming that explores the deep roots of Black art, activism, and cultural exchange between Germany and the US.
In this dance performance at NYU Skirball, the renegade choreographer Florentina Holzinger and four women dancers tackle the neoliberal cult of the body, jumping between the aesthetics of an occult-fitness studio and a cyborg bullfight, with a hint of Balanchine's neoclasical ballet quartet Apollon.
Learn German online - interactive, any time, anywhere! With the Goethe-Institut’s 8-week and 16-week online group course, you can learn German anywhere flexibly, with lessons customized to your schedule. However, you will not be learning alone, but in a small group of between 6 and 15 participants. Courses begin on February 24.
This documentary chronicles how young college professor Angela Davis' social activism implicated her in a botched kidnapping attempt that ended with a shootout, four dead, and her name on the FBI's 10 most wanted list. Stick around after the screening for a Q&A with director Shola Lynch.
Concerto Köln celebrates the best of the Baroque on period instruments in this concert at Alice Tully Hall. Featuring its four concert masters, the ensemble highlights the era's finest concertos for violin, with music from Handel, Bach, Vivaldi, and more.