Are you looking for a cool and engaging German summer camp for teenagers aged 14-17? Check out our two-week 3D youth summer camp #WeForFuture! Young participants work on projects covering topics such as sustainability, diversity, and social courage, and sharpen their German language skills.
The youth portal Step into German has a new design. We invite you to explore the new website!
Join our free 60-minute online trial classes for complete beginners and learners at the A1-C1 levels. Our next trial classes take place on May 6 and May 8, 2021. Please contact our language department to reserve your spot.
Sign up anytime for one of our flexible Deutsch Online Individual courses. Set your own schedule and learn when it is convenient for you. Options both with and without an instructor are available.
The Goethe-Institut, Gray Area, Fotomuseum Winterthur, and Artivive are launching an open call for artists, designers, and the general public to submit creative representations on the subject of bias.
Have you missed previous editions of our Radical Diversity discussion series with Max Czollek and Mohamed Amjahid, or do you want to watch one of the discussions again? Now, you can browse all our previous episodes on one page!
Find the creative and thoughtful culmination of all reflections and recommendations for New Monuments by residents of San Francisco and the Bay Area in the Relic Report Vol. 2 published by Cheyenne Concepcion, Artistic Director of New Monuments Taskforce. New Monuments Taskforce and the Relic Report are part of Shaping The Past, a project of the Goethe-Institut in North America in partnership with Monument Lab and Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung.
How does the past take shape? What happens in the process of coming to terms with the past? What social repercussions are associated with the rooting of history in monuments and memorials? These questions and many others are at the center of our project, Shaping the Past.
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 San Francisco is temporarily closed to the public and our staff is working from home. Here you'll find answers to the questions you may have for us.