Street art has evolved into an integral part of Washington D.C.'s arts and culture scene. The city is constantly changing and it feels like there is at least one new mural emerging every day. But how well do we know our city's murals? Find out by joining us on a trip through D.C.'s street art.
The DC Public Library and the Goethe-Institut Washington present a continuation of the Sunday jazz series which took place at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Public Library until it closed for renovations in Spring 2017. In August, Jazz in the Basement will feature the unique duo of Brian Settles (saxophone) and Anthony Priog (Guitar). On August 26 at 2:00 PM.
As Washington approaches the peak of summer, the time is coming for our annual Sommerfest! We hope that you will join us to celebrate fun and games – Spaß und Spiele – at the Goethe-Institut. Board games, live music, karaoke, language crash courses, and delicious German food and drinks – Are you up for it? Game On! Friday, September 7 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM.
“Race riots“ in Washington, DC, violent protests in Berlin, a national strike in Paris, and the brutal end of the Prague Spring – the year of 1968 was shaped by protest movements and an atmosphere of massive change. On the 50th anniversary of the protests, the Goethe-Institut highlights these historic events with a photo exhibition, offering a view into the movements in these four major cities. From June 4 to August 23.
Here you will find an overview of our upcoming German language courses.