Online registration is now ongoing for our 5-week intensive courses starting in October. Elementary German A1.1, A1.2 and A1.3 are scheduled to begin on 10/17 and 10/18 and registration is ongoing until the classes begin.
Digital Eye @BlindWhino is an exciting, interactive event merging theater, film and a live game show to explore how the Digital Age is affecting our everyday lives. This hybrid cultural-political experience is part of the transatlantic theater project P3M5 (Plurality of Privacy in Five-Minute Plays). The events take place October 16 and 17.
Five hundred years ago, on October 31, 1517, Martin Luther published his Ninety-Five Theses. Luther’s later translation of the Bible into German made its content accessible to ordinary citizens, redefining the relationship between the state and the church. This series showcases documentaries and films from Germany and the former GDR about Martin Luther.
“Geniale Dilletanten” was the deliberately misspelled title of a concert that took place at Berlin’s Tempodrom in 1981. But over the years since then, it has come to represent an artistic scene in West and East Germany during the mid-1980’s, an era of upheaval in which people in all the arts experimented with new ways of expression. The exhibition runs until November 9.
Come practice your German conversation skills, talk about ideas and events, and make new friends. All proficiency levels are welcome!