Looking for some great summer reads? Check out the Goethe Book Club's selections for Fall 2021. In September, we'll kick things off with Gabriele Tergit's Weimar-Era farce Käsebier Takes Berlin. In October, we'll discuss Wolfgang Hilbig's The Tidings of the Trees, translated to English in 2018 by Isabel Fargo Cole - who will join us in this November in Washington for Zeitgeist Literature Showcase. Lastly, in December, we'll read the brand-new translation of Robert Seethaler's The Field.
The Goethe-Institut Washington is excited to collaborate with DC Shorts International Film Festival in bringing to you several in-person filmmaker and film-lover events in our space at The Liz this September. Events include filmmaker workshops for aspiring filmmakers of all levels, a DMV filmmaker showcase screening & talkback, and a screening and panel discussion of documentary film Out to Vote in collaboration with Bertelsmann Foundation.
Please mark your calendars and stay tuned for more details and ticketing information in August!
The Goethe-Institut and rbbKultur, a public radio broadcaster in Germany, are bringing you a new audio special straight from Berlin. In this artfully curated miniseries, the production team at rbbKultur recreates eight exemplary episodes of THE BIG PONDER — in German. Happy listening!
Still working from home? Why not learn German? Our Virtual Blended Learning courses consist of 50% live group sessions, and 50% flexible online learning, closely supported by your instructors. Online Group Courses for adults and young learners offer more flexibility, as well as live sessions online in your group once every two weeks.
This fellowship is part of a long-standing collaboration between the Goethe-Institut Washington and the D.C. Public Library. Washington-based designers are invited to submit projects that confront inequities and foster connectivity through community-based design.