Talk | 10/29 | 4:30 PM | Zoom
Mechtild Widrich, scholar of contemporary art and architecture, will moderate a discussion with interdisciplinary artists Ayanah Moor and Alisha Wormsley. The three will discuss the future of monuments, text as monuments, and black women's labor as Afro-Futurists.
“Queer as German Folk” Goes Digital
On August 9, the Goethe-Institut USA is launching a digitally modified version of the exhibition Queer as German Folk—a global initiative meant to outline the current state of discourse on queer emancipation. The new format allows visitors to experience the queer movement past and present from anywhere in the world. Audiovisual, moving, and interactive forms of presentation provide visitors with an exciting, adjustable, and versatile experience that is simple to navigate and accessible across a range of devices in both English and German on queerexhibition.org. This project was co-developed with Goethe-Instituts across the U.S. and the Schwules Museum Berlin.
SHAPING THE PAST – GESTALTUNG DER VERGANGENHEIT
We invite you to our Shaping the Past: Memory Month, a month-long virtual and in-person program series focused on contemporary debates surrounding various aspects of memory culture and featuring the Monument Lab 2019 and 2020 Fellows as well as prominent international voices in the field.
Simply put, a “Fehler” is a mistake, but it’s also the response to one of life’s big questions: how do we innovate and make progress? Our answer: often by mistake. Misunderstandings, faulty processors, or dead flies can unexpectedly lead to something new. Celebrate with us and peruse our zine to immerse yourself in big and little mistakes alike.
German-American Virtual Exchange from GAPP
GAPP exchanges can now be completed online with GAVE. The German American Virtual Exchange enables teachers to offer their students a cultural exchange with a partner school in Germany without having to leave the country.