Spezialkurse im Juli
Our summer semester is in full swing! We have some great specialty courses starting next week:
In our Grammar Course you can refresh your grammar knowledge to be able to effectively communicate in German. In our 5-week course Write like a Pro you will be training to write and edit different types of text: a travel story, review, blog post or exam relevant texts for the Goethe-Zertifikat.
Combine your interest in art and architecture with learning German in the Let's talk Bauhaus course.
Pina Bausch Dance Films
In collaboration with L’Arche, Paris, the Goethe-Institut has launched Pina Bausch Tanzfilme, an online streaming program. It contains a small but exquisite selection of three films, is free of charge and will be available for 48 hours, each film. Please RSVP via Eventbrite to receive the log in information.
The Complaint of an Empress (Die Klage der Kaiserin) | 07/11-07/13
Ahnen ahnen | 07/18-07/20
Sacre Rehearsal (Probe Sacre) | 07/25-07/27
German summer camp for children in August
Would your child like to start or continue learning German? Virtual classes with our experienced teacher Anja Gebauer engaging students in speaking, storytelling, singing and dancing activities start again August 4th, 2020! Register your child now!
Anja Gebauer will be available July 8, 15, 22 (12-1PM) and July 30 (5-6PM) to answer questions about our courses for children and to help you find the right course for your child.
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.
Digitales Festival Latitude
The digital festival presented a program of artistic contributions and debates. The focus is on the question of how colonial structures work in the present and how they can be overcome. We have recorded the digital festival for you. In the media library you can re-watch the artistic performances and debates of most international contributors.
Shaping the Past
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? How can those narratives be shifted or upended through alternative, innovative approaches to memorialization? These questions and many others are at the center of our project, Shaping the Past.