October 14-17 | 1014 5th Avenue & Online | Event Series
1014: Past and Future
Do you remember when 1014 5th Avenue was the Goethe House? This October, our friends at 1014: the transatlantic space for ideas, are presenting and celebrating the history of the Upper East Side townhouse. Join them for a weekend of architecture, culture, and community with an exhibition, free walking tours, and talks.
October 15-17 | Online | Film Screening
German Movie Nights: Adam & Evelyn
In commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall 32 years ago, the German Film Office is pleased to present the film Adam & Evelyn (2018) by Andreas Goldstein and Jakobine Motz. In the East German summer of 1989, Adam and Evelyn are planning a vacation together when Evelyn finds out that Adam is cheating on her and decides to leave on her own. She travels to Hungary, trailed by Adam, just as the border with Austria is about to open up and everything changes forever. Free streaming in the United States. Registration required.
Starting October 19 | Online | Language courses
Interested in a language course that focuses on a certain topic? Check out our Specialized Courses! Starting October 19, we offer courses focusing on grammar, German elections, writing, or German TV series such as Babylon Berlin. Booking is open now.
Starting October 21 | Online | Language courses
Did you know we offer an intensive version of our popular 10-week Blended Learning Courses? In these courses you will accomplish the same workload within 5 weeks with the same balanced combination of virtual live sessions and corresponding individual online learning. Courses beginning on October 21 can be booked now.
Through November 4 | Goethe-Institut New York | Exhibition
Thomas Mann: Democracy Will Win!
Using the Thomas Mann House in Pacific Palisades as an anchor point, this exhibition traces Mann's political biography from monarchist to his exile in the U.S. during National Socialism and his transition to fierce advocate for democracy. This history is used to probe current political and cultural realities, using multimedia examples from around the world, and ask how we can defend and sustainably strengthen democracy.