Starting June 28 | Online | Language courses
Plan your summer and save your spot in one of our online German classes starting June 28. We're offering a wide range of course times, formats and topics (conversation, book club) to meet your individual needs. Learn German with the pros at the Goethe-Institut! Book now.
Starting July 1 | Online | Language courses
Summer Courses for Young Learners
Starting July 1, we're offering Online Group courses for teenagers (aged 12-17 years), running either 5 or 16 weeks, at the A1 level. Learn German the fun way and start your German experience with the pros at the Goethe-Institut. Book now.
June 18-20 | Online | Film screening
German Movie Nights: Cocoon
The German Film Office's movie night pick for Pride Month offers a riveting portrayal of girlhood today. Nora, a shy 14-year old, will never forget this way too hot Berlin-Kreuzberg summer, in which she gets her first period, falls in love with a girl, learns to stand up for herself, and gets her heart broken for the first time. Free streaming in the U.S.
June 21-July 4 | Online | Film Series
Shaping the Past: Past as Process
Past as Process is a program of nine films that trouble the notion of fixed histories. Separated into four categories, the films demonstrate the artistry of shaping the past in their form (i.e. Animation), approaches (speculative and collective), and untraditional archives (focus on family).
June 24, 1:00pm EDT | Translation Award Ceremony
Helen & Kurt Wolff Translator's Prize + Gutekunst Prize of the Friends of Goethe New York
This year's annual translation award ceremony in honor of the Helen & Kurt Wolff Translator's Prize and the Gutekunst Prize of the Friends of Goethe New York will be streamed live from the Goethe-Institut New York and Goethe-Institut London. We can accomodate a small audience for the ceremony 'in person', but RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and proof of vaccination is mandatory.
Ongoing | Online | Dossier
One Million Roses for Angela Davis - U.S. Edition
In the framework of our ongoing One Million Roses for Angela Davis event series, we are happy to partner with Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden (SKD) to present a dossier of articles from the exhibition catalogue reflecting the contradictory alliance between Angela Davis and Eastern Germany. The dossier includes contributions from authors Jamele Watkins, Kata Krasznahorkai, Maria Schubert and René de Guzman.
Ongoing | Goethe-Institut New York | Library service
The library is now open for limited service on Tuesdays & Wednesdays from 1-5pm. Patrons are welcome to browse the library, borrow & return items, and use the internet. We ask that visitors wear a mask, register at the reception, practice social distancing and keep their stay in the library to under an hour. We look forward to seeing you!