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Goethe Pop Up Kansas City

Goethe Pop Up Kansas City

Goethe Pop Up Kansas City
1914 Main Street
Kansas City, MO 64108
info-kansascity@goethe.de

Opening hours
Tuesday to Friday : 12PM to 6PM
First Fridays: 12PM to 9PM
See Calendar for additional event times

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Covid-19 Response © Goethe Pop Up Kansas City

Covid-19 – We’re Temporarily Closed To The Public

In light of the current situation, Goethe Pop Up Kansas City's gallery space is closed to the public effective immediately until further notice. In order to protect the health of our visitors and staff, our in-person events will be postponed or canceled as well. However, several of our upcoming events and exhibitions will now be digitally available. Please continue checking our website and social media channels for updates.

If you have questions about our program, email us at info-kansascity@goethe.de.

Thank you very much for your patience and understanding,

Your Goethe Pop Up Kansas City team


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About us

The Goethe Pop Up Kansas City acts as a mini branch of the Goethe-Institut, the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. Join us in 2020 as we continue to host and support a variety of cultural events in America’s heartland.

Our goal is to present contemporary German art and culture in Kansas City and help shape a current understanding of Germany in one of the Midwest’s fastest-growing cultural centers. We organize a broad range of events and support projects in the fields of arts, literature, music, film, theater, and more at our space in the Crossroads and with partners around the metro area. We aim to explore current issues from both German and US perspectives and collaborate with cultural institutions, artists, universities, schools, and businesses that have an interest in Germany and its language and culture. 

The Goethe-Institut operates in 98 countries worldwide, promoting knowledge of the German language abroad and fostering international cultural collaborations. Our program of public events offers an opportunity to engage with themes and questions relevant to contemporary German culture and society. Faced with the challenges of globalization, we aim to strengthen intercultural dialogue and a global civil society. 


Director: Jutta Behnen Jutta Behnen
Jutta Behnen was born in Cologne, Germany. After graduating from Humboldt-University in Berlin she worked as a consultant and lecturer in German as a Foreign Language and Theater in Germany, Belarus, Uzbekistan, France, England, and the US. She is excited to create a platform for encounter, exchange, and new perspectives as Managing Director for Kansas City’s first pop-up Goethe-Institut. 

Regan Potts Regan Potts, Program Assistant
Regan Potts is a Kansas City native studying Psychology, German, and Business at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Since studying German for five years now, her passion for the culture and language has flourished. Regan is excited to be joining the Goethe Pop Up Kansas City as Program Assistant where she hopes to gain even more knowledge and share her love for German language and culture.


Gabriel Freis Gabriel Freis, Communications
Gabriel Freis comes to us from Oregon. After majoring in English and Creative Writing at Portland State University, he relocated to Kansas City with an interest in the Midwest’s burgeoning art and music scene. He is eager to help increase the Goethe Pop Up’s visibility within Kansas City’s cultural scene through communication and new connections.

 

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