Book Event | June 7, 6:30pm
Rescheduled – Transatlantic Titles: Spotlighting New Books by Local Authors
The Washington, DC-Baltimore area is home to outstanding local authors and book creators who work in historical nonfiction, young adult nonfiction, historical monograph, and more. On Tuesday, June 7, we invite you to meet three of these individuals, all of whom have recently published works that occupy a cultural and historical intersection of the United States and Germany.
Workshops & Performances | June 3-5 | Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden
Sound Scene 2022: Trust | Dorit Chrysler
For Sound Scene 2022, the Goethe-Institut Washington supports the visit of thereminist and composer Dorit Chrysler. Chrysler – who was born in Graz, Austria, and resides in Berlin – will present a theremin workshop and engage in dialogue with Yoko Ono's "Wish Tree" installation in the Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden.
Starting 16 May 2022 | Online
Online Intensive and Special Courses
Please register for our five-week intensive as well as special topics courses beginning the week of 16 May 2022 ASAP! Special courses on Writing, Grammar and for Review from B1-C1 are a great way to focus in on specific areas you would like to improve and may be booked alone or in combination with one of our other courses. Enter promo-code SUPER22 at check-out to save 10% (case-sensitive and valid thru 5/17/2022; may not be combined with other offers).
#Artbits Street Art Blog
New Murals in Washington, D.C.
Colorful and highly political — this is how street art in the District’s diverse neighborhoods is setting itself apart today. These new murals are bright, loud, and visualize the current socio-political atmosphere in Washington and the United States as a whole.