Together with the Goethe-Institut we are very pleased to issue an open call for the new mentorship programme Cultural & Artistic Responses to Environmental Change.
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19. - 31.07.2021Closure of the Library due to the pandemic
The library of the Goethe-Institut Hanoi will be temporarily closed for 2 weeks from July 19, 2021 to prevent COVID. During this time books and other materials can still be borrowed. You can also make use of our online loan.
A collection of German books on the subject of MINT (mathematics, computer science, natural science, technology) with many interesting experiments for ages 5 and up. The books can be borrowed from our library. Introductory text in Vietnamese
Virtual reality, 3D animation and robotics have long been used by theatre directors in other countries but they have yet to be embraced as tools of stagecraft in Germany. That is about to change. The new Akademie für Digitalität und Theater (Academy for Digitality and Theatre) in Dortmund is set to revolutionise the German theatrical landscape.
Funding from corporations and other private-sector sponsors is on the rise at German universities. This has caused some controversy, and raised questions such as when private funding endangers the independence of research, and whether non-governmental sponsors are limiting basic research.
2020 was a year of great upheavals, a turning point. The pop and electronic music sectors had to grapple with the basic question of how to make a living amid a pandemic, ensuing crisis and concrete policy decisions.
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