The Goethe-Institut South Africa is accepting proposals for the 2021 Goethe-Institut Project Space (GPS) grant, which supports artistic projects all over South Africa with up to R60,000! Deadline: 17 August 2020.
The digital festival presents a programme of artistic contributions and debates over three days. The focus is on the question of how colonial structures work in the present and how they can be overcome. We invite you to join us via livestream and chat.
The Goethe Medal is an official decoration for those who have performed outstanding service for international cultural relations.
We are very happy that for the 2020 edition, South Africa's very own Zukiswa Wanner has been awarded the prestigious Goethe Medal!
Sound of Xee is talking to Nizenande Machi, Kutlwano Makgalemele and Mohau Memeza about the Creative Industries, the path each of them took in that field, good advice and the current tribulations for the creative sector specifically.
We have revamped all our courses so that you can do them online as well, no matter if you are using a smartphone, tablet or laptop. Classes start on April 20th! For more information and to enroll, click here!
Ein Virus führt uns vor Augen, wie global vernetzt und zugleich fragil unser öffentliches Leben ist. Was bedeutet die Pandemie für jede*n Einzelne*n von uns und was für die Gesellschaft? Intellektuelle und Künstler*innen weltweit antworten auf diese Frage.
Both climate change and its resulting increase in extreme weather as well as the recurring danger of global financial crisis leads our society to investigate the possibilities and methods of ecological and economical sustainability much more than we used to.