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The Wunderbar Together Team Signs off and Says Thank you!

As the year of German-American Friendship comes to a close at the end of 2019, the Wunderbar Together team at the Goethe-Institut Washington would like to thank the hundreds of partners and hundreds of thousands of attendees who made working on this project so special! This initiative would not have been so successful without your countless contributions.

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Views from the “Mississippi. An Anthropocene River” Project

“Mississippi. An Anthropocene River” is a project by the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW) that takes its name from the term “Anthropocene,” which refers to the current geological age during which human activity has been the dominant influence on climate and the environment. Through field-oriented explorations, the project seeks to develop a course of action for mitigating this impact and its effects on daily life in the Mississippi region.

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Sasha Waltz & Guests Perform KREATUR

Berlin’s foremost contemporary dance choreographer Sasha Waltz & Guests traveled to the United States to showcase two outstanding productions on both the East and West coasts this year as a part of Wunderbar Together.

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BMW Takes Wunderbar Together on the Road with a Special Edition BMW i3

German Automaker BMW was proud to sponsor the Portland stop of the PopUp Tour and paid tribute to German-American Friendship the best way they knew how – with a Wunderbar Together Special Edition BMW i3!

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Renowned Director Andreas Dresen Speaks at the German Currents Film Festival in LA

The German Currents Film Festival brought the best in contemporary German cinema to the historic Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles, California. The three-day festival began with a talk with the acclaimed German director Andreas Dresen and a screening of his prize-winning film Gundermann.