Students and educators gathered in Chicago, Illinois for this year’s Sustainability Summit, where the Goethe-Institut launched the Digital Kinderuniversity, a free, innovative educational project that allows students to learn German while exploring the fascinating world of science through 30 interactive STE(A)M lessons.
The WanderbUS brought its exciting program of interactive technology and fun language games to Hayt Elementary School in Chicago, Illinois. This time, Johannes Ebert, Chairman of the Board for Goethe-Institut, attended the event to meet with students and join in on the fun!
Circus Mojo is a youth and adult circus arts program where physical skills like juggling, balancing, and stilt-walking coalesce with forms of creative expression like improvisation, character development, and group performance. In this multidimensional program that combines artistry with athleticism, students conquer doubt and learn a varied skill set in a collaborative, non-competitive environment.
In celebration of German-American friendship, we’re featuring stories from people like you! This week’s story was written by Greg Engle.
Berlin-based artist Julian Rosefeldt joins Hirshhorn chief curator Stéphane Aquin for a discussion on the process behind his internationally renowned practice of making visually striking and politically charged multi-channel video installations, including the acclaimed artwork Manifesto.