© Julian Rosefeldt and VG Bild-Kunst
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Short Films by Julian Rosefeldt at the Hirshhorn Museum

Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a selection of short films by Berlin-based artist Julian Rosefeldt, whose critically acclaimed work, Manifesto (2015), has gained worldwide attention both as a feature-length film and as an installation and is the anchor to the Hirshhorn’s current exhibition under the same title: Manifesto: Art x Agency.

© Jörg Dietrich
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Photo of the Week

Panorama Streetline in Celle, Germany

Panorama Streetline, headed by photographer Jörg Dietrich, collects selected street views of cities and villages all over the world and puts the uniqueness and traditions of architectural developments of different places into focus. As a part of Wunderbar Together, Dietrich curated a special exhibit entitled “Germany Street Fronts,” which is currently touring the Goethe Pop Up Institutes in Seattle, Kansas City, Houston, and Minneapolis.

© Micah Smith / Thomas Mann House
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News

Shifting Political Culture Threatens Academic Freedom

In recent years, populism, nationalism and new forms of aggressive escalation have been exerting a growing influence on political culture in the West. Fundamental values of liberal democracy such as freedom of expression and tolerance are coming under attack. The consequences of this radicalisation on science in Germany and the USA was the focus of a two-day event held at the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles.

© DIAG USA
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Blog

The American Apprenticeship Initiative Grantee National Meeting

The US and Germany are working together to bridge the skills gap and connect qualified workers with these jobs by promoting widespread apprenticeship and dual education programs. This year’s American Apprenticeship Initiative Grantee National Meeting took place in Arlington, Virginia.

© Wunderbar Together
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Share Your Story #8: Andrew Gale

In celebration of German-American friendship, we’re featuring stories from people like you! This week’s story was written by Andrew Gale.