Alex and Amy Braden discuss the ins-and-outs of hauling a 17-foot beer and pretzel trailer cross-country.
Is it Fernweh or Heimweh? German immigrants share their experiences living in 20th-century America.
Next stop, America! The Deutsches Auswandererhaus is dedicated to documenting the German Emigration experience in the USA.
Fritz Ascher was one of the most famous German artists to survive repression and exile during National Socialism. An exhibition of his life and work is now on display at the NYU Grey Art Gallery in NYC.
Luigi Toscano’s portrait exhibition “Lest We Forget” shows the faces of Holocaust survivors to provide living memory for younger generations. The exhibit traveled to the nation’s capital, offering a chance for reflection.
Bauhaus goes Hip-Hop: Urbanscreen projects a vibrant video/art display onto the Fulton Public Library in Atlanta.
History projected in lights in the Hoosier state. This musical lightshow created by design-studio Urbanscreen lights lit up the façade of the Athenaeum in Indianapolis.
Grab a pretzel and an authentic German beer and come enjoy the Wiesn in a Box-mobile Biergarten. “Wiesn” is the home of the legendary Oktoberfest in Munich. This year, it’s and now coming to several American cities in the Year of German-American Friendship with all the comforts and tastes of the traditional Bavarian Biergarten.
The German National Library’s traveling exhibition brings the Second World War German-speaking refugee exile experience to the museum-going public in the United States.
While it’s been nearly a century since the founding of the Bauhaus—the influential school of art, architecture, and design that opened in Weimar, Germany, in 1919—its continuing impact is unmistakable.