German Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas met with artist Luigi Toscano in Washington and bid him farewell. Toscano was preparing to travel with his exhibition across the country on a 10-day road trip from Washington, D.C. to San Francisco, California.
The Bauhaus Band was a small jazz group made up of design and architecture students from the Weimar and Dessau schools.
German Heritage in Letters works with libraries, archives, and members of the public to digitize letters found tucked away in basements, attics, and storage units and make them available to a wider audience interested in history and immigration.
From April 2nd to April 13th, artist Luigi Toscano will drive the full width of the continental US, stopping along the way to meet American survivors of the Holocaust and discuss the LEST WE FORGET project with university students and visitors at major Holocaust memorial museums.
A new electro-acoustic work, Best Regards Bruno – Letters from Stalingrad. Ralf Gawlick blends recorded and live piano (an instrument Bruno played as a teenager) with spoken text from the last letters and sung text from religious passages and prayers the young soldiers intoned.