At the 10th Berlin Biennale, South African curator Gabi Ngcobo plans to tell new stories. What does that mean?
How are free spaces for art, culture, science and opinion formed? Five facts about the Long Night of Ideas in Berlin.
Once you’ve learned German, you may expect to be able to communicate with people all over the country. But with what is estimated at between 50 and 250 German dialects, you might find yourself lost when the locals open their mouths. If you are in northern Germany, you might be hearing Plattdeutsch.
You went to art school. You were inspired. You created. You networked. And then you graduated. Now what? Worried about becoming a starving artist? Where professional artists can find support in Germany.
Halloween is a widely celebrated holiday in the United States. But since the 1990s, its popularity has been growing in Germany. How do Germans celebrate Halloween? Read on to find out.
Germans have been contributing to and changing music for centuries. While it would take volumes to cover them all, here’s a basic primer to some of the bigger names in German music and their musical stylings and innovations.
Want to learn German but feel like you have no time? Download some podcasts or check out these fun websites to help practice your Deutsch during even the busiest days.
ifa-Institut’s upcycling exhibition “Pure Gold” is going on world tour. We present the fascinating upgrading of rubbish into design.
1968 in words and pictures: Six Must-Read Books in cooperation with the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Inspiration, debate and networking: Berlin becomes the centre of the digital world during re:publica. These are the topics and highlights.
An overview with the most important facts about newspapers and media consumption in Germany.