Sad, witty, moving: Young Israelis and Germans write about what they experienced in the other country.
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What can art do when political dialogue breaks down? Three prominent figures from the world of culture give their responses.
These are the first scholarship holders to move into the Thomas Mann House in Los Angeles.
“Please do not touch” no longer applies! Museums let hackers loose on cultural treasures. In this way they transform historical documents into exciting apps.
Without further ado, here are 10 bands that you (probably) didn’t know were German.
Where did the Straße des 17. Juni get its name from? And what sights line it? We show the street in photos and a fast video!
Pull down or rebuild? German cities long preferred the wrecking ball. But things have changed.
Could digitalisation divide Europe? Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, examines this question at the Global Media Forum.
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.