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Counter Culture / October 18, 2021

Goethe Institut reveals programme for 2021 celebrations

Goethe Insitut
Counter Culture / October 18, 2021

Goethe Institut reveals programme for 2021 celebrations

Words: Dylan Murphy

In its sixtieth year in Ireland, the Goethe-Institut has curated a huge line up of events across the city and online in October.

Present in Ireland since 1961, Goethe-Institut has played a significant role in cultural exchanges between Ireland and Germany and continues to promote the study of German abroad. To celebrate its sixtieth year, they are hosting a number of events across the city and online.

Alongside online discussions and events, their stunning building will host language taster classes, live performances and podcasts, while Hugh Lane Galley will host talks and live performances throughout October.

You can see the full programme below:

To kick off proceedings we teamed up for an exhibition featuring a line up of musicians influenced by German music and culture. 4xinstereo, Tomike and R.Kitt all played across the night in the Goethe-Institut.

Elsewhere, the Goethe Institut hosted an online discussion on their Youtube channel on Social Progressiveness, Solidarity and Identity in 21st Century Germany and Ireland that featured Maeve Stone, Osaro Azams, Jule Bönkost, Eric Otieno and Rob Farhat.

For more information on the Goethe Institut’s sixtieth anniversary celebrations head to their website.

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