100 Years of Bauhaus

February 15, 2019 Lucy 0

In 2019, Germany will be celebrating the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, together with partners worldwide. Founded in Weimar in 1919, relocated to Dessau in 1925 and closed in Berlin under pressure from […]


NY: Opening and talk – Cruising Pavilion

February 15, 2019 Lucy 0

Cruising Pavilion, New York is the second iteration of the curatorial project on gay sex, architecture and cruising cultures by Pierre-Alexandre Mateos, Rasmus Myrup, Octave Perrault and Charles Teyssou, invited by Ludlow 38’s curator-in-residence Franziska Sophie […]


Book Club

February 13, 2019 Lucy 0

This is a monthly Book Club. Join and discuss contemporary German literature, from modern classics to more recent arrivals on the literary scene. All books and discussions are in German. February 19, 2019 – Dörte […]


NY: German Films at the Winter Film Awards Feb. 14-23

February 13, 2019 Lucy 0

The 8th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival runs February 14-23, 2019, and includes awesome film screenings, cool discussion panels, career-building professional development workshops and super-fun parties at venues throughout NYC. The event concludes on February 23rd […]


200 Jahre “Stille Nacht! Heilige Nacht!”

December 15, 2018 Lucy 0

 Anlässlich des 200-jährigen Jubiläums des berühmten Weihnachtsliedes finden zahlreiche Veranstaltungen, Ausstellungen und geführte Touren statt. Das wohl beliebteste Weihnachtslied der Welt „Stille Nacht! Heilige Nacht!“ feiert 2018 seinen 200. Geburtstag. Eine Sonderausstellung im Salzburg Museum, […]

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Word of the Week: Kaufrausch

December 4, 2018 Lucy 0

When the holiday season begins, the stores are filled with shoppers trying to collect gifts for loved ones. Parking is difficult, stores are overcrowded, lines are long and many items are sold out. This is […]


Film Retrospective: Mapping Gray Zones on Dec. 7

December 4, 2018 Lucy 0

 The Harvard Film Archive’s series of films under the heading “Mapping Gray Zones: The Inexact Beauty of Early West German Cinema, 1949 – 1963” continues through December 7th, culminating with Franz Schömbs’ “The Birth of […]