Galeria Kazimierz, the seat of the Institute. By Zygmunt Put – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=89132979
“We are trying very hard to present our proposals to the inhabitants, Grzegórzki has become a site-oriented visit in the planning of Krakow” – Reprognoza Clausen Heimes, Goethe-Institut.
The celebration of the 30th anniversary, which he has started, will begin with Thursday’s entertainment event, during which the dancers – under the supervision of the German choreographer Ben J. Riepe – will invite hospitality to the unusual new seat of the institution. The creators will arrange its space and visitors will follow this route. Willing to participate in this event, please check your application at: [email protected]
The next day, attractions are waiting for the arts – on Friday evening there will be an opening of the exhibition “If there is no war today, it does not mean that there is NO war” in the “Kuns (z) t” gallery. The following artists will present their works: Alevtina Khakhidze, Kateryna Alijnyk, Kinder Album and Sana Shahmuradova. At the exhibition, we will show the restrictions and comments of installers in the last few, during which there is a brutal war in Ukraine.
The beginning of the weekend for the times for children, for whom the institute is used for games and fun. On Saturday, in the open-air library, the youngest guests know the interactive language manuals and other special attractions especially for them. In the morning, the city game “Go! ethe, that is, the First National Expedition from Główna to Grzegórzki ”. For its prize winners, everyone is willing to accept an invitation in its application under the application: [email protected] The Saturday part of the celebration takes place with a live broadcast of a concert by the Berlin Philharmonic from the Waldbuhne amphitheater.
For those who already have plans for the coming days, but would like the participants to prepare a literary walk from Krakow Germanists. You can follow in the footsteps of your favorite authors and authors on the website, and a helpful map that can be downloaded is available at the following links: https://www.goethe.de/ins/pl/pl/sta/kra/bib/gol.html
The Institute, which for many years was located at the Market Square, is a new seat at ul. Podgórska, near Galeria Kazimierz. The brick building houses modern, educational, but also spacious, such as a well-equipped library. It will be helpful as well as the concert hall and the room that you will use during the literary and help course. To use there for free, you can use over 8.5 thousand. titles in German, in areas such as fiction and popular science, as well as classics and news on the German publishing market; Learn you will also be privileged to study for language exams.
The Goethe-Institut generated itself because it was about educational activities, i.e. conducting and preparing for exams, both in the office and in the online formula.