The German American Business Chamber of South Florida invites everybody to either join or participate at a international soccer tournament organized by the British American Business Council Miami. It takes place on a mini-field, each team consists of seven players, and up to 5 substitutes.
There are three Team Categories: Mens Open, 35+ an Co-Eds. It starts on [...]
When music publisher John Stark first heard Scott Joplin play his piano, he knew that ragtime was the music of hope for a new America. But Joplin would never be content with popularity and fame. Joplin committed himself to racial justice in the early 1900s. He was inspired by Booker T. Washington and the Dahomeyan [...]
In 1942 a group of German university students, with the support of their philosophy professor, created and distributed leaflets calling for fellow students and citizens to rise up against Hitler’s tyranny. Putting their lives on the line, they denounced the crimes against humanity committed by his dictatorship. They were apprehended and tried in the Nazi [...]
Karen Kohler has started a campaign to fund her double album LITTLE DEATH: Songs of Coming and Going. In her request she writes: “You dear Friends in Canada, Germany, France, England, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, Rumania, Trinidad, India, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, South Africa and Australia – I hope you’ll make your pledges this week! Tell people you know who [...]
The exhibition is comprised of 26 poster boards containing photos, text, reproductions of historical documents and quotes that follow the evolution of the Franco-German cooperation and the birth of the Élysée Treaty. It was developed by the German Information Center Paris (CIDAL) and was brought to and distributed in the United States by the German [...]
In German, a game night with friends is called “Spieleabend”. Such an event will take place at Goethe-Institut San Francisco on Friday, May 10. Join this second game night! All German language learners and German natives are cordially invited. The Goethe Institut offers party and quiz games, many surprises and great prizes. We are looking [...]
Four games from the Geneva University of Art and Design appear in the Third Annual UCLA Game Art Festival, hosted at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California. Three of them were previously on view at swissnex San Francisco in the Game Gazer exhibition, and another was created in April during a joint workshop between students from [...]
The Salastina Music Society presents Arnold Schoenberg’s “Verklärte Nacht,” on May 10 & 11.
The performance is based on German poet Richard Dehmel’s poem of the same name with an in-depth exploration by KUSC Radio Host Brian Lauritzen prior to the concerts.
Performers include Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra Principal Cellist Andrew Shulman, Pacific Symphony violists Meredith Crawford [...]
The MAK Center presents Everything Loose Will Land, an exhibition exploring the cross-pollination that took place between architects and artists in Los Angeles in the 1970s, a time when the autonomy of art forms yielded to convergences, collaborations, borrowings and more.
Part of the Getty initiative, Pacific Standard Time Presents: Modern Architecture in L.A, it is [...]
At May 7, the German-American community in New York will celebrate the “Maifest”.
Join the Party and celebrate the arrival of Spring with the annual “Maifest NYC” party including authentic German food, wine, beer and music! The event will also act as a fundraiser for GERMANYinNYC.org (Link: http://germanyinnyc.org) and will be held at the Vitra showroom in Manhattan’s [...]