Guys, the latest German Language Breakfast is taking place THIS FRIDAY and we don’t want you to miss out on this fantastic opportunity to learn a little more about a non-native German who has used the language throughout their careers and to practice your own German! Ready to learn more, read on!
It’s time for another Goethe inspired program as we continue to celebrate 40 years of Goethe in Atlanta, this time with a movie night with the screening of Phillip Stölzls “Young Goethe in Love” with introductory remarks by Dr. Martin Kagel, A.G. Steer Professor at the University of Georgia.
Guys – you want to see more German courses here at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta and we’re delivering with a brand new selection of fresh, new courses for you to choose from! Some of them start next week to keep you learning in between the semesters! Take a look at what’s available below and register now for your perfect course!
It’s a busy week here at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta and we have two events we don’t want you to miss out on. Make sure you register for them now to avoid any disappointment!
First up is our movie screening on Friday (May 29) of Fritz Lang’s classic film, “M,” with a film introduction by Dr. Jan Uelzmann of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
You know we like to help you out, right? Remember those 10 reasons why you should learn German tips we gave you? Well, now we’re following that with 10 Tips for German Language Learners – we kind of figured you’ve probably started a language course following our last set of tips and you might need a little study help!
Thanksgiving and the Holiday’s are just around the corner so, of course, it got us thinking about what we are thankful for. We didn’t have to think for very long because it appears there are lots of things we are thankful for because without them, we wouldn’t be who we are today.
We’re spreading the word tomorrow about how important it is to learn German as a second language and the doors it can open for you when we get involved in the Big German Career Day – Mit Deutsch Karriere machen!
It’s taking place around high schools in the Greater Atlanta area on Thursday, October 2, from 7am – 4pm. We’ll be heading into schools and talking to students about the benefits of learning German and how it can help them to progress on the path to a successful career.
But the response has been so great that we’re extending visits to middle schools, high schools and universities throughout October and November. Want to know more about it? Here goes:
Big German Career Day – Mit Deutsch Karriere machen!
Your students made a decision to study German – and perhaps they have been studying German for a few years already.
Now they are asking the question about how they can use German in their future career.
At our extended event Big German Career Day – Mit Deutsch Karriere machen! we will seek answers to the following questions:
- Which & how many German companies are located in Atlanta and the Southeastern United States?
- What educational background is necessary to work for a German or international company?
- What are the advantages of studying German?
- Studying only German is not sufficient for a career, but combinations with which other courses are particularly useful or sought after?
Representatives of German-American companies will answer these questions from both a personal and professional point of view and provide information about specific training and career opportunities, describing their ideal candidates. Participants will also receive information about university programs and scholarships for American students who wish to study in Germany.
Interested in a visit? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to schedule a date!
And don’t forget…
DYKO is performing at the Goethe-Zentrum tomorrow night too!
Come and see one of Germany’s best known Electro-Pop artists in your own backyard! DYKO – aka John Barrie Dyke from Melbourne,Australia – is one of the best known German Electro-Pop artists. Devoted to Synthi-Pop und New Wave, he is inspired by artists such as Kraftwerk, David Bowie and Depeche Mode. In his work, he focuses on the development of the sound from that era.
Dyko, who musically and visually reflects his fascination with German everyday-life culture in his very own style of Electro-Pop, sees himself as a cultural ambassador. On stage, he combines his lyrics with graphically abstract and realistic projections. Some of his background visuals are taken from the language course video “Kontakte” (“Contacts”) from the 1970’s, which make his concerts seem partly like a musical German course. The connection of language and visual scenes from “Kontakte” brings about elementary and repetitive text structures, which are easy to understand, especially for learners at the beginners’ level.
This is an event not to be missed by German language students of all ages! Admission is complimentary and all you need to do is bring a German dictionary with you, if you have one of course!
To make sure you’re involved with this amazing event, make sure you register by clicking here.
As part of our Big Career Day – Mit Deutsch Karriere machen where we aim to teach students more about the importance of learning German as a second language and the doors it can open for them on Thursday (more on that on the blog tomorrow!), we have a special event that you just have to be at!
We are so excited to host one of Germany’s best known electro-pop artists, DYKO!
Fall is a busy season here at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta and we have events galore! With everything from art exhibits, language breakfasts, author readings and movie screenings, we always have something going on. So, we thought we’d give you a little round-up of our fall events – some pictures of those that have already taken place and a sneak peek into what’s still to come!
“What a Palace! Berlin Palace-Humboldt Forum” Exhibition Opening
Our fall season kicked off when we became the first in the United States to host the travelling exhibit on the restoration of the Berlin Palace which will house the Humboldt Forum, a cultural center of national and international distinction in the heart of Berlin.
This thing is happening THIS Friday people so get your name on the list now! It’s a chance for you to practice your German skills with your teachers, other students and native speakers whilst enjoying some typical German breakfast delicacies. Great, right?
So, here’s everything you need to know: