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The German Cultural Centre Sibiu
Str. Timotei Popovici nr. 9

The German Cultural Center Sibiu is a cultural institution that was founded in 2004 and which is enjoying ever-growing interest from the public. It is considered an example of the public-private partnership in the cultural mediator area. The aim of the German Cultural Center Sibiu is to convey an up-to-date and lively image of Germany in all its facets by means of a cultural program, language courses and a library. The Center offers a varied and attractive yearly cultural program for youngsters and adults, and thus supports the cultural exchange between Romania and Germany. Exhibitions, jazz or rock concerts, film screenings, workshops on various topics, or readings with popular German writers are just some of the events that are organized.

CoLaboratory 2.0. / Perpetual Grains: Anexandra Coroi and Yotam Schlezinger

INSTALATIE


Tip eveniment
EXCLUSIV la NAG
Perioada Expozitie
15.08.2021 - 17.10.2021
COLABORATORY 2.0 Digital Artist Residencies In a difficult time for the cultural sector, the German cultural organisations in Romania and the Republic of Moldova have joined forces in 2020 to support local artists and give them the opportunity to connect digitally with artists from Germany. This is how CoLaboratory was born: a series of digital artist residencies. After a successful first edition of the program, the network of cultural centers, together with partners from the visual arts sector, invited artists to join a new edition. Within CoLaboratory 2.0, new artistic work, dialogue and original thinking processes were to be explored and promoted. TOGETHERNESS: HOW MUCH DISTANCE DOES CLOSENESS NEED? Social contacts – from friendships to partnerships to family life – are among our basic human needs. The way how we interact with others and maintain our relationships is currently undergoing a profound change. Social networks are increasingly replacing the circle of friends and moments of togetherness are giving way to digital conversations. During the last few months, we have seen people who are important to us far too rarely ... or far too often.