Kutlrurama – Goethe-Institut’s platform with worldwide online cultural events

After our succesful collaboration with Goethe-Institut Skopje last year (Wim Wenders Retrospective), this year Goethe has initiated the platform “Kulturama” aimed at freelance artists or artist groups from all disciplines, cultural institutions such as museums, theatres, opera and concert halls, radio stations, and film broadcasters, those who want to give their online cultural event international reach and visibility, and cultural connoisseurs worldwide.

We sincerely thank Goethe-Institut for continuing out succesful collaboration and promoting the events of PFF Spring Online Migrations on Kulturama. Besides the events of the Philosophical Film Festival (below), on Kulturama you could find numerous others cultural events – from concerts, film projections, exhibitions and many other surprises from all around the world! 🌎🌍🌏

👉 https://kulturama.goethe.de

PFF: Online concert of Ema Popivoda and Acoustic Electronics:

PFF: Encounter with the director Perttu Saksa:

PFF: Encounter with the director Milcho Manchevski:

PFF: Webinar – Covid-19 and the film sector in the country:

PFF: Interview with the winning directors, Shady Srour and Sophie Linnenbaum:


The Goethe-Institut’s global cultural calendar

“Because of the coronavirus, artists and cultural institutions worldwide are faced with existential challenges. Museums and theatres have been closed indefinitely, musicians cannot play concerts, and many international cultural events have been cancelled due to numerous border closings. At present, the only way artists and cultural organisations can present their work to an audience is via digital formats. There are no limits to the ideas on the Internet, whether a virtual tour of an exhibition in London, a kitchen puppet show, a digital ballet from Tokyo, or a living room reading. Digitization not only makes the arts accessible from home and across borders, but is also accompanied by experimental and innovative features.

In order to lend the online cultural offers of artists more visibility and greater reach in times of the coronavirus, the Goethe-Institut has launched the digital cultural calendar kulturama.digital. Artists and cultural institutions of all fields and worldwide can upload their digital cultural offers such as livestreams or on-demand programs to kulturama.digital free of charge and thus make them accessible to an international audience. The key motto: Not everything has to be perfect. We welcome both experimental and classic formats equally and hope that in this way, a diverse and colorful collection of cultural offers from high and pop culture emerges over time. Art lovers not only can find digital events from all over the world on kulturama.digital, but they can also show their solidarity: A donation button for each event allows users to financially support the artists and thus contribute to a vibrant online cultural scene. The site is in English and packages all offers according to type and date, so that everyone can quickly find the cultural offer they like.”

Who does kulturama.digital address?

🔸 freelance artists or artist groups from all disciplines
🔸 cultural institutions such as museums, theatres, opera and concert halls, radio stations, and film broadcasters
🔸 those who want to give their online cultural event international reach and visibility
🔸 cultural connoisseurs worldwide

👉 https://kulturama.goethe.de

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