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ulm: method and design | ulm school of design is nearing a close

After more than 20 venues and many more than half a million visitors, the exhibition will open on 31 July 2014 at its final venue, the RMIT Gallery in Melbourne.

Research Programme: Call for proposals

The ifa Research Programme "Culture and Foreign policy" calls for proposals for their project "Sport – cultural aspects of a global movement". Location will be in Brussels. Deadline is 1 September 2014.

News on Cultural Exchange

The role of social media in peace work

For young people in particular, social media have changed communication channels and torn down barriers. The Arnhold Symposium examines whether online networks can make a contribution to peace work.

Georg Eckert Institute | 29.07.2014

British Council good for promoting the UK

A review of the British Council published by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office revealed that the organisation makes a significant contribution to the country’s international reputation.

GOV.UK | 24.07.2014

Different perspectives on the Commonwealth

Coinciding with today’s opening of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, a study has been published revealing how children in the UK and in other Commonwealth countries understand the network.

British Council | 23.07.2014

Events

31.07.2014 | RMIT Gallery, Melbourne
Exhibition opening
02.08.2014 | Blue Roof Art Museum, Chengdu, China
Exhibition opening
03.08.2014 | Durban, Südafrika
Exhibition opening
14.08.2014, 19:00 h | ifa Gallery Stuttgart
Exhibition opening
15.08.2014, 16:00 – 17:30 h | ifa Gallery Stuttgart
In the context of the exhibition
Liina Siib – Spin around and twirl!

Cultures merge

The ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) is committed to a peaceful and enriching coexistence of people and cultures worldwide.

ifa Library, reading room

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Sibylle Bergemann. Photographien. Mitte, Mauerpark 1976; © Sibylle Bergemann, 27.06. – 27.07.2014, ifa Gallery Stuttgart

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70173 Stuttgart
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Moshekwa Langa. The Jealous Lover, 11.07. – 21.09.2014, ifa Gallery Berlin

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10115 Berlin
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Tue–Sun   2–6 pm
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German school

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deutschkurse(at)ifa.de

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