Rumänisches Kulturinstitut Berlin

Purpose/Activites

The Romanian Cultural Institute was founded in 1999 by the Romanian and the German government and is one of the 17 Romanian Culture Institutes. In 2003, it became co-founder of the European Cultural Institute Berlin and since 2006 it has been a member of the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC).

The Romanian Cultural Institute "Titu Maiorescu" in Berlin is an art form and a cultural meeting point for everyone who is interested in Romania.

The Institute organises events in Berlin and throughout Germany. Academics and artists from Germany and Romania are welcome.

The head office of the Romanian Culture Institute in Bukarest coordinates the culture projects of the 17 Romanian Culture Institutes worldwide.

This supports a global spread of the Romanian culture and saves the cultural identity of the Romanians who live outside of Romania.


Scholarships for artists, foreign journalists and scientists as well as classes concerning the Romanian

country or language are part of its programme.


The Cultural Institute is situated in the "Villa Walther" which is located in the district Grunewalt in Berlin.

Inside of the Villa, there are a room for conferences

and concerts, a room for exhibitions, a hall for language courses and a library.

Contact

Rumänisches Kulturinstitut Berlin
Reinhardtstr. 14
10117 Berlin
Germany
Fon: +49 (0) 30 89061987
Fax: +49 (0) 30 89061988
www.rki-berlin.de/
office(at)rki-berlin.de