Modern German Prints and Drawings from the Kainen Collection. National Gallery of Art
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The Goethe-Institut Washington organizes and supports cultural events that present German culture abroad and that further intercultural exchange. Of special interest to us are film and exhibition projects. Our language department offers German courses, workshops and seminars for teachers of German as a Foreign Language, as well as a wide-ranging testing program to prove proficiency in German.

Calendar of Events
Jul 22 - Jul 27Capital Fringe Festival: The Dish
Jul 22 - Jul 25Capital Fringe Festival: The Fever
Jul 22 - Jul 26Capital Fringe Festival: Bethesda
Jul 22 - Jul 26Capital Fringe Festival: Killer Quack
Jul 23 - Jul 26Capital Fringe Festival: About A Girl
Jul 23 - Jul 27Capital Fringe Festival: Malevolence
Jul 24 - Jul 26Capital Fringe Festival: Point...Blank...Period!
Jul 24 - Jul 27Capital Fringe Festival: "Master Harold"....And the Boys
Jul 24 - Jul 27Capital Fringe Festival: I Füçkèð Your Country
Jul 25 - Jul 26Capital Fringe Festival: A Lesbian Belle Tells!
Jul 25 - Jul 27Capital Fringe Festival: Porch by Jeffrey Sweet
Jul 26Capital Fringe Festival: Sage of Blackwell
Jul 27Capital Fringe Festival: The Goddess Diaries
Aug 18Film Captures the Great War: Käthe Kollwitz - Images of a Life
Aug 25Film Captures the Great War: The Lost Angel
Aug 27 - Oct 1ApocalyptiCAT
Aug 27ApocalyptiCAT: Opening Reception
Sep 9Deutsch am Mittag: Utopia! – Traces of a German Republic in the USA
Sep 15Film Captures the Great War: Paths of Glory
Sep 18NPR Berlin - Concept, Audience, Experience
Oct 6Film Captures the Great War: Broken Lullaby (The Man I Killed)

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Washington, DC 20001
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