Cultural Program Highlights
The Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta's cultural program seeks to fulfill its mission by hosting events portraying a positive image of modern Germany and German speaking countries. This is done through lectures, concerts, foreign films, theatre productions, and exhibits. In addition, we host Franco-German and European events in partnership with the Alliance Française d'Atlanta and European Consulates from all over the southeast region.
An Evening of Magic with Martin Lübke
German magician Martin Lübke amazed and entertained a huge crowd with his tricks. He used a number of different objects during his act, which thrilled our guests and left them wondering about his method!
European Science Café Series
Presented by members of the Atlanta European Science Café, this series brings speakers from universities or research centers to discuss their scientific work. Programs have included: The Beings Summit - "Exploring the promise and pitfalls of altering human cells," Climate Change and Health Impacts, and Goethe and Newton: A Scientific Discourse on the Theory of Colors.
#HereIStand Martin Luther Exhibition
The #HereIStand poster exhibit presents a comprehensive picture of Luther's life, work, and of the Reformation including its history, cultural-historical environment and impact. To open the exhibition, we welcomed Project Manager Dr. Tomoko Emmerling, State Museum of Heritage Management and Archaeology Saxony-Anhalt, Prof. Dr. Louis Nebelsiek, Advisor to the Landesamt für Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt (Halle) and Mr. Robert Kluth, Kurator of the poster exhibition #HereIStand, Berlin, Germany. Several events took place in connection with the exhibition including a lecture entitled "From Martin Luther to Martin Luther King, Jr." a movie night with the screening of the movie "Luther" and "A Word on Art: Law and Grace" which centered around the 'Law and Grace' exhibition at the Pitts Theology Library at Emory University.