19.11—29.11 

Kazan / Berlin / Hamburg / Koln / Online | (РУ)

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Pop-up festival dedicated to German culture and language will take place in Kazan on November, 19–29 as part of The Year of Germany in Russia 2020/2021.

As part of the festival Center of Contemporary Culture “Smena” and German musician Guido Möbius are organizing a special programme RODINA-SET’. It will present several new projects and will include exhibitions, concerts, lectures and film screenings. 

The festival will present German and Russian avant-garde art practices involving music, art and technology and will help initiate a creative dialogue between musicians, artists and cultural institutions of the two countries. 

Most of the festival events will be streamed online and will be available on the festival’s website.

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Moscow, The Goethe-Institut in Moscow and Russian-German Chamber of Commerce are the organizers of The Year of Germany in Russia.

The year of Germany in Russia 2020/2021

A series of events dedicated to German culture, language and society will take place in Russia as part of The Year of Germany in Russia 2020/2021. These are Pop-up festivals in Kazan, Krasnodar, Kaliningrad and Vladivostok. In addition to them a series of cultural events, scientific and economic conferences and youth forums will be organized all across Russia up until the end of June 2021. The Year of Germany in Russia also supports projects (jointly developed by Russian and German partners) aimed at strengthening cultural, social, scientific and economic relations between the two countries.

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Moscow, The Goethe-Institut in Moscow and Russian-German Chamber of Commerce are the organizers of The Year of Germany in Russia.

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Pop-up festivals of German language and culture

November 2020 – June 2021 Pop-Up festivals of German language and culture will take place in Kazan, Krasnodar, Kaliningrad and Vladivostok. The event in each city will be dedicated to one main topic, i.e. electronic music, contemporary art, ecology and sustainable development, education and German language. German and Russian cultural, civil society and business partners jointly develop an extensive programme to unite pop-up festivals all across the country.

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