Norse Atlantic Airways Partners with Goethe-Institut New York

Norse Atlantic Airways Partners with Goethe-Institut New York
Norse Atlantic Airways Partners with Goethe-Institut New York

Norse Atlantic Airways has recently established a new partnership with the Goethe-Institut New York. Their new #NorseCulturalExchange initiative aims to facilitate cultural exchanges between Berlin and NYC during the upcoming summer season.

The #NorseCulturalExchange, in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut New York, highlights the airline’s dedication to promoting cultural initiatives across the Atlantic by enabling artists to travel between Berlin and New York. Norse is providing flight support to the institute, allowing artists to journey from Berlin to New York for various cultural projects and events. Norse Atlantic Airways offers up to four direct weekly flights connecting these two cities.

Partnership initiatives consist of:

The Artist Talk series “Art & Weise”. Past contributors have included Raphaela Vogel, Tobias Zielony, John Miller, and Anna Ostoya.

The “Helen und Kurt Wolff Prize”. The official award presentation occurs in early October, uniting writers, translators, and publishing professionals.

Das “festival neue literatur”, a celebration highlighting German-speaking authors from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

The German Film Office at the Goethe-Institut will be featuring filmmakers and actors at different gatherings throughout the United States.

The Goethe-Institut is the global cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany. With currently 151 institutes in 98 countries, it promotes the knowledge of the German language, fosters international cultural cooperation. Through partnerships with partner institutions in numerous other locations, the Goethe-Institut has a total of around 1,000 contact points worldwide. In New York, the Goethe-Institut has been linking Germany, Europe, and the USA since 1969. From Union Square in Downtown Manhattan, the institute team manages a network of partners in the cultural and educational fields in New York State, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, offering its own language courses and events on current socio-political debates and contemporary cultural productions from Germany. Special emphasis is placed on the promotion of literature and translation as well as visual arts.

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