How do schools & organisations meet the challenges of cultural and linguistic complexities in today’s Queensland? Find out how at the inaugural Qld Multicultural Education Expo, bringing together Qld’s top multicultural educationalists and leaders at this FREE day event, Saturday August 27.
Imagine children from over a dozen languages and cultures showing off their proud heritage through dance, song and food. On 21 August this becomes reality, as the Ethnic Schools Association of Queensland Inc. and 4EB Multicultural Radio are inviting the public to Celebrating Languages and Cultures in Queensland. … and Germany is dabei!
The University of Queensland German Club (UQGC) are kicking off the last semester of the year with their highly-popular tradition “Meet and Greet” at Brathaus. It’s a great opportunity to meet like-minded people – the members and executives of UQGC – regardless of if you’re a member or not. And of course, satisfy your hunger and thirst!
Over 300 of the world’s finest young musicians will gather for an exceptional concert on August 5 at Brisbane’s QPAC. Experience finest German youth orchestras from Mannheim & Stuttgart as they join Chinese, Taiwanese and Queensland counterparts for an international ‘musikalischer Leckerbissen’, never seen before in Brisbane.
It’s your chance to join in and hear the fascinating story of German settlement in Queensland by well-known author and expert on early German settlement in SEQueensland, Robin Kleinschmidt. Sunday, August 7 at 12.30pm, thanks to the Queensland Goethe Society.
Brisbane German Club’s Liedertafel/Liederkranz choir takes you on a magical musical journey to Germany’s Black Forest – famed for its magnificent mountain landscapes, iconic cake, cuckoo clocks, and red-pompom “Bollerhütten” hats. Their 2016 Anniversary Concert – Sunday, July 31 – is a celebration of all things Schwarzwald!
Try visualising the impact of climate & other environmental change around the world. How would the consequences of climate change look like in the Pacific, or other places? An amazing exhibition at University of Queensland, on July 18-29, displays just this and more. Part of a collaborative effort involving the German Federal Foreign Office, it is a MUST SEE for anyone interested in the environment, our world and its future.