The Goethe-Institut is the Federal Republic of Germany’s worldwide cultural institute. With 157 institutes in 98 countries around the world, we promote the study of German abroad, engage in international cultural exchange and convey an up-to-date image of contemporary Germany. Thanks to partnerships with institutions in many other locations, the Goethe-Institut has about a thousand points of contact worldwide. As a national and European integration, and in our various activities we steadfastly strive to reinforce the core values of the European Union: liberty, equality and openness. The Goethe-Institut maintains 52 institutes in Europe.
The Institut français is a Public Agency responsible for French cultural actions abroad, under the supervision of the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and of the Ministry of Culture. It promotes cultural dialogue and the French language worldwide. Therefore Institute français works to foster cultural understanding and promotes the mobility of artists, artworks and ideas, thanks to the vast network of Institut français as well as Alliances françaises.
IZOLYATSIA is a non-profit, non-governmental platform for cultural initiatives, founded in 2010 on the site of a former insulation factory based in Donetsk. IZOLYATSIA is a platform for research, discussion, and the presentation of substantiated socio-political problems at differing scales of the local and global context. Through artistic practice, the foundation aims to change public opinion on politically sensitive themes and marginalized communities. IZOLYATSIA realises projects that lie on the boundary between modern art and civil society, and works in the following areas: research, site-specific projects, exhibitions, and residencies. IZOLYATSIA is a platform for cultural initiatives. It is a multidisciplinary cultural project open to all genres of creative expression. It is a point of intersection for all those who are passionate about cultural and social change.
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