Authentic German Culture In Brazil?? Ja, Wohl! | Where To Find Germans In Brazil

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Authentic German Culture In Brazil?? Ja, Wohl! | Where To Find Germans In Brazil


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Germany’s Cold War Cultures 1949-1989 [trailer]

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Germany’s Cold War Cultures 1949-1989 [trailer]

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GERMANY’S COLD WAR CULTURES 1949-1989
Re-thinking the Art History of a Politically Divided Country
a film by Michael Blackwood
(2009, 60 minutes, color)

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During the Cold War (1949-89) in both Germanys, the creation of art, its reception, and its theorization were closely linked to the respective political systems: the Western liberal democracy of the Federal Republic of German ( FRG ) and the Eastern communist dictatorship of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). In reaction against the legacy of Nazism, both Germanys revived pre-World War II German artistic traditions. This exhibition examines the internalization of historic German art, the increasing importance of popular and mass culture, the fashioning of two distinct national identities, and the engagement with Germany ‘s political and artistic past. By tracing the political, cultural, and theoretical discourses in both German art worlds, the exhibition shows the role of conventional art, new media, new art forms, popular culture, and particular domestic and international contemporary art exhibitions that played a role in the establishment of German art in the postwar era.

We accompany Stephanie Barron, curator of the exhibition, and Sabine Eckmann, curator of the exhibition catalogue on a walk-through of this critical re-consideration of German post-WWII art. They retrace the curatorial reasoning for the selection of works by artists which would best reflect the key social and political developments on both sides of the iron curtain during those 4 decades. “Art of Two Germanys: Cold War Cultures” is the third ambitious exhibition on 20th century German art curated by Stephanie Barron at the Los Angeles County Museum, after “Degenerate Art: The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany” and “Exiles and Emigrés: The Flight of German Artists from Hitler”.

The walk-through of the exhibition is enriched by rare historic film footage of East and West Germany as well as of the participating artists.

The exhibition “Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures, 1945-1989” was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in cooperation with Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH, Dr. Eckhart Gillen, co-curator.

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Berlin Germany Culture Festival Parade June 4, 2006

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Berlin Germany Culture Festival Parade June 4, 2006


Berlin Culture Festival Parade June 4, 2006 – alot like New Orleans Mardi Gras stateside – the crush of people, lots of drinking, and TONS of multi cultural music and booths. We were lucky enough to have friends in a 1st floor apartment on Mariendam. As you can see, it’s yet another reason Berlin is a Blast!

German Culture+Language Experts For Business & Life – Kirschner Communications

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Enchant The Germans – Gain Cooperation In International Business Culture TECH-DEMO

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“Enchant the Germans. Gain Sympathy in an International Business Culture” is a Coaching by Immigrant Spirit GmbH.

This video is a first tech study of our promotion video. Constructive feedback is welcome.

(The demo actually shows some struggle’s that international / virtual teams face: Even small obstacles like sound quality and the accent of your partner can be challenges in working in an international / virtual team)

German Culture Shock

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German Culture Shock


Cam, Connor, Jake, and Liam. German exchange student visits American in America, neither know of each other’s language or culture…

Working Culture In Germany

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Working Culture In Germany

Culture Tips For LDS Missionaries Going To Germany

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Culture Tips For LDS Missionaries Going To Germany


Some more culture tips for LDS missionaries going to Germany.

Electronic Club Culture Party In Germany Of Europe

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Electronic Club Culture Party In Germany Of Europe


Free video about music in nightclubs. This free video was created for you by and can be used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this music in nightclubs video.

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The clubbing, derived from the verb to club, itself derived from nightclub, which means a nightclub, is getting out in disco. His followers are the clubbers. As fashion, clubbing today has its own codes, clothing, verbal, musical, etc.. A nightclub, also night club, night bar or nightclub, English Nightclub, is usually an entertainment company that is open until late at night or into the early hours.

The night clubs are bars and restaurants, the classic entertainment, such as music and dance offer. The latter are thus similar to nightclubs, which today often operate under the term “club” or “club”. Partly also theater, cabaret or comedy performances take place in nightclubs, similar to cabaret. However, the entertainment can also be erotic or sexual content, such as in strip clubs and brothels. The transitions are often blurred.

Night clubs are in Germany the general restaurant right. The establishment and the ongoing operation, management and those who work must, among other things the federal licensing act or to the extent available, the relevant national licensing act, and the ancillary provisions satisfy such other commercial and administrative regulations for restaurants. Apart from the usual restaurant concession for performing a restaurant and the serving of alcohol need nightclubs or their operators usually a “nightclub concession” for the operation of opening during the night time or as exemption from any curfews regulations to secure the general night’s sleep. In night clubs with consumption offer food preparation and storage of food must ensure the relevant food- sufficient administrative and trade legislation.

Some nightclubs also have other types of attractions, including dancers pole dance, lap dance, cubist or strippers. In these cases, the difference with the strip club is very labile. In fact, usually, only age and older can enter. The golden age of nightclubs in Italy dates back to the fifties and continued until the early sixties. At that time, they were often very elegant rooms, with impeccable service and first-class orchestras. A nightclub is generally distinguished from bars, the pubs and taverns by the presence of a track of dance and cabin DJ, where it mixes one or more music styles.

The music in nightclubs is either live or, more commonly, a mix of songs played by a DJ through a powerful system sound. Most night clubs meet certain musical genres, such as techno, the house music, the trance, the heavy metal, the Garage, the hip-hop, the salsa, the dancehall, the Drum and Bass, the Dubstep or soca. Many clubs also offer reading the Top 40 of the most broadcast songs of the previous week.

Nightclubs, besides their function official who is distracted with music and dance were mostly several functions informal, the most obvious is to be a place of seduction and dating. Since early 2000, the rise of internet and online dating sites has serious competition this feature dating out “everyday life.” The nightclub is a place to clashes: beverages, romance or possible rivalries between gangs, possible traffic, crowds, festive atmosphere favor the occurrence of jostling and even violence.

Lighting Effects is an electronic device that automatically converts an audio signal such as music rhythmic light effects. In 1970, the lighting effects were an effect of lighting used in popular nightclubs and discos. Multicolored lights lighting effects vibrate to the rhythm of music. A light show is a pre-conceived plan of how the various fixtures in the lighting design behave during the performance. The light show supports the event and aims to give the event atmosphere. A light show consists of scenes and chases. A chase we consider a course of a few scenes. This fade time from scene to scene can be set. Often dependent This depends on the lightbox off; how complex the lightbox, the easier it is to create.

Programmed to spot almost nothing more to lightbox In large productions, the light show is almost always possible because there are often multiple representations. Laser Shows – artistic performances carried out mainly at night, when the light of the laser is the most visible. Laser shows a show consisting of appearing in the sky static images or animations with the help of multi-colored laser beams.

The minimalist music is a current contemporary music emerged in the 1960s in the United States, which is an important part of classical music in this country. In France, the current is often called repetitive music.

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Reverse Culture Shock Germany To USA

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Reverse Culture Shock Germany To USA


Talking about how life has been coming back from Berlin Germany to the United States

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