The traditional Days of Germany will be held for the 16th time in Arkhangelsk from 19 October until 15 November 2020. The Northern (Arctic) Federal University is one of the organizers. This year the event is focused on the popularization of science and art.
The main goal of the numerous activities is to explain science and art to children and adults, introduce scientific developments to the public, invite people to take part in experiments, and inspire them to make discoveries. Participants and guests are going to attend conferences, experience the show based on the play “The Great Fire” by Roland Schimmelpfennig and the exhibition of contemporary photos “Face to Face” by Frank Gaudlitz (Potsdam) and Amélie Losier (Berlin), watch films, presentations of students associations, workshops by teachers and language schools.
As a part of the Days of Germany and the Festival “SCIENCE 0+”, online lectures will be held by German Professors of photography and design, robotics, methods of German language teaching. There will also be an opportunity to see an engineer-scientist Joachim Häcker's online show. "Science is fun! (and German is too)", "I hear what you can’t see!".
The Days of Germany will be held offline and online in several regional cultural and educational institutions - NArFU, Arkhangelsk Museum of Local Lore, Arkhangelsk Regional Drama Theatre, Talagi Secondary School.
You can find the full programme on the NARFU website.