From web designers to painters to musicians, the creative economy in Germany is very diverse. They’re all passionately committed to their art and their work. But some find it difficult to make ends meet.
A proposed law in Israel is designed to cut funding for cultural projects that are critical of the government. But while culture minister Miri Regev is still demanding "loyalty" from artists, her bill is on ice for now.
Now in its seventh year, Berlin Art Week aims to showcase the capital's prodigious cultural scene to the global art world. DW talks to organizer Moritz van Dülmen about the week's growing momentum, and future prospects.
It's not over until the fat lady sings, but for many emerging bands in the British music industry, a no-deal Brexit could be a career-ending moment, Rob Mudge reports.
On the Weimar era centennial, a retrospective of silent movies from a time of great creativity and innovation is featured at the German Historical Museum. Curator Philipp Stiasny told DW why the films remain so modern.
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