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Practising means gathering experiences
The editors and designer working on the “original bauhaus übungsbuch“ also gathered their own experiences: Nina Wiedemeyer, Friederike Holländer and Sarah Lamparter. We asked the trio three questions.
“The Bauhaus is your place”
What happens when a younger generation engages with the Bauhaus? What can one learn from it about the relevance of the Bauhaus? An interview with Maxie Götze, a Bauhaus Agent in Weimar.
“I can do this!”
The Bauhaus agent Tullia Tarsia in Curia reports on her work, experiences and the pleasure of inspiring the lives of young people through art and culture.
“At the Bauhaus, inside is outside and outside is inside.”
As part of the Bauhaus Agents programme, primary school pupils are exploring the architecture of Dessau’s Bauhaus using experimental drawing techniques.
Germany’s first comprehensive school turns 50
When it opened in 1968, the Walter Gropius School in Berlin’s Neukölln district was Germany’s first comprehensive school. Its 50th anniversary has now been celebrated with a week of festivities that gave the Berlin Bauhaus Agents an opportunity to offer a glimpse into their project work on site.