Bauhaus museums open again
Good news for Bauhaus fans: the museums in Berlin, Dessau and Weimar are opening their doors again. To stem the spread of COVID-19, the museums have had to remain closed for several weeks. Since 4 May 2020, they are now gradually reopening their doors to interested visitors.
Visit the sites of the modernism! With the apps of the collection-leading Bauhaus institutions in Weimar, Dessau and you can also stroll through the museums from home and discover exciting stories for young and old.
A Pug and Modernity
What is this all about? Plenty to tease your curiosity! We say goodbye to you with six ultimate tips. They are as colourful and diverse as the 100 Years of the Bauhaus. Let us inspire you to discover new things. We hope you enjoy the content!
An Idea Meets Creative Production
Hardly any institution is so strongly connected to eastern Germany as the Bauhaus. Thuringia , Saxony -Anhalt and Berlin form the geographical backbone of the legendary institution. The fact that without the southern part of the republic, it would not have had some important protagonists and works that made it famous around the world is the theme of an exhibition at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. Printed graphics by the Weimar Bauhaus address the question of the artistic roots of Modernity.
“Short Sentences That Refuse to Get Old”
Ada Karmi-Melamede is one of the voices that can be heard on the audio app of the shortly reopened Liebling House in Tel Aviv. Her father Dov Karmi is the architect of the building. An inspirational conversation about freedom of thought, architecture and rituals of a creative family.
“How do we change the world?”
Back to the roots. Back to the university in Weimar. How does one manage to be a Bauhaus university in 2020 without also getting bogged down by the historical icons? How can teachers and students at the Bauhaus-Universität shape the future? A discussion with Prof. Dr. Max Welch Guerra, Head of the Urban Studies course, and Victoria Grau, a 5th-semester student of Urban Studies.