The website for design, experimentation and making
The Bauhaus Agents program ends in summer 2020 after an eventful four years. You can of course continue using the results of our work:
A wide range of materials is being made available long-term on the new digital cultural education platform bauhaus-machen.de, where you can find inspiration, download tutorials or just browse. The free content thrives on change, on the involvement and interaction of many. In addition to their focus on aesthetic education, the workshops and tutorials found in the website’s digital project space and Denkraum aim to reflect contemporary social and design issues against the backdrop of the historic Bauhaus and to transport these into the real lives of the users.
Since 18 July, the date of our fourth annual conference of Bauhaus Agents, bauhaus-machen.de has been online.
We look forward to your visit!
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