My Bauhaus: Transmedial Encounters
October 31, 2019
This symposium hosted by the Yale School of Architecture marks the centennial of the founding of the legendary Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany in 1919. Particular focus will be on the legacy of Josef and Anni Albers. The two-day event brings together art and architectural historians, artists, curators, and educators using various tools and presentation formats, including scholarship, film, performance, and painting, to investigate the history and legacy of the short-lived institution and its key members.
For the symposium program, see details linked below.
Thursday October 31 – Saturday November 2, 6:30pm
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