Student works on the shared Fall ’19 Art Department theme of the Bauhaus on its 100th anniversary
December 5 – December 12, 2019
Opening reception: Thursday, December 5, 5 – 6 p.m.
Bauhaus—literally translated to “construction house”— was a German art school operational
from 1919 - 1933 that combined crafts and the fine arts. Founded by Walter Gropius,
the school eventually morphed into its own modern art movement characterized by its
unique approach to architecture and design. Today, Bauhaus is renowned for both its
unique aesthetic that inventively combines the fine arts with arts and crafts as well
as its enduring influence on modern and contemporary art. (from My Modern Met)
This exhibition presents student work in a wide range of materials, from painting and drawing to metals, fibers, and ceramics, all in response the history, impact, and aesthetic of the Bauhaus.
Submitting work for the 2020 Juried Student Exhibition?
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