BAUHAUS, DESIGN AND THE LIVABLE ANTHROPOCENE
Exhibition and Colloquium celebrating the 102nd year of the Bauhaus School, University of Victoria
“Bauhaus, Design, and the Livable Anthropocene” celebrates the innovative approach to design and architecture developed at the Bauhaus School, founded in Weimar, Germany, in 1919. The aim is to reflect on the historical impact of this approach and explore its potential for addressing the design challenges of the Anthropocene. The bauhaus photographs by Jean Molitor, brought to the University of Victoria by the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany Vancouver, present an exceptionally beautiful record of modernist buildings from around the world. The Exhibit is accompanied by an inter-disciplinary colloquium.
- Opening of Exhibition and Colloquium: 11:30-14:40, Saturday, 2 October 2021, Mearns Centre for Learning – McPherson Library, Room 129.
- Bauhaus Exhibition: 2 – 31 October 2021, McPherson Library, main hallway
Contact person and organizer: Thomas Heyd Ph.D., Department of Philosophy, UVic, firstname.lastname@example.org
You can sign up for this free event HERE.