In January, SNFCC’s collaboration with Goethe-Institut Athen, in view of the 100-year anniversary of the Bauhaus School, continues through talks, screenings and art workshops for children and adults.
“Bauhaus at 100” explores the legacy of the 20th century’s most iconic art & design school in the fields of architecture, industrial design, the arts, dance and education.
Back to the Studio
The architect Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus School, laid out the basic principles of art in his manifesto: art must return to the workshop; there should be no barriers separating applied art, sculpture, and painting—all dwell in unity under the same roof.
The training at the Bauhaus was based on practical activity in the workshops, where artisans and artists collaborated to create a new world. Geometric forms, lines, typographies, and colours are the elements we will work with to create new compositions in the style of the Bauhaus. We will become both artists and artisans at the same time and seek to combine the discipline of craftsmanship with the freedom of art in a single work.
Design-Implementation: MNP & Katerina Papanagiotou, MNP founding member & creative director
Up to 24 participants
Free admission by online pre-registration (the activity is conducted in Greek)
Pre-registration starts on Monday 06/01 at 12.00
Photo credits: V. Patsialos