Bauhaus Lab, Gropius 3-D Workshop. Photo: Paula Court. © 2017 The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Bauhaus Lab

February 10–August 30, 2010 The Museum of Modern Art

In conjunction with the exhibition Bauhaus 1919–1933: Workshops for Modernity (November 8, 2009–January 25, 2010), Bauhaus Lab is a new interactive space that reimagines the historic Bauhaus classrooms in which students and teachers of many forms of art experimented with innovative pedagogical approaches. Led by artists, educators, and art historians, an ongoing series of hands-on art-making workshops offers participants of all ages the opportunity to engage in techniques and processes integral to the Bauhaus, such as drawing, collage, graphic design, color theory, and mechanical construction.

Most workshops are free and on a first-come, first-served basis. Spaces are limited for each program. Though we cannot guarantee your place in advance, participants will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning 20 minutes prior to the start of each workshop. For each program, spaces are limited to 20 participants. Programs are open to individual participants; school groups cannot be accommodated.

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