Bauhaus in New England
The Bauhaus rose from the ashes of World War I in Germany 100 years ago. Its utopian ideas, inspired by founder Walter Gropius, attracted architects, artists and craftsmen from all around the world, challenging them to rethink design, its function in society and how it should be taught.
This centennial year we invite you to explore Bauhaus in New England and (re)discover how its ideals continue to live on.
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Despite the cold, we have made some progress: We finished some new walls, passed the electrical inspection, and are starting to prepare the walls for a fresh coat or two. In addition, our gorgeous ornamental plaster is getting a face lift! Check out our progress on Facebook and Instagram.
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St. Hildegard of Bingen
St. Hildegard of Bingen was a twelfth-century German nun–a writer, composer of chants, mystic and visionary. You might be asking yourself, “What on earth does a twelfth-century nun have to do with life today? What does medieval chanting have to do with music today?” It turns out, a lot.