Evolution of a Style: Arts & Crafts Movement to the Bauhaus
From 1880 to 1933 two movements sought to revive an interest in handcrafts by integrating the decorative arts, architecture and design. Tired of the excesses of the Victorians and industrial age technology, these artisans advocated a return to plain, simple forms and the use of natural materials. Trace this design revolution from Stickley furniture and Newcomb pottery to the Volkswagen Beetle and the Ten Great Buildings framing Tiananmen Square. See how the values of craftsmanship led to the founding of the Bauhaus, which has been described as the most famous and influential art school of all time.
|Dates:||April 2-16, 2019 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||1:30 PM to 2:30 PM|
|Location:||Creutzburg Center 100|
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