Gallery Talk: Weaving beyond the Bauhaus



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  • Free with museum admission

Weaving beyond the Bauhaus marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus art school in Germany. Join exhibition curator Erica Warren to explore the profound impact of the school’s weaving workshop, especially on American artists such as Sheila Hicks, Ethel Stein, and Claire Zeisler.

A work made of silk and cotton, plain weave double cloth of paired warps and wefts.
Black-White-Red, Designed 1926/27, woven 1965
Anni Albers

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