Various activities of the Klassik Stiftung Weimar are funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Free State of Thuringia, represented by the Thuringian State Chancellery, Department of Culture and Art.
From 23 March to 24 June 2018, the Klassik Stiftung Weimar presents a comprehensive photo exhibition on the Bauhaus in Dessau and Weimar at the Schiller Museum. The exhibition features 197 original photographs by the Bauhaus student Erich Consemüller (1902–1957). Not only do they provide a fascinating view of the world of Bauhaus instructors and students, but also vividly depict the architecture of the school buildings and the products of the Bauhaus workshops.
The new trailer for the bauhaus museum weimar is finished! The video premiered in March 2018 at the ITB fair in Berlin.
In 2019 Germany will be celebrating the founding centenary of the Bauhaus with partners from around the world. The inauguration of the bauhaus museum weimar is one of the highlights of the worldwide centenary programme.
The work on the structural shell of the museum is now completed.
The Klassik Stiftung owns a unique collection on the history before during and after the Bauhaus. The bauhaus museum weimar will offer enough space to present the Weimar portfolio to visitors from around the world.
On the joint portal »Bürgerinfo Bauhaus« (»Bauhaus information for citizens«), the Klassik Stiftung Weimar and die city of Weimar answer questions on the construction of the bauhaus museum weimar.
Alma Buscher-Siedhoff developed a toy for children that offered both the possibility of imitation as well as free creative development.
»The ultimate goal of all creative activity is a building!« Gropius proclaims in his Bauhaus manifesto that he wrote in 1919.
»Because clever heads from Thuringia change the world.«
The Bauhaus as initiator for cultural education today: Bauhaus Agents develop innovative communication concepts for the bauhaus museum weimar.
The »stacking tables« can be stacked and can easily be transported as a set. Thus they combine balance, harmony and proportion with the principle of functionality.