We see ourselves as the voice of visitors. We are facilitators and moderators, and we generate dialogues between culture and daily life.Bauhaus Agents, Weimar
What can we and what do we want to learn from the Bauhaus – in the museum, in the city, in life, here and now? How will the new Bauhaus museums become vibrant and accessible venues? The cultural education programme Bauhaus Agents, which is one of a kind in Germany’s museum infrastructure, addressed these questions in celebration of the anniversary 100 Years of Bauhaus.
Digital services of the Bauhaus museums
Visit the sites of the modernism! With the apps of the collection-leading Bauhaus institutions in Weimar, Dessau and Berlin, you can also stroll through the museums from home and discover exciting stories for young and old. Weimar+, the Bauhaus App of the Klassik Stiftung Weimar guides interested parties through the houses in Weimar, the App temporary bauhaus offers a guided tour through the collection of the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin and the App Bauhaus Dessau accompanies users on a discovery tour to important Bauhaus stations in Dessau.
Temporary Bauhaus App
Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung Berlin
In this app you can learn more about the world’s largest Bauhaus collection - with a special guide for children.
App Bauhaus Dessau
Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau
The free "Bauhaus Dessau" app accompanies interested parties on an exploratory tour through the Bauhaus city of Dessau.
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