July 12

Playing with the Past | Paint “Bayer” Number

Aspen Historical Society

Location: Wheeler/Stallard Museum Times: 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Recommended for children ages 3-6, must be accompanied by a parent or guardian

Families and school groups are invited to explore the legacy of the Bauhaus in Aspen with a kid-friendly art project and stories led by the AHS Education staff. In honor of the new “bayer & bauhaus” exhibit at the Wheeler/Stallard Museum and the community-wide Bauhaus 100: Aspen celebrations, this special Playing with the Past program invites kids to create their own version of a Herbert Bayer piece featuring bold colors and geometric shapes that are perfect for even the youngest artists.

Free in partnership with Aspen Valley Hospital

Playing with the Past | Paint “Bayer” Number
July 12

A Total Work of Art: Bauhaus-Bayer-Aspen - Lecture Presentation by Bernard Jazzar

The Aspen Institute

Location: Doerr-Hosier Center Times: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Lecture presentation by Bernard Jazzar, curator held in the McNulty Room, Doerr-Hosier Center.

Free and open to everyone. 

A Total Work of Art: Bauhaus-Bayer-Aspen - Lecture Presentation by Bernard Jazzar
July 14

The Aspen Festival Orchestra Performs - GUNTHER SCHULLER: from Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee

Aspen Music Festival and School

Location: Benedict Music Tent Times: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Aspen Festival Orchestra, conducted by Cristian Măcerlaru, performs selections from Gunther Schuller’s Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee, which reflect the composer’s love of jazz and is inspired by Bauhaus artist Paul Klee’s painting Twittering Machine. The concert also features works by Tchaikovsky, Copland, and Jake Heggie.

Tickets are $85.

Photo Credit: Petr Francán

The Aspen Festival Orchestra Performs - GUNTHER SCHULLER: from Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee
July 15 until
Jul 19, 2019

Teen Design Studio: Bauhaus Challenge

Aspen Art Museum

Location: Aspen Art Museum Times: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Design and build for a better world in this collaborative project-based workshop with a special focus on Bauhaus-inspired design. We’ll work to create a design solution that integrates the environment with daily needs. Teens will unveil their projects at an art show for friends and family at the end of the week. Taught by Pamela Rice, Associate Professor of Architecture at SUNY Orange, and Heike Hanada, architect of the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar.

Ages 12-14.
$240 Members/$300 Nonmembers

Teen Design Studio: Bauhaus Challenge
July 16

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society

Aspen Historical Society

Location: Red Brick Center for the Arts Times: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

In partnership with the City of Aspen and local architect Harry Teague, Aspen Historical Society offers a new walking tour to explore the Bauhaus influence on architecture and design in Aspen’s West End and Aspen Meadows campus. The tour includes one of Herbert Bayer’s former residences, as well as styles introduced by Bayer that have influenced area architects for decades, and examples of Bauhaus principles that continue to inspire design today. The tour is presented in honor of the community-wide Bauhaus 100: Aspen celebrations in 2019.

$15 adult / $12 senior / children 18 and under free.  To register go to www.aspenhistory.org or call 970.925.3721.

Meets at Red Brick Center for the Arts, 110 E Hallam St. (at the corner of Aspen & Hallam)

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society
July 17

Architecture Lecture: Heike Hanada

Aspen Art Museum

Location: Aspen Art Museum Times: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Heike Hanada is a German architect who teaches at the Technical University of Dortmund and runs an architectural studio in Berlin. Her significant projects include participation in the 1999 Venice Art Biennale in cooperation with Tatsuo Miyajima, who was representing Japan in the Japanese Pavillon. In 2008, she won the competition for the extension of the Stockholm Public Library, and since 2012, she has designed and almost completed construction on the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar.

This event is free and open to the public.

Photo Credit: Ulrike Schamoni

Architecture Lecture: Heike Hanada
July 19

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society

Aspen Historical Society

Location: Red Brick Center for the Arts Times: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

In partnership with the City of Aspen and local architect Harry Teague, Aspen Historical Society offers a new walking tour to explore the Bauhaus influence on architecture and design in Aspen’s West End and Aspen Meadows campus. The tour includes one of Herbert Bayer’s former residences, as well as styles introduced by Bayer that have influenced area architects for decades, and examples of Bauhaus principles that continue to inspire design today. The tour is presented in honor of the community-wide Bauhaus 100: Aspen celebrations in 2019.

$15 adult / $12 senior / children 18 and under free.  To register go to www.aspenhistory.org or call 970.925.3721.

Meets at Red Brick Center for the Arts, 110 E Hallam St. (at the corner of Aspen & Hallam)

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society
July 20

The Aspen Contemporary Ensemble Performs - ARNOLD SCHOENBERG: Fünf Klavierstücke, op. 23

Aspen Music Festival and School

Location: Harris Concert Hall Times: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

The Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, conducted by Timothy Weiss, performs ARNOLD SCHOENBERG: Fünf Klavierstücke, op. 23, featuring AMFS alumnus Irfan Tengku as pianist. Arnold Schoenberg was a Bauhaus-associated composer.  The evening’s repertoire also includes works by Carter and Pierre Jalbert.

Tickets are $45.

Photo Credit: Courtesy Photo

The Aspen Contemporary Ensemble Performs - ARNOLD SCHOENBERG: Fünf Klavierstücke, op. 23
July 23

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society

Aspen Historical Society

Location: Red Brick Center for the Arts Times: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

In partnership with the City of Aspen and local architect Harry Teague, Aspen Historical Society offers a new walking tour to explore the Bauhaus influence on architecture and design in Aspen’s West End and Aspen Meadows campus. The tour includes one of Herbert Bayer’s former residences, as well as styles introduced by Bayer that have influenced area architects for decades, and examples of Bauhaus principles that continue to inspire design today. The tour is presented in honor of the community-wide Bauhaus 100: Aspen celebrations in 2019.

$15 adult / $12 senior / children 18 and under free.  To register go to www.aspenhistory.org or call 970.925.3721.

Meets at Red Brick Center for the Arts, 110 E Hallam St. (at the corner of Aspen & Hallam)

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society
July 26

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society

Aspen Historical Society

Location: Red Brick Center for the Arts Times: 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

In partnership with the City of Aspen and local architect Harry Teague, Aspen Historical Society offers a new walking tour to explore the Bauhaus influence on architecture and design in Aspen’s West End and Aspen Meadows campus. The tour includes one of Herbert Bayer’s former residences, as well as styles introduced by Bayer that have influenced area architects for decades, and examples of Bauhaus principles that continue to inspire design today. The tour is presented in honor of the community-wide Bauhaus 100: Aspen celebrations in 2019.

$15 adult / $12 senior / children 18 and under free.  To register go to www.aspenhistory.org or call 970.925.3721.

Meets at Red Brick Center for the Arts, 110 E Hallam St. (at the corner of Aspen & Hallam)

Bauhaus Architectural Walking Tour with Aspen Historical Society