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The Bauhaus, an avant-garde German art school founded by Walter Gropius in 1919, taught revolutionary ideas and techniques that found their way into nearly every aspect of arts, crafts, typography, architecture, and design. Its centennial has been marked with numerous events throughout the year. Here at two taking place in LA this week.

Poster Installation at Helms Bakery District Honors the 100th Anniversary of Bauhaus

Bauhaus 100 is a commemorative collection of more than 400 posters made by designers from all over the globe who have one thing in common – a desire and willingness to experiment with their art, connecting them directly to the groundbreaking principles and practices of Bauhaus.

See 70 of the posters on display at Helms Bakery Thursday and join Art Center’s Gloria Kondrup for a discussion with DnA’s Frances Anderton about the legacy and practices of the school.

When: Friday, Sept 19, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Where: Helms Bakery District, The Corridor Gallery, 8723 Washington Boulevard, Culver City 90232

Tickets: Free; read more about the event here.


Jessica Fleischmann, Andrea Lenardin Madden, Yunhee Min, Heather Scott Peterson and Pae White join moderator Tim Durfee for a discussion at the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design at WUHO about the influence of Bauhaus on Los Angeles graphic designers, artists and architects. Each panelist will juxtapose their own work with one produced by a Bauhaus member, highlighting how the ideas, techniques, or principles embedded in the Bauhaus legacy might be informing their own practice. And while you’re there, make sure to see the exhibition Bauhaus Photo, closing Sept 21.

When: Saturday, Sept 21, 5:00 pm

Where: WUHO Gallery, 6518 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028

Tickets: Free; read more about the event here.