Lecture: The Pioneering Women of the Bauhaus

1:30 pm
Woodmere Art Museum

The courage of the Bauhaus women was similar to that of Violet Oakley and the Red Rose Girls. As generational contemporaries, each group blazed new trails in their respective disciplines. The Bauhaus and the ideals on which it was founded left an indelible mark on architecture, design, and educational practices in Europe and the United States. Women who had previously been barred from entering academies flocked to the new institution and became innovators of modern design.