New Course: Bauhaus Coding Workshop

Published by Tim on Monday August 17, 2020

Last modified on January 25th, 2024 at 14:07

I am very happy to be able to publish my new course “Bauhaus Coding Workshop” today!

This course is a collection of creative exercises, all inspired by the preliminary course at the Bauhaus around 1919. All exercises are based on the teachings of Johannes Itten, Lazlo Moholy-Nagy and Josef Albers and are the result of intensive research, many interviews with students and teachers as well as my own experiments.

I would like to thank here especially the initiative sharing bauhaus, which actively supported me in developing this course. I would also like to thank my students and patrons, who have inspired me a lot during the development.

Have fun with “Bauhaus Coding Workshop”!


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