Item A5.3 - [Avi3] Bauhaus (6) (Eng)

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ZA UCT BC1223_A_A5_A5.3


[Avi3] Bauhaus (6) (Eng)


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The Bauhaus school, which sought to combine arts and crafts as a cohesive (total) design, was founded by Walter Gropius and existed in Germany between 1919 and 1933. These interviews document the life history of Bauhaus student, Etel Mittag. Themes include: Bauhaus Institute; cultural life of Cape Town; early childhood in Budapest; immigration to Cape Town in 1938; life in Nazi Germany; racial classification; work and politics.


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