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Loheland: Lived Visions for a New World

26 Sep - 05 Jan 2020 / Vonderau Museum Fulda, DE

The Loheland School for Physical Education, Agriculture and Crafts will be presented in an exhibition for the first time in its entirety on the occasion of its 100th anniversary and in the context of the Bauhaus anniversary. Loheland was founded 1919 by Hedwig von Rohden (1890-1987) and Louise Langgaard (1883-1974) as a place for a »new generation of women«. Like the Bauhaus and other contemporary remodeled schools and art schools, Hedwig von Rohden and Louise Langgaard focused with their private educational institution, which was always run by women, on the unity of artistic disciplines and the education of all the students’ talents. For this purpose, apart from nature as a basic field of experience, numerous workshops were integrated into the gymnastic teacher education. With their outstanding designs the products helped to support the development of the settlement economically.

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