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Date:
January 19, 2019
Time:
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location:
Chelmsford Public Library
Address:
25 Boston Rd
Chelmsford, MA 01824
Cost:
Free and open to the public

Gropius House in Lincoln, MA
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The Bauhaus - A Chelmsford Art Society presentation by Mary Woodward

Saturday, January 19

Mary C. Woodward is Lead Guide at The Gropius House in Lincoln, MA For 100 years, the word BAUHAUS has been synonymous with modern architecture and design. The Bauhaus is famous for its use of industrial materials and clean lines in the creation of everything from tea cups to apartment buildings. The man most associated with the Bauhaus is its creator and first director, German architect Walter Gropius. In this illustrated talk, we will explore Gropius’ life from his earliest building project in Germany (with a New England connection!) through to the end of his life, where he lived for 30 years comfortably and stylishly in a home of his own unique design in Lincoln, Massachusetts.