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Europe Direct Intercult Webinar on a new European Bauhaus
The European Commission wants to launch a new European Bauhaus. A movement based on sustainability, inclusiveness and aesthetic values contributing to the creation of a green, sustainable Europe. Bauhaus was originally an art and a collective architecture created in the 1920s by German architect Walter Gropius. Mr Bauhaus underlined the simple, organic and collaborative. In this conversation on the theme of a new European Bauhaus, we ask us: Is it possible for a supranational cooperation body such as Europe Commission to thrive the modus operandi of small-scale multidisciplinary groups? Should the initiative be understood as a direction guide that provides support and legitimacy or wording that does not commit to anything? What impact can New European Bauhaus have on different sectors? What is the importance of the strategy for the cultural sector in Sweden and Europe and how can they encourage new activities and new forms of cooperation? In the conversation we will talk to architects, cultural operators and researchers with expertise and different perspectives on the initiative. Location: the conversation will be livestreamed in the event as well as on the Intercult Facebook page. The webinar is free of charge. Welcome again, dear members of the Steering committee!
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