From Icarus Films, No Festival Required Presents
Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus
Directed by Niels Bolbrinker and Thomas Tielsch
Wednesday, May 15 2019- 7:30 pm, doors at 7 pm
Park Central arts pavilion (an outdoor venue with a roof!)
3121 North 3rd Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85013
Parking and Entrance on West Side of Park Central
Venue Info and Maps-www.parkcentralphoenix.com
Tickets (includes service fee)
General Online- $10.00
Day of Show At Door- $12.00, Students with school i.d. $11.00
No Festival Required, Artlink and the newly remodeled Park Central invite you to the new arts pavilion, an outdoor covered event space in Midtown Phoenix. We’ll have seating, but if you’d like to bring a blanket or low-backed beach chair, you’re welcome to enjoy the film on the artificial turf area. Show will go on,rain or not!
We gratefully acknowledge the support for this programming by Benjamin Hall Design, Eric Karlene Real Estate at Realty One Group, Stinkweeds, General Dentistry: Dr. David Weiss D.D.S. and Dr. Ivette Jorge, D.M.D., M.P.H. and Artlink, Inc. Hosting Venue-Park Central.
Popcorn and Bottled Waters Provided, donations gratefully accepted!
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Walter Gropius’ Bauhaus with this lively and wide-ranging exploration of the movement uniting modern design, art, architecture and performing arts with communal social living to form an academic discipline and utopian way of life. Combining free imagination and play with strict structure, Bauhaus’ members included Anni Albers, Marcel Breuer, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, László Moholy Nagy, Oskar Schlemmer and more. The most comprehensive film on its subject to date, Bauhaus Spirit explores this influential 20th-century movement’s history, legacy, and continued relevance in an age where function and environmental sustainability have taken on new urgency.
Grand Prize, Maisto Festival of Architecture Films Best Documentary, Montreal Festival of Films on Art (ArtFIFA) Official Selection, Stuttgart Haus de DokumentarFilms
“One hundred years ago, a radical artistic utopia was born: Bauhaus, one of our century’s most influential architectural schools, still sets the pattern for the way we live. Young architects, school teachers, designers, sociologists reflect on [the] synthesis of free imagination and strict structure, enrichment and simplification, light and clarity. The true measure of its influence isn’t only how familiar it has become but how it still shapes our society today.” —International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA)