herbert bayer: from bauhaus to aspen
A lecture by Dr. Gwen Chanzit
Wednesday, April 10 | 6:30pm Doors Open, 7pm Lecture
Members-only ticket pre-sale is live now
Non-member tickets go on sale Wednesday, March 27
Advanced ticket sales end Monday, April 8 at 5pm
In conjunction with Kirkland Museum’s bauhaus centennial, Gwen Chanzit will present a lecture examining herbert bayer’s concept of total design and the trajectory of his impressive career from Germany to Aspen, Colorado. Dr. Chanzit is a herbert bayer scholar, Denver Art Museum Curator Emerita of Modern Art and the Herbert Bayer Collection & Archive and University of Denver professor. Chanzit’s book, from bauhaus to aspen: herbert bayer and modernist design in america, is available for purchase in the Museum Store.
Please note: bayer’s preference for universal typefaces using only lowercase letters has led us to spell his name and the title of the lecture without capital letters.
Through April 8 at 5pm:
$10 Kirkland Museum members*
*Members must have an active Kirkland Museum membership to be eligible for discounted tickets and can confirm their membership status by calling 303-832-8576 x100. Non-members and expired members may join or renew online here to become eligible.
After April 8, any remaining tickets will be available for $20 (members and non-members) at the door on the night of the event.
Tickets are required and can be purchased online or in person at the Welcome Desk.
Due to the fragile nature of the collection, children must be age 13 or older.
Save the Date
Lecture on August 14
Evening lecture given by Carla Hartman, educator, entrepreneur and granddaughter of noted designers Charles and Ray Eames. Carla is also principal of the Eames Office, dedicated to communicating, preserving and extending the work of Charles and Ray Eames. Details and ticketing information will be posted once confirmed.
For general event inquiries, please contact Gerald Horner at [email protected].