After closing and expulsion of the historical Bauhaus in Dessau on 30 September 1932 a long time of 44 years had to pass, before the Bauhaus Building could be used again in its original sense. In 1976, 50 years after its construction, the GDR government had reconstructed the historical monument and founded a "Scientific and cultural Centre". Assembly of a Bauhaus collection of its own began and the Bauhaus stage was once again used for concerts and plays. In 1986 the GDR celebrated the reopening of the Bauhaus as a "Centre for Design", tied in the eastern Germany’s department of building.

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  • Die Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau ist eine Stiftung öffentlichen Rechts. Sie ist ein Ort der Forschung, Lehre und experimentellen Gestaltung. Die Stiftung wurde in ihrer heutigen Form 1994 von der Bundesregierung, dem Land Sachsen-Anhalt und der Stadt Dessau gegründet und hat ihren Sitz im historischen Bauhausgebäude in Dessau-Roßlau. Die Stiftung hat etwa 60 Mitarbeiter. (de)
  • After closing and expulsion of the historical Bauhaus in Dessau on 30 September 1932 a long time of 44 years had to pass, before the Bauhaus Building could be used again in its original sense. In 1976, 50 years after its construction, the GDR government had reconstructed the historical monument and founded a "Scientific and cultural Centre". Assembly of a Bauhaus collection of its own began and the Bauhaus stage was once again used for concerts and plays. In 1986 the GDR celebrated the reopening of the Bauhaus as a "Centre for Design", tied in the eastern Germany’s department of building. After the German reunification it seemed to be completely unclear what the Bauhaus would evolve into during the following years. On 9 February 1994 the German Federal Government, the state of Saxony-Anhalt and the town Dessau finally founded the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. Today, the Bauhaus Building in Dessau-Roßlau is one of Germany's World Heritage Sites. From 1994 until 1998 Prof. Dr. Rolf Kuhn was the Executive Director of the Foundation. His successor Prof. Dr. Omar Akbar was in charge until 2009. Since 1 March 2009 the architect and publicist Prof. Philipp Oswalt is the head of the Foundation; his deputy is Dr. Regina Bittner, who is also responsible for the Foundation’s Academy. (en)
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  • Die Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau ist eine Stiftung öffentlichen Rechts. Sie ist ein Ort der Forschung, Lehre und experimentellen Gestaltung. Die Stiftung wurde in ihrer heutigen Form 1994 von der Bundesregierung, dem Land Sachsen-Anhalt und der Stadt Dessau gegründet und hat ihren Sitz im historischen Bauhausgebäude in Dessau-Roßlau. Die Stiftung hat etwa 60 Mitarbeiter. (de)
  • After closing and expulsion of the historical Bauhaus in Dessau on 30 September 1932 a long time of 44 years had to pass, before the Bauhaus Building could be used again in its original sense. In 1976, 50 years after its construction, the GDR government had reconstructed the historical monument and founded a "Scientific and cultural Centre". Assembly of a Bauhaus collection of its own began and the Bauhaus stage was once again used for concerts and plays. In 1986 the GDR celebrated the reopening of the Bauhaus as a "Centre for Design", tied in the eastern Germany’s department of building. (en)
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  • Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau (de)
  • Bauhaus Dessau Foundation (en)
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