Around 1940, Bauhaus artist Anni Albers and her student Alexander Reed created necklaces made from everyday metallic materials and objects. These pieces of jewelry appear reduced and yet surprisingly elegant.
The workshop aims to elicit shimmering elegance from these seemingly worthless materials.
Please bring your own metal scraps such as screws, wire, nuts and sealing rings!
The workshop is led by Julia Marquardt and Doro Petersen.
Booking: Limited number of participants. Registration required. Please use the link given to choose your favourite time slot.