The exhibit will help you see that there is no single Bauhaus style.
I think it’s refreshing that this particular exhibit departs from the standard ways in which art from the Bauhaus is often presented.
Student: Which are?
Professor: Well, for example, by a specific artist.
I think it’s a mistake to focus on a single Bauhaus artist and that person’s individual specialty.
I mean, the different artists from the school created different things: fabric, sculpture, furniture, graphic design, paintings, even theatrical performances.
The exhibit in the Rutherford Museum unites all these specialties through connecting themes such as motion or the body.
Student: Sounds fascinating! Say, I’ve heard of something about discount nights at that museum?
Professor: Weekends are full price. It’s typically best to go Thursday nights.
That’s student discount night 50% off. However, next Wednesday is open to the public for free.
It’s a special promotion. So I know what I would do.