Germany, Weimar

Moving Traces: Design Elements & Principles

when 20 August 2017 - 1 September 2017
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 3 ECTS
fee EUR 700

The course is made up of three parts and aims at interdisciplinary experiences of design principles like balance, tension, contrast, proprotion, variation and so on.

In the first section we work two- and threedimensional, black & white, with paper, cutter, pen, light and the elements dot and line. It is about simple abstract exercises for the perception of the effects of design principles. In the second part you will learn to create visual movement and interaction with computer. In analogy to a Bauhaus teaching method we integrate short-time body movements. Works of Bauhaus artists from media or stage will inspire you for the last section: designing an own visual moving story about elements and principles as a picture, object, a series, animation, performance or similar.

Course leader

Gabriele Fecher & Prof. Hyojung Seo

Target group

For beginners and experienced ones, who want to learn, refresh and broaden fundamental design skills.

Course aim

Aims of the course are learning and exercising design skills, interdisciplinary work with design elements and principles, limitation, broadening of creative thinking and experience of experimental work in the context of Bauhaus.

Fee info

EUR 700: 2 weeks (90 hrs)
The course fee is 700 EUR

The course fee includes:

• Orientation & Support
• Programme according to description
• Teaching materials
• Bauhaus Summer School ID card
• Certificate
• Internet access at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
• Free use of library
• Accompanying programme (except excursions)
• Free entrance to museums belonging to Klassik Stiftung Weimar
EUR 500: 2 weeks (90 hrs)
The course fee for students and alumni is 500 EUR.

The course fee includes:

• Orientation & Support
• Programme according to description
• Teaching materials
• Bauhaus Summer School ID card
• Certificate
• Internet access at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
• Free use of library
• Accompanying programme (except excursions)
• Free entrance to museums belonging to Klassik Stiftung Weimar