Museum Ulm Logo HfG Archiv Ulm

Am Hochsträss 8, 89081 Ulm

Opening times: Tue - Sun and on Public Holidays 11 am — 5 pm; Thu 11 am — 8 pm; Mon closed

Welcome Welcome to the HfG Archive Ulm

Next event

Thu21.11.201918.3019.30 Uhr

Public guided tour (in German): Permanent exhibition “Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm: Von der Stunde Null bis 1968” (Ulm School of Design: From the Zero Hour to 1968)

Entry: 2,- €, in addition to exhbition entrance fee

Next event

Fri22.11.201919.00 Uhr

Exhibition Opening: reclaim context. Bauhaus studio 100. 

Exhibition place: HfG-Archiv, Am Hochsträß 8, 89081 Ulm. It is a public event.

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Sun24.11.201911.00 Uhr

Artist breakfast: Guided tour and artist talk (in German) in the HfG Studio, topic is our special exhibition: “reclaim context. Bauhaus studio 100

Place: HfG-Archiv, Am Hochsträß 8

(Entry: 7 Euro, incl. a Butterbrezel (buttery pretzel) and a cop of tea or coffee)

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Sun01.12.201914.0015.00 Uhr

Public guided tour (in German): Ein Bauhaus für Ulm? Der Architekt Max Bill und das HfG-Gebäude (A Bauhaus for Ulm? The Architect Max Bill and the Ulm School of Design building)

Meeting point: HfG-Archiv, Am Hochsträß 8

Entry: 2,- €

Next event

Sun01.12.201915.0016.00 Uhr

Public guided tour (in German): Permanent exhibition “Hochschule für Gestaltung Ulm: Von der Stunde Null bis 1968” (Ulm School of Design: From the Zero Hour to 1968)

Entry: 2,- €, in addition to exhbition entrance fee

Exibition place: Am Hochsträß 8, 89081 Ulm

Next event

Thu05.12.201918.30 Uhr

Public guided tour (in German):reclaim context. Bauhaus studio 100 

Place: HfG-Archiv, Am Hochsträß 8

Entry: 2,- €, in addition to Museum entrance fee, duration 60 minutes

Next event

Sun15.12.201915.00 Uhr

Public guided tour (in German):reclaim context. Bauhaus studio 100 

Place: HfG-Archiv, Am Hochsträß 8

Entry: 2,- €, in addition to Museum entrance fee, duration 60 minutes

News

Munich ’72.
The Visual Output of Otl Aicher’s Dept. XI

In order to publish his book Munich ’72. The Visual Output of Otl Aicher’s Dept. XI as planned, Mark Holt is looking for support through his Kickstarter: . In Munich ’72 Holt will intensively examine the work of Otl Aicher and his design team regarding the Olympic Games 1972 in Munich. In connection with his research, Holt also visited the archive of the former Ulm School of Design as well.
Further Information, and progress on the project, can also be found on Instagram and Facebook.