Haus Work: Women of the Bauhaus was first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 in April 2019.
It explores the life and work of the women of the Bauhaus, whose creativity and achievements have largely been overshadowed by the more famous men at that experimental art school. The 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus in 1919 offers the ideal opportunity to revisit the history of the Bauhaus and meet the women who were crucial to its success and reputation.
We interviewed some of the leading historians of the Bauhaus, including Libby Otto, Alice Rawsthorne, Alan Powers and Patrick Roessler, as well as Monika Stadler, the daughter of Gunta Stölzl: the only female 'Master' at the Bauhaus.
The programme was produced by the talented Jo Wheeler at Just Radio.
You can find out more about the programme and listen to clips here.