DECEMBER 7 Education Workshop #9: Holiday Cards / Rearrangement Exercise

SEPTEMBER 18 Anni Albers's Warp Families New York Textile Month

SEPTEMBER 9 Exhibition walkthrough of "In Thread and On Paper: Anni Albers in Connecticut" New Britain Museum of American Art

MAY 28 Anni Albers Experiments New Britain Museum of American Art

MAY 11 Anni Albers The Glass House

APRIL 9 Education Workshop #8: Leaf Creatures

APRIL 7 Education Workshop #7: Weaving with a Card Loom 2

APRIL 6 Education Workshop #6: Weaving with a Card Loom

APRIL 5 Education Workshop #5: Old Masters

APRIL 4 Education Workshop #4: Four Color Worlds

APRIL 3 Education Workshop #3: Gradients

APRIL 2 Education Workshop #2: Afterimage

APRIL 1 Education Workshop #1: One Color Becomes Two Albers Foundation

Education Workshop #9: Holiday Cards / Rearrangement Exercise

Fritz Horstman, education director at the Albers Foundation, leads this hands-on tutorial creating colorful holiday cards based on rearrangement exercises from the Bauhaus.

Anni Albers's Warp Families

Associate curator Karis Medina presents an illustrated lecture for New York Textile Month on Anni Albers's working process, taking a deep dive into the creation and structure of her pictorial weavings.

Exhibition walkthrough of "In Thread and On Paper: Anni Albers in Connecticut"

Fritz Horstman, education director at the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and curator of "In Thread and On Paper: Anni Albers in Connecticut" leads a walkthrough of the exhibition at the New Britain Museum of American Art on September 9, 2020.

Anni Albers Experiments

Education director Fritz Horstman and associate curator Karis Medina, both from the Albers Foundation, examine the theory and practice of Anni Albers. Following Albers's idea that a weaving is a whole built out of parts, Fritz and Karis interweave quotes by Anni Albers with lines from some of the authors she admired most. Images and audio clips further evoke the incredible body of textiles, works on paper, and written work that Anni Albers produced during the forty-four years that she lived in her adopted state of Connecticut. Created in association with the New Britain Museum of American Art for the exhibition In Thread and On Paper: Anni Albers in Connecticut (May 2020).

Anni Albers

Fritz Horstman, education director of the Albers Foundation, discusses Anni Albers's life and work. Presented in conjunction with exhibition programming for the Pliable Plane: Anni Albers at The Glass House, New Canaan, Connecticut, and In Thread and On Paper: Anni Albers in Connecticut at the New Britain Museum of American Art. (Recorded from talk given via Zoom on May 11, 2020).

Education Workshop #8: Leaf Creatures

Fritz Horstman, education director at the Albers Foundation, leads this hands-on tutorial using autumn leaves—a favorite material of Josef Albers.

Education Workshop #7: Weaving with a Card Loom 2

Education director Fritz Horstman demonstrates basic weaving techniques in this second video using a card loom.

Education Workshop #6: Weaving with a Card Loom

Education director Fritz Horstman demonstrates basic weaving techniques and how to create a simple loom out of cardboard.

Education Workshop #5: Old Masters

Education director Fritz Horstman leads this workshop on how to learn from the Old Masters, based on Josef Albers's Interaction of Color.

Education Workshop #4: Four Color Worlds

Education director Fritz Horstman leads this hands-on tutorial demonstrating "four color worlds," based on Josef Albers's Interaction of Color.

Education Workshop #3: Gradients

Education director Fritz Horstman leads this hands-on tutorial demonstrating gradients, based on Josef Albers's Interaction of Color.

Education Workshop #2: Afterimage

Education director Fritz Horstman demonstrates the effects of afterimage, based on Josef Albers's Interaction of Color.

Education Workshop #1: One Color Becomes Two

Education director Fritz Horstman leads this hands-on tutorial demonstrating how one color can appear as two, based on Josef Albers's Interaction of Color.