image from the Europeana blog: Weaving Jerusalem, the Paley Center, 1991, © Susan Hazan.
Read on Europeana an interview with Susan Hazan, Chair of the Europeana Network Association, about the New European Bauhaus initiative.
The European Commission’s New European Bauhaus initiative wants to put sustainability, inclusivity and beauty at the heart of Europe’s future. Like its namesake, the New European Bauhaus seeks to find new solutions for a new era, to shape future ways of living that answer the wider challenges we face today: the New European Bauhaus calls for new and diverse perspectives to shape the concrete actions that will improve everyday life, and asks for design, art and culture to work alongside modern science and technology.
Susan Hazan, Chair of the Europeana Network Association, explores the continued relevance of crafts and the importance of cultural heritage networks to the initiative in a nice interview recently appeared on Europeana Pro.
- Read the interview: https://pro.europeana.eu/post/new-european-bauhaus-an-interview-with-susan-hazan
- More about the New European Bauhaus: https://pro.europeana.eu/page/new-european-bauhaus