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To achieve the objective of art education, (i.e. the training of art educationalists) workshops, technical equipment, and curriculum all play an important role. It is impossible to ascertain the objectives of art education if the instructor has insufficient knowledge. The reason why the Bauhaus school of design became globally recognized was due to its superior instructors. Among the instructors of the school, there were Johannes Itten, Josef Albers, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Lyonel Feininger, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Oscar Schlemmer. They applied their revolutionary methods to the Bauhaus school. Due to these methods the Bauhaus model of teaching has been copied by other art schools; even after the Bauhaus school closed. In this study, the impact of the Bauhaus school and its instructor is examined. The individual contributions of its instructors to art education, as well as how they exemplify the model art educator are also explored in detail.
Keywords: art, design, Bauhaus, knowledge, instructor.
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