Cabaret was a form of live entertainment, popular in German society in the 1920s. Often depicted in art and film, Weimar cabaret became known for its colour, freedom and decadence. Cabaret performances often contained political ideas or undertones.
Series of lectures:
Art Deco – Tues. Feb. 22
Art Deco – Tues. Mar. 1
Berlin Cabaret – Tues. Mar. 8
NEW: EXTRA LECTURE Art in Berlin – Tues Mar 15- German Expressionism – Otto Dix and late artists from that period