The Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies (The Bayer Center) is a new exhibition space and center for the study of art located on the Aspen Institute’s campus. Named after Herbert Bayer (1900–1985)—an influential modern artist and designer who worked at the Bauhaus before relocating to Aspen in 1946—the Bayer Center honors his interdisciplinary perspective by promoting an understanding of art and design through exhibitions and public programming.
"People are having meaningful and profound experiences in there - not running in and running out."
- Lisa Ballinger, Acting Director of the Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies
Resnick Center for Herbert Bayer Studies is free and open to the public.
Open Tuesday - Saturday I 12 - 5pm
610 Gillespie Ave I Aspen Institute Campus
The Bayer Center is located on the southeastern edge of the Aspen Meadows campus, at the intersection of Gillespie Avenue and North 5th Street, and is less than one mile from the heart of downtown Aspen, and steps away from the Benedict Music Tent and Harris Hall. We recommend taking the Downtowner or the free RFTA Crosstown Shuttle.
Free, designated parking is available on the south side of the Music Festival parking lot, adjacent to Gillespie Street.
For exhibit and tour information, please visit: thebayercenter.org