The GRASSI Museum of Applied Arts is a cultural institution that enables visitors of all ages to explore furnishings and everyday objects from different eras and cultures. The museum aims to cover a diverse range from antique handicrafts to contemporary design. Our museum is meant to be a space of exchange and culture for locals and visitors. We want to stimulate the senses and through this, encourage visitors to have yet unknown experiences and give them new incentives to engage with art, sharpen their own perspective, critically approach subject matters and perhaps even draw conclusions about society or themselves.
Our commitment to the transference of knowledge, education and social values extends to everyone – regardless of their ethnicity or orientation. We believe that our epoch-spanning and interdisciplinary collection can also build a bridge between people. Art should also always be a kind of pleasure: Our aesthetically very finely designed permanent exhibition aims to meet this need.
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Saxon Explanation of the Many
In the “Saxon Declaration of Many” (Sächsischen Erklärung der Vielen), Saxon cultural and scientific institutions make a commitment to social diversity, cosmopolitanism and lived democracy. Our house is one of the 92 first signatories.
The initiative for a cosmopolitan Leipzig, a democratic Leipzig, a peaceful Germany, and a united Europe is supported by our director as well as many employees. Further information