My holiday came and went, and now I'm back at school - this time doing my study exchange in Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany. The courses haven't started yet, so I don't have much to tell about the ways of the school. Still, it's quite neat to be hear, since Weimar is a very lovely little town with lots of history and great location. I've only been here less than two weeks and I already went to visit Prague. (It's not that far away from here.)
One of the best parts is its Bauhausiness. Compared to e.g. TAMK, this university always seems to have some sort of a core (The Bauhaus) where you can always be led back to. You can see and feel it around(, when you are not busy with Goethe, Schiller and Liszt).
I feel like gaining back my inspiration that has been slightly down during the summer. It seems to me that I don't need to do that many courses to get my 30 study credits I need this half a year. That's great, then I have more time to concentrate in things to do them properly. :)
A wall at Bauhaus-Universität. Btw, if anyone remembers the old TTVO logo from FInlayson, you might see some correspondence in Bauhaus... ;)