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Ahlers Pro Arte Foundation Website

The Ahlers Pro Arte Foundation, always a place for art and culture

Customer: Stiftung Ahlers Pro Arte gGmbH
Industry: Culture
Service: Website

Well-known Ahlers Collection is presented in a new way.

The aim of the Herford-based foundation is to build up and continuously develop its art collection, thus contributing to the diversity and quality of the well-known Ahlers Collection.

In order to promote the Ahlers Collection, which is well known in the art scene, more strongly and to be able to disseminate information more widely, the online offer of the Ahlers Pro Arte Foundation was completely renewed. For this purpose, the digital agency gradwerk was commissioned with the conception, design and programming of the new website.

On the new and mobile-compatible website, various information can be accessed. This includes current and future events, comprehensive reviews of previous art exhibitions as well as information on the Foundation's work and the Ahlers Collection itself.

With the help of online galleries, art lovers can get a comprehensive insight into exhibited works in advance. In accordance with applicable law, all copyright notices and artist details are reliably displayed.

The design is deliberately restrained and ensures clarity and orientation within the website with a clear structure and an easy-to-grasp grid.

To ensure that the website is always up to date, all content can be managed by the Foundation's staff using CMS 6. In particular, the databases for exhibitions and dates, which are seamlessly integrated into the CMS, provide a simple and, above all, convenient means of administration.

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Stiftung Ahlers Pro Arte gGmbH

The Ahlers Pro Arte Foundation was established in Herford in 1995 by the textile manufacturer Jan A. Ahlers († 2013) and his daughter Dr Stella A. Ahlers as a non-profit limited liability company. The foundation promotes the research and scientific documentation of the influence that German Expressionism had on the further development of 20th and 21st century art.

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