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The company has offered a wide range of entertaining cultural activities ever since its early days. Bayer is now unique around the world in this respect.
© “Brodsky/Baryshnikov”, The New Riga Theatre, Photo: Janis DeinatsWith its program for the 2016/17 season, Bayer Arts & Culture is dedicated to offering a broad range of intellectually stimulating cultural events.
For over 100 years, culture at Bayer has stood for good entertainment and intellectual enrichment. At the beginning of the 20th century, a company orchestra (1901) and cultural affairs department (1907) were established. Cultural affairs and the highly varied program of Bayer Arts & Culture are a key part of Bayer's corporate social responsibility. Cultural experiences also promote in particular qualities that are important to everyday life at our company: creativity, an interest in new things and openness toward unfamiliar situations. Our internationally aligned cultural activities also reflect the way we relate to one another in a global enterprise. After all, cultural diversity is part of our mission statement and a vital element of our corporate culture.
Bayer regularly offers a highly varied program to people who are interested in cultural activities. You can find the program for 2016/2017 on the Bayer Culture website.