University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
School of Architecture College of Design





Gallery 241

McNeal Hall, St. Paul Campus


HGA Gallery

Rapson Hall, Minneapolis Campus

Demonstration Garden Designing Flowers Exhibition

Ruth Crane

A collector's Journey

Exhibition Dates | January 26-May 19, 2019

Ruth Crane is an enthusiastic collector who loves ceramics! Trace the development of her collecting journey from early purchases of functional tableware and initial forays into collecting production pottery, to becoming an avid patron of contemporary ceramic art and artists. This exhibition is part of the Twin Cities' celebration of ceramics in conjunction with Claytopia, the 2019 conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA).
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Architecting Anthropoveillance Exhibition

Architecting Anthropoveillance


Exhibition Dates | February 9 - April 28, 2019

Guest curator Vahan Misakyan, Cass Gilbert Fellow.

Human life in data-conditioned macro interiors is a life of an entangled subject with the cloudy and ruptured agency, it's a life of an operative link in the megastructure-by-chance, repurposing humans, places, and nature into the larger project of the big data economy. With this presupposition, Architecting Anthropoveillance tells an architectural story about the human condition in the time of big data surveillance and proposes new architectonic concepts that seek to undo the reduction of the world of human being and becoming to its computable properties.



2019 Apparel Design Senior

Fashion Show: e.motion


Exhibition Dates | February 2 - April 28, 2019

This year’s senior apparel design class began developing their original collections in the spring of 2017 and worked with industry mentors to focus their research, inspiration, and audience. In the fall, they designed and produced the collection while planning and promoting e.motion, the 51st annual runway show. Attempting to represent both their internal and external movements, e.motion embodies what the senior apparel design students have come to understand in the past 4 years. As emotionally driven designers, they have worked to create 12 separate lines rooted in their respective experiences and moods. While navigating the creative process, they have been required to continually shift their thoughts and bodies in order to develop their skills, deepen their points of view, and identify themselves as individual designers. The students encourage you to explore your own emotions in relation to the clothes you wear.

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All GMD programming is made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support Grant, thanks to legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.


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