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Exhibitions from 2005

Mind Over Matter, Body Under Design: Bodyworks by KeySook Geum

 
October 9, 2005 - January 8, 2006; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

This exhibition featured the conceptual fashion of Dr. KeySook Geum, an internationally known Korean designer, teacher, and scholar. Geum's elegant works usually take the form of clothing - dresses, jackets, and coats. Often made from strands of wire and silk, these transparent web-like sculptures are enlivened with the addition of beads, sequins, feathers, coral, and amber.

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Maya Textiles from the Guatemalan Highlands

 
June 5-September 17, 2005; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

Guatemala is one of the few places on earth where traditional textile arts from ancient cultures survive. This exhibition highlighted the culture of the Mayan people who continue to wear their traditional dress, or traje, with pride.  Richard Nelson, a Twin Cities photographer and collector, built this large and impressive collection.

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Inside Out! Senior Exhibition

April 17- May 11, 2005

 

 

Inside Out! was the 2005 Senior Show by graduating students in the Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel at the University of Minnesota. The show was designed and put together entirely bygraduating seniors. Creative works on display, including class projects and free-lance design projects, span the dynamic interdisciplinary design produced in the department – graphic design, clothing
design, interior design, and housing – using methods and materials that range from the handmade to the newest tools and technologies.

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Hip Art that's Square  
January 30- April 3, 2005  

Hip Art That’s Square featured more than 300 LP record covers from the exhaustive archive of Minneapolis collector, Richard Shelton. Numbering more than 18,000 covers, Shelton’s collection includes such must-haves as Jack Kerouac’s “Poetry for the Beat Generation."

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