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Exhibitions from 2007

 

Here by Design III: Process and Prototype

 
October 20, 2007-January 20, 2008; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

 

HBDIII was the third in a series of exhibitions focusing on the creativity of local designers. The exhibition presented digital fabrication techniques and rapid prototyping by leading Minnesota architects, product designers, and researchers. This exhibition investigated the themes that are emerging in contemporary design around the use of digital fabrication and investigated how digital fabrication is affecting how designers design.

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Products of Our Time

 
July 21-September 30, 2007; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

 

Products of Our Time brought together the work of an international array of designers and artists who were commenting on the current environmental, economic, cultural, and political zeitgeist using a common medium—products. Guest Curator: Daniel Jasper, Assistant Professor of Graphic Design.

 

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Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset

 
April 21-July 1, 2007; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

Twenty-five percent of all American households face severe housing problems. Affordable Housing: Designing an American Asset explored well-designed housing opportunities for the least wealthy Americans.

 

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Leading from Policy to Practice: Affordable Housing in Minnesota

 
April 21-July 1, 2007; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

Leading from Policy to Practice: Affordable Housing in Minnesota will present an overview of affordable housing in Minnesota. Organized by guest curator Marilyn Bruin, Associate Professor of Housing Studies, the exhibition discussed several state-wide case studies of affordable housing projects.

 

 

 

Design Redux: Eames as Paper

 
January 27-March 31, 2007; Goldstein Museum Gallery
 

Based on the influential design and philosophy of Charles (1907-78) and Ray (1912-88) Eames, this exhibition explored the continuing legacy of these design champions through the development of a new line of premium papers designed by the Minneapolis-based Design Guys for Neenah Paper in partnership with the Eames Office. Guest curated by Patrick Grace, the exhibition and related programs included the story of Design Guys' quest to translate the Eames philosophy into new forms for modern uses.

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