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Goldstein Museum of Design
College of Design

Events

A Right to Establish a Home Opening Reception

Friday, August 22, 6-8pm
HGA Gallery, Rapson Hall

Featuring a performance by the Dove Choir of
Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

Light refreshments

   

 

 

   

Legendary Lake Design: 5th Annual Goldstein Museum of Design Benefit at Meadow Knoll on Lake Minnetonka

Saturday, September 13, 6-9pm
5-6pm VIP exclusive access

Meadow Knoll, Lake Minnetonka
555 Bushaway Rd.
Wayzata, MN 55391

This year, GMD’s Advisory Board invites you to celebrate the end of summer on the shores of Lake Minnetonka. Meadow Knoll, the 1926 Piper/Hawley/Wright house, was designed by Minneapolis architect Andrew Schuehle with interiors by legendary designer Robert Lennox. This sprawling shingle-clad house represents an era of elaborate Minnesota summer lake residences.

Gaze at the sunset, nibble amazing hors d'oeuvres and dance to the music at this truly special location. There will be wonderful silent auction packages of fun experiences and much more!

GMD’s Design Benefit raises funds for the Collection Photography Project.

Live music by sHorn hortZ
Food by Epicurean Garden Catering
Cash bar

Tickets:
$75 GMD members
$100 non-members
$150 VIPs

email lutzx106@umn.edu or call 612.624.7434 to purchase tickets

Honorary Chair: Delores Brooks

Sponsors:

Kevin S. Ringdahl and David Mohr of

Linda Hersom (SHO Inc.)
Kathleen and Paul Campbell

In-kind Support: Floral Logic, Graphiculture, Maximum Graphics

 

 

 

   

Alexey Brodovitch:  Art Director Opening Party

Date TBD
Gallery 241, McNeal Hall

   

 

 

   

Alexey Brodovitch and Early Modernism in American Design

Thursday, November 13, 6:30pm
33 McNeal Hall
reception following

R. Roger Remington, Massimo and Lella Vignelli Distinguished Professor of Design, Rochester Institute of Technology

Discussion facilitator:  Karen Kaler

Since 1982, Roger Remington has been engaged in the research, interpretation and preservation of the history of graphic design. At RIT, he developed the Graphic Design Archive, preserving and interpreting the original source materials of 27 American Modernist design pioneers. He holds the first endowed professorship at RIT’s School of Design.

Karen Kaler, wife of UMN President Eric Kaler, is a graphic designer and has worked as an art director.