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Tuttle closed in 2008 and went on the market in December 2022.

Campus Contrived: Tuttle School

by Joshua Badroos
Published March 27, 2023
In Campus Contrived, writers uncover the stories behind underappreciated works of art and architecture on and near the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus.
The featured artists draw on scenes from nature and bright colors in their work.

New interactive art exhibit open at Coffman Art Gallery

by Kate Prom
Published February 17, 2023
The exhibit invites students to explore connections with nature and gain inspiration to create their own art.
Ralph Rapson Hall is home to the University of Minnesota’s School of Architecture.

Campus Contrived: Rapson Hall

by Ethan Lambert
Published February 15, 2023
In Campus Contrived, writers uncover the stories behind underappreciated works of art and architecture on the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus.
Sam Robertson speaks at the round table discussion on Jan. 27.

UMN alum’s illustrated Old Testament displays witty artistic vision

by Cole Bursch
Published February 8, 2023
Sam Robertson uses American scenes to tell ancient stories in his 260 paintings.
The virtual museum is set to launch Jan. 15, 2023.  Photo courtesy of Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.

Multimedia virtual museum on South Asian migrant identity to open in January

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published December 15, 2022
The digital space arose from a collaboration among researchers, scholars and the University of Minnesota Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies.
Mias exhibition “Botticelli and Renaissance Florence: Masterworks from the Uffizi” is open until Jan. 8.

Mia exhibit brings renaissance artists to Minneapolis

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published October 25, 2022
The unprecedented collaboration between the Minneapolis Institute of Art and the Uffizi Galleries displays an impressive collection of Renaissance art.
Piotr Szyhalskis exhibition “We Are Working All The Time!” is now open at the Weisman Art Museum until Dec. 31.

WAM’s latest exhibit: “We Are Working All the Time!”

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published October 4, 2022
The major survey exhibition highlights years’ worth of work by multimedia artist Piotr Szyhalski.
The Mobile Metal Lab at Hansons World UFO Day party on July 2nd. Hanson tries to make art more accessible for the community through the metal lab.

Metal foundry on wheels casts art into local communities

by Maya Marchel Hoff
Published August 5, 2022
University of Minnesota alum Sara Hanson’s W.O.W. Mobile Metal Lab makes art and metal pouring more accessible to local communities.
The Plastic Rapt: A History of Designing Forever exhibit located in the Goldstein Gallery, captured on Tuesday, July 26. This exhibit explores the origins, uses and impacts—both environmental and social—of this versatile and permanent material.

Design museum exhibit examines our relationship with plastic

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 5, 2022
The Goldstein Museum of Design’s new exhibit, which is on display until Sept. 25, highlights the omnipresence of plastic in modern life and analyzes its duality as a useful yet damaging material.
The Reflections on Reality: Drawings and Paintings from the Weisberg Collection exhibit is currently on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The exhibit runs from May 14, 2022 to December 10, 2023 and is free to the public.

UMN professor discusses personal collection at MIA

by Sophia Zimmerman
Published August 2, 2022
“Look and you will find”: a simple motto for aspiring art collectors, as explained by Gabriel Weisberg.

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