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Events Celebrating the Life and Work of Modern Architect Elizabeth Close

Photos courtesy Goldstein Museum of DesignEarlier this month, the Goldstein Museum of Design opened a new exhibition in Rapson Hall at the University of...

Sales + Events: Feb. 12-17 features Textile Center’s Vintage Camp 2019...

As they celebrate 25 years, Textile Center is hosting Vintage Camp 2019—a jam-packed day of classes, trend talks, a raffle, silent auction, and all things...

Creations in Clay: Two Ceramics Exhibitions Celebrate Creative Innovation

Images of Ruth Crane pottery courtesy of Goldstein Museum of DesignThis month, two ceramics exhibitions open in the Twin Cities that, with tremendous depth...

Goldstein Museum of Design Debuts Three New Exhibitions

Now on view in the Goldstein Museum of Design’s (GMD) galleries are three exhibitions that explore several of the most relevant concerns in American...
Lin Nelson-Mayson of the Goldstein Museum of Design.

The Goldstein Museum of Design: Small, But Mighty

When sisters Harriet and Vetta Goldstein arrived at the University of Minnesota in 1912 and 1914, respectively, they brought with them a new educational...

Goldstein Exhibit Features Floral Design Inspiration

Goldstein Museum of Design opens a new exhibit, “The Demonstration Garden: Designing Flowers,” Saturday, June 9, showcasing an array of floral designs in textiles, objects, and garments.
Goldstein Museum of Design Celebrates Ikat

Goldstein Museum of Design Celebrates Ikat

A favorite of designers, ikat appears on the trend radar every now and then. On Friday, January 27, from 6-8 p.m., the Goldstein Museum of Design will celebrate ikat—the process and the product—in a new exhibition on view through May 14.
“Rhythmics” screen print by H. Reiss

Discover “Design Is…” During the Goldstein Museum of Design’s Annual Benefit...

The exhibition opens in September, but during GMD’s 7th Annual Benefit on Thursday, June 30, “Design Is…”, attendees will get a sneak peek at “Seeing 40/40.”