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‘Follow This Line’ leads visitors into architectural art

Siah Armajani: Follow The Line is at the Walker Art Center Sep. 9 through Dec. 30.

Izzy Kanne

November 4, 2018

The Walker Art Center’s newest exhibit, “Follow This Line” by Siah Armajani, incorporates his work as an architect into the field of exhibition artwork. The pieces grow in size and detail as you go up each level of the building, and the ideas deepen along with them. Armajani is known best for his ...

Exhibit manufactures new from old

Emma Yarger

May 8, 2018

Even for long-time modern art lovers this small exhibit, “The Way Things Go” could be easily overlooked and underestimated. “The Way Things Go” is featured at the Walker Art Center and consists of one large room with sculptures, wall-hanging art pieces and two side rooms with videos. The main ro...

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden to reopen early June

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is set to reopen on June 3.

D’aviyan Robinson

May 23, 2017

After hearing about the changes made to the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, junior Veda Cole said she anticipates visiting for the first time since it closed for renovations in 2015. “I’m excited about seeing what they changed, how they’re going to rearrange it, how many of the old (sculptures) th...

Walker art center to host annual Teen Takeover night

The Walker Art Center will be hosting their 10th annual Teen Takeover night, allowing high school students to express themselves through different art mediums.

Grace Farley

April 18, 2017

Art Teacher Martha Ortman said art is a huge aspect in teaching people how to think and to utilize information they are given. “You can have all the knowledge in the world but if you’re not creative you don’t know what to do with it,” Ortman Said The Walker Art Center plans to host Teen...

Experimental art displayed at the Walker

Experimental art displayed at the Walker

Jamie Halper

October 26, 2015

A collection of paintings in the Walker’s newest exhibit, “Jack Whitten: Five Decades of Painting”, range from collages of orange juice bottle molds to works created with a tool similar to a giant squeegee. Misa Jeffereis, curatorial assistant and public programs associate at The Walker, said...

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