FREE THURSDAY

Free Thursdays
A WEEKLY SAMPLER OF FREE TOURS, FILMS, TALKS, AND MORE
THURSDAYS,
JULY 6, 13, 20, AND 27, 2000

FREE

DROP BY ANY THURSDAY IN JULY TO EXPLORE THE HOME SHOW IN A VARIETY OF WAYS AND SEE THE FILM WORK OF CRAIG BALDWIN AND DORIS DÖRRIE.


JULY 6
PUBLIC REVIEWS OF STUDENT PROJECTS, HOUS-[E, ES, ING] ARCHITECTURE STUDIO, 1-5 PM
Hear students' presentations of their work-in-progress and participate in the formal review of these projects with invited respondents and architecture students and faculty from the University of Minnesota.
ELIZABETH A. T. SMITH ON THE UN-PRIVATE HOUSE, 6:30 PM
Smith is chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, where she co-curated the exhibition Age of Influence: Reflections in the Mirror of American Culture. Previously she was curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, where she organized many exhibitions, including At the End of the Century: One Hundred Years of Architecture. She is editor of Blueprints for Modern Living: History and Legacy of the Case Study Houses.
CRAIG BALDWIN'S SONIC OUTLAWS, 7 PM
INTRODUCED BY DIRECTOR CRAIG BALDWIN
A pivotal examination of "culture jamming," this documentary explores the boundaries of free speech in the art of appropriation. 1995, U.S., 87 minutes.

JULY 13
KARAL ANN MARLING ON THE WORK OF MARK BENNETT, 6:30 PM
Marling, professor of art history and American studies at the University of Minnesota, is the author of numerous books, including Graceland: Going Home with Elvis, George Washington Slept Here, and As Seen on TV. Marling also curated the exhibition The Architecture of Reassurance: Designing Disney's Theme Parks, which originated at the Canadian Centre for Architecture and traveled to the Walker in fall 1997.
DORIS DÖRRIE AND WERNER PENZEL'S ONE LAST GLIMPSE, 7:30 PM
Dörrie's revealing film was made following her husband's sudden death (see pages 4-5). 1997, Germany, in German and Spanish with English subtitles, 59 minutes.

JULY 20
BRUCE WRIGHT ON THE IDEA HOUSE, 6:30 PM
Wright is the editor of Fabric Architecture, a publication of the Industrial Fabrics Association International. He formerly served as managing editor of Public Art Review and Architecture Minnesota. Wright received his M.A. degree in Design, Housing, and Apparel from the University of Minnesota in 1996. As part of his studies, he researched and wrote the first history of the Idea House project. He has produced a video on architect Ralph Rapson, is co-author of the book Ralph Rapson: Sixty Years of Modern Design, and has been published in numerous journals.
DORIS DÖRRIE'S PARADISE, 7:30 PM
As her marriage seems to be fading, a woman decides her husband must experience a few sins of the flesh to reboot his desire for her (see pages 4-5). 1986, Germany, in German with English subtitles, 100 minutes.

JULY 27
PUBLIC REVIEWS OF STUDENT PROJECTS, HOUS-[E, ES, ING] ARCHITECTURE STUDIO, 1-5 PM
Hear students' presentations of their work-in-progress and participate in the formal review of these projects with invited respondents and architecture students and faculty from the University of Minnesota.
DORIS DÖRRIE'S MEN, 7 PM
Dorrie's biggest commercial success, this wicked comedy takes gleeful aim at male/ female relationships (see pages 4-5). 1985, Germany, in German with English subtitles, 99 minutes.