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Student Open House: The Time Is Now!

Part of Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia

Join us for an evening of countercultural, cross-generational happenings inspired by the exhibition Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia.

Greenroom Collaboration

Teens, the young at heart, and Greenroom Magazine present conversation and good vibes for your well-being.

Just Do You

Come to this event dressed to stunt. Wear an outfit that showcases your personality and style, get your picture taken by our event photographers, and live forever on the Internet.

Tools for Remediation

Using the 1960s and early 1970s as a lens, get together with artist collective Red76 to assemble books reflecting on social upheaval, political inequity, and creative engagement across your own experience, place, and time.

Screening/Discussion: Drop City, 7 pm

  • Post-screening discussion with the film’s director, the animator, and Drop City founder Gene Bernofsky
    Walker Cinema
    This documentary tells the story of the Colorado artists’ commune, formed in 1965, which became an icon for global counterculture as it worked to create a utopian society. Directed by Joan Grossman; animations by Michael Krueger. 2012, Blu-ray, 82 minutes.


Teen Programs sponsored by

Program support

Teens get free gallery admission every day, all year long, thanks to Wells Fargo.

The Walker Art Center’s Teen Programs are made possible by the Surdna Foundation and a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Target Free Thursday Nights sponsored by