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Winter of Love

Part of Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia

Turn on all night and celebrate the last weeks of the exhibition Hippie Modernism with the ones you love! Join us for a free program on Valentine’s weekend with live acts, DJs, group meditation, light shows, film screenings, and more. With a nod to 1967’s Summer of Love, get wavy with good vibes and cosmic experiences well into the night.

Winter of Love Bar, 7 pm–1 am

Hennepin Lounge
The Walker’s corridors are transformed into a light show–inspired bar, featuring cocktails made with Prairie Organic Spirits vodka.

Rock On

  • 6 pm: DJ Omaur Bliss
  • 11 pm: The Love Below with DJ Keezy
    Spin out to some psychedelic winter tunes offered up by DJs in partnership with Greenroom Magazine.

Planetarium Projection, 8 pm–2 am

Cargill Lounge
Take a cosmic journey through the known universe, accompanied by beanbags and ambient tunes. Copresented with the Bell Museum of Natural History.

Trippy Films in the Walker Cinema

Revisit the 1960s and ’70s in film.

Ecosexual Presentation, 7 pm

Walker Cinema
Assume the position with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens as they share the history of their 15 years of collaboration as part of the ecosexual revolution.

Ecosexual Walking Tour, 9:30 and 11:30 pm

Free, but ticket required. Free tickets available at the Hennepin Box Office one hour prior to each tour.

Make love with the Earth on a walking tour with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens through the galleries. The duo is committed to making environmentalism more sexy, fun, and diverse—with special collaborators Heidi Arneson, Xandra Coe, Judy Meath, and Patrick Scully. Meet in the Cargill lounge.

Group Meditation, 5 and 7 pm

Star Tribune Foundation Art Lab
Channel a shared intention. These group meditations elevate individuals through the force of focused communal reflection.

tiny deaths + Joshua Light Show, 8 pm

Garden Terrace Room
Chill out to the sounds of the local it-band tiny deaths backed by the engrossing visuals of 1960s psychedelic light-art pioneer Joshua White performed by Brock Monroe.

Members Get More

Member love is in the air. Drop by the front desk on Saturday or Sunday for a limited-edition member gift, and pick up a free drink voucher valid during Saturday evening’s party.

In the Galleries: Escape to the Far-Out World of Hippie Modernism, 2 pm–2 am

  • Get Groovy in a Grove
    Tune in to the Harrison’s epic eco-artwork Portable Orchard: Survival Piece Number 5—a citrus grove grown under artificial conditions in the gallery.

  • Freak Out in the Knowledge Box
    Blow your mind as you enter an immersive chamber flashing hundreds of images drawn from popular magazines of the 1950s and 1960s. The Knowledge Box landed artist Ken Isaacs on the cover of Life magazine.

  • Spin The Ultimate Painting Turn on to this rotating, collaborative artwork containing a dazzling array of polychromatic shapes illuminated by strobe lights. What you see varies according to the frequencies of the lighting and spinning action.

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Funding

Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia is organized by the Walker Art Center, and assembled with the assistance of the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. The exhibition is made possible by generous support from the Martin and Brown Foundation, the Prospect Creek Foundation, Annette and John Whaley, and Audrey and Zygi Wilf. Support for the exhibition catalogue is provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of Walker Art Center publications. Media partner Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.

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