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The Walker Channel provides live and archived video of the Walker’s public programming, including lectures, dialogues, and performances involving artists, scholars, and critics of contemporary art and culture.

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The Six Sides of Merce Cunningham

Choreographer Merce Cunningham took chances. Over a seven decade career, his explorations reshaped dance into a new kind of art form, deeply influencing visual art, film, and music along the way. Through experimental collaborations with John Cage, Robert Rauschenberg, Marcel Duchamp, and others, he became… More

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Merce Cunningham: Common Time

Renowned as both choreographer and dancer, Merce Cunningham (American, 1919–2009) revolutionized dance through his partnerships with leading artists who created costumes, lighting, films, music, and décor and whose independent creative instincts he held in the highest regard. Common Time offers a journey… More


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Zigzagging Between Public and Private: Tom Burr on Philip Johnson, Sexuality and Architecture

Tom Burr’s sculpture Zog (a series of setbacks), on view in the exhibition Question the Wall Itself, takes its name and inspiration from a feature of Minneapolis’s… More

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A New Sculpture Garden

Save the date for Saturday June 3, 2017 for the opening of the renovated Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and the newly expanded Walker Art Center campus. Join us and see over 18 new artworks, a reimagined 19-acre campus, and a landmark that will be enjoyed for… More

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Question the Wall Itself

Question the Wall Itself examines ways that interior spaces and décor can be fundamental to the understanding of cultural identity. The multimedia exhibition showcases work by 23 international, multigenerational artists who explore the political and social… More