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Dedicated to deepening and enhancing the experience of the arts for people of all ages, the Walker offers an array of engaging education programs, community-building efforts, and interpretive projects. More

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Pop Remix

Stunning views combine with International Pop–inspired fun to set the scene for the most happening patio nights in town. Explore the roving spirit of the Pop movement with live music and DJ beats, art-making, films, and much more. Each night has a unique flavor best paired with a cocktail from the Terrace bar. Art-Making: Labor Camp, 6–8 pm Join… More

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Tour the 2015 Edition of Walker on the Green

Walker on the Green: Artist-Designed Mini Golf is back for another summer. This year’s course, open now through September 7, features 14 favorite designs from the past—including Be A Sculpture, Move Your Hole!, and The Uncertainty Principle—along with four new holes inspired by International Pop, the… More


Paul Schmelzer

Further Speculation on Digital Arts Media’s Future(s)

Brian Droitcour, Willa Köerner, Antwaun Sargent, and others weigh in on digital art publishing’s possible futures.  More

Jeff Chang

The Ruins of the Culture Wars

“How has the national culture changed over the past half-century that we could elect a black president? Just as important,” writes Jeff Chang in his new book Who We Be: The Colorization of America, “how has it not changed?” Chronicling… More

Olga Viso

Question Everything

What does it mean to present the art of our time? Why do we need a safe place for unsafe ideas? How can art show us who we are—and aren’t? The Walker’s founding as a public art center in 1940 was sparked by a question, and during the 75 years since it’s been… More


Sarah Schultz

“Oh, Ask This!”

A conversation with Piotr Szyhalski and Richard Shelton, the creators of Dolphin Oracle II, Sarah Schultz, director of education and community programs, and Andrew Blauvelt, design director and curator, winter 2005.


Sarah Schultz: Perhaps we should start with Dolphin… More

Nicole J. Caruth

A Seat at the Table

The metaphor of the table evokes images of folks coming together to break bread or discuss personal and political issues. For Seitu Jones and Theaster Gates, the table is more than a metaphor; it’s a medium. In the Twin Cities, their tables are provoking dialogue… More

Paul Schmelzer

Rethinking Collections Publishing for the Digital Age

For many in the museum world, the term scholarly collections catalogue can conjure daunting impressions: a book about a museum’s holdings, it involves years of collecting, researching, photographing… More