Future Perfect: The Walker’s One-Campus Vision
Sculptures are starting to be moved. Construction fencing is going up. And big changes are afoot. As we begin renovation of the Walker Art Center/Minneapolis Sculpture Garden campus, here’s a look at key features of the 19-acre project—from a new entry pavilion for the Walker to reconstruction of the 26-year-old Garden, the greening of Hennepin Avenue to the addition of hundreds of new trees.
A Timeline of Design History
For nearly fifty years, Design Quarterly chronicled the changing terrains of architecture, urban planning, and design. Here’s a selection of our favorite issues, featuring the likes of Muriel Cooper, Martin Filler, and Armin Hofmann.
The Dark Arts: What to See at Northern Spark 2012
By anyone’s measure, the inaugural Northern Spark festival last June was a wild success. From dusk to dawn, people discovered the Twin Cities in a new light while making the rounds to some 100 projects by more than 200 artists. This year’s all-nighter, on June 9, features more projects, concentrated in downtown Minneapolis for easier navigation. Here are a few happenings that piqued our interest.