Goldstein Museum creates new award for emerging designers

The Goldstein Museum of Design is looking to highlight and support the work of budding talent.

The museum has created the Margot Siegel Design Award, which will go to a designer who shows innovation in his or her field, but has yet to be widely recognized.

The winner will be flown to the Twin Cities, given an award of $2,000 and asked to speak at the University of Minnesota’s College of Design.

The award is named after a long time supporter of the museum who established the fund for the prize.

Submission should be sent to the Goldstein Museum of Design office no later than December 30, 2012.

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