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.