The Minneapolis Institute of Arts’ new exhibition on Finnish design presents some of the latest ideas from a culture that has a growing appreciation for home furnishings that are both local and sustainable. Read more →
This year’s Videotect contest asks creative types to depict their vision of what will someday be.
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.
A University of Minnesota student will spend her summer working with NASA on new high tech suits for astronauts.
Three guys combine their love of beer with their marketing and graphic design skills.
Last night marked the second annual awards ceremony for Videotect, a video competition that was created to get people thinking about urban design issues.
Costume designer Matthew LeFebvre gives a backstage tour of how he creates period costumes for A Christmas Carol and other productions.
You have until February 10 to vote for your favorite short film promoting smart design and transportation.
This week I’m filling in as host of Midday, and every day at 11am we’re taking on a different arts-related topic. I’ll also be joined by a different co-host for each hour.
For some, parking lots are an eyesore. For others, they are an untapped resource for building community.