Public art has the power to energize communities. Explore pubic art on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus through a virtual tour. The pieces presented on the Weisman's public art website PA25.org have been accomplished within a social process that involved the campus community in the selection of the artists and periodic review of each artist’s work as it unfolded.
Join us on Wednesday, May 19 at 7:00 p.m. (CDT) for a talk, conducted via Zoom, by Dr. Allissa V. Richardson, journalism scholar and author of Bearing Witness While Black: African Americans, Smartphones and the New Protest #Journalism (Oxford University Press, 2020).
The national search for WAM's new director is relaunched. A search committee has been convened by the Executive Vice President and Provost, continuing a process that was paused in 2020 in the early months of the pandemic. A position profile has been posted for this search.
During the spring 2021 semester, WAM Director of Public Programs and Student Engagement, Katie Covey Spanier, collaborated with Lindsey Strange, UMN College of Design Professor of Apparel Design, on a unique curriculum integration project that resulted in a pop-up exhibit titled "Fashioning The Future: Using Unconventional Materials to address Society’s Wicked Problems."