The Target Studio for Creative Collaboration at WAM is a unique museum space dedicated to collaborations between artists and scholars. It is a workplace, a convening space, a laboratory, a gallery, and a classroom. It hosts workshops, discussions, exhibitions, performances, and symposia. It is dynamic, evolving, and unpredictable, as all true collaborations are. The program of the Target Studio does not stop at the museum walls. Its relationships spread across departments at the University of Minnesota and throughout the Twin…
These performances and activations will open the Target Studio Collaboration Culmination and Performance, which also features a Conversation on Performance and Public Art and Variations of Sounds Traveling Between a Barrel and a Heart.
Performances, installations and activations by the artist-fellows of the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration: Aniccha Arts and Pramila Vasudevan, Terry Hempfling and Rachel Jendrzejewski, Nooshin Hakim and Pedram Baldari, Marcus Young and his students at the Art for Social Change program at HECUA, Anna Marie Shogren, Peng Wu, Yuko Taniguchi, Alison Hiltner, Daniel McCarthy Clifford, and Monica Sheets.
Meet Boris Oicherman, WAM’s Cindy and Jay Ihlenfeld Curator for Creative Collaboration, for an informal conversation about the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration program.
Free and open to the public.