Join exhibition curator Andrew Blauvelt for an overview of the exhibition’s themes and ideas. He will be joined by professors Greg Castillo (UC Berkeley), moderator Ross Elfline (Carleton College), Simon Sadler (UC Davis), and Felicity Scott (Columbia University)—noted scholars on the countercultural production of the period and contributors to the exhibition catalogue—for presentations, a panel discussion, and an audience Q&A.
Andrew Blauvelt is director of Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He is the curator of Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia, which he organized for the Walker Art Center as senior curator of design, research, and publishing. As curator of architecture and design at the Walker since 2000, he has organized several major traveling exhibitions, including Strangely Familiar: Design and Everyday Life (2003); Some Assembly Required: Contemporary Prefabricated Houses (2005), with the Carnegie Museum of Art, Worlds Away: New Suburban Landscapes (2008); and with the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Graphic Design: Now in Production (2011).