What can artists and architects learn from each other? How are the two disciplines integrated? How do we find each other when there are public art opportunities? Participants can learn the answers to these questions and more at
Art Talk: Artists and Architects
, Monday, October 17, 7 pm, at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Art Talk is an ongoing series of programs presented by the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD), the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, mnartists.org, the Walker Art Center, and the Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum. Join in for a panel discussion about working issues among artists, architects, and landscape architects. Participants are Kinji Akagawa, public artist and professor of fine art at MCAD; Regina Flanagan, artist, landscape architect, and former director of the Minnesota Percent for Art in Public Places; Rebecca Krinke, sculptor and Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Minnesota; Garth Rockcastle, founding principal architect with MSR, Ltd. and
Dean of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at the University of Maryland, College Park. The panel is moderated by Karen Wirth, artist and Chair of Fine Arts at MCAD. Admission is free.
Media support provided by The Rake magazine. mnartists.org is a project of the McKnight Foundation and the Walker Art Center.