Rapson Exhibition Debuts at Goldstein Museum of Design

Image Courtesy of the Goldstein Museum of Design

****UPDATE: The opening of this exhibit has been pushed back to Thursday, November 11 from 7-9pm****

Minnesota architect, Ralph Rapson, is known for his collection of unique architecture.  His designs include Riverside Plaza, the former Guthrie theater and the Rarig Center for the Performing Arts.  In addition to constructing some Modern buildings in Minnesota, Rapson was a talented sketch artist.  He took his sketchbook everywhere with him, including his world travels.  Rapson’s drawings possess a beautiful use of shadows, strong lines and placement of landscapes and characters.

This Friday, October 29th, join the Goldstein Museum of Design from 6-8pm as they kick off their new exhibit, The Importance of Drawing: Ralph Rapson’s Legacy.  The exhibit will feature original drawings from Rapson, along with work by his colleagues and students.  The exhibit is in HGA Gallery in Rapson Hall and runs from October 29th-January 9.  You may find more details here.

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