image courtesy of Wing Young Huie
In the September/October ’10 issue of Architecture Minnesota, Wynne recaps Wing Young Huie’s urban art installation, The University Avenue Project (TUAP): The Language of Urbanism, a Six-Mile Photographic Inquiry. The short article, “Mixed Emotions”, offers thoughts on the experience of viewing the project and attending TUAP’s free cabarets; the cultural significance of the photographs having already been widely documented. (article).
In October, Locus invited Huie to the studio to speak alongside Dr. Anna Tahinci for 2X2 No. 3. The two shared their thoughts about public art, both local and international. If not familiar with it, take a look at the work of JR.
2010 seemed to be a year with more open public gatherings, from TUAP’s monthly cabarets to make-your-own pizza evenings to neighborhood BYOB Thursday nights. Let’s see more of these community social events in 2011. If you know of one, post it here and we’ll be there.
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#7 RAMinn Tour – Wahpeton to St. Croix
#8 2X2 No. 2 on Local Food
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#11 Melody Gilbert at Movie Night
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