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After Hours: CMYK vs. RGB

Walker members reveled together with the Minneapolis design community during our After Hours celebration for the Oct. 21 opening of Graphic Design: Now in Production. With so much to see and do, galleries were full the entire evening. One of our new members, Terese, scopes out some beautifully hand drawn death metal logos. A special […]

Walker members reveled together with the Minneapolis design community during our After Hours celebration for the Oct. 21 opening of Graphic Design: Now in Production. With so much to see and do, galleries were full the entire evening.

One of our new members, Terese, scopes out some beautifully hand drawn death metal logos.

A special feature during this exhibition is the ability to create your own poster.

Instead of using ink, this printer cuts circles!

Here’s some of our buttons from the button-making station where attendees had a chance to show some flare for their team.

Party-goers also had the chance to frolic and be seen in Party People Pictures taken in the freight elevator off of the Cargill Lounge.

This witty designer seems to have re-purposed her Pantone swatch book for the photo!

These friends picked Pantone swatches to match their C, M, and K outfits!

Taking it a step further, we had guests that found swatches to match their hair!

Thank you to all of our lovely members and friends for helping us celebrate the opening of this landmark exhibition by showing your CMYK or RGB pride!

Members Making Trouble!

Walker members have more fun taking advantage of A Think & A Drink: Member Events. Last Friday, after most of the museum shut down, we toured the exhibition Absentee Landlord, curated by John Waters. Almost 60 of our favorite members were in attendance to celebrate the arbiter of trash!

A Think & A Drink: Troublemaker

Walker members have more fun taking advantage of  A Think & A Drink: Member Events.  Last Friday, after most of the museum shut down, we toured the exhibition Absentee Landlord, curated by John Waters.  Almost 60 of our favorite members were in attendance to celebrate the arbiter of trash!

We started off the evening with a tour of the exhibition.  Below you’ll find one of our fabulous tour guides Tanya!  Tours become a little more conversational during A Think & A Drink.  Is it the think? Or, is it the drink?

Following the tour, members had a chance to debrief over cocktails and cheese.  John Waters definitely provided ample talking points.  Conversations ranged from art to terrible roommates and everywhere in between.  Shockingly enough I didn’t witness the use of any fake cockroaches or other gag items now found in the Walker Shop.  I like to put them in my bath tub.

Everyone was all smiles after the tour, here’s some of our regular attendees.

If you’d like to join us for the next A Think & A Drink member event please visit membership.walkerart.org for more information.