We had a thrilling weeked in Minneapolis with Tracy Metz and her husband Baptist Brayé. We toured architectural and cultural highlights and had engaging conversation with some UMN Landscape Architecture faculty.
At the Guthrie Theater, Mill City Museum and Minneapolis Library
Meeting with Vince deBritto and Jamuna Golden, instructors from the UMN Department of Landscape Architecture:
On Monday we sat in on second- and third-year Graduate Design studios from the Landscape Architecture and Architecture programs.
Visiting Matt Tucker's second year Graduate Design studio
and a combined Architecture and Landscape Architecture third year Graduate Design studio
Tracy's lecture Monday evening in Rapson Hall was intriguing and well-attended, with many good questions from a broad audience of students, pracitioners and general community members.
You can view Tracy's lecture here
We observed many conversations and ideas surfacing through Tracy's direct contact with faculty and students, as well as discussion about the broader issues addressed by her talk and book, Sweet&Salt. It was a pleasure to host her visit, and partner with the organizations that made her Minnesota visit possible!