Organization profile

Organization profile

The Goldstein Museum of Design (GMD), part of the College of Design, is an internationally recognized teaching museum and research center that advances the understanding and appreciation of design and cultivates an awareness that designed objects can contribute to quality of life through effective solutions to human challenges and aesthetic satisfaction.  GMD presents exhibitions in McNeal and Rapson Halls. Its 29,000 object collection features apparel, textiles, decorative arts, furniture, and graphic design for study by students, researchers, and the public.

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  • Profiles

    Photo of Jean E McElvain

    Jean E McElvain

    Person: Academic Professional

    20112017
    Photo of Lin Nelson-Mayson

    Lin Nelson-Mayson

    Person: Academic Administrative

    20072020

    Projects

    Preserving and Assessing Collections

    Haugen, E. M.

    INST OF MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SVC

    7/1/196/30/20

    Project: Research project

  • Research Output

    • 4 Other contribution
    • 1 Chapter

    The Larsen Design Archive: A Minnesota Textile Treasure

    Zollinger, S. W. & Nelson-Mayson, L., 2019, Minneapolis, MN : American Craft Inquiry.

    Research output: Other contribution

  • GMD Director's message

    Nelson-Mayson, L. R., 2018

    Research output: Other contribution

    GMD Director's message

    Nelson-Mayson, L. R., 2017

    Research output: Other contribution