|Re: The Goldstein Museum of Design
Patrick Redmond design for The Goldstein Museum of Design (when it was known as the Goldstein Gallery) and for the Department of Design, Housing and Apparel, University of Minnesota
The following is provided as reference re: graphic design history in respect to design for The Goldstein Museum of Design and for the Department of Design, Housing and Apparel, University of Minnesota:
University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, Minnesota: Department of Design, Housing and Apparel (DHA) [DHA is now part of the University of Minnesota’s College of Design [http://cdes.umn.edu], College of Human Ecology [formerly known as College of Home Economics], DHA Graphic Design Office designer, 1985-1986. This office was forerunner of DHA’s “By Design” design services office. Provided design, reporting to Professor Eugene Larkin and Department Head Professor Joanne B. Eicher, with periodic consultations from Professor Marian-Ortolf Bagley, for DHA and the Goldstein Gallery (now known as The Goldstein Museum of Design) as graduate teaching assistant; included directing student interns as design production assistants. Designed posters and catalogs or catalog covers, as noted, for several Goldstein Gallery exhibitions including:
"Eugene Larkin: Planning and Chance" woodcuts and collages exhibition poster, (with Eugene Larkin), 1986 [note: this exhibition poster, featuring a woodcut/collage by Eugene Larkin appears in book Museum & Art Gallery Graphics (Quon Editions 1993; see Patrick Redmond bibliography)]
"Kashmiri to Paisley: Cultural Interactions" exhibition poster, 1986
"Finnish Women's Handcrafts: Past and Present" poster and catalog cover, 1986
"Danish Immigrant Homes: Glimpses from Southwestern Minnesota" exhibition poster and exhibition catalog, including catalog cover, 1986
"Child's Play, Woman's Work" exhibition logo, poster, and catalog cover, 1985
"Art in Life: Male and Female Artistry of West Africa" exhibition poster and catalog cover, 1985
"Bela Petheo Drawings: Turning the Pages" exhibition poster, 1985.
The first poster Patrick Redmond designed for an exhibition at the Goldstein Museum of Design (formerly known as the Goldstein Gallery) was in 1983 for the exhibition:
"Tabletop Taste: An Alphabetical Menu of Decorative Arts and Textile Objects in the Service of Food"
November 11, 1983 - January 8, 1984.
Note: This was prior to his position as a graphic designer for the Goldstein Museum of Design when it was known as the Goldstein Gallery.
He had also designed the "Design" poster (c. 1984) and "Housing" poster (c. 1984) for the University of Minnesota College of Home Economics Department of Design, Housing and Apparel's design degree programs and housing degree programs, respectively, prior to his position as a graphic designer for the department. Patrick Redmond name credit appears on each printed piece. Note: Specifics need further verification confirmation re: dates, etc.
Patrick Redmond designed the following for DHA and the College of Human Ecology (then known as the College of Home Economics):
"Apparel," University of Minnesota Graduate Study in Textiles and Clothing poster, 1985
"Department of Design, Housing, and Apparel," informational piece/department booklet cover/poster, 1985.
Patrick Redmond redesigned "The Friends of The Goldstein Gallery" newsletter logo, incorporating an existing design element for continuity, and newsletter format.
Patrick Redmond is a member (2016) of the Goldstein Museum of Design.
For further information about The Goldstein Museum of Design see:
For more specific information about exhibitions listed above, see
Previous exhibitions: 1983-1985 and 1986-1988
Note: If other design students interns and student design production assistants were involved with various projects for the Goldstein Gallery listed above, their names are included in the credits on each respective printed piece. -pr