The Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) Master of Fine Arts program presents “Think & Drink: Deconstruction” at Icehouse MPLS on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 5:00pm. This event starts with thematic cocktail demonstrations by Icehouse MPLS’s bartenders, followed by Professor Frenchy Lunning, PhD, presenting a brief introduction to the theory of deconstruction. Questions and answers, as well as discussion, will close the event. This event is free to attend with thematic cocktails available for purchase.
Frenchy Lunning, PhD, is a professor of Liberal Arts at MCAD, in Design History and Cultural Studies, and has written two books and is working on a third, Revolutionary Girl: Shōjo.
This event is organized by the MFA Program at MCAD. This program in visual studies is a community of makers, thinkers, researchers, and creative professionals working in a mentor-based, interdisciplinary environment.
Icehouse is located in what was originally the loading docks to the old Cedar Fuel and Ice where over 75,000 tons of Ice was harvested each year and later a part of Icehouse studios where many audio and video recordings took place. The original brick and wood ceiling still remains and was incorporated into the design of Icehouse the restaurant, bar and music venue.
For more information about the project, please contact Ellen Mueller, at [email protected]