Uncovering Hidden Histories at the Purcell-Cutts House
Please join Jennifer Komar Olivarez, Head of Exhibition Planning and Strategy, for a virtual tour highlighting aspects of the 1913 house that relate to current social and health issues. These include the history of race in Minneapolis, women in architecture, and hygiene and safety, and design in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. If you’re already familiar with the Prairie School house, you may see it differently from these perspectives!
An expert on Prairie School architecture and design, Jennifer has overseen the museum’s 1913 Prairie School-style Purcell-Cutts House since 1994.
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