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Free virtual talk — no registration needed — join us!
Originally scheduled as an in-person event for March 2020 but postponed due to the pandemic, this never-before-seen prerecorded talk will be streamed on March 23 at 7 pm (CDT) on YouTube Premiere via the Walker event page.
Join in conversation with Daniel DeSure directly during and after the live webcast via the YouTube Premiere comments section.
Can a juice bar rejuvenate bodies, minds, and communities? Can T‑shirts create the future?
With an emphasis on his local community and an expansive collaborative network, Daniel DeSure has created a multidisciplinary practice that skirts the worlds of art, fashion, design, and film.
His many projects include founding the creative studio Commonwealth Projects, with clients such as Rimowa, Sonos, Nike, Olafur Eliasson, and Sundance, as well as Total Luxury Spa, a ridiculously hip fashion line dedicated to serving LA’s Crenshaw neighborhood.
This is a free virtual event. No registration required.
A link to this event will be posted the day of the event on the Walker event page.
Join Daniel DeSure in live chat during and after the talk
About the Insights Lecture Series
Insights is a design lecture series for progressive creatives. A unique collaboration between the Walker Art Center and AIGA Minnesota, the series embraces the unexpected to present diverse, exploratory, and contemporary lecturers. Featuring perspectives from around the world, Insights gives voice to adventurous design thinkers and makers. These designers often pose challenges and push the edges of their profession, in turn inspiring us to identify new perspectives in our own work.
For over three decades, the Walker Art Center and AIGA Minnesota have co-presented the Insights Design Lecture Series and brought the world’s most adventurous design thinkers and makers to the Twin Cities. Redefine your understanding of graphic design and dive into the thinking behind the work. Past lectures are archived on the Walker Art Center YouTube channel.
Work by Daniel DeSure