Tue, Apr 2nd, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Walker Art Center
725 Vineland Pl, Minneapolis MN 55403

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For 20 years, The Twin Cities Zine Fest (TCZF) has welcomed creatives, rebels, musicians, and frustrated intellectuals to connect, create, and share ideas through zines and self-publishing.

Collectively organized by a group of volunteers, TCZF has collaboratively supported this form of design most often created by those without traditional, formal design training. Instead, TCZF champions sustainable support of self-publishing and the DIY ethic in local communities, with an intersectional focus on politically and socially engaged zines, community partnership, and amplifying the voices of those who have been historically unheard. Gathering a group of zine makers throughout TCZF’s years, this evening explores the vibrant plurality of voices and perspectives on local zines.


$24 ticket ($19 AIGA and Walker members; $10 students)

Save with an Insights Series Package: $90 ($71 AIGA and Walker members; $38 students)
Includes admission to all five paid events.

Just add all five Insights lectures to your cart and the package discount will be magically applied at checkout. Otherwise, you can purchase packages at the Walker box office.

About the Insights Lecture Series

For over three decades, the Walker Art Center and AIGA Minnesota have co-presented the Insights Design Lecture Series embracing 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.

Redefine your understanding of graphic design, dive into the thinking behind the work, then hang out after the lectures to meet the lecturers, grab a drink, and chat with your fellow design lovers.


This event will have ASL interpretation. For information about accessibility, or to request additional accommodations for this program, call 612-375-7564, or email [email protected].

This will be a live, in-person event. This event will not be live-streamed; the video will be available on the Walker Channel later this spring