Enabled by the miraculous combination of video streaming and high-speed Internet technologies, the archive of every Insights lecture since 2005 is now available online.

In 1986, under the subtitle “How to Stay Warm,” the Walker Art Center partnered with AIGA Minnesota to create the Insights Lecture Series, which brings designers and critics from down the street and around the world to the Twin Cities. Over the past 28 years, this mix of hot designers and cold climes has been a winning formula with tens of thousands of attendees and even more views of the lectures on YouTube and the Walker Channel.

Now, you can invite adventurous designers like Aaron Draplin, Casey Caplowe, Ellen Lupton, James Goggin, Peter Buchanan-Smith, Irma Boom, Michael Hart, Marian Bantjes, and others into your own living room. Stream a lecture from the Insights Lecture Series today.

Highlights on the AIGA Minnesota Insights Lecture Series page »

Entire archive at the Walker Channel »

Insights Lecture SeriesVideo Archive

Enabled by the miraculous combination of video streaming and high-speed Internet technologies, the archive of every Insights lecture since 2005 is now available online.

In 1986, under the subtitle “How to Stay Warm,” the Walker Art Center partnered with AIGA Minnesota to create the Insights Lecture Series, which brings designers and critics from down the street and around the world to the Twin Cities. Over the past 28 years, this mix of hot designers and cold climes has been a winning formula with tens of thousands of attendees and even more views of the lectures on YouTube and the Walker Channel.

Now, you can invite adventurous designers like Aaron Draplin, Casey Caplowe, Ellen Lupton, James Goggin, Peter Buchanan-Smith, Irma Boom, Michael Hart, Marian Bantjes, and others into your own living room. Stream a lecture from the Insights Lecture Series today on the Walker Art Center YouTube playlist.

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