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Stay warm. Insights design lectures are back!

Insights, our annual graphic design lecture series, returns on Tuesday nights, starting tomorrow with Kevin Quealy and continuing during the next four weeks with Michael Hart, Julie Beeler, James Goggin, and Casey Caplow. Buy your tickets! These lectures will be webcast live and archived on the Walker Channel, where you can also view past lectures such as […]

Insights, our annual graphic design lecture series, returns on Tuesday nights, starting tomorrow with Kevin Quealy and continuing during the next four weeks with Michael Hart, Julie Beeler, James Goggin, and Casey Caplow. Buy your tickets! These lectures will be webcast live and archived on the Walker Channel, where you can also view past lectures such as Experimental Jetset, Project Projects, Irma Boom, and many many more.

 

Tuesday, March 1Kevin Quealey, New York Times Graphics Department

Quealey has created compelling information graphics for both print and online, including the interactive “You Fix the Budget” deficit and dynamic visualizations of the voting shifts in the 2010 Congressional elections, among many other works. The New York Times Graphics Department recently received the National Design Award in Communication Design. kevinquealy.com

 

Tuesday, March 8Michael Hart, Mono

After successful careers at leading ad agencies, Michael Hart, Chris Lange, and James Scott founded Minneapolis-based Mono, a firm specializing in inventive communication solutions for a variety of clients, including Herman Miller, Apple, Blu Dot, Airstream, and USA Network. Mono was named Small Agency of the Year by Advertising Age in 2010. mono-1.com

 

Tuesday, March 15: James Goggin, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

James Goggin established Practise, a London-based studio that garnered acclaim for its work with clients such as Tate Modern, Channel 4, Artangel, and the Design Museum. He was art director of the British music magazine The Wire, has served as tutor at the Werkplaats Typografie in the Netherlands and at ECAL in Switzerland, and has written for publications such as Dot, Dot, Dot. In 2010, Goggin became director of design, print, and digital media at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. practise.co.uk

 

Tuesday, March 22: Julie Beeler, Second Story Interactive Studio

Since 1994, Julie Beeler, cofounder of Portland, Oregon’s Second Story, has become a leading developer of unique interactive solutions for a variety of clients. Known for its technical savvy and ability to craft compelling stories into immersive experiences, Second Story has won numerous awards and critical acclaim for its interactive installations, websites, motion graphics, and three-dimensional visualizations. secondstory.com

 

Tuesday, March 29: Casey Caplowe, Good

A three-time finalist for the National Magazine Awards, Good is a diverse enterprise with a printed magazine, a web platform, and a convener of events. With the tagline, “For People Who Give a Damn,” Good has become a catalyst for more socially engaged thinking around issues of health, food, the environment, and design. The Los Angeles–based Caplowe is a cofounder of Good and serves as creative director.www.good.is