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The Walker Channel provides live and archived video of the Walker’s public programming, including lectures, dialogues, and performances involving artists, scholars, and critics of contemporary art and culture.

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Trailer

Art at the Center

Art at the Center looks at 75 years of collecting at the Walker—a history distinguished not only by bold and often risk-taking choices but also acquisitions that have consistently breached the boundaries of media or disciplines. More

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Lecture

History of Contact Improvisation in the Twin Cities

History of Contact Improvisation in the Twin Cities with Patrick Scully and Jane Shockley, and special guests Ric Watson, Kristin Van Loon, Linda Shapiro, Jeff Bartlett, Olive Bieringa, and Otto Ramstad. This is Part 1 in the Minnesota Dance and the… More


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Commentary

Chuck Close Discusses Big Self-Portrait (1967–1968)

“There’s no question, I had some attitude about the way I wanted to be perceived,” said Chuck Close in discussing his Big Self-Portrait (1967–1968) at the Walker in 1980. “Now it seems very funny… More

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Commentary

Why Not A Fork?

Spoonbridge and Cherry installation 1988. In this video we see Claus Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen discussing the piece with children for a documentary on the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. More

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Films by Artists

Red Grooms’ Target Discount Store (1970)

As part of the Walker’s 75th anniversary we are releasing a variety of clips from the Walker’s archives. This documentary on the creation of Red Grooms’ sculpture The Discount Store was commissioned by the Walker Art Center for… More