This past summer and fall, Volume partner Eric Heiman has been on the lecture circuit. It started with delivering to a packed house a short treatise on how to make the museum more inclusive through design at the American Alliance of Museum’s annual meeting in St. Louis. Then he trekked to Lawrence, Kansas to talk about resistance—but the design kind—in an imposing auditorium to hundreds of University of Kansas (go Jayhawks!) art and design students. (If you ever go, get a drink at the Bourgeois Pig, and buy some cool design stuff at Wonder Fair.) Then it was to sunny Pasadena and Art Center College of Design at the behest of the amazing Sean Adams where Eric showed Volume’s work and pondered a few questions it raised to the graduate design students, then stuck around for another four hours to critique. Good times! Thanks to everyone who made these experiences so rich and fun.