Creative Workshop For young people aged 12 - 16

Get into Design Young People's Workshop: Move Make Tinker Hack

From cars to drones, things that move are all around us. Join this workshop for a chance to play, tinker and hack things that move.

What to expect

Explore how movement has shaped the way we live, from the invention of the wheel to self-driving cars and delivery drones.

As part of the workshop participants will get the chance to explore the Ferrari: Under the Skin exhibition to see how state of the art design has evolved over the last 70 years. Back in the workshop we’ll test some drones and robots, tinker with coding and electronics and hack an electric toothbrush to turn it into an art machine!

Booking information

28 January 2018, 13:00 – 16:00

Ticket Price: £15 per person

For young people aged 12–16 years

When you book this event, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to complete a Parental Consent form. It is essential that this form is completed by the parent/guardian and returned as soon as possible so that the museum can make your young person's experience safe and enjoyable. Please read the terms and conditions before booking.

For further enquires please contact bookings@designmuseum.org.

Facilitator

Carlos Izsak

Carlos is fascinated with Maker Education and has been working on the Makercart: a mobile makerspace helping transform learning using technology to encourage Creativity, Critical Thinking, Collaboration and Communication.

Enjoy your visit

Information for families

The new Design Museum offers a great day our for families including a free permanent display for the first time.

Plan your visit

The Design Museum is now closed and will reopen in its spectacular new location on High Street Kensington on 24 November 2016. The new address will be 224-238 Kensington High Street London, W8 6AG.

Become a member

Design Museum Members enjoy free unlimited entry to all the exhibitions, with access to tours, events and discounts. Be among the first to enjoy the perks of the new museum.