Learning Careers Event

Ardagh Young Creatives x Design Can

Are you aged 14 – 25 and curious about design?

Join the Ardagh Young Creatives and Design Can for an inspiring afternoon of networking with professionals working across different design fields.

What to expect

This is an opportunity for young people to ask the burning questions about what it’s really like to work within design and find out more about creative career paths.

We believe the design world isn’t as diverse as it could be, and we want to make a positive change. This opportunity is open to young people of colour, those with a neurodivergence or disability, those who access free school meal or pupil premium (or have done in the past), young carers, and those who are care experienced/care leavers.

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Booking information

This event is free of charge, but you must book in advance.

• Your event ticket will also offer you same-day complimentary entry to one of our two exhibitions, Skateboard or REBEL: 30 Years of London Fashion.

• Please arrive 10 minutes before the event starts. We can't wait to welcome you.

• Can't make it? Please inform the team if you have booked a ticket but won't be able to attend via learning@designmuseum.org

Design Can

Design Can is a non-profit which aims to shift the power balance in the creative industry to be more inclusive and representative. They do this by giving visibility to individuals, organisations and campaigns that contribute to making the design industry more inclusive. Design Can opens conversations around equity and inclusion and inspire industry leaders to commit and make their workplaces exemplars of the values they stand for.

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Ardagh Young Creatives

Ardagh Young Creatives is a programme that supports young people who are underrepresented to build pathways into design. AYC aims to break down barriers through practical learning, tangible resources, skills development and mentoring. By fostering inclusive participation, it empowers young creatives to envision and shape a more equitable future inspired by the value of design to drive positive change.

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