Talks, courses and workshops
Tickets are now on sale for an inspiring programme of talks, courses and workshops.
Each month, and during school holidays, the Design Museum holds a drop-in activity for families inspired by the museum and its exhibitions. These informal sessions focus on light-touch design and making activities for families with children aged 5–11.
Four ground-breaking designers debate how and why social impact should be an integral focus in material design today.
Experts in the fields of art and design discuss the latest innovations in inclusive design with a focus on disability at this panel on UN Day for Persons with Disabilities.
A free drop-in evening of drawing throughout the museum on the first Friday of the month. Led by artist Tom Spooner, the event will begin with a short presentation on his work and approach to illustration.
Looking for somewhere to escape the cold? Join the Kensington Singers choir, for a cosy evening of winter music and carols, led by award winning conductor Hannah Brine.
The two-day Design Research for Change (DR4C) symposium will explore how design is increasingly involved in social, cultural, economic, environmental and political change.
Join mt Masking Tape and Collage Club for some festive crafting! Fashion your own Christmas crown or present topper using lashings of colourful, patterned washi tape, plus essentials from Collage Club’s impressive paper supply. Simple yuletide templates will be provided, or you can cut, paste, rip and stick your own designs to create pieces to take home or gift to your loved ones
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