Talk series: how to become a creative change maker

What does a career in design look like in the future? This is one of the many questions being approached in a series of talks and workshops this November that we are hosting with Istituto Marangoni London. Hosted at V&A Museum, these sessions will explore how the designers of tomorrow are shaping our the industry for a better world. They’re all free to attend – see what’s on below.

Tuesday 8 November

Where do we fit into this ever-changing world? This interactive workshop will share insightful data and important information about future careers in design thinking. 

What skills and knowledge do the next generation of designers need to face the social and environmental challenges of tomorrow?

Speakers: Indy Johar from Dark Matters Lab; Alisha Morenike Fisher from Migrants Bureau, chaired by Johanna Agerman Ross from V&A and Disegno.

Monday 21 November

Do you feel like we live in a troubled world? How can we use our skills and talents to build a better one? In this workshop, led by Chrissy Levett from Creative Conscience, delve into powerful creative projects and case studies that have positively changed the world within the disciplines of design thinking.

How can you be educated and remain informed about the materials that are available now? In this session, find out how to create longevity in design through material choices and what are the best choices when it comes to materials and their narratives.