Design for Life
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Wednesday 21 February 2018
Wednesday 21 March 2018
Wednesday 11 July 2018
This half-day study session draws inspiration from the ‘Can Graphic Design Save Your Life’ exhibition, offering students the opportunity to gain insight into the professional practice of graphic designers through hands-on activities, discussion and gallery time.
The session will explore some fundamentals of graphic design including: communicating complex ideas in non-verbal ways; conveying mood and messaging through humour or fear; using enticing visuals or subverting familiar imagery to convey messages; creating impact using typography – on its own or with images.
Working in small groups, students will be challenged to propose concepts and designs for a specific user or need, identifying the most effective language to communicate their message, developing their concepts through drawings and sketching, and ‘pitching’ their ideas to others in a concise and engaging way.
Group size of 15-30 students, accompanied by staff at a ratio of 1:10. Each date is available for booking by one school group. Bookings must be made by a lead teacher.
Suitable for students aged 14-19. This workshop is FREE but we operate a chargeable cancellation policy for group bookings.
To book this study session, discuss your particular requirements, or suggest an idea for a future project, please contact the Youth Programme team:
T 020 7611 8250 / 8361 / 8659
This study day is part of our Youth Programme offer.
Please note: booking for our spring and summer term school events programme is currently open only to schools in Greater London. Booking will open for all other schools on Friday 22 December.