Creative discourse

Manchester design collective OWT is hosting a series of talks from designers and creatives next week as part of Design Manchester ’13 and the Manchester School of Art’s 175th birthday celebrations.

Manchester design collective OWT is hosting a series of talks from designers and creatives next week as part of Design Manchester ’13 and the Manchester School of Art’s 175th birthday celebrations.

Discourse 2 will take place on Monday, October 28 at Band on the Wall. Speakers include illustration collective Le Gun, Poke‘s Alex Zamora and staff from Intern magazine, who will discuss notions of audience, process and inspiration. They’ll also be answering questions submitted by audience members and online via a live twitter feed.

The event is the second OWT Discourse – the first was held in July this year and featured talks from David Bailey, Craig Oldham and Malcolm Garrett. You can watch their talks in full on the Discourse website.

Tickets cost £8 (£6 for students) or £13 for a ticket and a limited edition print. For details, visit owtdiscourse.org.uk. For more info on Design Manchester see designmcr.com and to see more of OWT’s work, click here.

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