Transition: A workshop on design graduate life

This Friday, the ICA hosts a workshop aiming to help prepare graphic art and design students for graduate life…

 

This Friday, the ICA hosts a workshop aiming to help prepare graphic art and design students for graduate life…

The workshop is being delivered by post-grad south London art collective Olio, made up of a group of eight Camberwell illustrators and image-makers (Alice Astbury, Rich de Courcy, Ruta Daubure, Lauren Doughty, Kirsten Houser, Saara Karpinnen, Jack Sachs and Alice Tye), who emphasise process and play in their work, and work in both 2D and 3D media.

Alongside this there will be a salon discussion with industry professionals speaking, including M&C Saatchi director Josh King, Alex Bec, director of It’s Nice That and INT Works, artist and illustrator Lauren Doughty and freelance design consultant Simon Whybray.

 

The workshop runs 11am-2pm this Friday 11 July at the ICA in London (£5 / £3 students / free for ICA members). To book for the workshop click here

The salon takes place at 3pm (£5 / £3 students / free for members). To book for the Salon click here

Event in collaboration with design students from Kingston University.


www.ica.org.uk

 

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