Can the History of Design prepare us for the 21st Century?
A talk about what we can learn from design and how it shapes our lives
Venue: The Dixie Grammar School Hall - Station Rd, Market Bosworth, CV13 0LE
A Dixie Grammar School Community Lecture in conjunction with Market Bosworth Festival - a Free Event.
Dr Sarah Teasley is Head of Programme (RCA) for the V&A / RCA programme in History of Design and Reader in Design History and Theory at the Royal College of Art.
What is design?
What separates a good design from a design icon?
Britain has a proud history of design and designers.
Traditional skills and crafts are no longer in the school curriculum, and enrolment in art, design and technology A-levels is falling. What does design do, and how could this change affect us in future?
Is a there a quiet revolution and resurgence in traditional crafts taking place?
And how can thinking like a designer, and like a design historian, help us work through these questions and challenges?
We are delighted to welcome Dr Sarah Teasley, leading researcher in design history and design futures, to Market Bosworth.
Whether you are a student considering a future in design, engineering, art or architecture or simply delight in the beauty of a well designed product this talk will be of relevance and interest to you.