Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, UK

Organised by London Design Festival

Can designers highlight and address political issues through their work? If so, can they go beyond making a statement and work with others groups to affect real change especially for underserved or overlooked communities?
Eliza Easton, Head of Policy Unit, Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC), Nesta
Shoshana Stewart, CEO, Turquoise Mountain
Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture and the Digital Economy from 2010-16
CHAIR: Alex Marshall, European Culture Reporter, The New York Times

Location: Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre for Arts Education, Victoria and Albert Museum Time: 14:00 - 14:50

Organised by Global Design Forum
Global Design Forum is the London Design Festival’s curated thought leadership programme, celebrating design and the minds shaping its future. Taking place throughout the Festival at the V&A and supported by Oppo as Headline Partner, the Forum features a unique mix of talks, debates, tours and workshops that together reflect the most innovative thinking in the world of design today.

  • design
  • london
  • politics
  • designforchange
  • designforsocialchange
  • londondesignfestival
  • victoriaalbertmuseum


London Design Festival: Design and the political statementCromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, UKTickets