A designerly learning New Year

A designerly learning New Year to all – may it be replete with creativity, courage and kindness. We have a thrilling (if challenging!) year ahead, with our new site due to open at the end of 2016. While the end of 2015 saw us bid a fond farewell to Flora, Audience Development Manager for our […]

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A Designerly Ding Dong Merrily on High

As a busy and richly productive 2014 draws to a close and the festive season fast beckons, designerlylearning celebrates and reflects on a number of key themes within the process of transition and transformation towards the Design Museum in Kensington.  Over the year, we have worked intensively with audiences to shape the learning and visitor offer;  created […]

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Opening up opportunities for young people

The Creative Interpreters Volunteer Programme How can young people get more involved with the Design Museum and develop skills?  I’d like to share the Creative Interpreters Volunteer Programme with you. Every year we offer three young people aged 18-24 the opportunity to work with the Learning Team to support the Young Peoples’ Programme.  From October to March, these volunteers work together […]

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Learning to involve volunteers

Involving volunteers in the museum’s work benefits visitors, volunteers and the organisation alike.  Our committed volunteers are some of our most effective advocates and help the museum open up the world of design to visitors The museum’s award of HLF funding, and my appointment as Volunteer and Community Development Manager, has given us the impetus to explore new ways of involving […]

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