Global Design Forum 2020
Dates: 11 Sep 2020 - 19 Sep 2020
Let us briefly rewind life six months ago and cast your mind back to how you felt when you realised the world as we knew it had changed dramatically.
If you’re a physical person you may have had further opportunities in your place of employment. If you’re a creative person you may have felt frustrated about not being able to express yourself in the usual artistic way your accustomed to.
Some of us may have felt inept when it comes to technology and interacting with others by a computer. But how well have we all adapted to these changing circumstances?
Currently running now until Sunday 20th September is an online event simply called ‘Global Design Forum’.
This is London Design Festival’s carefully produced thought leadership programme. GDF will celebrate design and the minds shaping it’s future.
The festival will comprise of the following things:-
These excellent features will be intertwined to create the most innovative thinking in the world of design today.
Each forum has a specialist keynote speaker. This year we have the absolute privilege of being in the virtual company of Es Devlin - artist - designer - director.
Es specialises in creating large-scale performative sculptures and environments that fuse technology and poetry. Her talk will reveal how she goes about her most recent and past creative projects. Es will also emphasize the importance of the arts during times of crisis.
Global Design Forum always has a sense of relevance to the times we’re living in. The speakers subjects may range from the following areas:-
- A post-pandemic world
- Digital futures
- The power of AI
- Our environment
Every year they never fail to inform and inspires audiences.
For more information on the keynote speaker and to register for tickets please access the following website link:- https://globaldesignforum.com
This year Global Design Forum will take place online and are free to attend. Speakers from the global design community share new perspectives on designing for a shifting future.
^Alex Ashworth CCG Art Blogger