The Design Museum has launched a programme of activities to be enjoyed at home.
During lockdown you can brush up on your design history, virtually visit the studios of leading designers or join learning sessions and fun activities suitable for all ages.
Josephine Chanter, director of audiences said, “During this crisis we want to share with our audiences a time of experimentation, reflection and understanding and hopefully to find some solace in the optimism of design.”
Every Saturday you can join the museum’s director Tim Marlow in conversation with a wide range of familiar faces from the world of design, fashion and architecture.
There are also learning sessions including fashion starter packs and lunch time sketching with leading architects. And for a younger audience creative fun designed to fill an afternoon.
You can find the full programme of events here.