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Started on November 11th, Design Manchester is an annual festival established in 2013 which provides the voice of design across the city with the Manchester School of Art as its partner. If you’re looking for some inspiration, Design Manchester it’s the perfect event to attend in order to experience design in all sectors.
With conferences, exhibitions, workshops, talks, movies, and parties, it promotes design thinking with many types of design expanding their coverage year after year and promoting talent, originality, and skills.
The team of Design Manchester has a passion for creating ideas and connecting artists with its audience but they’re always open to hearing other visions.
On November 14th occurred a PechaKucha with Karl Doran, Clare Freeman, DR.ME Studio, Thomas Ragsdale and Dr. Araving Vijayaraghavan answering to the topic “How Do I…?” always attached to the theme Smart Creativity.
Focused on taking their own path and breaking the rules, 30 students from Hong Kong Design Institute and Manchester Metropolitan University created a Global Design Studio with Design Council in the UK. Together they embarked on a design challenge: defining and sharing local knowledge specifying their perspective of an Ideal City.
Machester was named the UK’s most liveable city in The Economist Global Liveability Index 2019.
On the same day, Design Manchester created a public debate about what makes a city liveable: “The Great Debate: What Makes A Liveable City?” counting with Ben Young, Jo McCafferty, Erinma Bell, Stephen Willacy, Patricia Brown and chaired by Kasper de Graaf.
The Nordic designer Henrik Wibskov showcased his multidisciplinary approach to his work in presentation and Q&A about the impact of Scandi Design across the world chaired by Magnus Englund, Romy Rawlings, Leanne Wookey, and Lotte Karlsen.
Got curious? You can check more on their website: https://designmcr.com/