Visual Communications lecture series launches with leading designer and alumna Jenny Theolin.
Cass Visual Communications have recently announced their 2019 series of lunchtime design talks, beginning with a lecture on the 24 th October by leading designer and Cass alumna Jenny Theolin. The talks, which will take place on Thursdays at 1pm, feature leading industry creatives in the fields of visual communication, illustration, animation, graphic design and publishing.
Jenny Theolin, who graduated in 2004 is an experienced designer and educator creating learning experiences and creative events for individuals, schools and businesses. Her session ‘Mindset. Methods. Magic’ will focus on navigating complexity through design. This year’s other speakers include designer Josie Tucker, one of the driving forces behind the climate club Adapt; Theresa Adebiyi, creative Director at Partisan Records; Anna Mill and Luke Jones, authors of the celebrated graphic novel Square Eyes; award-winning illustrator Liv Bargman and Sam Taylor from The Line, a leading London-based animation studio.
The lunchtime talks are open to the public and tickets are £5. Students from The Cass and the other schools of London Metropolitan University gain free entry with their student ID card.
Image credit: Folded poster by alumna Hannah Reid
|Date/times||Thursday 24 October 2019, 1.15pm to 2.15pm|
|Location||The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass)
London Metropolitan University
Ther Wash Houses
Lecture space – CCG02
Old Castle Street
London E1 7NT
|The Cass on Twitter||@TheCassArt|
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