Patrick Burgoyne, Editor of Creative Review will chair a live discussion with guest speaker Simon Manchipp of SomeOne agency in the Young Creative Chevrolet Visual Arts Talk.
Date: 9 April 2013
The Cass is delighted to welcome the Young Creative Chevrolet Visual Arts Talk.
Patrick Burgoyne, Editor of Creative Review will chair a live discussion with guest speaker Simon Manchipp of SomeOne agency, a lead designer for the company behind the London 2012 Olympic Pictograms. An inspirational and educational hour-long insight into the career and work life of a leading designer. Simon Manchipp will be taking questions from the floor as well as giving top tips for budding designers on how to succeed in the visual arts industry. The talk is one of four taking place at universities around the UK as part of the Young Creative Chevrolet 2013 competition. For more information on the Young Creative Chevrolet competition see here.
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