Camille Walala, Morag Myerscough help the Design Museum go digital for all

The arts institution announces Digital Design Calendar to educate and entertain online.

From today, the Design Museum will launch a new calendar of online content to bring design into the homes of over five million of its digital followers across the globe

Its new digital calendar includes lesson plans and activities for children at home with the Young Design Museum programme, a series of ‘Lunch and Learn’ sessions for adults in new Learn with the Design Museum series and a roster of Instagram Lives with leading designers such as Morag Myerscough called #DesignDispatches

Also included in the initial line-up is an architecture session with Camille Walala; the session for kids known as Font Sunday is another highlight. Sign up yourself and the family here on the Digital Design Calendar.

Partners behind the initiative include BBC Studios, Royal College of Art and Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; and among the collaborators are designer Ron Arad, fashion designers Christopher Raeburn, Amanda Wakeley and Bella Freud, and interior designers 2LG Studio.

The programme will deliver the museum’s mission to make the impact of design visible by connecting design with people’s lives and passions online during the temporary closure of its landmark building.

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