Design Museum Academy Young people Workshop
Design Camp: Digital Illustration for 11 to 14 year olds
Using photo editing software and drawing tablets, participants will be guided through various ways of using the programme to bring together a variety of found imagery and drawn elements, bringing to life a weird and wonderful fantasy world.
They will learn how to use digital tools to cut out found imagery and create their own drawings, before piecing them together and layering multiple creations to make a dynamic and exciting finished piece.
The session includes an inspirational visit to our exhibition Enzo Mari curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist with Francesca Giacomelli as part of the workshop.
– All equipment, materials and light refreshments will be provided for the duration of the session, but they must bring a packed lunch.
– Please let us know of any access needs, including neurodiversity, when booking a place for your child. If your child receives additional support in their formal education setting, you are welcome to bring a carer/additional adult at no cost, but we are unable to provide 1:1 support.
'The course was well planned, memorable and easy to follow; the tutors were very kind and approachable.'
'I liked the weird things we made; I liked that we went to the exhibition for inspiration.'
Young person: £74
Early bird Young person: £67
Early bird tickets are available until Saturday 16 March.
Capacity is limited, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Check out the Design Museum Academy refunds and cancellations policy here.
Veevers is a freelance illustrator, animator and arts educator. Working with different techniques, her work spans 3D model making and textiles for clients including The Women’s Institute and the Museum of London. Veevers also runs creative workshops for people of all ages, working with organisations to improve access to the arts.