Design Museum Academy Young People Workshop
Design Camp: Photography and Zine-Making for 11 to 14 year olds
Join a one-day workshop with photographer and filmmaker Anna Fearon, where you will play with colour and movement to create your own photoshoot. You will then make a zine out of your creations.
Suitable for young people aged 11– 14.
Come and explore colour and movement and see how we interact with objects and design in playful ways. Combining digital and analogue techniques, you will create colourful visual worlds using handmade props and objects from our handling collection.
Draw inspiration from editorials, creative set design and motion sequences by photographers such as Edward Muybridge. You will turn your photography outcomes into playful zines inspired by Kenzo Zine by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari.
What you will learn:
Drawing and colour composition
Fundamentals of editorial photography
Prop design and making
Collage and zine-making
Please note that all equipment, materials and light refreshments will be provided for the duration of the session, but you must bring a packed lunch.
Fearon is a photographer, filmmaker and educator based in London. She is the editor and founder of Blue Magazine, a print publication celebrating Black beauty. Her debut short film ‘The Muse’ was commissioned by Channel 4 Random Acts for their Black history month series and was screened at the V&A museum.
Young person: £70
Early bird Young Person: £64
Early bird Members: £51
This workshop is suitable for young people aged 11– 14 who are at a beginner level.
Early bird tickets are available until 20 March.
Check out the Design Museum Academy refunds and cancellations policy here.
Learn more about our programme of activities designed for young people to get creative.