Creative Change Makers – Day 1

Creativity for Mental Health

WEDNESDAY 05 FEB 2020, 11:00–16:30

Design Museum
224–238 Kensington High Street
London W8 6AG

The opening day of Creative Change Makers explores the impact of design and creativity for mental health and wellbeing. Industry experts and creative graduates will discuss their work and ideas responding to the challenges of wellness in the 21st century.

Creative Conscience will also be sharing the insights and learnings around creative thinking, mental health and wellbeing from data gathered from our work in creative education.

Tickets: £20; £10 Students / Concession.
All tickets include free entry to the Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition.

Book here

–––––

SPEAKERS

BERNARD HAY and KOMAL KHETIA – Design Museum

CHRISSY LEVETT
Chrissy is a creative director and founder and CEO of Creative Conscience. She studied graphic design and communications at the Royal College of Art and is a TEDX speaker who believes in positive creative activism.

ROSA KIMM
Rosa is a former social media editor at Dazed & Confused magazine, Creative Conscience award winner for mental health platform, Aware Online, and a creative graduate from Ravensbourne.

BEN AKERS
Ben is founder of Made With, Goodfest and Talk Club. Previous agencies he has worked with include: Mother, HHCL, BBH and Droga5 Sydney. He now works with Republic of Everyone to use “his evil powers for good.”

MARCIA MIHOTICH
Marcia is a graphic designer and illustrator for a range of cultural and retail clients. Too busy to do PR, Marcia is currently the designer behind The School of Life’s successful retail range.

DAVID HENSLEY
David is the managing partner of Hensley Partners, a branding, strategy and design agency that works around the world with a broad range of organisations on their brand strategy.

ANDY DUNN
Andy is a product designer, founder of Creators Club and author of ‘Feeling Lost and Finding Your Way: A Journey of Discovery, Hope and Courage.’

Joining the speakers is a panel of creative graduates and students including Grace Lanksbury, Christian Martin, Chy Rose and Ellie Gilbert-Ryan.

–––––
Day 02 – Creative Industries Impact #1
Day 03 – Creative Industries Impact #2
Day 04 – Tools & Training