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BOOKING AHEAD l Xchange, on 5-6 September, is an event organised by the D&AD aimed at design, advertising and communication tutors, with talks, debates and case studies by leading creative and design practitioners. Venue: Roostein Hopkins Space, Londo

BOOKING AHEAD:


Xchange, on 5-6 September, is an event organised by the D&AD aimed at design, advertising and communication tutors, with talks, debates and case studies by leading creative and design practitioners.


Venue: Roostein Hopkins Space, London College of Fashion, 20 John Princes Street, London W1G.


Details: www.dandad.org.uk


Strategies for Designing Meaningful Brand Experiences, a seminar organised by the Design Management Institute on 7-8 September. Led by Dave Norton, it aims to help design strategists tap into innovative ways of creating consumer experiences.


Venue: 1601 Broadway, New York.


Details: www.dmi.org


EXHIBITIONS:


Chinoiserie, from 22 August to 26 November, explores the influence of Oriental culture on the design and decoration of 17th and 18th century Europe.


Venue: The Fan Museum, 12 Crooms Hill, Greenwich, London SE10.


Details: www.fan-museum.org


Motiroti Priceless, until 27 August, is a series of events, guided walks, tours, talks and temporary installations in and around the museums of Exhibition Road in London.


Venues: Various, including the Science Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Serpentine Gallery.


Details: www.motiroti.com


The Association of Photographers Open 2006, from 22 August to 29 September, features 75 of the best images from the annual AOP photographic competition.


Venue: The AOP Gallery, 81 Leonard Street, London EC2A.


Details: www.aop-open.com


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