Briefs

Friday 28 June Visit Artbound – an exhibition which looks at the art form of the book. It includes handmade works such as pop-ups, embroidery and computer prints.

Friday 28 June

Visit Artbound – an exhibition which looks at the art form of the book. It includes handmade works such as pop-ups, embroidery and computer prints. The display is part of the City of London Literary Festival and all works are for sale. Until 13 July.

Venue: Bridewell Theatre, Bride Lane, London EC4.

Details: 0181-399 7390.

Saturday 29 June

Or how about visiting the Boilerhouse models on display in the Henry Cole wing of the Victoria and Albert Museum? Liebeskind’s winning scheme is on display alongside the seven other shortlisted proposals, including those from Zaha Hadid, Eva Jiricna and Ian Ritchie Architects. Until 12 July.

Venue: Henry Cole Wing, V&A, South Kensington, London SW7.

Details: 0171-938 8441.

Monday 1 July

Why not visit Stars and Stripes? This show of American memorabilia collected by Pentagram partner Kit Hinrichs reflects different social and political climates in American history. Until 26 July.

Venue: Pentagram Design, 11 Needham Road, London W11.

Details: 0171-229 3477.

Tuesday 2 July

Two events from the British Design and Art Direction today. The first is the fourth Student Expo where all D&AD design and advertising college members exhibit their work. Until 3 July.

Venue: Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Details: 0171-582 6487.

Tuesday 2 July 7.15pm

And the second is the D&AD lecture series which continues tonight with Tim Delaney in the lecture Use Your Intuition. Delaney became creative and then managing director in ad agency BBDO before founding Legas Delaney.

Venue: Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Details: 0171-582 6487.

Wednesday 3 July

Alternatively, the Association of Photographers gallery’s latest exhibition is Over Exposed – a look at the nude. Work ranges from the classical to the bizarre and unexpected. Until 12 July.

Venue: The Association of

Photographers, 9-10 Domingo Street, London EC1.

Details: 0171-608 1445.

Thursday 4 July

Perhaps Blue Funk… An exhibition of Miniatures might interest you? It explores new approaches on the theme of blue. Some works are pure investigations into colour while others express mood and emotion through painting, photography, print and video. Until 14 July.

Venue: Levi’s Gallery, Original Levi’s Store Flagship, 174-176 Regent Street, London W1.

Details: 0171-439 2559.

Future Dates

Wednesday 10 July

The Design Council and London Transport Museum are holding a joint conference – Making Connections: The Future of Transport Design – to discuss the issues facing transport design in the public and private sectors. Speakers will include John Watts MP, minister for road and rail and design directors from London Transport, British Airways and The Rover Group.

Venue: London Transport Museum, Covent Garden,

London WC2.

Details: 0171-379 6344.

Thursday 18 July

Make a note of Pack for the future – successful packaging design. This one-day seminar will look at new thinking and practice in design and how packaging concepts develop.

Speakers include Kevin Vyse from Tesco stores and Chris Griffin of PI Design.

Venue: Riddell Room, Pira International, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7RU.

Details: 01372 802047.

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