Designer Breakfasts are back

The Designer Breakfasts series of talks is returning for 2012 at a new venue – the Design Museum in London.

Discussions at Designer Breakfasts past
Discussions at Designer Breakfasts past

Designer Breakfasts, which started in 2005, stages monthly talks and previous speakers have included Richard Seymour, Wally Olins and Michael Peters.

Having spent two years at the BBH offices Designer Breakfasts are now moving to the Design Museum with its first 2012 event taking place on 20 March.

This talk will be titled Where are all the Women? and will be a panel discussion featuring Penny Baxter of Salter Baxter, Sara De Bondt of Occasional Papers and Sara De Bondt Studios, Royal Society of Arts director of design Nat Hunter and Jack Renwick, until recently creative director at The Partners.

This will be followed on 17 April by a talk by Pentagram’s Harry Pearce on combining his day job with unpaid work for Witness, Peter Gabriel’s human rights charity.

Designer Breakfasts is also set to relaunch its website this month, and will be putting all its 2011 talks, including those by Seymour, Olins and The Partners creative director Nick Eagleton, online for free.

For more information and to book tickets, visit www.designerbreakfasts.net. Tickets are also available from the Design Museum.

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  • Hugo Azeredo Lobo November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Nothing is better than a “breakfast talk” full of new and inspiring ideas.. Good news for all the designers!

    BRABBU

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