Chelsea is now part of CCW (Chelsea/Camberwell/Wimbledon) and there is a new Design Lecture Series launched this month, with some well-known names from the design and craft world.
The first lecture is Glenn Adamson, titled 'Effective Objects: Design and the Re-Invention of Craft', on Monday 31st January at Chelsea Lecture Theatre. Adamson is Deputy Head of Research and Head of Graduate Studies at the V & A Museum, where he leads a graduate prgramme in the History of Design. Adamson is also the author of Thinking Through Craft (2007).
The next lecture on Monday 7th February, will be by Yuko Kikuchi, CCW Reader, who's work focuses on modern design and crafts in East Asia.
Finally, on 21st March Tomoko Azumi will talk about her work as a designer and founder of t.n.a Design Studio. Azumi is also involved with design project TEN, which involves ten designers who work each year on a sustainable design challenge, using limited or found resources.
All the lectures are free and open to the general public. They all start at 6pm, in the Chelsea Lecture Theatre, entrance via Atterbury Street. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org