Unfolding Connections: Greg Bunbury
Thu Jan 20 2022 at 05:30 pm to 06:30 pm
Camberwell College of Arts | London, EN
About this Event
Join us for Unfolding Connections, a series of talks for the Graphic Design Programme at Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon featuring lectures by designers and other practitioners working in design who expand and challenge traditional definitions of the discipline.
Design on Purpose
In Design on Purpose, Greg Bunbury demonstrates how creatives can cultivate rewarding and impactful careers, by placing values and social activism at the core of their practise.
He argues for an focus on process over output, and explores this concept through key learnings along his own design journey, and case studies of socially conscious design - including his own Black Outdoor Art billboard initiative.
Greg Bunbury is a Graphic Designer, Creative Consultant and D&I consultant. His mission is to change the world by design, enabling purpose-driven businesses and organisations to connect with diverse audiences.
Greg was formerly Head of Creative for an award-winning agency, but as a passionate advocate for equality and antiracism his work shifted to a social focus. In addition to design, he now advises on diversity & inclusion, and delivers workshops on socially conscious design.
Greg is the co-founder of the Black Outdoor Art initiative, a project that uses outdoor advertising space as a platform for creative Black expression. In addition to this, he hosts the Design For The People podcast, spotlighting designers and creatives working towards positive social change.
This talk will take place in-person at the Lecture Theatre, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL.
Where is it happening?Camberwell College of Arts, 45-65 Peckham Road, London, United Kingdom
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