2019 Masterclass Highlights

2 May, 2019

Every year, the National Saturday Club organises Masterclasses for our 1,600 13-16 year old members across the national network. In the words of the young people, the 2019 National Saturday Club Masterclasses have been “refreshing”, “creative”, “amazing”, “inspiring”, “awesome”, “spontaneous”, “ambitious”, “productive” and “fun”.

Projects have ranged from expressing yourself through charcoal word-drawings with Barnaby Barford to planning infrastructure for an entire city with Arup (pictured above),  prototyping products to help people sleep on the train with PriestmanGoode to designing and screenprinting T-shirts with Lee Lapthorne.

Our Masterclass givers have been extremely generous in offering their time, expertise and enthusiasm to lead these inspirational sessions for each of our Clubs.

Take a look below at just some of the highlights and find a snapshot of all of this year’s Masterclasses here.

Thomas Randall-Page, inflatable design

ASOS, styling

Katie Greenyer (Pentland Brands), Kickers shoe design

Duncan Hooson (Clayground Collective), clay modelling and protest art

We Made That, urban planning

Barnaby Barford, charcoal word-drawings

Lee Lapthorne, screen printing and T-shirt design

Cullinan Studio, urban gardens

Sinta Tantra, pattern painting

Michael Johnson, protest posters

Nike, branding and trainer design

PriestmanGoode, product design and prototyping

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, urban architecture

TateHindle, co-living

WGSN, trend-spotting

Rottingdean Bazaar, hat design

Ella Doran, concept art

British Fashion Council, fashion industry

AMV BBDO, advertising campaigns

Walker Books, Emily Hughes and AOI, picture book making

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