FROM / TO – A DESIGN WORKSHOP IN GEORGE TOWN
Dates: 18-19 March 2017
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Venue: Info Hall, Khazanah National Penang (Bangunan UAB), 21-35, Gat Lebuh China, George Town 10200 Penang
Facilitator: Sali Sasaki
Fee: RM80 for two days, inclusive of lunch
Limited to 15 pax
Explore George Town through its juxtapositions of architecture, objects, people, food and more. By taking the city as a source of inspiration and looking at good-practice examples on placemaking and storytelling from other cities, participants will learn how to build a compelling design experience based on local everyday cultures. Each participant will be asked to choose a focus area, whether it is product, graphic design, service/experience design or spatial/architecture design.
Register here before places are snapped up.
Sali Sasaki is a creative consultant working at the intersection of design, culture and social development. She started her career as a freelance illustrator and designer but left the design world to work as UNESCO staff over a period of 4 years. Since 2011, she has been exploring the potential of creative development in various countries of Southeast Asia by organising workshops, lectures, events and cultural research work. A native of Japan, she currently divides her time between Paris and Bangkok.