Interdisciplinary workshops raise awareness of design in everyday life and develop creative potential, focusing on the design process. A practical concept creates and intensifies knowledge, inspires people to invent new things and fosters sound judgement and the capacity to act. Under the guidance of renowned designers, each type of school, comparable educational institutions or museums employ an age-appropriate, jointly developed concept ranging from day-long workshops to project weeks and on to programmes of measures lasting several months. Children and young people between the age of 6 and 18 discover the joys of design in an ever more digital, complex world and learn to translate and express this into their own individual designs. Appropriate documentation is collected to round off each workshop.

Stiftung Deutsches Design Museum
c/o Rat für Formgebung
Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 49
60327 Frankfurt am Main

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