In an era of growing uncertainty, social design can play a central role in addressing the serious challenges of our troubled societies. But what are the new ideas and knowledge that social design has to offer? What changes can be expected of the approach? These and other questions will be discussed at the symposium Practice Research in Social Design: Definitions, Contexts, Futures. The symposium is arranged by Dr Patrycja Kaszynska, Dr Jocelyn Bailey and Institute Director, Professor Lucy Kimbell from the Social Design Institute in London, and will take place at the Chelsea College of Arts from May 18-19.
Eva Knutz and Thomas Markussen from the Social Design Unit have been invited as speakers together with a crowd of researchers, practitioners and designers influential in the field.
Both in-person and online participation is possible, but registration is needed. You can read more about the symposium here.