Co-design with Jen Ballie at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Join Jen Ballie, PhD Candidate with Chelsea College of Art and Design at the University of the Arts London, in London on August 26th and 27th for a workshop on co-design at V&A.

DRESS UP/DOWNload Workshop 

Sackler Centre Reception
Friday 18.30–19.30 & 20.00–21.30
Saturday 13.00–16.30

DRESS UP/DOWNload is an open source fashion concept, which invites you to be part of the design process: produce a series of prints using simple garments as a canvas. Designed and delivered by textile designer and Ph.D. student Jen Ballie, the co-design workshop allows you to create a design for a garment using collage techniques. Leave with a fashion illustration of your very own creation.

Before heading to the workshop, be sure to check out this slideshare by Ballie, presented in June: Co-everything: Defining co-design for fashion and textiles.

Co everything part two

View more presentations from Jen Ballie. Transcripts for this presentation are available here.

Follow Ballie on twitter: @jenballie

Find Ballie through Considerate Clothing, the Textile Futures Research Student Group and of course on www.jenballie.com

Mary has a PhD in Sociology from University of Edinburgh, researching responsible fashion and transnational labour rights activism in the wake of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh.

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