July 26, 2013

Online Masterclass on Design Writing

British Council hosts regular workshops on design writing across various cities but took it to the next level of accessibility with this one. The Council played a host to an online masterclass via Google+ with the avenue for interaction with the 3 speakers – Shumi Bose, Patrick Burgoyne and Robert Wilson. The project is not just for professional writers but also for designers and design enthusiasts irked by the idea of writing on design. The professionals take you through the different processes right from writing to editing to working around the layouts in publications to critiquing. The best part about this workshop is that if you’ve missed it, you can still watch the sessions and grab a tip or more.


Shumi Bose

Shumi Bose is a writer, editor, teacher and curator based in London. Currently assistant editor of Blueprint magazine, she has previously worked as online editor for Afterall, an academic journal on contemporary art theory. She has also held editorial positions at the Architects’ Journal and Volume and has contributed to various design publications worldwide, including Domus in Italy and the Architect’s Newspaper in New York. She also teaches histories and theories of architecture at the Architectural Association and at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.


Patrick Burgoyne

Patrick Burgoyne is one of the most respected commentators on design in UK and has served as the editor of Creative Review since 1999. He has successfully managed to expand the magazine’s scope, overseen a number of re-designs and refinements, and pioneered its digital presence, including the launch of the CR Blog which enjoys an active worldwide readership.  He is the author of several books on design and visual culture and has written about design and the creative spirit for many non-design publications, including The Guardian, The Independent, Scotland on Sunday, Arena and La Repubblica.


Robert Wilson

Robert Wilson takes on the editing stage of the workshop with his experience as an editor. He originally is an architect and found it stressful being one as he was more interested in the thinking about architecture than being a practitioner. He started as a curator and did exhibitions for RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) and was always writing for various magazines. For the last few years, he has edited a print magazine called Block and is also one of the editors for Uncube, a digital architecture and design magazine.

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