The Norwich School Crypt Gallery is excited to be showcasing the work of five premier design agencies in a rare graphic design exhibition this November. The exhibition, commissioned by the school, is titled Share and is "something of a rarity" reported the Creative Review. It brings together designers that have not shown together since Rick Poyner's Communicate exhibition at the Barbican Gallery in 2004.
Each design agency has contributed to the exhibition with a piece of work that best illustrates each agency's individual practice. The agencies; Spin, A Practice for Everyday Life, North, Muir McNeil and Graphic Thought Facility, have also all contributed a poster design for the exhibition.
Norwich School will host talks alongside the exhibition on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd November in the Blake Studio. BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz will host the first talk, called Think Like An Artist, which will look at the connection between art, creativity and education. Music pioneer Brian Eno is also giving a talk on the role of artists in social movements, while Sean Perkins will be discussing what it means to be a designer today. The talks can be booked on ticket source here.
The exhibition runs from the 19th - 30th November 2019 and is open 11-4 (closed Sunday) at the Crypt Gallery, Norwich School, The Close, Norwich, NR1 4DD.
Read the full Creative Review story here.