Access to a hands-on approach to learning – designing, creating, exploring, experimenting, ‘tinkering’ - can have transformational impact. So, how can we create more opportunities for more people to learn through making?
To celebrate the long history of collaboration between the RSA and the Comino Foundation, a distinguished panel of designers, makers and educationalists gather to explore the power of making, and to discuss why access to making is important for everyone; how we risk losing the chance for young people to learn through making; and what the RSA, Comino and others are doing to challenge that.
Find out more about the work of the Comino Foundation.
Find out more about the RSA Pupil Design Awards
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