RSA Event / Online
22 Sep 2022
Online via YouTube
To celebrate 12 months of the RSA’s Good Work Guild, good work experts, Laetitia Vitaud, Hilary Cottam, and Sharmi Surianarain come together to reflect on what good work means today, how our attitude to work needs to adapt and evolve and what impact this change could have on us all.
21 Sep 2022
Webinar via Zoom
Designer George Aye, co-founder of Greater Good Studio, examines the risks and challenges involved when design seeks to intervene in complex social issues.
20 Sep 2022
RSA House and Online via YouTube
Lord Andrew Mawson and Sir Sam Everington, recipients of the 2022 RSA Albert Medal, will talk about creating new contexts for health through social prescribing, the innovative approach now widely used in the NHS.
RSA Event / Video / Online
12 Jul 2022
RSA House and online via YouTube
What can the RSA’s history tell us about what it takes to make change happen? Join us to celebrate ‘Arts and Minds’, the acclaimed new official history of the RSA, with author, Anton Howes.
07 Dec 2021
Online via Zoom
2021 Bicentenary Medallist Dr Daniel Christian Wahl explores the role of design as a catalyst for the transition towards a future of diverse regenerative cultures everywhere.
28 Sep 2021
What might happen if we place communities at the heart of imagining the future? A panel of experts explore the role of collective imagination practices to build thriving and prosperous communities.
RSA Event / Video
29 Jun 2021
Internationally renowned social innovator and service designer Jennie Winhall delivers the 2021 Student Design Awards keynote address on design for systems change
19 May 2021
RSA Chief Executive Matthew Taylor introduces co-ordination theory - a set of ideas about human motivation, social forces and the dynamics of change that can help us diagnose critical collective challenges, and develop new ways to solve them together.
15 Apr 2021
Four pioneering changemakers share their experiences of using design and innovation to tackle the disparity in our social and economic systems.
14 Apr 2021
Professor Sarah Gilbert, Oxford Vaccine Project Lead and recipient of the 2021 RSA Albert Medal, tells the inside story of designing a life-saving vaccine in record time, as the world watched on.
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