Wednesday 8 August 2018

Museum of Brands - Summer Activities - New Exhibition - Your Brand's Tone of Voice

Summer Holiday Fun

This summer, go on an adventure at the Museum with our Time Tunnel trails and secret courtyard garden. Watch the collection come to life as your family discovers the history of transport, fashion, and consumer culture or enjoy a range of refreshments in our hidden city retreat. We have activities for all ages, and children under 7 go free! Events run 21 July to 2 September. Book here 
Coming Soon - Time Out 50

From 12 September, the Museum will host a new exhibition celebrating fifty years of Time Out magazine. A selection of classic covers will tell the story of London from 1968 to the present day, featuring renowned artists, photographers, and cover stars such as David Bowie, Elton John, and Joanna Lumley. Read more
Introduction to Tone of Voice

Discover how brands such as Google, Spotify, and Innocent built valuable equity through the power of words at this talk by Mark Schulz (Head of Words, True & Good). Learn the importance of tone of voice and find out how to develop one for your brand. 6 September, 6.30 – 9pm. Tickets £24. Book here
Brand Design Conference

Hosted by the University of West London, 21-22 September, this international event gathers practitioners and academics to workshop design-led branding. Confirmed participants include Marina WillerInterbrand, andThe CommsLab. Early-bird discount ends 26 Augsut. Read more 
Time Out Design Competition

Would you like to see your design work published in Time Out? Simply create an original cover to illustrate the theme Your London, and send it toStephanie before the deadline on 20 August. Entries will be judged by the Head of Design at Time Out London, and the winner will feature in an autumn edition. Read more
School Trips 2018/19

A school trip to the Museum of Brands is a great way for students to learn about consumer culture and the relationship between brands and society. Explore our student resources for self-guided visits, or arrange a workshop. To book a visit in the new academic year, contact Stephanie or call 0207 243 9610. Read More