Preston creative types given chance to quiz Wayne & Geraldine Hemingway
Lancashire’s design power couple will be hosting a night at the Harris Museum to impart their knowledge.
Wayne and Geraldine Hemingway have been at the cutting edge of the creative world for over 30 years.
Starting out in Morecambe, Wayne moved to London and together the couple built up their business empire from a small stall at Camden Market.
The Hemingways are recognised worldwide for their design prowess and the Conversations in Creativity event, hosted by Creative Lancashire, is a chance for local designers, students and interested parties to find out more about being a successful designer.
The couple have strong links with Preston and last week Blog Preston reported how they would be curating a two-day vintage festival as part of the Preston Guild.
The event takes place from 6pm on Thursday 22nd March at the Harris Museum & Art Gallery.
Tickets are £10 for D&AD or Creative Lancashire members, £5 for students or new creative members. Non-member tickets are available priced £15.
You can buy tickets online at the D&AD website