School rates are available for When Brands Take a Stand, an exhibition showcasing inspirational and debated advertising campaigns from history.
When Brands Take a Stand, opening on 10th March, will share advertising campaigns deemed inspirational and debated, and that were designed to make a statement on themes such as diversity, the environment, health and human rights.
TV adverts, packaging and posters will feature in the exhibition, which can be accessed with a Museum of Brands general admission ticket.
Based in London’s Notting Hill, the Museum of Brands conveys how brands have influenced and been influenced by culture and society in the last 150 years.
“Brands and advertising agencies have a platform to influence, and with that comes responsibility. This initiative dives into these complex relationships.”
Chris Griffin, CEO at the Museum of Brands
A series of monthly talks will accompany the exhibition from March to September, covering topics like social media content moderation (led by Dr Ysabel Gerrard) and marketing ethical fashion (from Chartered Marketer Susan Bishop).
Free exhibition worksheets are also available for school groups, who can see other features of the museum during a visit, including the permanent Time Tunnel exhibition.
The Time Tunnel display features magazines, toys, food packaging and more in order to tell the story of evolving consumerism over the decades.
Curriculum-based worksheets are offered to school groups on a self-led visit. There’s also a new trail that allows students to step outside of the museum and visit the Portobello Road Market, ten minutes away.
The trail sheet aims to encourage pupils to identify brands that they see and how well they communicate a message.
Workshops at the Museum of Brands
One-hour taught workshops are offered to Early Years groups through to Higher Education students. These can look at creative graphic design, the concept of customer profiling, how packaging can be sustainable and how to brand and market a new product.
Workshop-inclusive visits begin at £180, included a taught session and museum admission. You can see what workshops are available here.
For more information about school visits, contact 0207 243 9610 or firstname.lastname@example.org.