Young Blood: Sydney Designers Market at The Powerhouse Museum From 27-29 July 2012

The Young Blood: Designers Market is back with innovative designs from young minds, right across the country.

Talk to designers, buy their wares and get your hands on work of famous designers of the future – including fashion, jewellery, furniture, homewares, lighting and new products. Plus, join a creative workshop, enjoy great entertainment and see the Museum’s fabulous exhibitions. First launched in 2005, the Young Blood: Designers Market has since grown into a regular event as part of the Museum’s commitment to foster and promote Australian design.

As well as access to thousands of shoppers, Young Blood brings designers in contact with industry, media and commercial networks to help take their product to the next level. 

 Make Lounge: design your own tea towelWhen: Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July, 2012 Where: Transport exhibition, Powerhouse Museum Drop-in activity from 10am-4pm, bookings not required Cost: ‘gold coin donation’ goes towards materials

Try your hand at creating a cool custom-designed tea towel – the perfect design gift or just the thing to brighten up your designer kitchen. A bumper selection of cool fabric crayons, rubbing plates, fabric pens and stencils will be on hand for you to experiment with. You will be guided by our trusty design assistants and all materials and equipment will be supplied (including 1 cotton tea towel per participant). 

Suitable for children 12 and over, children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Young Blood: Designers Market  Friday 27 – Sunday 29 July 2012, 10am – 5pm  $6 entry includes Museum admission  Email:


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