Subscriber event: learn to make DG infographics

After three successful Slow Journalism Nights at London’s Victoria & Albert museum, we’re very pleased to announce our next free DG subscriber event.

Art director Christian Tate and editorial director Rob Orchard will be running a new workshop teaching DG subscribers how we create infographics for the magazine, from data set research to final piece.

The first workshop will be held on 15th April from 6:30pm-9pm at Somerset House in London. This event will be free and for subscribers only. We’ll be emailing subscribers in mid-March to offer the limited places on a first come, first served basis.

Want to join but not a subscriber yet? If you sign up before 1st March you’ll still be in time to receive issue #17 – out in a couple of weeks – as your first issue and get the opportunity to attend the infographics workshop.


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