• 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
  • 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Society & Change Saturday Club

Society & Change Saturday Club: What is the future of conflict?
Join us at the National Army Museum for our weekly Society & Change Saturday Club, where young people can contribute to the debate on the future of conflict.

Our Society & Change Saturday Club offers young people, aged 13–16 years olds, a variety of different ways to contribute to the conversation on what the future of conflict looks like. 

Between 10.00am and 1.00pm every Saturday, we'll be considering questions such as:

  • Who will we fight in the future and why?
  • What will our armies look like?
  • Will we still need them?
  • Where will conflicts be fought?

Over the course of several weeks, club members will get the chance to:

  • work with an artist to design their own piece of graphic art, taking inspiration from the Museum's archive and collections.
  • think about how art can influence the ways we perceive conflict.
  • build up a debate and dialogue, taking a deep dive into these questions.
  • work with a podcast producer and Museum staff to create their own podcast episodes and record their responses.

Club members also get to take part in National Saturday Club events including Masterclasses with leading industry professionals and the Summer Show, where Saturday Clubs nationwide exhibit their work in a public exhibition – all for free!

About the National Saturday Club

Across the UK, the National Saturday Club gives 13–16 year olds the opportunity to study subjects they love for free, at their local university, college or cultural institution. Club members are free to explore their creativity, discover their talents and develop their skills.

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