Creative Workshops

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Creative Workshops

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Delivery Partner

University for the Creative Arts


TBC with School


TBC with School

Year Groups

7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Delivery style

Virtual Delivery, Face to Face - in school

Group size

Class size


Approx. 1 hour

Part of a series


About the activity

As part of UCA’s Outreach offer, students and young people have the opportunity to take part in a range of workshops covering different disciplines. Timings for these workshops are flexible, and they can be tailored to your timetable and curriculum. All materials are provided. Workshops can be delivered in school/college/community organisations, online or at a UCA campus.

All workshops are delivered by our specialist Creative Workshop Tutors and Student Ambassadors, and where possible, include a Creative Careers talk. Creative workshops give young people the opportunity to enhance their portfolio, develop creative thinking and skills, and explore disciplines in greater depth. 

Workshops can be delivered across a broad range of specialisms including:

Acting and Performance
Architecture and Interior Design
Business, Advertising and Marketing
Craft, Jewellery and 3D Design
Fashion and Textiles
Film and TV
Fine Art
Graphic Design and Illustration
Transferable Skills and Progression

Subject areas

Art and Design

Activity themes

Understand Progression and Career Routes
Understand and Develop Academic Knowledge and Soft Skills

Gatsby benchmarks

2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
7. Encounters with further and higher education

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