This unique, tailored programme is designed for students who have limited experience in art and design and want to develop their skills base and understand how to build a digital portfolio. If you join this programme you will be guaranteed entry onto our 2-year Extended Diploma in Art & Design or our 1-year Art Foundation, both accredited by the University of the Arts London Awarding Body.
LEARN FROM ART AND DESIGN PROFESSIONALS
Our lecturers are all working artists and bring valuable industry experience to the programme.
DEVELOP YOUR SKILLS
Our specialist lecturers and tutors will teach you new methods and practices to improve your work and develop your skills base.
BUILD YOUR PORTFOLIO
Learn how to construct your own digital portfolio, what to include and what to leave out and how to show your work at its best.
BROADEN YOUR ART & DESIGN UNDERSTANDING
Workshops will give you practical experience of a wide range of new techniques, skills and disciplines.
SUBJECTS COVERED INCLUDE
Fashion | Graphic Design | Illustration | 3D Design | Moving Image | Drawing | Theatre Arts
• Sunday 14th July - Saturday 3rd August 2019
• Sunday 4th August - Saturday 24th August 2019
1.You will have gained all the skills you need to create a winning portfolio.
2.You will have developed your own digital portfolio.
3.You will have experienced a wide range of Art & Design subjects and disciplines.
4.You will have gained the portfolio experience required to guarantee entry to:
ABOUT THE PROGRAMME
3 week practical and social programme
Average class size:
Teaching takes place in the CSVPA studios
single en-suite room
Meals are included (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
Excursions are also included
Minimum English standard: Equivalent to IELTS 4.5+/ intermediate
A small portfolio is preferable
£3,800* (includes airport transfers & registration fee)
*An additional fee of £75 will apply for unaccompanied minor services
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